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1  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / My New Craft Studio on: August 27, 2014 02:17:21 PM
In the last 8 months, I've had a lot of life changes.  My husband got an amazing new job, which brought us to Nashville.  In doing so I gave up my job teaching costuming at a university and am now focusing on my Etsy shop full time.  Since I've been working in busy costumes shops for my entire adult life, with lots of other noisy happy artists, I knew that the switch to solitary work days would be big for me.  I was worried about getting a bit depressed being on my own all day, so I decided that my new studio had to be a fantastically welcoming place, where I would enjoy being all day.  This is the result!

First a teaser pic...



And now, lets start at the beginning...  View from the door, including my happy rainbow rug, and my giant squashy armchair.  You can see the dreamcatcher FiberAlchemist made just above the chair.


Beside the chair is my newly finished gallery wall!  Lots of treasures there, but two of my favorites are shadowboxes.  An Outlander inspired one by Knickertwist and Gryffindor one by pinkleo.  The giant safety pin came from T.J. Maxx, and I made the wooden button out of a wood charger from the craft store. The black and white mandala piece was done by a former student.


On the opposite wall is my main work area and supplies storage.  The left side bookcases, full of craft supplies like paint, brushes, markers, glitter, colored pencils, hand sewing supplies, etc.


Main desk area, with most often used tools, and all my jewelry supplies.  Beads, charms, findings, etc. 


Crowning my desk is a shelf full of many of my favorite treasures.  Mostly items made by my Craftster crushes. 
(Left to right Fashion Matchbox by spidermom, wooden TARDIS box by lanikins, Dream Shrine by pinkleo, Steampunk Fairy Shrine by rackycoo, Alter Moon Spool by jillybeans, Sewing Shrine by pinkleo, Slug & Jiggers Apothecary Storefront by Knickertwist, the king & queen we used as cake toppers on our wedding cake, Gryffindor Pencil Cup by endymion, and Theatre Matchbox from cackle.)


Right side bookshelves, full of a few more treasures, all of my completed jewelry, and shipping supplies.  Currently my computer is on a small rolling desk, so it can be moved around to my armchair, or out to the living room.


And I actually have closet space!  DH and I built some cubbies from Target, and I spent two days organizing the rest of my stash into them.  The 3x3 cubby contains scrap fabrics in bins, and yardage folded below.


Beside that is a 4x4 cubbie, full of yarn, wood & glass crafts, paper crafting bits and bobs. 




Ironing board, large scale artwork from grad school, and filling bins for sewing patterns and my shop paperwork.


I'm such a lucky girl!
2  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / HP Craftalong ~Fall Semester 2014~ *Join Anytime* on: August 25, 2014 05:14:31 PM



~Harry Potter Craftalong ~Fall Semester 2014~

~*Begins September 1, 2014*~
~*Ends November 30, 2014*~

Welcome to Hogwarts!
The Harry Potter Craftalong (HPC) is not your typical craftalong; we are gathered here to celebrate our love of crafting and the Wonderful World of Harry Potter.  In the HPC you will be completing classes and challenges with your skills in crafty magic.  These classes and challenges all have HP centered themes, but your crafts do not have to be Harry Potter."  Your mission, as a student at Hogwarts, is to complete at least one class or challenge during this semester.  You may join any time during the semester.  I hope you join us; the HPC is a great way to stretch your crafty muscles, meet HP crafters, and have fun!


~*HPC PROJECTS*~
---The HPC is here to help us each finish projects and to explore new challenges as we better our crafting skills.  Prompts and guidelines are there to help stimulate creativity and growth; the size and complexity of the project submitted should reflect a level of personal growth and challenge over the time you spend in the HPC.
---Projects for the HPC should represent your best crafty skills.  Take pride in your work.  Classes and challenges should take a minimum of 30 minutes to make.  
---A project can only be submitted for one class/challenge (the same project cannot be entered in multiple categories) unless noted in prompt (it will be CLEARLY noted if allowed).
---Projects must be turned in within the timeframe designated by the type of assignment or challenge.
---For a project to be counted, it must have a picture or picture link included.  If your item is a private piece, you may submit a picture link to one of the headmistresses.
---For any cooking/food project, in addition to a photo, you must post a complete recipe, or link to the complete recipe you used.  No recipe = no points.  [EDIT due to questions: *For our purposes, a "complete recipe" means it includes a full set of ingredients, and step-by-step instructions that another HPC member could replicate themselves at home.
---There is SO MUCH to do in the HPC.  Do not feel like you have to craft everything.  Think of the HPC as a "Choose Your Own Adventure".  Craft what inspires you, but don't try to do everything and get burned out.  Keep in mind these wise words , "It does not do to dwell on lists and forget to craft."  


