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1  My Version of the "TOMATO TREE" 100% recycled items in Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects by Gutzdie on: March 22, 2009 04:13:50 PM
  Ok so i sat at home and was watching TV and ran into that commercial about the TOMATO tree. it ran for about $40.00. So i figured I could try to make one since I have a bunch of feed bags made from the same plastic. 
  I cut holes out and inserted a old small planter that the bottom has been cut off. then put a round wire base on bottom to keep its shape added dirt and plants and there it was my Version of the TOMATO TREE! for freeeee Smiley
 here are some pics to show yall Smiley enjoy
                                     Reduce! Recycle! Reuse!!









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2  Plastic Feed Bag to Cool reusable Grocery bag :) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Gutzdie on: September 19, 2008 02:40:21 PM
I finished my 2nd Feed Tote bag. I liked the lil chics on it. lol I have realized that if I use a thicker thread The stitching doesnt bundle up as bad. Im getting the hang of it. I use it all the time and I can carry ALOT in it. very durable!





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3  Finished my Feed Bag Shopping Bags in Completed Projects by Gutzdie on: August 24, 2008 04:45:07 PM
I got some feed bags from a local farmer out where I live And decided to try to make a shoping bag. It was a lil hard cause the bag is Stiff Plastic but I worked with it. Andother thing I have trouble with was my foot was not grabing the bag so my stitchings were bundling up. But over all I like how it turned out.  Grin
I made one 50lb bag and one 25lb bag.





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4  Re: Pantyhose/Tights/Nylons in What the heck can I do with THIS? by Gutzdie on: January 28, 2008 06:58:14 PM
 Grin WHOO HOO I KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH TIGHTS!!!!
My best friend is seriously upsessed with sausage, so for Holloween I made her costume, THE SAUSAGE QUEEN!!!! I got Brown tights and tide a knot then stuffed it like a LINK OF SAUSAGE then tide another knot then STUFEED then tide then stuffed i even did the croch so you end up with a LONG LINK OF SAUSAGE!! Cheesy Cheesy
 HERE SHE IS MRS SAUSAGE QUEEN!!!!!

 BTW here is her Bithday cake I made her......
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5  First Post, First Bleach Stencil :) in Stenciling: Completed Projects by Gutzdie on: January 25, 2008 12:04:31 PM
Well I read ablout stenciling with freezer paper and bleach on here and decided to try it. Her is my first test projects. Smiley

This was the first shirt I did. I soon learned to also block the sides with news paper so the bleach doesnt get on the shirt.


 Here is a bag I did, it didnt really come out even But I still loved the way it turned out Smiley

 Thanks For Lookin. Smiley
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