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1231  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: Geeky Christmas Swap Gallery on: December 21, 2013 07:31:08 PM
My responce to this post is in #21 above. I am glad you all get to drool over the awesome-ness. Erica is definately a wonderful craftster. I am thrilled.  Grin
1232  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: Ongoing ATC Swap - December 2013 Gallery! on: December 21, 2013 06:52:48 PM
Love the cat silhouettes. It took a minute for my eyes to focus on what I was seeing. On the fish card, I mean. The other, I don't totally understand. Not a fan of that. But it looks nicely done, as well. Great score!

~T
1233  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / Re: HP Craftalong ~Winter Semester 2013/2014~ *JOIN ANYTIME* on: December 21, 2013 02:58:26 PM
I like your additons, but the Spanakopita is not truly vegetarian, as stated on the recipe link. I don't mind, as I eat fish, meat, and eggs. I would probably add some chopped ham to the filling mix, but a wonderful recipe, all the same.  Grin

Your pincushion is awfully cute. I keep checking my thrift/antique stores for those girlie toppers like yours. They were very popular at one time...like in the 40's?

And neat poofy curtain. I love the color. Stay warm for the holidays!

~T
1234  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / Re: Winter Nerd Battles --December 5, 2013 - February 28, 2014 - Join Anytime! on: December 21, 2013 01:07:36 PM
Wow. That is an absolutely wonderful cardnal. You are getting rocked, for sure, Ludi. All of your works are wonderful. But I think this one definately set the bar higher. If I get you for a swap partner? I will start biting my fingernails again  Grin Just kidding. But I will certainly put my all into anything I create. I do anyway. Super job. The colors, the shading, the outline with the cording on the hoop...everything. That bad boy looks like it wants to jump off the screen and into my lap. Did I say wonderful enough? Nope...WONDERFUL!

~T
1235  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: Guess what these tree ornaments are on: December 21, 2013 12:46:34 PM
They appear to be a form of pod that falls to the ground, but I am not familiar with whatever it is they came from. They look really pretty on the tree, though. Neat idea...to give them back to nature for a while. And decorate at the same time. Quite lovely. The vines have me confused, too. On your last picture. Those look a bit like wild strawberry leaves, but your ornaments are not strawberries. Can you eat them?

~T

Har, har. Looking again at your close-up...the right one in that photo reminds me of the back end of a bull.  Cheesy Silly Tina, behave yourself!  Roll Eyes Sorry.
1236  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: Geeky Christmas Swap Gallery on: December 21, 2013 11:30:24 AM
I don't have a means to post pictures, but wanted to share here, as well. My swap partner will post as quick as she gets time to.

I just recieved from Bobbysgirl...I wanted to wait to open it, but just could not help myself. And squeee. She spoiled me. First off the mat, are the gifts for my kids. She did not wrap these, but they are wonderful all the same. 4 wonderful stuffies for the little ones. Assorted colors in sort of the goofy monster theme. Adorable, and very well stitched and detailed from felt, and other embellishments.

Also three crochet pieces {dang is she good at that}. One is a blue mask...Batman??? Two look to be possible kitty toys, but I might hang them on my tree this year. A pokemon ball, and a variagated octopus. All exceptionally well stitched, and wonderful.

She also included a stationery set for my older daughter in the Harry Potter theme that daughter loves.

Then I started opening mine. Here is where I really squeeeeeee. My favorite movie is Labrynith...and she croched me a worm. My favorite part of the movie! He is a pretty good size, so I will make room here at my computer for that detail. So adorable, and so well crochet-ed. And the eyes are plastic, and inset to the stitching. Looks like felt around them. So cute!

Then, she painted me a picture from another favorite movie...IT, by Stephen King. I got the crazy clown! Looks like she did some wood burning with it, and then added some paint details. Totally awesome. She really captured the image exactly! He is spooky...just as he should be! 

