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241  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Potholder Swap (Sendouts 6/30/10) on: May 19, 2010 02:07:18 PM
Our awesome gallery can be found here: Potholder Swap Gallery

Swap name: Potholder Swap
Craftster member who is organizing this swap: jennieingram
Sign-up date range: May 19 June 2, 2010
Date to send item by: June 30, 2010

Limited to a certain number of people? (optional): No
Restricted to people who all live in the same country? NO

Swap Organizer himself/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: NO
- 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/NO
- Has posted at least 15 times: YES/NO
- Has completed one swap successfully before signing up for multiple swaps at a time: YES/NO
- Is not currently signed up for more than five swaps: YES/NO
- Does not have any negative feedback: YES/NO
- Participant has agreed that he/she is at least 16 years old: YES/NO
- If within the US, understands that Delivery Confirmation number is required for this swap: YES/NO
- If outside the US, understands that a mailing receipt copy is required for this swap: YES/NO

Details of swap:
Who wouldn't love something sweet and crafty to brighten up their kitchen?  In this swap we will be making 2-3 potholders for our partners.  Please indicate in your questionnaire whether you would prefer to make 2 OR 3. Potholders can be quilted/sewn, knitted, or crocheted.    

Swappers who are interested in swapping an additional item, such as a tea cozy, matching kitchen towel, or placemat, may indicate their interest in the questionnaire below. THIS IS NOT A REQUIREMENT.  It is just an option for those people who may be interested. I will attempt to match up people who are interested in this option, but I make no promises.  Swappers will be matched up first based on allergies & shipping, and then on swapping preferences.

As in all Craftster Swaps, DC#s are REQUIRED.

Posting pictures is required in this swap.  If you believe you will have trouble posting pictures for any reason, please mention this in the questionnaire below.  Please also take pictures of the items that you send, in case your partner has any unforeseen problems posting.

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

For a wonderful swap experience, communication is the key.  Please keep in touch with your partner and your organizer.

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 both partners packages have been received (verified through PM or DC#) and pictures have been posted.  

NOTE: Lack of communication and explanation, such as no PMs of sending/receiving, will be noted in your feedback.  

If you want to participate, information to send to organizer:

Name of swap: Potholder Swap
Craftster username:
Email address:
Your real name:
Mailing address including the country:
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)
Confirm that you understand that Delivery Confirmation (DC #s) are required. (YES/NO)

Do you understand that posting pictures is required in this swap, and do you have regular access to a camera? (If this is a serious problem, please talk to your organizer so something can be worked out for you.)

What types of potholders do you like to make?  (Quilted, crocheted, knitted, other?)
What kinds of potholders would you like to receive?
Do you have a favorite style of potholder?  Square, mitt, Crazy Zori, Pocket?
Would you like to make 2 or 3 potholders?  
What are your favorite colors?
What color and style is your kitchen?
Would you prefer something that matches your kitchen, or something to suit your personality?
Do you have a favorite theme or motif?

Are you intersted in swaping an additional object like dish towels, a tea cozy, placemat, etc.?  (THIS IS NOT A REQUIREMENT! Just an option for those who wish to do so.)
If so Is there anything else youd really love for your kitchen?

Do you have any allergies?
Do you, or any member of your household smoke?
Do you have any pets or other allergens in your home?
Do you have a wist or list of favorties to help your partner learn more about you?


Please label Personal Messages (PMs) to organizer with title of "Potholder Swap".  When you send, label message as "SENT: Potholder Swap".  Send this message to the organizer and your partner.  When you receive, label message as "RECEIVED: Potholder Swap".  Send this message to the organizer and your partner.

Also, always remember to read the Swap Info Guide to find other rules about participating in a swap.

Link to our original interest thread can be found here: Want to swap handmade potholders?
242  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Slow Cooker Mexican Lasagna on: May 16, 2010 04:24:23 PM
Slow Cooker Mexican Lasagna

Made this for my Crafternoon Delight meeting today.  Sadly everyone had to leave before dinner... Oh well, more for DH and I!  I read a few similar Crock-Pot Enchilada recipes, but didn't really like anything I found, so I made this up with what I had on hand.  

