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Glass bottle with cork, stuffed with raw shed coyote fur from the Indiana Coyote Rescue Center. Wire-wrapped and strung on a brown leather cord with wooden spacer bead and real coyote tooth.

I have one available on my Etsy shop here for immediate purchase. But I can make seven more of these, as I have seven more coyote teeth left in my horde. I'm asking $9.00 altogether, price includes shipping (PayPal, money order).

As always, portion of proceeds from the sale of these will go to the coyotes at the rescue center who donated their fur.

(My notes also in post on progress of order..."COMPLETED" meaning the pendant is complete, "SHIPPED" meaning...well you get the idea by now.)

Slots:
1.) [livejournal.com profile] xanister - PAID - COMPLETED
2.) [livejournal.com profile] mseuphrates - PAID - COMPLETED
3.) [livejournal.com profile] mseuphrates -PAID - COMPLETED
4.) [livejournal.com profile] corvithrope - PAID - COMPLETED
5.) [livejournal.com profile] blazespirit - PAID - COMPLETED
6.)
7.)

Thanks a lot! This post is public, so reposting is most appreciated.

Now...going to faceplant myself into bed. I've had my art therapy for tonight to help get over the stressful day, and I'll answer to any orders (if any) tomorrow.
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Pardon the shitty iPhone pics. I really need to get my camera software worked out.

Materials: Small glass bottle, stuffed with real raw coyote fur and a coyote knuckle bone, corked with a real coyote claw attached on a black hemp cord.

The coyote fur is real, raw shed fur from living coyotes at the Indiana Coyote Rescue Center. If you uncork the bottle and take a sniff, you'll smell real, live coyote. The fur has been stored in a freezer beforehand to kill off germs.

I can make four more of these in this same style (but I have a decent amount of fur and other materials). I'm asking $5.50 for each, price includes shipping within the U.S., and proceeds from sale will go to the rescue center. I can do PayPal or money order.

EDIT 4/24, 10:30AM: A strike indicates and order filled, and is mostly for my records.

Slots:
1. [livejournal.com profile] corvithrope - Paid
2. [livejournal.com profile] anamatics - Paid
3. [livejournal.com profile] consumeraddict - Money order - Paid
4. [livejournal.com profile] eoswildcat - Money order - Paid
5. [livejournal.com profile] adventure_grrrl - Money order

This post is public, so any help with advertising or passing around would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

EDIT: Slots are full! I can make up to three more little bottles, but I am out of claws! If you wouldn't mind a substitute for a claw (another bone, tooth, etc.), leave a comment! I can take three more.

Version 2 Slot List:
1. [livejournal.com profile] nezuchan - Paid
2. [livejournal.com profile] technocowboy - Paid
3. [livejournal.com profile] innowen - Paid

I also have available a larger coyote totem bottle with attached tooth, and filled to the brim with fur and two foot bones.

I also have five slots for bigger bottles.

Slots
1. [livejournal.com profile] faycequevoudras - Money Order - Paid
2. [livejournal.com profile] innowen - Paid
3. [livejournal.com profile] nightpaws - Paid
4. USERIDPRIVATE - Paid
5.

Thanks to everyone who commented and showed interest! The coyotes thank you too!
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Wolf and coyote tooth pendants )

So. I have a crapload of drilled coyote teeth, and two wolf (c. laniger, I believe) teeth, that I'm making into pendants. The quality of my laptop camera is shit, but I tried to make a comparison. The wolf tooth is the one with the red bead, the coyote with the brown. Beads are wood, the thong is cotton (or hemp in the same size/color will also be used).

My question is, would anyone be interested in these, should I decide to vend them at Thresholds? I am thinking, at least half the proceeds for the coyote teeth, and all the proceeds for the two wolf teeth will go to the Defenders of Wildlife to offset the Northern Rockies/ Yellowstone wolf lawsuit. I'm thinking around $10 - $15 for the coyote teeth, $20 for the wolf? Is this reasonable? I've honestly never really sold anything before, especially not anything I've made.

Any feedback, especially from people attending the event, would be appreciated.

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