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391  Re: Summer Nerd Games --May15, 2013-September 2, 2013-- JOIN ANY TIME! in Craftalongs by Mistress Jennie on: May 31, 2013 04:24:39 PM
Goodness, this thread has moved so fast, I haven't been able to keep up or post since it opened.  Thankfully life seems to be settling down for summer now, so I can finally get involved here.  Since I haven't had time to post these projects until now, I'll hope the Game Mistress will forgive the mega-long post!  (I also hope I've posted things correctly!!!)


Challenge: Randomizer -Scrap Heap - May
Team: Team-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named
Project Geekdom (if any): Harry Potter
Bonus Points: Discovery, Nerdy & Declared Geekdom
Project Name: Gryffindor Shrine
Project Page Link: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=424148.msg5043600#msg5043600
Brief Description: I am currently participating in the Shrine Swap (partnered with our lovely Headmistress).  Since I've never really made a shrine, I decided to do a practice one first.  This is my Gryffindor Shrine.  It was made from the lid of an old candy tin.  I mod podged paper onto the back and inside, then covered the inside rim with vintage velvet ribbon that wraps to the outside edge.  The lion head was originally silver, but I covered it in antique gold rub & buff, and then antiqued it with a bit of black craft paint.  Highlights were added to the mane and eyes with some bright gold Smooch.  The wand and Sword of Gryffindor are both pewter charms that had broken loops, so I covered them with jewels.  The token hanging from the bottom says "Courageous" and is from Tim Holtz.  Some red glass heart beads and fun fur complete the little shrine.

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Challenge: Multi-Media - Red Pill - May
Team: Team-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named
Project Geekdom (if any): Harry Potter
Bonus Points: Nerdy & Declared Geekdom
Project Name: Order of the Phoenix Charm Bracelet
Project Page Link (if available): http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=424081.msg5042077#msg5042077
Brief Description: Even when the truth is painful, I'd still always take truth over lies any day.  Here is my ode to truth, in all it's harsh reality.  This bracelet celebrates the members of the Order of the Phoenix, who bravely fought in both the first and second Wizarding War to defeat Voldemorte and the Death Eaters.  It contains 17 charms representing various members of the Order, and is made entirely of semi precious stones, shell & freshwater pearl beads. The charms include: Top Hat for Dedalus Diggle, Lightning Bolt for Harry Potter, Claddagh for the entire Weasley Family, Stag for James Potter, Cat for Arabella Figg, Elder Wand for Dumbledore, Wolf for Tonks & Lupin, Book for Hermoine, a Phoenix, Spinning Blue Eye for Mad Eye Moody, Lion for Prof. McGonnagall, Sword of Gryffindor for Neville, Motorbike for Sirius, Doe for Lily Potter, Scales of Justice for Kingsley Shaklebolt, Umbrella for Hagrid, and a Potion Bottle for Snape. The beads include jasper, goldstone, carnelian, banded agate, river shell, dyed jade, freshwater pearls, amber, and red coral.  


  

Challenge: Textbook - Prime Numbers - May
Team: Team-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named
Project Geekdom (if any): Harry Potter
Bonus Points: none
Project Name: Protection & Well Being Bracelets

Brief Description: For this challenge I've made two bracelets out of semi-precious stones and pewter charms.  (The first bracelet features 17 quartzite beads, and the second has 19 amethyst beads.  Both of these are prime numbers.)  The first one was made for our Game Master pinkleo, and features a Hamsa charm, to protect her from the evil eye, or whatever else might be lurking out there in the great wide world.  The second bracelet is for myself.  I've been going to yoga regularly for the last year, and feel great doing it, but I know that I'm not always focusing as much as I should on my breath.  This bracelet was made to remind me to do that.  The beads are amethyst, which is thought to have healing properties, and the charm is a person sitting in lotus position.  
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Challenge: Wordy - Haiku - May
Team: Team-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named
Project Geekdom (if any): None
Bonus Points: include which bonus points you think you've earned
Project Name: Bunny in the Berry Patch Bookmark

Brief Description: I stopped at the farmer's market on my way home from work yesterday and spotted some deep purple blackberries.  I couldn't resist eating a few in the car.  Here's my haiku inspired by their deliciousness.

