Pixey

Make a rope - Plain or Textured.

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Thank you so much @Remake and @EER for the positive comments  :D .

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Thanks Pixie for making the tut so simple and realistic, and I really like the jewelry! 

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This looks totally cool, Pixey!   B)     I will have to try.   Thank you for making this tut!!    

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Thankies to @BBQ, Disgruntled, Max & lynxster for your comments :D .

 

Here's a present - can be used as earrings, or studs for the guys xBH2oto.png

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Thank you for dropping in to comment @Oceana - you are most welcome :) .

 

A small present for you made, of course with this tute:

 

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Dear Pixey!   <3  

 

This is very interesting creation, and wonderful, thank you so much. :star:

 

I have problem with the horizontal line. A hundred tries, each time without success.

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Hi @Seerose - Thank you :D .  I am sorry you are having trouble with the lines.  I hope this quick video will be of help.

 

 

 

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Here's my try at this fabulous tut....a malachite brooch.   I made it a brushed gold effect.   I see many, many possibilities... :D

 

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Thanks, Pixey!    :star:  :star:  :star:    :beer:  :pizza:

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Thank you SO much for taking the time to do the tutorial @lynxster.  What a lovely result with the malachite in the center - great frame too emoticon-object-027.gif  .

 

A little something for your trinket box to say Thank You for sharing your result :D

 

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Hi @Seerose - Thank you :D .  I am sorry you are having trouble with the lines.  I hope this quick video will be of help.

 

Dear Pixey!  r9gnun4j.gif

 

You're an angel on earth.  sx2vqc5a.gif I'm stupid. Until then, good. But then I do not come next. 

 

Part 2 - including above.  The Texture.

You need steps 1 - 7 then continue with these:  ????

 

 

      

 

  

 

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Hi Seerose - I hope this helps to explain how to continue with the next steps.

 

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Good Luck :) .

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Dear Pixey!   :)

 

I have seen that. "Show" 13 to 22 "
 
What I do not understand why should I repeat from Part 2, from Part 1 to 7? 

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@Seerose - If you have done steps 1 - 7 there is no need to repeat them for the 2nd part to add the Texture. 

 

i.e  Steps 1 - 12 is for making a plain rope with no texture.

 

      For making a rope with Texture ............. stop in Part 1, at step 7, then continue with steps 13 - 22.

 

I hope that makes sense?

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Dear Pixey!   <3

 

I do not know how to thank you. Thank you so much.  :cake:  :mtdew:

 

 

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Wow!  That's a wonderful result @Seerose.  Thank you for your perseverance.animaatjes-goud-met-engel-24906.gif

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Interesting tutorial Pixey. Another added to my to do list. Thank you for taking the time to share it with us all  :cake:

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Wow!  That's a wonderful result @Seerose.  Thank you for your perseverance.animaatjes-goud-met-engel-24906.gif

 

Dear Pixey!  5qg9j4ux.gif

 

Yes, I have perseverance. First, thank you.

 

You invest so much time for the creations, and I really did not like some
much exercise with paint.net. Every time I am happy if you and the other presents something new. 

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