~*HOW TO TURN IN A PROJECT*~
For each assignment/challenge, use this header:
Class/Challenge/House Pride:
SPEW: (If your item is for charity, enter that here; if not leave blank or add n/a.)
House:
Project Name:
Project Page Link (if available):
Brief Description: (how it fits the requirements, pattern/techniques/recipe used, any fun tips, etc.)
Project Picture:
Feel free to also include your house and any storycrafting you've created for your project.
---You can add more than one project to your post, but a header must be used for each project.


~*HPC FAQs*~
---How long is a semester?  Semesters are as follows: WINTER- December, January, February; SPRING-March, April, May; SUMMER-June, July, August; FALL-September, October, November.
---When can I join?  You can join anytime in the semester.
---Do I have to sign-up to join this craftalong? No, all you have to do is post in the thread a hi or completed project post.
---How do I complete a semester/earn my year? To complete a semester/year, you only have to complete one class or challenge during the semester.
---What timezone do we use?  We use Headmistress pinkleo's Central Timezone (Texas time).
---Do you sort me?  NO, you will decide which house you belong to, but you can only choose one.
---I have a problem or question; who can I ask?  You can send a Personal Message (PM) to Headmistress Mistress Jennie.  You can also ask specific questions to HPC staff.  And you can post your question in the thread; our students are very helpful!
---Can I turn in something I did earlier? With a very few exceptions the answer is NO!  You must complete your project during the current semester. Exceptions are Detention and OWLs; look for details about these projects in their information posts.
---Are we swapping? No, this is not an organized swap.  We are just encouraging crafting with a HP twist.  But if you enjoy swapping, keep an eye out for HP themed swap info in our thread.
---Do I have to craft all the classes and challenges? NO, you pick what you inspires you.  There is tons to choose from so choose your own HP Craft Adventure through the castle.
---What kind of projects are allowed for classes/challenges? If Craftster has a category for it, then it is a viable HPC project.  And since Craftster has a board for almost everything, your choices are vast.
---Does my craft project have to be Harry Potter themed? NO, if your item fulfills the class/challenge prompt, then it can be posted in the HPC.  Above all, we are here to encourage crafting.


~*House Points*~
~*Your triumphs will earn you points*~
Points System
15 points for a Class Assignment & Challenge*
100 points for OWLs
150 points for NEWTs
10 points extra for SPEW aka Charity Items

House Points Guidelines
--- *You cannot double dip for Class & Challenge points.  For example, if you turn-in a project for Herbology & Geminio, then you would get 2 badges but only 15 points for the project.
---You cannot get credit for a class or challenge twice.  For example, if you turn in 2 Alchemy projects, then you will only get points for the first one.
--- SPEW points are extra credit.  You can earn SPEW points for each project you turn in if it goes to charity.  You do not have to give the charity's name, just that you are donating to a certain cause.  (I happen to know that some Battered Women's Shelters don't like their names/locations posted.) SPEW projects must be clearly marked with SPEW to earn extra points.  I suggest adding it to your header.  Also, SPEW project can be turned in as stand-alone projects; they will earn 10 points.  Unlike most projects, you can turn in more than one SPEW project for points.
---HPC Challenge Points do not include House Challenges.  For Example, a Gryffindor Lion-along project would not count for points unless it also fulfills a HPC Class or HPC Challenge.
--- To determine House Cup Winner, an average from the points accumulated per house and the number of members per house.  If there is a tie, then more than one house will win the cup.  Note, a House Member is someone who has turned in at least 1 project.
--- Don't stress over House Points, but do craft your personal best. (This varies from person to person.  And I'm not really worried about "crafting your best" bit because HPCers are amazing crafters!)