Bright berry jewels,
Warmed in the hot summer sun.
Hop along home now.

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Challenge: Fandom - Worth the Wait - May
Team: Team-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named
Project Geekdom: Harry Potter
Bonus Points: Discovery, Nerdy & Declared Geekdom
Project Name: Harry Potter Altered Journal/Spell Book
Project Page Link: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=424083.msg5042080#msg5042080
Brief Description: I actually conceived of this project in December, when I was given the blank journal as a Christmas Present from a co-worker.  Since I wanted to do it, I pulled out some supplies to use with it, but since I didn't have a person in mind to make it for, it languished on my desk for months.  (Sometimes I stacked things on top of it and forgot it was there.)  Then in mid-April pinkleo put out the word for a Swap Angel for the lovely teag in the One Awesome Harry Potter Thing Swap.  Since I found a bunch of altered books & spell books on teag Pinterest, I knew this needed to go to her.  Sadly, I still had a few weeks of the semester, so I didn't get in more than a little time here and there throughout the end of April.  In May I started on it more hardcore, only to be hit with Appendicitis right after school let out.  About a week after surgery I was finally able to sit down and complete this never-ending work-in-progress.  I spent over 60 hours on it total, but I was thrilled with how it came out, especially since Altered Journaling was totally new to me.  
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392  Re: HP Craftalong ~Spring Semester 2013~ *Join at any time!* in Craftalongs by Mistress Jennie on: May 31, 2013 03:35:04 PM
What an end of the semester!  There have been so many great projects posted today.  Here are my last 4 of the semester.  One class, two challenges and a NEWT.

Challenge: Accio Books!
House: Gryffindor!
Brief Description: 25 books sent off to Read Indeed!

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Challenge: Horcrux Hunt - Nagini
House: Gryffindor!
Project Name: Gryffindor Shrine

Project Page Link (if available): http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=424148.msg5043600#msg5043600
Brief Description: I am currently participating in the Shrine Swap (partnered with our lovely Headmistress).  Since I've never really made a shrine, I decided to do a practice one first.  This is my Gryffindor Shrine.  It was made from the lid of an old candy tin.  I mod podged paper onto the back and inside, then covered the inside rim with vintage velvet ribbon that wraps to the outside edge.  The lion head was originally silver, but I covered it in antique gold rub & buff, and then antiqued it with a bit of black craft paint.  Highlights were added to the mane and eyes with some bright gold Smooch.  The wand and Sword of Gryffindor are both pewter charms that had broken loops, so I covered them with jewels.  The token hanging from the bottom says "Courageous" and is from Tim Holtz.  Some red glass heart beads and fun fur complete the little shrine.

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Class: Transfiguration
House: Gryffindor!
Project Name: Bunny in the Berry Patch Bookmark

Project Page Link (if available):
Brief Description: I found these sweet little rabbit charms in my stash, and decided to pull out my Vintaj supplies to whip up a little book mark with them.  The brass bookmark has been embossed, then painted with verdigris, and sanded.  The leaves have been painted or highlighted with verdigris, and the bunny was painted with agate and highlighted with a bit of gold shimmer.  Finally some plummy purple pearls and purple AB Czech glass beads and brass bead caps stand in for berries.
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NEWT Subject: Charms
House: Gryffindor!
Project Name: Two Faithful Souls Afghan

