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1  New to stamps... How do I ink this? in Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Discussion and Questions by Sarahlotfi on: February 25, 2015 02:31:03 PM
Hello!

Stamping is one area of crafting that I have never ventured before, so I  feel like this is a foolish question - but I want to ask the experts instead of just trying to figure it out and possibly making a mistake.

I purchased a block with 12 small stamps on it. One block, with basically a grid of 12 different stamp images.

So my question is - how do I apply ink? I only want one image stamped at a time, definitely NOT all 12.

Thanks Stamping experts!
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2  Glass transfer? in Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Discussion and Questions by Sarahlotfi on: April 04, 2008 11:07:26 AM
I'm not totally sure what exactly I'm even asking for, but I keep seeing these vases in stores that have these color images sort of pressed onto them. The image is pretty set on, as if it was transfered with glass paint or something, like - it cant be scratched off (not that I tried to scratch it off... just investigating).

Here is one example of what I'm talking about, the designs are different all around the vase... but it doesnt have to be that way, its just in this one...



any ideas?
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3  Can someone tell me what this is?! Romanesco broccoflower! in Recipes and Cooking Tips by Sarahlotfi on: November 29, 2006 08:37:11 PM
I bought this CRAZY lookin vegetable at the Union Square farmers market this morning but I cannot remember the name of it and its driving me insane. Its supposed to taste like a cross between a broccoli and a cauliflower - but it looks NUTS! my husband and I keep grabbing it out of the fridge for a good laugh.

Does anyone know what this is?!?!

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4  ADULT CONTENT:: Nookie Cookies (boobs) in Dessert by Sarahlotfi on: April 11, 2006 04:04:35 AM
My fiance went to Atlantic City this past weekend for his Bachelor party, and I couldnt help sending him along with a tasty snack for the road. I'm a sucker for themes, and, well, whats more appropriate for a bachelor party!?



I have to say, it was so much fun making these!!
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5  Check out my Save the Date "photo booth" pics in Weddings and Bridal Showers by Sarahlotfi on: December 06, 2005 06:16:16 PM
This was by no means an original idea... but im really proud of how I made them. They were almost entirely done in photoshop. My fiance and I were no where near a photo booth when we took these - with a disposable camera, and we were standing about three feet apart from eachother in each pic (except for the one where we're kissing behind the paper). Also, I scanned in all of the text, there was nothing on the pieces of paper we were holding.



What do you think? Oh - and also, has anyone used Vistaprint? I'm thinking of having these printed on 4x8 paper...
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6  New Bracelet - is there a name for this stitch? in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Sarahlotfi on: April 19, 2005 03:35:05 AM
Hi!

I just finished my very first ever fancy beaded bracelet. I used a print out of instructions that a friend once gave me. I was curious, - if its possible to tell from the photos -  does anyone know if there's a name for the type of bracelet or stitch that i used?

Thanks!! Beading rocks!!



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7  Re: Fingerweave Scarf - My very first pic post!! in Weaving: Completed Projects by Sarahlotfi on: March 28, 2005 02:38:38 AM
Fingerweaving is the perfect idea for jury duty!! and I'd love to see your finished scarf so definitely post pics when you're done!!

Sexy_penguin, I tried to make a little tutorial on how to make pompoms, but it seems to be coming up really really tiny. I think you can probably use the pictures to go by - hope it helps!

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8  Fingerweave Scarf - My very first pic post!! in Weaving: Completed Projects by Sarahlotfi on: March 02, 2005 03:43:13 AM
Im not sure why, but I never take pics of stuff that I make. And the few pics I did take, always seemed to come out terrible. Im so excited to finally be showing something that I've made...

This scarf was made using only my hands! It took me practically no time at all, except for the pom poms at the end - darn cardboard kept breaking!

Yay scarf!

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9  Re: Urban Outfitter Scarves! in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by Sarahlotfi on: December 09, 2004 03:22:44 AM
Does anyone know a good site that teaches how to weave? To make something like the first scarf (with the sequins) or one like this :



Do I need a special tool? Is there ANY way I can do it by hand?
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