Last ones, just now opening...totally hillarious...A SPONGE BOB TOTE, crochet. He is absolutely adorable. I cannot get over her skills with the hook. Her stitches are so even, and well placed. For having three kids, including her little one, I don't know how she can focus on projects like this. Amazing.

But that is not all, there is another wrapped gift inside the tote. Har, har, har. A fabric sponge bob wallet, that says, "It's all good". So totally cool.

I don't know how to thank you enough, Erica...you have made my holiday way richer with your kindness and skills.
Please post the photos so everyone else can drool and be jealous. And get neat ideas, and ask to be your trade partner. You are a wonderful swapper. I hope my package gets to you soon, and you are happy with it, as well. I am overjoyed! Thank You 

~T
1237  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: Geeky Christmas Swap - Signup 11/27/13-11/30/13 Sendout 12/14/13 on: December 21, 2013 11:24:42 AM
I just recieved from Bobbysgirl...I wanted to wait to open it, but just could not help myself. And squeee. She spoiled me. First off the mat, are the gifts for my kids. She did not wrap these, but they are wonderful all the same. 4 wonderful stuffies for the little ones. Assorted colors in sort of the goofy monster theme. Adorable, and very well stitched and detailed from felt, and other embellishments.

Also three crochet pieces {dang is she good at that}. One is a blue mask...Batman??? Two look to be possible kitty toys, but I might hang them on my tree this year. A pokemon ball, and a variagated octopus. All exceptionally well stitched, and wonderful.

She also included a stationery set for my older daughter in the Harry Potter theme that daughter loves.

Then I started opening mine. Here is where I really squeeeeeee. My favorite movie is Labrynith...and she croched me a worm. My favorite part of the movie! He is a pretty good size, so I will make room here at my computer for that detail. So adorable, and so well crochet-ed. And the eyes are plastic, and inset to the stitching. Looks like felt around them. So cute!

Then, she painted me a picture from another favorite movie...IT, by Stephen King. I got the crazy clown! Looks like she did some wood burning with it, and then added some paint details. Totally awesome. She really captured the image exactly! He is spooky...just as he should be!  Grin

Last ones, just now opening...totally hillarious...A SPONGE BOB TOTE, crochet. He is absolutely adorable. I cannot get over her skills with the hook. Her stitches are so even, and well placed. For having three kids, including her little one, I don't know how she can focus on projects like this. Amazing.

But that is not all, there is another wrapped gift inside the tote. Har, har, har. A fabric sponge bob wallet, that says, "It's all good". So totally cool.

I don't know how to thank you enough, Erica...you have made my holiday way richer with your kindness and skills.
Please post the photos so everyone else can drool and be jealous. And get neat ideas, and ask to be your trade partner. You are a wonderful swapper. I hope my package gets to you soon, and you are happy with it, as well. I am overjoyed! Thank You  Kiss

~T
1238  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: Alternative, Essentially 2D Christmas Tree on: December 21, 2013 09:32:26 AM
Very interesting idea. I am sure our college dorm crafters could take this one and run with it. Even without the Ikea, I am sure they might paint something similar to a canvas? Even foam core for a backing would stick the pins into it. Quite a lovely job. I really like the concept, and easy to put away for next year.

~T

Happy Holidays ! Hey, when do we get our Christmas Hat smilies?Huh
1239  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: Pizza base Polystyrene Print Christmas Cards on: December 21, 2013 09:22:33 AM
Very interesting re-use of "garbage". I like your method. And a neat set of designs you chose. Simple, yet intricate all the same. Very festive. I can't pick a favorite. They are all lovely  Grin Happy Holidays to you, too.

~T
1240  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / Re: Winter Nerd Battles --December 5, 2013 - February 28, 2014 - Join Anytime! on: December 20, 2013 06:32:19 PM
This looks wonderful. Never had a stocking? How sad. I am glad you could make things up for him. You did a fine job. Glad you could include the doggies...hope you plan to include some doggie treats  Grin Just make sure they are labeled, because some of those treats look good enough for people eats.

~T
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