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21  Re: Small Gnome Swap Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by Saint_Angel on: February 12, 2011 09:26:47 PM
Finally posting what I received from chrispykreme.  We decided on the 3 point swap.  FREAKING love everything!

An AWESOME gnome home and its two residents.  BEAUTIFUL embroidery job.



A close up of the residents.



The COOLEST bookmark ever.



And my very first handmade stamp, which I plan to use WAY more than necessary!   lol!   Cheesy



Thank you so much chrispykreme, I just ADORE everything! 
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22  Re: One Tiny Stuffie Round 2 Gallery!! in The Swap Gallery by Saint_Angel on: January 31, 2011 06:34:29 PM
I received from Foxy Sam, and let me tell you, they are AWESOME!  We agreed on three since neither one of us could make up our minds on just one thing!

A group shot:



An adorable Siamese kitty



The Wicked Witch of the West (from The Wizard of Oz)



Dorothy and Toto (from the Wizard of Oz)



Look at how TINY Toto is!



I love it all!  Thank you so much Foxy Sam!  I hope the MAF releases your package soon!

Let's bring on round 3!!!  Grin
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23  Re: One Tiny Stuffie Round 2 Gallery!! in The Swap Gallery by Saint_Angel on: January 27, 2011 12:36:21 PM
I received from hopeevey today and man, this thing is fantastic!  Such tiny work, I can't believe it!  I have like NO patience for something so small!

She sent along a note saying that there's two sides to every story... and there's two sides to this TINY stuffie!

The one side...


Awww, just like me, a perfect angel!   

But then, just like me, when you're not looking, it turns inside side out and becomes...



A devil!  (Or not so nice angel as I described it to my 4 year old!)  Muahahaha!  I freaking love it!

And just to show you how actually TINY this is, here's one in front of a ruler.  This cutie is UNDER 2 inches!!!



Thank you hopeevey, I LOVE it!  Grin
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24  Button Ornaments in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by Saint_Angel on: January 25, 2011 08:36:35 PM
Hi!  I cannot take credit for this idea, I saw it here http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=366311.20.  But I loved the idea so much, I had to branch out!  Cheesy

First I did the snowman, just like ficklephonebug.



Then I did the witch.



And I just finished the gnome.  I don't really like how he turned out, his brim of his hat is too wide.  I'm sure I'll do him again, but I just had to post.



I can't wait to think of some more guys!  Thanks again ficklephonebug for such a fantastic idea!
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25  Greetings Cat Plushie, or better known as Hello Kitty Plushie in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Saint_Angel on: January 04, 2011 05:16:28 PM
Hello all!
I just wanted to show this cutie I made for a little friend for her birthday.  She's slightly obsessed with Hello Kitty.  So here's my Greetings Cat plushie!  lol!




She's made from fleece and is filled with fiberfill and dried corn, and measures about 6" tall and 4" wide.

Thanks for looking!

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26  Re: One Tiny Stuffie Swap Gallery! (SIGNUP 11/17/10-11/22/10 ; MAIL BY 12/13/10) in The Swap Gallery by Saint_Angel on: December 16, 2010 12:26:23 PM
I received from lolaandbean today and they are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO cute!!!
And I apologize for the lighting in the pics, they just don't seem right.

I present to you, Grayson the Pirate and Squishee!  I know, I didn't put much thought into the name of the round one, but when I took him out of the package, all I kept saying is that he was soooo squishy!  Smiley



Here's a closer look at Grayson.



And of Squishee.  I wish I could get his colors better, he's made from a fab yarn of blues and blacks (maybe they're purples)... I guess now's a good time to confess that I'm a little color blind!  Shhhh, don't tell anyone. 



And then Ace and Holly, my favorite models for my plushie photo shoots, wanted to help out, but Grayson went to run off with Holly so Ace jumped on Squishee and tried to save her.  I didn't want to deal with fur and yarn flying all around the house, so I broke that up right away.



Thanks lolaandbean for an AWESOME swap!  I love them!  This was soooooo much fun, I can't wait to do it again next month! 
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27  Re: Stacked Button Snowman Ornaments in Winter Holidays by Saint_Angel on: December 15, 2010 08:17:31 AM
Thank you very much for posting this!  What a clever idea!  I had to try it out.  I tell you though, I had a lot more shank buttons than I thought in my mix, I won't be be able to make as many as you.  Here's my first one.



Thanks again for posting this!
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28  Elf Ear Buds for the santa's helper in all of us in Completed Projects by Saint_Angel on: December 09, 2010 08:48:21 AM
Soooo, while working in the workshop, busting out all the plushie goodness, my 4 year old decided I should have elf ears since I'm like an elf and all.  Not to let down the little one, I came up with these!  I made them out of fleece and attached them to my iPod's ear buds.  They look cool, and keep my ears warm! 
Thanks for looking!
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29  Toby the Beagle Pillow Present in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by Saint_Angel on: December 09, 2010 08:42:03 AM
Hello all!  First time on this board (I usually hang out in toys).  So, to start with a short sad story, my mom had this dog, Toby, and like all pets, he was her best friend.  He was getting up age and started to lose his hearing.  One day he got out of the gate and was crossing the street to the neighbors (where the neighbor would give him treats, even though my mom had asked him not too, as to not encourage Toby to cross the street) when a teenager, ON HIS PHONE, was driving too fast and ran Toby over.  Due to Toby's hearing loss, he couldn't hear the car, nor the stranger walking down the sidewalk who yelled "Look Out!"  Unfortunately Toby died due to this accident.  That was just a couple of months ago.  My mom's birthday was last weekend and she still misses him so much, so I thought I would make her a Toby pillow, to cuddle with in bed and whatnot. 
Ok, so on with the pics, right?  Well, let me first just apologize for the photos, my flash on my camera died a year ago (I finally got a new camera this weekend) and the pillow just didn't fit right in my light box.  But you should still get the point. 

Toby dog


Toby pillow front

His fleece face is appliqued on to a dark periwinkle fleece.  The pillow measures 16"x16".

Pillow close up-ish

I wish I had better close up pics, but like I said, my camera was just not having any of that!

Pillow back

My hubby suggested I applique Toby's rear on the back of the pillow, but I just didn't know how I was going to do that nicely (plus I was rather tired that night), so I just added a heart at the bottom.

Heart close up

I don't know how to embroider, I just winged (wang? wung?) it, but I'm pretty proud of how it turned out.

Thanks sticking with me through all that!  Smiley  Oh, and I have a few pics of Mom opening it and being all teary-eyed and stuff, but she told me that if I post them ANYWHERE on the internet, I was getting NOTHING for Christmas, and even at 31 years old, that's a pretty serious threat, so you'll just have to believe me. 

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30  Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Flint Lockwood Doll in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Saint_Angel on: November 12, 2010 02:10:51 PM
Hello all!
I just wanted to show you a doll I recently made for a customer.  It was the first doll I've made with my own patterns.  I'm very pleased with how he turned out, and considering the look on the child's face, I'd say she was pleased as well!  (Sorry, I cannot share that look with you, I don't want to share her face without her mom's permission.)  Anyway, after I completed him, the customer and I decided that he just didn't look right without a lab coat (I originally omitted it since I could not make it removable due to the size of Flint's hands) so I made one up and I'm sooooooo glad I did!  I think it totally made the doll!  So, on with the pics!

With the coat


The original finished version without the coat


With his new owner


Thank you so much for looking!

*I no longer make this Flint Lockwood doll, nor do I have the pattern for him anymore.  Sorry!*
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