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31  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / Hey, everyone.. (misc. photography and snowman) on: March 29, 2008 11:24:59 PM
I finally got my Photobucket working. I'm going to put up pictures of the things I've made tomorrow sometime, but for now I just have a picture I took and a couple pictures my sister and mom took. If y'all want to see it, it's here. I'm totally proud of myself, considering the fact I'm a total goof when it comes to that stuff.  Embarrassed  Haha.


32  FIBER ARTS / Dyeing: Discussion and Questions / This is for all you tie-dye lovers... LOL. on: March 18, 2008 05:49:34 PM
Hey, everyone, I tie-dyed a tee shirt last night with this technique. I hope it's okay to share it with you all. Tongue This only works with big Sharpies-I tried it with those little ones and it didn't work out too well. And if you're like me and you're one of those instant gratification craftsters, this might drive you nuts because it takes a little while. Haha. I would do this with my socks but-I'm out of rubbing alcohol.

33  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Girl Scout cookie boxes. on: February 24, 2008 07:32:01 PM
So...We have a bunch of Girl Scout cookie boxes that we have no idea what to do with. We have both kinds-the heavier cardboard ones and the lighter paperboard ones. My mom said I should ask you all what we could make with them. Do you all have any ideas? Smiley Thanks in advance! Cheesy
34  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Adorable Water Bottle Cozy! (Tutorial included!) on: February 10, 2008 04:03:13 PM
So I made this really cute water bottle holder this weekend. And I just wrote out a tutorial for it. I will have a picture of the finished product when I get the camera to work again. Wink So, fellow Craftsters, please enjoy. Tongue

Water Bottle Cozy Tutorial

What You Need:

* Paper
* Pencil
* Ruler
* Water Bottle
* Yarn
* Fabric
* Pins
* Scissors
* Safety Pin

What You Do:

1. Take a piece of paper and a pencil and trace around the bottom of your water bottle. Make sure the circle is bigger than the bottom of your water bottle. Pin it on the fabric and cut it out.

2. Measure how tall your bottle is from the bottom to the lid. Mark this on the paper and make a pattern. Cut the fabric accordingly.

3. Pin the edges of your fabric together and sew them. Then put the circle you cut out on the bottom of your fabric tube and pin it on. Gather the fabric a little as you sew.

4. Turn the fabric inside out so the seams are on the inside. Try it on your bottle and see how it looks.

5. Fold down the top edges of your holder and pin them. Sew.

6. Cut some yarn and tie one end of it. Tack the end down to any hard surface and braid it. After you finish that, take a safety pin and attach it to one end of the braid. Pull it through and tie it in a bow. Voila!

7. Show off your hot new water bottle holder!

Tutorial by Craftster Goddess DancinInTheDark.
February 10, 2008
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