Project Page Link: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=424147.0#axzz2UuaEVY4Y
Brief Description: My NEWT is finally done!  I finished weaving in the last of the ends this morning, just in time for Advanced Studies Friday, and the end of the semester.  I'm not sure of the total size of the ghan, but it is plenty big enough for two people to snuggle under.  I can't wait for the bride and groom to receive it.  Cheesy
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393  Gryffindor Shrine in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Mistress Jennie on: May 31, 2013 03:33:29 PM
I'm currently in the Shrine Swap being run by the lovely lindyv321.  Since I've never made a shrine before, I decided to do a practice one before diving into the real thing.  This is my Gryffindor Shrine.  It was made from the lid of an old candy tin.  I mod podged scrapbooking paper onto the back and inside, then covered the inside rim with vintage velvet ribbon that wraps to the outside edge.  The lion head was originally silver, but I covered it in antique gold rub & buff, and then antiqued it with a bit of black craft paint.  Highlights were added to the mane and eyes with some bright gold Smooch.  The wand and Sword of Gryffindor are both pewter charms that had broken loops, so I covered them with jewels.  The token hanging from the bottom says "Courageous" and is from Tim Holtz.  Some red glass heart beads and fun fur complete my little shrine.  Now to dive into the "real" one!





EDIT:  I have been searching for the tutorial I referenced when putting this together.  The lovely rackycoo put together an EXCELLENT tutorial on making Altered Altoids Tins.  Be sure to check it out!
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394  Two Faithful Souls Afghan for a friend's wedding in Crochet: Completed Projects by Mistress Jennie on: May 31, 2013 03:28:13 PM
I've finally completed my third afghan!  This one is for a friend's wedding. The pattern is the Kew Gardens, which is available for free from Lion Brand. The yarn is Loops & Threads Country Loom from Michael's in Warm Cream, Ocean Tide and Rodeo.  They were chosen to match her wedding colors.  Now it just has to be boxed up and mailed away.  Cheesy



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395  ~*Diagon Alley*~ in Craftalongs by Mistress Jennie on: May 31, 2013 09:04:46 AM

~*Diagon Alley*~
"Did he say diagonally?"


The Blushing Lion
Our awesome Headmistress has donated a wonderful crocheted Market Bag!

*Ships within US*


Mistress Jennie's Handmade Jewelry
MistressJennie on Etsy has donated a lovely Steampunk Necklace & Earrings Set!
 

Secondly, MistressJennie has donated 3 of these adorable Owl Post Bookmarks as prizes specifically for our Summer BINGO winners!

*Ships US orders via First Class Mail & worldwide via parcel post*


Imprinter Gifts
Patty_o_Furniture has been so kind as to donate an amazing hand carved rubber stamp from her Etsy Shop, Imprinter Gifts.

*Ships worldwide via parcel post*


Pottermouth's Yarn Pavillion
The fantastic pottermouth has generously donated a full skein (210 yards) of hand-dyed Ravenclaw blue yarn!

*ships worldwide*


Noodle's Notions Nest
The utterly fantastic noodle-bug has kindly offered a *custom* mini-hoop (4"-5"), based on the winner's favorite HP character, magical item, or quote!  Check out this example of her mad stitching skills!

*ships worldwide*


My Wyld Child
The very thoughtful Audania1 has donated an awesome yarn bowl from her Etsy Shop, My Wyld Child.

*+ships within US+*


WhistleFish's Wonderporium
The wonderful WhistleFish has generously donated a medium Flat-Rate box filled with crafting supplies, including scrapbooking supplies, embellishments, ribbons, twine, yarn, pattern books, and more!
*Ships within US*


The Knitting Fierency
Specializing in fairtrade donated unicorn hair.
The lovely lelyonna has donated a wonderful handcrafted headband. 

