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1  Giant Coppertone Andy Warhol shirt into cute summer dress? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Ohh Chasquido on: June 20, 2008 04:25:19 PM
I have this enormous Coppertone shirt with a great picture on it! It's only been washed once and the image looks great. I've seen lots of giant shirts made into cute summer dresses, unfortunately I'm afraid the placement and size of the image on this shirt might be awkward for making a dress... Any ideas?
I also have this streched out (once fitted) nice color blue shirt I'm willing to destroy.

Awesome image right?
Sorry about the wrinkles... it's been in the drawer a while.

Just to show you how HUGE the shirt is....
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2  Will temporary tattoos transfer to glass? in Glass Crafts: Discussion and Questions by Ohh Chasquido on: March 24, 2008 07:21:41 PM
Today I bought New Moon by Stephanie Meyer and inside are these beautiful temporary tattoos.
And well, since I feel I'm a little old to be wearing temporary tattoos- and hate the idea of using them once and never seeing them again is it possible that I could some how transfer them to glass?
Maybe to a mirror or a jewlery box?
Some sort of glass surface?


If not, does anyone have any better ideas for me?
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3  iPoptart now with TUTORIAL! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Ohh Chasquido on: March 01, 2008 08:07:35 PM
Sooooo guys I made a Poptart iPod Cozy!
I got the idea while I was shopping at Walmart, immediatly bought the felt annnd came right home and made my cozy!


Annnd then I got on craftster and saw that it had already been done  Undecided

Oh well.

Here's mine and I was just dying to show it off!
(mostly because everyone here is asleep and I don't want to wake them up)



Awww it's so cute I just wanna bite it!


NOT BAD FOR 72 CENTS AND 35 MINUTES.



This is my first tutorial, go easy on me okay?
HERE IT IS BIGGER----->
http://i28.tinypic.com/2yn2bfl.jpg




I plan on doing WildBerry next!
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4  French Vanilla Cappucino body scrub in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by Ohh Chasquido on: January 06, 2008 06:17:10 PM
I took a recipe for coffee-cinnamon infused bath salts from here....
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=645.0
And modified it, making a smaller batch and using French Vanilla Coffee grounds and Veg oil... I didn't have olive oil and running it though the coffee pot with a less than a quarter cup of water to infuse it.
Um, it's probably a good idea to clean your coffee pot with vinagar when you're finished to take out the residue of the vegetable oil.

Anyways..... Here it is!


Pic is a little fuzzy thanks to my webcam.

I thought it was pretty in the frappucino bottle hehe.
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5  What do I do with my stupid painting of nothing? in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by Ohh Chasquido on: January 02, 2008 05:45:29 PM
My art teacher made us paint abstract for my class.
That's fine and all. Buuuuut I really superhated her when she gave me an A- because she felt that my painting "does not express [your] personality."
Uh, what?
I love blues and bright yellows. I painted the black and white stripes because I always wear black and white stripes.... I thought it was me-ish.
It's supposed to be messy.

ANYWAYS.... I was wondering if there's anything cool I can do with it!
If not, I'll just toss it and be done with it.

It's painted on heavy canvas, not the framed kind.
'Bout a quart inch thick.
Oil paint.



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6  Neuron Nerd Bracelet in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Ohh Chasquido on: January 02, 2008 05:35:54 PM
Here it is! I made this model of a neuron for my psychology class.... since it flexes pretty easily I can wear it as a bracelet.
Pretty nerd.
And awful snaggy though. The nucleaus is a heart.
The mylenated sheath glows in the dark.


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7  Good Charlotte Painted Converse Hi-Tops! in Shoes: Completed Projects by Ohh Chasquido on: January 02, 2008 05:30:17 PM
Here's a pair of shoes I painted up for my best friend for her 18th birthday last year.
Joel Madden from Good Charlotte- She's met him 4 times I do believe!
From what I hear he's pretty sweet too.



Acrylics!
She wont wear them though. They sit on top of her computer monitor in mint condition.

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8  Rustic Burned Deer Table in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by Ohh Chasquido on: January 02, 2008 05:13:18 PM
I burned the buck on the table from a drawing I did freehand, then traced with the wood burner, my uncle built the table from scrap wood and logs.
He's pretty crafty himself, I'm more of the drawing/painting type.



*later varnish was added.
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