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1  whoever said polka dots weren't rad... in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by sexy_penguin_ on: January 17, 2007 07:38:35 PM
...was greatly mistaken.
so, it's been a rather long while i've posted anything here, and i'm proud to say i finally got off my butt and MADE something.

this purse was a product of some random ideas and a LOT of fabric left from a dress project long dead.
now, pictures!

here's the front of the bag, please excuse the crappy pics as i just got my new camera and i'm not all that great with it yet.


you can't really tell, but it's got a little flap pocket on the front, with the actual pocket sandwiched inside the bag. im not sure that made any sense...
anyhow, here's the inside of the bag with a bunch of my crap in it meant to show scale but failing that, it's about 9"x12"x2.5"(it has a gusset and the bottom is rounded at the corners)


it's a bit too big for me (as you can see with all my stuff just thrown in it) and with figuring out that tricky pocket on the front, i completely spaced out and didn't put any other pockets in!
i'm pretty proud of it, and thinking of selling it/ more like it. If anyone could tell about how much you'd pay for it, and maybe any changes i should make (besides putting in more pockets ovbiously Tongue) that'd be great too!
thanks for looking!
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2  Re: Purple People Eater! in Completed Projects by sexy_penguin_ on: June 16, 2006 09:01:44 PM
well, i've been a) too lazy, and b) rather hesitant to shame so much duct tape by shaping it to my less than proportionate measurements to make one... but i heard something about using a shower curtain rod, and 3 of those L-shaped wall shelf brackets to make an adjustable one.. illustrated (rather quickly) by my mad ms paint skillz:
yeah, i forgot to include in there that if you do that whole drill- a - hole- in- the- base thing, you can adjust the height... but anywho... i think that should be effective, if not time intensive... i think i may just make one now... except for the fear i have of seeing myself, life- size, in all the honesty of duct tape... but alas.. i've wasted rather enough time... good job, and by the way, i LOVE your room... haha, I'd never guess you liked purple..
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3  Another Done to Death saying made into a nifty shirt! in Stenciling: Completed Projects by sexy_penguin_ on: December 03, 2005 02:58:10 PM
So I know this saying is everywhere but I'm in love with the symbolism, ran across some cheap shirts today and was like, "hey, i should put this on a shirt!" so, without further ado, my shirt!


So yeah it says "Gun + Gun= Bang Bang Bang". Yeah here's a closeup because i take crappy puctures of myself.


so yeah. comments plz. Be gentle this is like my 3rd stencil and my 1st posted one..  Grin
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4  Re: soda can lantern in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by sexy_penguin_ on: January 16, 2005 10:41:11 AM
I don't think that the knife would lose any sharpness, the cans are really easy to bend and cut. BUt I would reccomend NOT using the ice inside the cna if you're going to use a kitchen knife, I tried it that way (didn't have my exacto and was in a crafting frenzy) and it didn't work in the least. Here's mine, I used an exacto knife, and no ice inside the can... I think the kitchen knife would come to about the smae effect....
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