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1231  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Re: Patchwork Fur Scrap Pillow on: November 11, 2013 10:32:33 AM
mature for fur? Poopy doopy!

That is a great gift, and a wonderful "soap stone" idea...for the tactile sensation that some people {and autistic fits this one} need to have.

I am so glad he likes it! And it will comfort him. You did a great job!

Has he named it???

And "Wonky" works good. {Your unsquare thing}. It looks lovable! We put too many things in square boxes. I like my life a little crazy, don't the rest of you?

Great job. PM me with the name he picks! I am starting college for art therapy.  Grin I will be good at it.

~T
1232  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Re: Wire Wrap Bear Tooth Necklace on: November 11, 2013 09:36:28 AM
Gross! Not really, just kidding. Animal art is messy. I am a tree hugger, but I still enjoy animal parts for decoration.
You did a fine job with this. I am glad your friend was happy!

Drilling teeth is not hard, BTW. Just takes a porcelean bit, and water to keep it cool. And don't press hard. Let the drill do the work, and cool it with water as you work. If you have extra hands to spray the water as you drill, all the better. Latch the tooth down firmly with a grip of some sort. Anvil, clamp, even something to wrap around it and tack it down with a nail on a board. Just to hold it steady. The reason they shatter: A: tooth too old, and dried out, B: You pressed too hard with the bit, and did not give it a chance to grip and work.

I wish you luck with your projects. I like this one. The wire is a neat element, too. But, you can also wire with the hole!  Grin Just ideas. I am full of those.

~T
1233  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / Re: 50 Projects 2013--You Know You Can Do It! Join here and post your lists ! on: November 11, 2013 09:18:47 AM
Holy cow! You have more energy than me. And moving, too??? Nice job. And just remember all the handy-dandy warms that you will be offering for people. Wonderful. You must have a great big heart!  Kiss There is your kiss.

~T

Oh, and a kiss for Mom, for helping...  Kiss
1234  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Re: Creepy Cute Stuffie Swap Gallery on: November 10, 2013 06:39:20 PM
OMG...what a furry and whimsical creature!

I, too love to see things from around the world, and make friends on the "other side"!

Glad you are loving this very interesting item.  Grin

Actually, I think I would be scared when I opened things!

Just kidding. I love all of the presents I get.

But this one "takes the bomb!"   Cheesy

Neat art. I hope you have fun with it.

~T
1235  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: Paper Ornaments on: November 10, 2013 04:59:43 PM
Love the heart one! I love using extra paper, too. Very nice with the pearl attachment, and other embellishments. And I am a musician, so need I say, I cut up musical paper often? Fans I have never been a big "fan" of  Grin But yours is cute. And tiny accordian pleat. You did good there. Just not a fan of "fans". Not your fault. Lots of people love them. Cute ornaments! I hope you make more, and share them for package decorations?  Grin

Christmas is a time for giving...not just buying at WalMart!!!!!!! Whoops. Holiday spirit dying off there. Greedy people...sons o B.  Wink

~T
1236  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / Re: Angry Piata on: November 10, 2013 04:39:12 PM
Great idea. I love your attention to details. I love the colors. I love the idea. Well, I could go on, but LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this. I rocked you. You did a wonderful job. I hope you win the entry. And get a prize.

Your purse is probably the best I have seen. Not in a purse sort of way, but just so you could stow the candy! You did both trick {with your stick} and treat {with the purse!} Too fun. I need to Halloween with you people next year!

~T
1237  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / Re: Furious George on: November 10, 2013 04:17:43 PM
My gosh! Did you sleep??? With wedding, and all. Holy cow! Fine job, and looks like you had fun. I loved CG as a child. Very creative costume. And love the little doll, too. He made the outfit special. And something fun to pass around at the party? I love to bring "toys" where I go, too. People can be silly that way, and get away with adult kindergarten!  Cheesy

~T
1238  KNITTING / Knitalongs / Re: Hat-along -- 13 in '13! on: November 10, 2013 04:08:40 PM
You yarn crafters are so lovely....I want to do some!!! This looks like a fun pattern. I wish I could sit in one place for a while, and learn more about what you do. The Mr. does not know what he has, but I do! What a nice job, and customizing it for him??? Give him one of these for me:  Tongue

 :DJust kidding. People are all different, but so much time goes into these projects. I appreciate you.

~T
1239  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Re: Pet Silhouette Pillows! on: November 10, 2013 03:40:22 PM
Oh, pooh! Those are all common animals. Let's see one with a moose, reindeer, or ostrich!!! Just kidding. I am glad you have these up and running. Very nice job. And I see what you meant about the cameo idea. {Private conversations with this artist, folks}...don't scratch your head...you will leave a mark!  Grin

A wonderful job, and I love the animal print background for these. And that strange paisley thing, too. It sets it off well. And very nice "framing" with the lace oval thing going on. Those trim pieces are not on a bias, and hard to tack down in an oval or circle. You did a wonderful job there, too!

~T
1240  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Re: Little rosemary wreaths on: November 10, 2013 01:31:23 PM
Glad you posted a tute! These are really easy, and your grocery store can give you the supplies, for what you don't have. These are wonderful, and smelly up the place good! This is a wonderful project that does not take up much time, but makes happy, all the same!

They can also be done larger size, though you probably would have to grow your own "twigs" for next year?

But these are aweful cute. I can see some could be hung on the Christmas trees, too? Old belt buckle things, margerine lids cut out in the center....find something round and adapt it!!!  Grin Some wire or hot clue would do it!

Great idea, AD!

~T

meant hot glue...I have board games on the brain. Roll Eyes
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