How about a swap that is themed around if you were someone else. Ex. someone would say if I were Jane Austen... their partner might craft for them a notebook, something having to do with writing, or books, etc. Stuff Jane Austin would really use.
It could also be a non-known person maybe? Ex. someone would say If I were a pilot.... Someone might craft for them things having to do with maps or planes, etc...
This swap could be based totally on famous people, writers, actors, singers, dancer, etc... or a combo of the two examples I presented.
I think Steve Carell is so awesome! would anyone be interested in a swap based on your favorite movie/tv show of his? I would love this to be the first swap I organize.
First off, he is in the amazing show the Office.
and there are all the movies he is in........
Get Smart (2008) Dan in Real Life (2007) Evan Almighty (2007) Little Miss Sunshine (2006) Over the Hedge (2006) Bewitched (2005) Melinda and Melinda (2005) The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005) Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004) Sleepover (2004) Bruce Almighty (2003) Tomorrow Night (1998) Curly Sue (1991)
I've made a lot of new bags lately. But I wasn't sure what to do with this plain fabric. I went a bit crazy with different stitches, even ending up with some leaves. I think I'm going to keep experimenting with this and push the craziness even further! he he
This is one of two puppets that I made for someone. I used poly foam on the frame, fleece to cover it, hardened felt for the back of the eyes and inside mouth, plastic animal eyes and nose, and i cut up a whoopy cushion for the tongue.
The original drawing given to me was a very geometric purple dog, outlined with orange. I think the picture was done on paint program. That is why I used orange thread to do all of the stitching.
I made this figure with model magic air dry clay. I was inspired by the television series dirty jobs. I incorporated several jobs he has completed in this one figure. He is knee deep in some unknown substance, and picked up a sample.
This is a close up of a sewer rat taking a piece! ha ha.
This is a close up of two slimy dirty bugs on his shoulder, leaving a trail.
I made it with Crayola Air Dry clay, painted with acrylic paint, and a little bit of glaze for the water and lava. This pic is a close-up but it is is actually a bit smaller than the size of my palm. Anyone else enjoy working with crayola air dry clay?
hello everyone. I had signed up in 2007, but was not really active. I couple of weeks ago, I logged in, and now I'm totally into posting and discussing things with people. I also discovered the wonderful world of swapping!!!! Can't wait! P.S all the fellow craftsters I have spoken to so far have been so awesome, nice and helpful!!!