*Ships Worldwide*



Want to advertise your Etsy or Artfire shop, while helping out the HPC?  Donate an item to Diagon Alley!  All donated items will become prizes awarded for things like End of the Semester Feast, completion of OWLS/NEWTS, or Challenge Awards throughout the semester.  If you would like to donate a prize to the HPC, please send an Owl to jennieingram & pinkleo, listing what you are offering, and where you are willing to ship that item to.  Please include a picture or a link to a picture, and the name of your shop & a link to it so that we may mention it in the post.
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396  ~*Witch of the Week*~ in Craftalongs by Mistress Jennie on: May 31, 2013 09:01:57 AM
~*Witch of the Week*~

Our THREE Witches of the Week are...
Abbeeroad for her Transfiguration NEWT, the hippy-tastic Vanishing Tee Shirt Quilt!



tiamatfire for her Charms OWL, the beautiful Pacific Sweater!



And lelyonna for her History of Magic OWL, the stunning Galadriel Costume!



All of you lovely ladies have earned the Witch of the Week Badge below.   Kiss




To claim your badge, just click the image; it will open another window with a larger image, which you can right click and save to your computer.  Then, you can do whatever you wish with it.  Ideas on how to use your badges: as an avatar, put it in your profile under Brief Bio, or create a pinterest board for all your badges.

Previous Witches of the Week
FiberAlchemist for her the Zig Zag Quilt
midkiffsjoy for her Vintage Sewing Machine Refurbishment
travelgirl for her the Multi Textured Shawl
noodle-bug for her Accio Nerds! Hoopla Trio
patty_o_furniture for her HP Zen Doodle
pinkleo for her Daydream Charms Blankie
WhistleFish, for her Summer Garden Throw


***Please note that Witch of the Week is a bi-weekly event.***  Wink
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397  ~*Detention in the Dungeons*~ (Work-In-Progress Completion Posts) in Craftalongs by Mistress Jennie on: May 31, 2013 08:58:45 AM
~*Detention in the Dungeons*~


This semester there will be three Detention Challenges, one for each month.  You are welcome to do any, all, or none of these challenges.  (Remember, they are just here to help get your crafty juices flowing!)  All Detention projects may be turned in anytime during the semester, regardless of what the newest Challenge is, up until the semester ends on August 31st.  (For example, you may turn in June or July challenges in August.)


June Challenge: Kitchen Duty
Darn!  Mr. Filch has caught you sneaking an entire chocolate gateaux out of the Great Hall, in an attempt throw a post Quidditch game party in your common room. Fortunately your Head of House has overruled his decision to have you hung by your ankles in the dungeons.  Instead you have been ordered to spend all of Saturday helping the House Elves in the Kitchens.  But with summer temperatures rising, the heat in the kitchens is getting unbearable!  Help keep the House Elves cool by whipping up a recipe that DOES NOT heat up the kitchen.  For this challenge you must post a picture & a complete recipe that does not require an oven or stove top.  You may make use of a microwave, crock pot, or toaster if you wish.  So what are you waiting for?  Share your favorite cool salads, microwave mug cake or summertime crock pot dinner, so we can all go outside and sit by the Black Lake!



July Challenge:
Ugh, Detention with Snape yet again.  He is loving keeping you away from Quidditch and your friends.  This week will be a repeat of last week; copying over old Detention Records.  To complete your Detention, you must finish a WIP (Work in Progress). WIPs can be projects that you just haven't quite finished or projects that you bought all the supplies for but never got around to actually making.  If possible, post before and after pics in the thread.  So get going!  The sooner you start, the sooner you'll finish and can go find out who won the Quidditch Match.



August Challenge:
It's the dead of August and you are out of school, and mercifully you are even out of the Dursley's house!  But while staying with the Weasley's does involve being fed 3 wonderful meals a day from Molly, it also means helping out with many chores.  This month Molly is frantically trying to get Shell Cottage ready for Bill & Fleur to move in after their wedding.  There's the garden, which is overrun with Chizpurfles.  A rogue Hippogriff seems to have built a nest in the attic out of musty old drapes.  And then there's the boring tasks like scrubbing the floors, raking the sand out front, and even sweeping out the hearth so it can be reconnected to the Floo Network.  Since there's no chance of sneaking off to the craft store for supplies, for this challenge, you must craft something either using some of the shells found around the cottage, or something inspired by shells & sea life.


