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Sep 23, 2011 10:17 AM CST
Name: Charleen
Alford, Florida
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The turtles up there are plant hangers. I keep a clay pot in my room to make the arms right.
A coathanger would work, I also use wooden stakes and wrap them in clay, top to bottom. NO wood exposed to draw moisture. Popsycle Sticks but you have to make your critter small to go on the end. Thumb of 2011-09-23/Ridesredmule/083f71
You get better every time you work with clay. I made a flat strip of clay, very thin, then start at one end of stick and wrap and flatten clay hard against the stick. The hummer is on a bambo stick or skewer, I wrapped it in clay...

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