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Phone Charm - Phoenix by neondragon Phone Charm - Phoenix by neondragon
Phoenix phone charm available for sale here: (You can also use them on DS's, backpacks, and other things that need loopy decoration! [link]

I'm using up the last of my shrink plastic and acrylic glaze from last year ^_^ Made a bunch of different charms. Uploading this to scraps because it'll get rather spammy if I upload to the gallery.
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z1256 Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2011
WHERE DO I GET THESE :iconawwwplz:
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neondragon Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2011
I only made a couple. They're no longer for sale. Thanks for the interest though!
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z1256 Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2011
awww :iconawwwplz: that stinks i wish i could have one
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Drache-Lehre Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Pretty!
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Moraja Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Holy Cow! I want it! Lil' phoenix on my phone... *_* - and I still plan to buy a candle... if I canXD
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TsukodE Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
FFFFFFF. ILOVEYOUNEON.
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*sulks in a corner cause she can't withdraw from her savings account until she's 21*:iconsulkplz:
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demonic36 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
? shrink plastic, acrylic glaze? whats that o.o

and yes im very clueless XD but you always seem to do what i want to when i need it
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neondragon Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2010
You can purchase shrink plastic at many craft stores. You basically print the image and then bake it, and it shrinks down to a hard, 1/16 inch thick piece of plastic. I print on both sides of my charm. The glaze makes the charms shiny and waterproof.

I'm using up the last of my supplies because if I ever do these charms again, I'll be doing less detailed designs in a limited number through a place called printsess.com . They print right on acrylic, and while they're not two sided, I feel they're a bit nicer. :-)
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demonic36 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks your major help :3

>.> thats still better then what i was doing :T i was stuck with carboard for mine i managed to break 3 pairs of scissors
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Erijel Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2010  Student General Artist
Hi, can i ask how you do it? really would like to know, your work so beautiful :)
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