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398  ~*Deputy Headmistress' Office*~ in Craftalongs by Mistress Jennie on: May 31, 2013 08:54:13 AM
Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans
A risk with every mouthful!

"You want to be careful with these. When they say every flavor, they mean every flavor - you know you get all the ordinary ones like chocolate and peppermint and marmalade, but then you can get spinach and liver and tripe. George reckons he had a bogey-flavored one once." - Ron Weasley

Its no secret that Hogwarts students love sweets.  And teachers, Headmasters & Headmistresses have been known to enjoy their share of treats too.  Therefore, your brilliant Headmistresses have devised an epic new *series* of Mini-Challenges for you.  


Every two weeks we will pull a new bean out of the bag.  Each bean will be the inspiration for a mini-challenge.  Students may complete and post a craft based on that theme to earn extra House Points, and a Badge for that challenge.  Once a new challenge is posted, the old one is gone and cannot be entered.  As with all things in the HPC, you are welcome to do any, all, or none of these challenges.  They are just a way to inspire your own magical crafting adventures.

And this weeks bean is...
HONEY!

It's a virtual hive of activity around here as Queen Bee pinkleo & I try to get the last of the semester's happenings done.  We've been busy as bee's on Quidditch, BINGO, and this last Bertie Bott's Bean.  You might say this last one of the semester is the bee's knees.  It's as sweet as honey.  In fact, it IS honey!  For this challenge you must craft as our industrious little friends do, and create something from flowers.  This can be made of actual flowers, dried flowers, or include something floral in the motif.  I'm so buzzed up about this one, that I have an entire list of lovely Craftster crafted examples. 

Create a Flower Crown with this awesome Tutorial
Cook up a batch of Lilac or Violet Jelly
Use some of summer's blooms to make a Pressed Flower Box
Crochet a Scarf of Roses to keep you remembering summer well into the autumn
Brew up some Dandelion Wine now to brighten your winter blues away
Try your hand at Coffee Filter Roses
Create the perfect touch for your Faire or Halloween nymph costume with a Poppy Mask
Hook up a Field of Daisies Afghan
Flower Power Earrings can brighten up your outfit
And why not a Daffodil Fused Glass Pendant to match?
Fabric Flower Hair Clips make lovely gifts for the young ones, or the young at heart


***Please forgive the bee puns.  I have a new student working for me and she is the undisputed Queen of Puns.  I blame her entirely.  Wink***

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399  Re: HP Craftalong ~Spring Semester 2013~ *Join at any time!* in Craftalongs by Mistress Jennie on: May 29, 2013 07:41:33 AM
Class: History of Magic
House: Gryffindor
Project Name: Spell Book for teag

Project Page Link (if available): http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=424083.0#axzz2UgerEQ00

Brief Description: I recently completed this altered journal/spell book for the lovely teag, as an Angel package for the One Awesome Harry Potter Thing Swap. I started with a ready-made journal.  The outside of the journal was distressed.  The original fold-around cover was cut, and reglued, so that it would always be open at the end.  The pages were distressed with ink, water, and tea.  Each page was created as a sort of collage, with bits of die cuts, tape, stickers, sketches, watercolor paints, and anything else I found around my house & the clearance section at the local craft stores.  The idea is that this is a notebook that would have been kept by a former Hogwarts Student.  In this case, belonging to Eupraxia Mole, the Headmistress who served just before Prof. Dippet.

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Challenge: Battle of Hogwarts
House: Gryffindor
Project Name: Order of the Phoenix Bracelet

Project Page Link (if available): http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=424081.0#axzz2UgerEQ00

Brief Description: As soon as Pinkleo issued a challenge to "Remember the Battle of Hogwarts", and I just knew what I had to make. This bracelet features 17 charms, representing various members of the Order of the Phoenix, and is made entirely of semi precious stones, shell & freshwater pearl beads.

