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21  Re: 12 Days Of Christmas Swap Gallery!!! in The Swap Gallery by lilgothkatt on: December 20, 2006 04:24:39 PM
Here's what I sent to Gumshoegal on day Six. 5 felt sushi toys and a soy sauce.

Here's what gumshoegal sent me.

A whole bunch of little mermaid stuff for my little girl. Including stickers, stamps, and a tiara. she's having a blast with this stuff.

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22  Re: 12 Days Of Christmas Swap Gallery!!! in The Swap Gallery by lilgothkatt on: December 19, 2006 05:07:27 PM
here's what I sent gumshoegal for day 8.

soap making supplies. A massage soap mold, soap dyes, lavender smell, lemongrass and mint from my garden, rose petals from my grandmothers garden and some of those little sponge toy thingies to put in the soap for fun.

Here's what gumshoegal sent me for day 7.

The december issue of somerset. I love this magazine but I rarely get it cause it's to expensive for me. and three chrocheted ornaments which are already on the tree.

ANNNND....Here's what I sent gumshoegal for day 7

Asain goodies! A hello kitty address book, some sticckers and a stamp block, a satin asain print sleep mask, fortune cookies, asain smelling soaps, some weird little japanese gummy candies I found some of which are mushroom shaped. A pair of pucca slippers I made inspired by some slippers on her wists. and a vintage japanese book for papercraft.

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23  Re: 12 Days Of Christmas Swap Gallery!!! in The Swap Gallery by lilgothkatt on: December 18, 2006 01:23:48 PM
I haven't seen her post so I thought I might. Here's what I sent GUmshoegal for day 9. Nine felt owlies. I made them so they could be ornament and then other things later.

In other news, Devilninny should recieve my day12 angel package today. Man I hope she opens it soon cause I am so about to spill the beans. I'm just that excited about what I sent.
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24  Re: 12 Days Of Christmas Swap Gallery!!! in The Swap Gallery by lilgothkatt on: December 15, 2006 12:08:34 PM

this is what I sent to gumshoegal. 11 pinecone firestarters so she can have toasty fires this winter.

And here is what Gumshoegal sent me. This is for days 11,10,and 9 I believe. It's a TON of papers so I can get into papercrafting a long time interst of mine but I've never really tried.

some of these papers are really awsome! textured, embossed,handmade looking ones. I love 'em.
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25  Re: 12 Days Of Christmas Swap Gallery!!! in The Swap Gallery by lilgothkatt on: December 14, 2006 08:35:18 PM
I took pics of the goodies I sent gumshoegal before they left. I hope she opened already cause here they are.
Twelve Greeting cards.

Flash themed cards.....

Technocolor owls.....

Celtic Animals.....

The owls and the knotwork are my favorites. Here's what Gumshoegal sent. A whole bunch of awsome magnets. there's four chicks and one dud but he fell off the magnet back so I need to glue him back on. My daughter really likes the cheerleader. She was dancing around the kitchen saying, "yay mommy! rah rah rah!"

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26  Re: 12 Days Of Christmas Swap Gallery!!! in The Swap Gallery by lilgothkatt on: December 11, 2006 03:50:39 PM
I got me some goodies!
check out the loot from gumshoegal!
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27  Re: Sweater for my cat in Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects by lilgothkatt on: December 06, 2006 10:51:42 PM

This is my Lulu and her glitter teal sleeve sweater.
don't her eyes look creepy in this pic?
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28  Sailor Jerry Wallet *WARNING* boobies ahead! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by lilgothkatt on: November 21, 2006 04:26:46 PM
So, my sister drops off this black wallet at my house last week and says, "here paint something on this" After considering a few different themes I decided on a sailor jerry-esque collage.
Here it is, hope you like it.
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29  Re: Harry Potter replica props (4 photos) in Completed Projects by lilgothkatt on: July 25, 2006 09:57:13 PM
I was inspired by this post. So I did some more research on prop replicas and game up with this for my friends birthday. It's not from a movie but from H.P. Lovecraft mythos. It's a specimen of a juvinele deep one from M.U.

sorry about the image size.
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30  Re: Duvet Cover Pattern? in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by lilgothkatt on: April 22, 2006 11:37:23 PM
Okay so humor me as this is my first tutorial and it's kind of rudimentry. (sp)

normal sewing supplies: machine, thread, scissors, seam ripper
Two flat sheets the size of the comforter you wish to cover
buttons (I used 10)

Step 1:
take a look at your sheets. See on the top edge where the printed side is folded over onto the back side of the sheet? Rip that seam out. Repaet with second sheet.

Step 2:
Decide which sheet will be the top and which will be the bottom. Take the bottom sheet and cut off the little folded over flap at the top.

This picture looks wrong, the top stip looks like it has a crease in it. it shouldn't.

Step 3: Pin and sew the second sheets flap to the top edge of the first sheet. (the part you just ripped)
Hem up the sides of the flap to make it neat and heam along the long edge.

Step 4: The part I hate. Sew four button holes along the top edge of the main sheet. try to evenly space them. and make sure they are bigger than your buttons. You can always handstitch them to get a tighter fit later. This is particualry inportant if you are using different kinds of buttons.

Step 5: Fold down the flap made from the second sheet and sew up the side so it makes a little pocket.

Step 6: Sew the rest of the button holes in. It should have four button holes on each side.
lovely picture of a button hole.

Step 7: Pin the Back sheet to the front sheet, right sides facing. sew up the three sides.

Step 8: Turn your duvet cover rightside out and stuff the duvet in it. Be sure it is in there evenly and isn't twisted anywhere. Mark all your button holes with safety pins. I pin it directly to the duvet and catch the edges of the cover so it all stays in place. Sew your buttons onto the DUVET, not the cover. Move from hole to hole sewing in a button and adjusting the button hole for a tight fit.

You can either stop here and your duvet will work fine or if you choose to you can add some snaps to the back flap so it stays closed better.

If you have any problems understanding this or need further instructions let me know and I'll try to help.

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