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11  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / at least the floor is clean.... on: September 29, 2007 10:59:12 AM
I have somewhat organized my craft room, so the floor is clean:



and I have a lot of dressers, bookcases, etc to keep everything in order (I am refinishing both the dressers):



BUT, and it's a big but, I need help with the walls! You can't truly admire the hideousness of the 1970's Italian Villa mural from this picture but here's the idea:



I'd like to put up corkboard, or possibly a magnet board, maybe use that chalkboard paint, I want something where I can plan out my projects. The wall with the mural is pretty much the only wall with space to do that because there's a window taking up one other wall and the other two walls are arches. I have removed wallpaper before and it's a pain, so what do you all think my options are? Would chalkboard paint go over wallpaper? Not sure if I want to stick corkboard directly to the wall, in case I ever move  (doubtful) it'd be a pain in the butt for someone to remove. Help, please!
12  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / anoter t-shirt comforter on: September 16, 2007 09:44:42 PM
I used the pattern from Generation T to make this, I attached it to my old bedspread that needed updating, it's a queen size and I love it so much! It makes me happy every time I come into my room. comments please!!!!







It didn't turn out as perfect as I would have liked, (the bottom seam is super lumpy and there are a couple of cuts that were too crooked for my taste) but I love it anyway and am going to make one for my son too!!
13  NEEDLEWORK / Sublime Stitching Embroidery / Basa** pillow for a BADA** boyfriend on: September 16, 2007 09:32:46 PM
I made this for my boyfriend for his birthday. It was my second embroidery project ever and this is my first post (yay, I'm happy and scared!). He's a guitar player, and he's pretty badass in general so behold...




14  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Introduce Yourself / happy happy joy joy on: July 24, 2007 09:57:29 PM
I've been lurking on craftster for many a month. I just got a new home computer so was finally able to join a couple of weeks ago and am OVERJOYED that I can comment on all the awesome inspiration I see on here every day. I haven't posted anything yet (am still learning how to download pix from camera and upload to photobucket) but am looking forward to getting input. My main craft is beading (mostly necklaces, I've branched out into fimo/glass beads and shrinky dinks lateley) but I'm also into sewing (mostly bags, clothes for myself and pillows), knitting (VERY beginner level), re-constructing (just finished a t-shirt quilt that I LOVE), embroidery, glycerin soap making, and most importantly making things for my family and friends that will make them smile. Please excuse my photobooth picture, I don't really look that bad!!!
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