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1  Who needs water when you can skate or....Narwhal Skateboard! in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by four-eyed_girl on: September 17, 2010 03:30:38 PM
I was asked to participate in an auction to benefit my Alma Mater, The University of Akron. All of us alumni were asked to create artworks on blank skateboard. Some of you may have seen my entry from last year. But this year....I did something a little more unconventional, for me, at least.

Inspired by my favorite marine mammal (after the beluga, but the poor little beluga isn't as stunning an image), the narwhal, and that lovely sailor art, scrimshaw. And from that was born my hand-carved narwhal skateboard!



In the beginning


Yeah...that's what it looked like midway through. What a mess. But you can see the original color of dayglo orange
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2  My post-high school prom in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by four-eyed_girl on: May 05, 2010 04:51:43 PM
So, I'm a high school art teacher and I've temporarily lost my mind. I am chaperoning prom. See? Mind lost. Anyways, I decided the best way to ignore the awful music and teenagers dirty dancing is to make it the prom I never had. Never had as in I didn't know I was crafty in high school. This is my chance to have a crafty, unique prom. I made a headband. Everyone was horrified by my materials list: pearls, felt, ribbon, rhinestones (200+) and silver beads. But without further ado, I give you the amazingly tacky, not tacky headband for prom!



Pearls and rhinestones on the felt.


Beading....


On my head...



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3  A little encouragement for a terrible roller derby skater[pom poms] in Completed Projects by four-eyed_girl on: April 11, 2010 02:14:02 PM
I am an aspiring roller girl. However, I cannot skate. I had a lovely bruise last week to prove it. I'm working on it though. So, I've decided to take on some crafts to give myself a little confidence. I mean, if you make a craft you have to show it off, right? And if it's on my skates, I have to skate to show it off. Anyways...here we go. Skating advice and encouragement also welcome.

Pom poms...just like old school roller disco!







And for my entertainment, crazy or crazy awesome as a hair accessory?

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4  Self-Portrait Embroidery in Needlework: Completed Projects by four-eyed_girl on: January 16, 2010 04:34:46 PM
These are a series of self-portraits that I embroidered as part of an art exchange. We had to complete 5 pieces no bigger than 4"x6". So...they're tiny. They're regular embroidery floss on tarlatan (kind of a loose, starched cheesecloth). C&C please!









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5  Re: Show me your Christmas tree! in Winter Holidays by four-eyed_girl on: December 10, 2009 07:23:15 PM
This is my first Christmas on my own, so I went with 2 small trees that are just my taste. One is a pink tree decorated in only silver and a couple little birds. The other is an antique aluminum tree decorated in pink, green and blue!



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6  Holiday Cat! in Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects by four-eyed_girl on: December 06, 2009 04:02:55 PM
I wanted my kitty to look fancy for the holidays since we'll be traveling around a bit. And who doesn't like to look fancy during the holidays? Anyways, my cat doesn't take well to clothing (who's does?) so I made something I knew she would wear. Without further ado...holiday fur collar.







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7  Dr. Who - Tom Baker Sock Monkey in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by four-eyed_girl on: December 06, 2009 01:07:59 PM
I had to make something for my friend's birthday tomorrow and since he is the one that got me hooked on Dr. Who, I decided the only gift for him was a Dr. Who sock monkey! It's super creepy but I'm pretty proud. I've never made clothing for a sock monkey and that was quite a bizarre feat in my mind. For next year...I must make him a felt tardis and a sock dalek!



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8  Printed Holiday Postcards in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by four-eyed_girl on: November 25, 2009 11:09:52 AM
I try to make cards for the holidays, using the skills I went to school to gain. So here are this year's version. Relief prints on cardstock. I send them as postcards. Awesomely cheap and very personal.



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9  Where the Wild Things Are....Max(ine?) in Halloween Costumes by four-eyed_girl on: November 06, 2009 03:12:10 PM
I really wanted to be Max for Halloween, but I also wanted to feel cute (having been on a job search and a break up this summer have helped me put on the pounds). Furry pajamas seemed like they might be crazy unflattering on me. Anyways, I made the adorable hat thanks to the pattern I found on Craftster but then what?!

My solution: an adorable little white jumper. Then I made arm warmers and leg warmers to tie it all together. I had an amazing black boa that I used as the tail (I thought it was a bit more true to the book and super cheap since I had it laying around)

Without further ado, I give you hipster/female Max





I look so sad in this last pic (I promise I wasn't!), but you can see the hat I made for my friend that she used in her ZombieUnicorn costume.



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10  Katboard...skateboard for the future in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by four-eyed_girl on: October 01, 2009 02:11:16 PM
I was asked to participate in an art auction to benefit my alma mater, but the art had to be on this lovely skateboard I was given. It was a hideous shade of florescent yellow and in the words of my former professor "it glow in dark." My personal art is totally different than how the board ended up. I love fabric, which I work with, but I felt like a hack stealing some brocade satin pattern I found on the internet. So...I created a fabric-inspired pattern but out of something that was totally....me. And yes, I hand cut that stupid cat stencil. I give you...katboard.









Here's my original photoshopped pattern from which I made the stencil
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