~*HPC Portkeys*~
Headmistress Tower & Badge Station
Diagon Alley
Magician of the Month (Replaces Witch of the Week)
Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Bean Grab Bag
Wizard & Witch Career Placement Agency
Pinterest Pixie's Projects Page
Hogwarts Kitchens

House Keys
7th Floor Gryffindor
Hufflepuff PARTY Common Room
Ravenclaw Tower
Slytherin Dungeon



Professors' Classrooms
Detention in the Dungeons
Alchemy Dungeon
Arithmancy
Astronomy Tower
Care of Magical Creatures
Defense Against the Dark Arts
Divination
Herbology
History of Magic
Muggle Studies
Dungeon 5: Potions
Classroom 1B: Transfiguration
Ordinary Wizarding Levels
Nastily Exhausting Wizarding Tests


~*The Great Hall OT Chat*~

Craftster craftalongs are for crafting and crafting encouragement.  If you would like to talk off-topic, such as in-depth Harry Potter discussions, then please visit The Great Hall.  Thank you for keeping the HPC within Craftster guidelines.


~*Fall HPC Staff*~
Headmistress Mistress Jennie

Gryffindor Head of House WhistleFish
Hufflepuff Head of House Moonflame
Ravenclaw Head of House FiberAlchemist
Slytherin Head of House DragonChilde

Alchemy Professor Inselaeffchen
Apparition POSITION OPEN
Arithmancy Professor noodle-bug
Astronomy Professor DragonChilde
Care of Magical Creatures & Divination Professor ErinAquaheart
Charms Professor POSITION OPEN
Defense Against the Dark Arts Professor tiamatfire
Flying Professor POSITION OPEN
Herbology Professor Inselaeffchen
History of Magic & Muggle Studies Professor WhistleFish
Potions Professor noodle-bug
Study of Ancient Runes POSITION OPEN
Transfiguration Professor calliemae

Kitchen Elf FiberAlchemist

Badge Baronesses BadWolf314, FiberAlchemist, Mistress Jennie, pinkleo, WhistleFish,
Pinterest Pixie Inselaeffchen
Spreadsheet Sorceress & Math Magician Mistress Jennie
3  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Dairy Free Bubble Tea (Can be Vegan-friendly!) on: August 10, 2014 08:33:03 AM
I have loved bubble tea since my husband introduced me to it 10 years ago.  Sadly, in that time, I've also become highly lactose intolerant, making it hard to go out for bubble tea in restaurants, since most use various mixes to make the milk tea, some of which contain dairy, and some of which don't.  Since he language barrier can be a problem at some Asian restaurants in my area, I've switched to making bubble tea at home, which is really rather easy, and you get to control what goes in it!  Also, since most tapioca pearls are vegan (made of starch rather than gelatin), by swapping out the honey for agave, you can easily make it vegan friendly.



For 1 serving you will need:
2 Teaspoons Strong black tea (preferably loose leaf tea)
Almond Milk, or other non-dairy milk of choice
cup Tapioca Pearls
1-2 Tablespoons Honey (or Agave if you'd like it to be vegan)
Almond or other flavored extract of your choice (optional)
2 cup glass measuring cup
Tea Ball or Tea Strainer
16-20 oz. glass
Bubble Tea or Smoothie Straw



Set the tea kettle to boil.  Place two teaspoons of tea into a large tea ball.  Pour just over 1 cup of water over the tea and allow to steep for 5 minutes.  (You want a good strong cup of tea to stand up to the milk and honey you will be adding.)  Once the tea is steeped, remove the tea ball and add enough ice to make 1 cups of tea.  (I like to do this is a 2 cup measuring cup.)  Add 1-3 drops of almond extract to the tea.  Stir.  By the time you make the tapioca pearls, the tea will be nice and cold.



Meanwhile place 3 cups of water in a medium sauce pan, and bring to a boil over high heat.  Once the water is boiling, slowly pour in the tapioca pearls and stir gently.  Allow to boil for about 5 minutes.  At this point the pearls should be very plump.

