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1  Re: She Blinded Me With Science - Gallery in The Swap Gallery by eemmjj on: May 27, 2009 03:03:36 PM
Okay, here is what I sent to missriss.

Petri dish resin coasters: I wanted them to be a little Powers of Ten-like, like what you might see if you looked in a glass of water up close (dingy water, of course, since there is plankton in it).

Brain/blood cell reversible headband: Hopefully this was more on the cute than the morbid side. This was a bugger to make, since I decided that not only was I going to try printing on fabric for the first time but I was also going to make sure it was at least water resistant.

Billy Nye rings: When missriss said her favorite scientist was Bill Nye, I knew I had to do something from the theme song. Particularly the "Inertia is a property of matter" line.

I also made a bag but didn't have time to photograph it before I sent.
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2  Re: She Blinded Me With Science - Gallery in The Swap Gallery by eemmjj on: May 25, 2009 01:53:11 PM
Oh  echo_brook Embarrassed I wasn't the one who made your inspiration, hee hee, I made some for this swap and must have missed them in the previous one. That blanket project sounds amazing. It would take me yeeears to finish one, I am such a slow stitcher.

Ok, so I received from missriss the other day and here are the photos from her lovely package:

First up, a collage of my favorite scientist, Niels Bohr, alongside some science goop. I love the quote. It is definitely something I need to remember. Smiley

(here's a close up, kinda)

Next, an awesome little radium box. Which would make a pretty good jewelry box since it would deter theft, heh.

And the contents of the box are these incredible badges of science. As an ex-Girl Scout, these make me very happy.

one for my astro-nerdiness

one for my Heisen-nerdiness

one for my marine bio-nerdiness

and melatonin, a nerd's best friend.

I am way impressed with missriss' stitchery. She totally rocks.
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