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1  Re: Watch the ball drop...altoids tin swap in The Swap Gallery by 3toedsloth on: December 19, 2008 08:03:42 PM
I received from mstelena!



the box is super super cute, and full of fun party stuffs!



I'm definitely staying home on new years, so the recipe, party mix and mulling spices will go to good use!

and I love the needle book, the paw print is so cute!
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I'm so glad you liked the boobies tin! sorry about the nipple... I think pasties and tassels are a great idea! It was fun swapping with you! have a happy new year!
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2  Re: I Love The Office USA Edition Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by 3toedsloth on: October 31, 2008 09:31:14 PM
I received from Craft The World! Everything is so perfectly DWIGHT - I love it all (note the mustache-mirror! it didn't photograph well):



The fake book has already fooled my roommate! Inside the Dunder Mifflin training manual, I found Dwight themed personalized stationery and Christmas ornaments - just in time for the holidays AND cat-proof!



Serenity by Jan candles, Bonfire scented - perfect for my next candlelight vigil:



A pervert poster shrinky dink (I LOVE this!!!) that I will probably add to a necklace:



And a fantastic messenger bag with vinyl-look trim from Schrute Beet Farms, with ASCII Dwight inside! Now I can carry him along on all my adventures!




I'm going to the Texas Book Festival this weekend and I'm taking a little bit of Dwight with me!
I had so much fun on my first swap!! Thanks, Craft The World!!!
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3  gussied up a very plain headband in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by 3toedsloth on: September 15, 2008 05:00:55 PM
I bought this headband a while back and I could never stand how plain it was.
Now with some quilt scraps and buttons it's much cuter!









The buttons are attached on a plastic canvas grid with wire (via http://www.craftypod.com/?p=464).
What do you think?
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