Cover the pan, and reduce heat to low.  Set the time for 5 minutes. 



Once the 5 minutes are up, use the lid of the pan to help you strain out the water.  Add the honey or agave to the tapioca pearls.  This not only sweetens your final beverage, but also helps the pearls from becoming hard or grainy.  Stir gently, and allow the pearls to soak in the honey for 2-3 minutes.



Pour the pearls and honey into a large glass.  (For reference this is a 20 ounce glass.)  Fill the glass to full of tea, and then add some almond milk.  Use your bubble tea straw to stir gently to combine the milk and tea.  Let rest 1-2 minutes, so the tapioca pearls cool slightly in the tea, and stir again.  Now go enjoy your bubble tea!  Preferably on the porch with a great book!

4  Craft Swaps / ACTIVE SWAPS WHERE SIGN-UP PERIOD HAS CLOSED / Back to Hogwarts 5 - CLOSED; SENDOUTS OCT 10 on: August 05, 2014 07:58:21 AM

Swap name: Back to Hogwarts Round 5
Craftster member who is organizing this swap: Mistress Jennie
Craftster memeber who is co-organizing this swap: FiberAlchemist
Sign-up date range: August 5- August 22@4PM CT
Date to send item by: October 10


Limited to a certain number of people? no
Restricted to people who all live in the same country? no


Swap Organizer herself meets these conditions:
- Has fully read the Swap Info Guide: YES
- Has successfully completed two swaps as a participant: YES
- Is not organizing more than three swaps right now: YES
- Will recruit a co-organizer or give all details to a Swap Moderator if this swap has more than 25 participants: YES
- Is at least 18 years old: YES

Swap Organizer will check each participant to make sure they meet these conditions:
- Has been a member for at least one month: YES
- Has posted at least 15 times: YES
- Has completed one swap successfully before signing up for multiple swaps at a time: YES
- Is not currently signed up for more than five swaps: YES
- Does not have any negative feedback: YES
- Participant has agreed that he/she is at least 16 years old: YES
- If within the US, understands that Delivery Confirmation number is required for this swap: YES
- If outside the US, understands that a mailing receipt copy is required for this swap: YES


Swap Decree: All swappers MUST post at least once in the swap signup thread.  ABOUT BEING A PARTICIPANT IN A SWAP: Joining a swap: "In addition, you must post in the signup thread. The thread is a major means of communication for the organizer and the swap participants."  This is not a rule I created, it is a Craftster rule, and one that is enforced.  Thank you in advance for following this important swap guideline. Kiss

I reserve the right to refuse anyone.  If you have feedback that shows a history of very late sending, ill-communication, incomplete packages, lack of DC#'s, etc. I may refuse you. I want this to be a flake-free swap. If you have questions, please feel free to contact me.



It's that time of year again, time to go back to school.  And if you received your letter, then it is time to pack you trunk and prepare to go back to Hogwarts.  So much to do, we better get started!

In this Round of Back to Hogwarts, we will craft 1 Large, 1 Medium, and 1 Small.  If you are unclear on what constitutes various sizes, please check this post on the Swap FAQ's.

And to stretch your crafty muscles and to keep with our theme, you can choose to craft any three of the following six options...

~* an item based on your partner's House preference
~* an item based on your partner's favorite Shop
~* an item based on your partner's favorite Class
~* an item based on your partner's favorite Spell, Curse, or Potion
~* an item based on your partner's favorite Character or Magical Creature
~* an item based on your partner's favorite Quote or Magical Object[/b][/size]


PACKAGE EXAMPLES:
Your partner's House is Ravenclaw, fave shop is Ollivanders, fave class is Potions, fave Spell is Expecto Patronum, fave Character is Luna, and fave Quote is "It does not due to dwell on dreams and forget to live".

You could make....
a LARGE Stenciled Ravenclaw Hoodie, a MEDIUM Wooden Wand, and a SMALL Pair of Luna's Raddish Earrings.  
OR
a LARGE embroidered Expecto Patronum Hoopla, a MEDIUM Cauldron Candle, and a SMALL bookmark with Dumbledore's quote.


You can self-partner aka IYP for this swap, if both people wish to be swap partners.  If you do this, please PM your partnering to the organizer before the close of signups.

