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"Just added 4 new photos of some of my latest steampunk accessories. Two USB's a lighter and a tie clip.I hope you like them."
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"My steampunk Usb at www.HammeredHearts.com come and have a look around."
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Handmade mixed metal jewellery

"My hand made mixed metal jewelry, many with steampunk styling. I hope you like them."
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Introduce yourself!
I have fairly recently started making steampunk style jewelry from brass copper and other metals.
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
I'm looking to learn more about steampunk and to connect with others with similar interests. I'm also seeking constructive comment and suggestions and self promotion for my somewhat unique style of jewelry.
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At 6:31pm on April 5, 2011, Lia Keyes said…
Hi, Jim! Welcome to the Guild. For networking, you may want to start a group for jewellers/artisans, as I don't think we have one yet. As far as self-promotion is concerned, please keep it to The Emporium group, not the public spaces like the blog or forum, which are for informative posts and discussions about Steampunk literature, films, etc. Have fun!
At 12:18pm on April 7, 2011, Graham Russell said…
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Swingjugend on my mind, a WWII subculture that effects my contemporary music listening.  From Swingjugend, I can go to punk, disco, and metal.Looking forward to adding more steam to my collection.http://holocaustmusic.ort.org/politics-and-propaganda/third-reich/swing-kids-behind-barbed-wire/See More
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I thought the Swingjugend of WWII would make a fine addition to Steampunk.The Swingjugend rejected the Nazi state, above all because of its ideology and uniformity, its militarism, the 'Führer principle' and the leveling Volksgemeinschaft (people’s community).  http://holocaustmusic.ort.org/politics-and-propaganda/third-reich/swing-kids-behind-barbed-wire/See More
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