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1  Journals! (with link to tutorial) in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by melo.joyce on: October 13, 2011 06:58:16 PM
I love to see your projects but am always afraid to show mine...
But not today! I'm quite pleased with these! Grin

My colleague asked me to make her a journal after peaking at my bag and finding a sketchbook that I made.

I got carried away and made 6 in a row! But I'm not going to bore you showing all of them.

The cover is made with light cardboard covered with cotton and lined with colorful paper. The inside is just regular A4 paper, cut in half. And the binding is made with crochet thread.

What do you guys think? I'm thinking of start selling them... Any criticism is appreciated! Thanks for looking!


A group shot, cause they like to stay together!




Dinosaurs! Wee!





The one she chose is not there. I forgot to take a picture before sending her... Sad

ps: I forgot to link the tutorial I used for the binding!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/zoopress_studio/439359404/
I just repeated the process to make a thicker book.
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2  Galaga Slip-ons in Shoes: Completed Projects by melo.joyce on: May 13, 2009 01:44:42 PM
Ok, so this is my very first post to Craftster... I've been lurking for almost 2 years now, but thought it was time to finally show some of my work!

I present you the Galaga Slip-ons!!



It was made for a class where we should make (or alter) a product inspired by an old videogame... My friend gave me the Galaga idea...
I used fabric paint, and made a grid as a guide (just love pixel stuff!).

Below there's a making of compilation...^^


I hope you guys like it!
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