If you want to participate, fill out the below questionnaire and send to organizer.
(Remember to send your info to the organizer via Private Message (PM) and not to reply with it here)

QUESTIONNAIRE TO ANSWER:
Name of swap: Back to Hogwarts 5
Craftster username:
Email address:
Your real name:
Mailing address including the country (as it should appear for shipping please):
Would you be willing to ship to an address outside your own country?
Confirm that are at least 16 years old or, if not, that you have moderator approval (yes/no):

What are you favorite crafts to make?
What kind of crafts would you like to receive?
Do you want useful or decorative items?
Any special wishes? (no guarantees)
Anything you really DON'T want to receive? (i.e. animal products, religious, adult", HP items you already have)
 
What house do you belong to/support?
What is your favorite magical shop?
What class would you be most interested in taking at Hogwarts?


Who/What is your favorite HP...
Spell/Charm/Curse/Potion?

Character?
Magical Creature?

Quote?
Magical Item?

Book?
Movie?
Actor?


Do you or anyone in your home smoke?
Do you have pets?
Are you allergic to anything?

What is your...
(answer only those you are interested in receiving)
shirt/tee size?
head measurement?
hand measurement (wrist to tip of mid finger)?
foot measurement? (shoe size & measurement in inches)
hips (where you would wear a belt):
preferred bracelet length?
preferred necklace length?
preferred bag/tote/purse size? (small, medium, large)

Are your ears pierced?

LIKES:
Colors:
Patterns/Symbols/Motifs:
Materials:

DISLIKES
Colors:
Patterns/Symbols/Motifs:
Materials:

Anything else to tell your partner? (A great place to list your blog, Facebook, pinterest,  etc.)

Remember to read the Swap Info Guide and Swap FAQs before participating in a swap.

Note about Personal Messages (PMs) to Organizer: Please label PMs to organizer with title of "Back to Hogwarts" or "Hogwarts".

Note about Communication: For a wonderful swap experience, communication is the key.  Please keep in touch with your partner.  Further, it would be nice if you would post in this thread at least once a week (you could just stop in for a quick hello.....or if on holiday or will be without internet access or anything of the such, just post a message....it gives your partner and organizer warm fuzzy feelings to know you are still around).

Notes about Sending, Receiving, and Feedback
  • SENDING: Take pictures of your items before you send.  When sending, you must use a DC# (or for overseas keep that receipt). Keep your receipt until your partner receives.  PM organizer and partner when you send.
  • RECEIVING: PM organizer and partner when you receive.  Take pictures of received items. (Please take quality pictures, like ones you would take of your work.)  Post pictures in gallery in a timely manner.
  • FEEDBACK: Given when a package is received (verified through PM or DC#) Detailed feedback will be given.  Examples: Sent Early or Lack of Communication: No PMs of Sending/Receiving.
.

ORGANIZER NOTE:  If you have additions or changes to your questionnaire after you signup, please hold onto them and PM them to your future partner.  THANK YOU! Kiss  ~*Please do PM if you decide to change houses so I can adjust your colors on the Student Roster.*~
5  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Cinderella Charm Bracelet on: July 24, 2014 06:10:34 PM
Another new bracelet tonight.  I have always been in love with fairy tales, and this bracelet was inspired by by one of the most beloved, Cinderella.  The charms include a mouse, pumpkin coach, horse, story book, magic wand, clock, fairy godmother, pumpkin, glass slipper, castle, princess, crowns, palace guard, ball gown, entwined hearts, & a wedding ring.  Thea beads are a mix of light sapphire blue, sparkling crystal clear, and velvet black.








6  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Gnome Charm Bracelet on: July 24, 2014 05:58:10 PM
Does anyone else miss the World of David the Gnome?  I do.  David, his wife Lisa, and his friend Swift the fox.  While thinking about that beloved childhood favorite last week, I designed this bracelet.  It's filled with gnomes, mushroom houses, oak leaves, acorns, squirrel, fox, owl, doe, stag, rabbit and a tree.  The beads are a mix of clear, dark teal and bright red, and include some stunning lampwork glass mushrooms.








