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1  Shoop zippered pouch in Needlework: Completed Projects by lisadee on: December 30, 2008 06:16:19 PM
I recently saw a friend from high school that I hadn't seen in a long, long time. We had a really silly, teenage girl fascination for Salt n Pepa's Shoop. A special dance was involved. I'm sure you all understand  Cheesy I made her this pouch just to be...well...silly. It's an odd size only b/c I was trying to frame the boys well.

the embroidery says, "mmm I wanna Shoop"


her name on the other side.
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2  Re: Would like to make a sewing machine & serger cover...tute anywhere?? in Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions by lisadee on: April 04, 2008 07:14:57 PM
Here's one I made awhile back. I used the tute for the Jordy bag on the purses forum. The tute describes it best... http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=32204.0


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3  Re: Winnie the pooh nursery! in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by lisadee on: April 03, 2008 05:42:41 PM
Aww  Smiley They look great!
The previous owners had this in their nursery. We don't have kids, but it's so cute I can't bear to cover it, so Pooh watches me craft now...

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4  Re: Our bedroom in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by lisadee on: March 12, 2008 07:24:17 PM
Here's my favorite part too (practically sold me on the house), my little vanity. The walls do look a little green in the lighting, but it's actually a light blue, almost blue-green, hard to describe. It's Sherwin Williams Watery.



Just last night I put up that fabric border on the mirror, it's just wrapped around that stiff interfacing, the stuff used for fabric bowls.
Thanks for your compliments, everyone! Good to know my first decorating experiments are going well  Grin
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5  Our bedroom [another pic added on pg 2] in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by lisadee on: March 09, 2008 05:55:33 PM
We bought our first house last year and spent those first few months painting non-stop. This is the master bedroom, which I was so excited to do b/c I realized I'd never picked my own bedroom color before  Grin We're still working on some details (like a plant behind the chair), but I think it looks much nicer. It's a little washed out by the light, so the blue is richer in real life. The fabric at the top of the blinds is just covering one of those facing things that was all yellowed and dingy. And the World's Fair poster goes really well with a vase that was a gift from friends.

Before, a peachy pink:


After:


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6  Fireplace mantle--something's missing in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by lisadee on: March 04, 2008 07:55:08 PM
This is my art deco girl. I love her. I painted the whole living room around her. We're trying to go for a 1930s feel in our (conveniently, 30s) house and this print of a 1928 painting was the first thing I picked out for the house. I found these great ceramic candle holders that match her too, and I had this orange bowl around that kinda sorta goes with her hair. The blue bowl will move. But it still needs something else. I had thought forever about some kind of red vase (I'm using red accents in the room to go with her lips) but I'm having the hardest time finding one that would work. They're all more Japanese style.
Any ideas/suggestions? Thanks!

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