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21  Towelie wash cloth in Knitting: Completed Projects by LuckyNumber7 on: August 20, 2010 02:59:16 PM
In my ongoing quest to make work fun, I do a weekly game of drawing things around the office for people to guess at what they are. Most right guesses win a prize. Two weeks ago was South Park and I came up with a usable Towelie wash cloth. It's made of cotton and plenty strong. I've already had requests to make them for other people.

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22  Storm Shadow (G.I. Joe) in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by LuckyNumber7 on: July 26, 2010 03:59:29 PM
I do a contest at work where I draw things around the office and people guess what they are. If they're the first ones with the right answers they get a prize. Well two weeks ago I did G.I. Joe and the winner got this guy!

I hope he likes him.






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23  Craft Corner in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by LuckyNumber7 on: July 11, 2010 04:47:01 PM
For the longest time I had this awful, ugly, smelly chest of drawers built into a little corner of my apartment. The other week I took a hammer and chisel to it and ripped it right out (no mean feat).

After ripping it out I had big plans. Big plans indeed. I have tons a crafting supplies and almost no place to put it. Thus craft corner was created.

I began my search at a local paint and wallpaper location. And wham! It's like this wall paper hit me in the face and told me to buy it or it would do it again. So I did! I adore movies from the 30's and 40's and have seen most of the movies featured on the wallpaper. Brought it home and put it up. Next I got shelves to hang and a little storage case. Got all my various craft supplies from whatever area I shoved them into. And It was done.

Finished


Before, I unfortunately didn't get pics of the drawers


Piece by piece I ripped it out


Naked and unfancy free


Wallpapered and shelved


The border


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24  Warhol Soup Earings and more in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by LuckyNumber7 on: June 30, 2010 04:25:12 PM
I've been looking for a way to adapt a Warhol into a craft. I've had a terrible cold and someone at work suggest I craft myself some chicken noodle soup. Inspiration struck! Warhol Soup earrings! Here they are, plus two other cuties I did at the same time.





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25  Piranha Plant and Bobomb in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by LuckyNumber7 on: June 28, 2010 02:00:17 PM
I've been trying to make where I work a little..well, funner. So I made up this game where every week I draw pictures around my office and my co-workers have to guess what they are. If they guess all of them they get a prize. It's something different that kind of breaks up the monotony. Last weeks theme was classic super mario brothers and these are what I'm giving as the prize. I found the pattern for the Bobomb (if you would like the link just ask) but the Piranha Plant is all mine.

This weeks theme is He-man. I'm still trying to figure out a prize for that one.







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26  Stenciled Cabinets in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by LuckyNumber7 on: June 26, 2010 01:26:58 PM
I just finished resurfacing my kitchen counter tops. After I did so I found the paint lacked something. Then I got a wonderful suggestion to do some stenciling. So off to the craft and hardware stores for supplies. I found these adorable fruit stencils and got to work.

The finished design


Before Counter Tops


After Counter Tops


So Boring...






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27  New Counter tops in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by LuckyNumber7 on: June 20, 2010 08:36:57 AM
My dad dropped by unexpectedly the other day and dropped of new laminate counter top for me. I thought "why the hell not?" and got to work. I stripped the old stuff and put this on. It's the first time I've use contact cement too. I love that stuff.
The bad thing is when I took out the sink the plumbing, well, FELL OFF!! It had rotted thru and needed to be replaced asap. So again, "Why the hell not?" So I took myself down to the Home Depot got the parts and made it myself. I've never plumbed before. But using common sense, logic and the old pipes as a guide and voila! no leaks or anything!! Next thing I have to do is repaint the cupboards to match. I'll think of something, but if you have any ideas please let me know.

finished


The original






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28  Roy Stars in Shoes: Completed Projects by LuckyNumber7 on: June 14, 2010 03:57:45 PM
I bought a pair of shoes about a month ago with the intention of reconstructing them. I've been looking around for ideas then I remembered Pop Art and more specifically Roy Lichtenstein. I dyed the shoes (they were black so the inside went green the out stayed black) and the laces. I wanted a distressed look to the transfers. So I made sure the middle stuck very well and peeled off the sides. I'm pretty happy with this first attempt. Next time I'll get different coloured shoes to start with.







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29  Owls and Pears and more in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by LuckyNumber7 on: June 01, 2010 08:47:27 AM
I love shrinky dink. It's so great for custom jewelry. Here's a couple I like the most.





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30  How to Kill a Zombie in Screen Printing: Completed Projects by LuckyNumber7 on: April 11, 2010 06:26:47 PM
This is my first attempt at silk screening. It took three tries to get the photo emulsion done correctly and a few practice tries before I attempted to put it on a shirt that I would wear. I am very pleased. This has opened a brand new area into crafts that I will enjoy for years to come I think. I have so many ideas! The font I used was not the best for the small lettering, but it's still legible.



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