7  HOME SWEET HOME / Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects / Teacup Birdfeeder on: July 11, 2014 08:11:19 AM
One of the hanging Morrocan style lanterns on my porch recently took a nasty tumble.  The result was a lot of shattered glass, and an empty hook just begging to be filled.  As our apartment overlooks a wooded area, there are also a lot of birds who frequent our porch and I had been meaning to get them a bird feeder.  But then I asked myself, why go buy one, when I can make one?



The inspiration came from this tutorial on My So Called Crafty Life: DIY Teacup Bird Feeder.  I picked up the teacup and saucer from Goodwill for $1, and all the other supplies came out of my stash, including the chain, oversized clasp, decorative clasps that I used in place of bails, charms and beads. 



The cup itself was cute, and had a raised leaf pattern on it, but it couldn't be seen well as it was unpainted, so I highlighted the leaves with enamel ceramics paint, and fired it in the oven.  A little E6000, some chain, and voila!  New bird feeder for my feathered friends.

8  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Doctor Who Dreamcatcher on: July 11, 2014 07:59:41 AM
As mentioned preciously, I recently organized a Dreamcatcher Swap, and was fortunate enough to swap with the lovely FiberAlchemist.  I had a very hard time deciding exactly what to make for her, as she had some many wonderful ideas pinned.  I was torn between a crafty themed dreamcatcher for her craft room, or a subtly geeky Doctor Who dreamcatcher, so I decided to try working on both, and see which one "clicked" for me during the crafting process.  This is the second one I started, a subtly geeky Doctor Who themed dreamcatcher.



The hoop is wrapped in black deerskin leather, with a web woven of royal blue embroidery floss.  The tiny TARDIS charm is on a blue clasp, that can be moved around on the web, or removed entirely for a less geeky look if desired.  The web also contains 5 swarovski crystal stars.  The fringe is made of strands of black and silver Schmaltz yarn, which is silky and contains tiny sequins dotted throughout it.


The first dreamcatcher I made for her can be seen here:
Crafty Style Silk Sari Dreamcatcher
9  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Crafty Style Silk Sari Dreamcatcher on: July 11, 2014 07:55:41 AM
I recently organized a Dreamcatcher Swap, and was fortunate enough to swap with the lovely FiberAlchemist.  I had a very hard time deciding exactly what to make for her, as she had some many wonderful ideas pinned.  I was torn between a crafty themed dreamcatcher for her craft room, or a subtly geeky Doctor Who dreamcatcher, so I decided to try working on both, and see which one "clicked" for me during the crafting process.  This is the first one I started, a crafty themed piece in shades of red and turquoise to match her craft room.

Here it is in its new home, FiberAlchemist's craft room.  (Aka, her "Lady Lair", which made me laugh out lout.)


The hoop is wrapped with a yarn that is made from recycled silk saris.  The webbing is pearled cotton embroidery thread, decorated with red crystal and turquoise star shaped shell beads.  The fringe is a mix of more silk sari yarn, and teal ribbon, accented with pearlized glass crow beads in red and turquoise.

And a few more shots taken at my home.






The second dreamcatcher I made for her can be seen here:  Geeky Doctor Who Dreamcatcher.
10  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Hot Air Ballooning Charm Bracelet on: July 11, 2014 07:44:16 AM
I've always been enchanted by the sight of the sky filled with colorful balloons. A rainbow of colored silks floating gracefully against a backdrop of azure blue and fluffy white clouds.  And actually riding in a balloon has been on my ultimate to-do list for years.  It seems each time the opportunity arises however, I'm thwarted in my efforts for some reason or another. (Seriously, I've been offered a ride several times, only to have things fall through at the last moment.)  And lately as I take my early morning walks, I've been seeing them out and about in the sky, teasing me evermore.  Since I haven't yet been able to take to the skies myself, I decided to do the next best thing.  Craft.   Wink

The bracelet features 17 Tibetan silver and pewter charms, and a mix of glass, Czech glass, crystal and stone beads in shades of sky, cerulean, cloudy white and clear. The charms include a multitude of balloons, clouds, rainbows, and the sun.








Soft winds and gentle landings to you all.
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