The charms include: Top Hat for Dedalus Diggle, Lightning Bolt for Harry Potter, Claddagh for the entire Weasley Family, Stag for James Potter, Cat for Arabella Figg, Elder Wand for Dumbledore, Wolf for Tonks & Lupin, Book for Hermoine, a Phoenix, Spinning Blue Eye for Mad Eye Moody, Lion for Prof. McGonnagall, Sword of Gryffindor for Neville, Motorbike for Sirius, Doe for Lily Potter, Scales of Justice for Kingsley Shaklebolt, Umbrella for Hagrid, and a Potion Bottle for Snape.  The beads include jasper, goldstone, carnelian, banded agate, river shell, dyed jade, freshwater pearls, amber, and red coral.

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400  Harry Potter Altered Journal/Spell Book ~ Pic HEAVY in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Mistress Jennie on: May 29, 2013 07:25:13 AM
I recently completed this altered journal/spell book for the lovely teag, as an Angel package for the One Awesome Harry Potter Thing Swap.  Teag had several altered books & art journal links on her Pinterest, so I decided to go WAY outside my comfort zone, and create a magical notebook for her. 

I started with a ready-made journal, which in hindsight may not have been the best idea.  As I added more into the journal, it grew so much thicker, that I had to remove over 30 sheets of paper by the time I was done!  If I were to do this again, I think I might lay out each page first, then stitch them into segments, and then stitch them into a cover.  The outside of the journal was distressed with Tim Holtz distressing ink pads, and a gold ink pad.  The original fold-around cover was cut, and reglued, so that it would always be open at the end, instead of covered by the original fold around cover.  The pages were distressed with ink, water, and tea.  Each page was created as a sort of collage, with bits of die cuts, tape, stickers, sketches, watercolor paints, and anything else I found around my house & the clearance section at the local craft stores. 

The project was great fun, but took much more time than I had initially anticipated.  (My hats off to you paper crafters!)  It was about 3 weeks of work, in between other projects, and made quite a mess of my normally neat craft table. 

The cover, which is embellished with metal buttons, a Tim Holtz Ornate Plate and braided trim:


Detail of the bookmark charms, a Vintaj key & Tim Holtz Inspiration charm:


Cover Page, with a Railway receipt from the Hogwarts Express & luggage tag from the Leaky Cauldron:


Title Page for Spells section. The real vintage photo was found in a junk shop near my house.


Alohamora & Open Your Heart pages, decorated with chipboard letters, random ephemera and a painting:


Confundo, Diffindo, Engorgio & Expecto Patronum Spells with bits from 7 Gypsies:


Expelliarmus, Immobilus & Lumos:


Obliviate, Protego & Reparo.  The little portrait is saying "A spell in time, saves nine!"


Scourgify, Tergeo & Wingardium Leviosa, with more die cuts and random ephemera:


Magical Creatures Title Page, with a map of confirmed Nogtail sightings.  The fish is thinking "It does not due to dwell on dreams and forget to live".


Basilisk, with a sketch, green jewels, and a Slytherin banner:


Cornish Pixie:


Dragon & Dragon Ladie's All-Witch Quidditch Team Pages:


Phoenix, with a bit of a page from an old calendar and some burgundy & gold jewels:


Sphinx & riddles page:


Unicorn & Imagination page:


Divination Title Page:


Tassomancy Symbols, page 1:


Tassomancy Symbols, page 2:


Tarot Card Reading as Homework (for Padma Patil):


Palmistry Homework (reading for Luna Lovegood):


Love Potion #9 & Daydreaming Pages:


Ravenclaw Pride pages:


Portions & Poisons End Pages:


That's all the pages!  If you've waded through them all, thank you!  While there were some very trying moments while crafting, I very pleased with how it came out overall, and I hope it has found a lovely new home with teag.


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