Three things to note: I always use slow cooker liner bags, since I hate dishes.  That's what the plastic bag looking thing in my slow cooker is.   I highly recommend them.  DO NOT try to use any old plastic bag, as they are not made to withstand that level of heat the way liner bags are!  
Also, in this recipe, I used a 6 quart oval crock pot.  You could also easily use a smaller 4 quart pot, since this didn't quite fill to the halfway point in my pot.  A round crock is also perfectly fine, and your tortillas would probably slide right in, and not need that extra half tortilla per layer.  
Finally, all my ingredients came from the wonder that is Aldi.  If you haven't been to one, but think there might be one in your area, check them out!  I've added in prices next to each ingredient to give you an overall meal total.  Also, these are Aldi's regular prices, not sale ones!

3 chicken breasts  ($3.00)
salt & pepper to taste
1/2 tsp. garlic powder ($.03)
1 tsp. chili powder ($.05)
1 Jar Enchilada Sauce, divided into two separate 1/4 cup portions, and the remainder ($1.19)
1 small can of green chilies ($.59)
1 small can of tomato sauce ($.30)
1 can of black beans ($.59)
1 cup frozen corn, thawed ($.33)
1 1/2 cups shredded Mexican blend cheese ($1.15)
6 tortillas, 2 cut in half ($.60)
2 green onions, sliced thinly ($.20)

Start with the chicken.  Mine was frozen, so I rinsed off it's ice layer, then sprinkled on salt, pepper, garlic powder, chili powder, and a light drizzle of enchilada sauce.  Bake at 350 for 45 minutes, or until cooked through.  Let the chicken rest about 15 mins, then shred it with 2 forks.  

Lay down 1/4 cup of enchilada sauce in the bottom of the crock pot, and spread around. Next, place the chicken in a mixing bowl with the green chilies, tomato sauce, black beans (drained & rinsed), corn, and remaining enchilada sauce.  Stir to combine.

On top of the layer of enchilada sauce, place one and a half tortillas.

Place 1/3 of the chicken mixture on top, and spread out evenly.

Sprinkle a thin layer of cheese (about 1/4 cup) on top of the chicken, and then top with another set of tortillas.  Repeat the layering process with the remaining chicken.

Top the last layer with the remaining 1/4 cup of enchilada sauce.

Bake for 7-8 hours on low.  30 minutes before serving, sprinkle on another layer of cheese, and 2 thinly sliced green onions.

Total cost: $8.03.  Serves 6 very hearty portions, or 8, with a side like Savory Corn Muffins.   Cheesy
243  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Snuggle-bot 5000 wants to be your friend! on: April 25, 2010 10:43:37 AM
Story behind this post:  One of my very awesome students, Dustin, came in all sick last Friday.  He worked most of the day, but looked miserable.  After a 9 hour shift waiting tables the next day he was rushed to the emergency room to find out that his appendix had ruptured!  And after they removed the appendix they decided he needed to be there about a week, because he's also diabetic.  Poor Dustin!  Ex-Gratia and I whipped this up to bring him in the hospital.   

Meet our new friend, the Suggle-bot 5000!  

A close up of our dear robot's face...  He's sad because he's not yet snuggling anyone.

Ex-Gratia add the last few stitches before bringing him to his new person:

Ex-Gratia, with our completed Snuggle-bot:

He's made of grey faux-suede, several metallic fabric scraps, and some vintage buttons we had laying around the costume shop.  His eye, heart, and monitors were all appliqued.  I hope you all enjoy him!
244  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / HP Themed Crafting & Sewing Magical Emergency Kit - PIC HEAVY! on: April 04, 2010 10:16:47 AM
I have been working on this odd little project for what feels like ages now.  It was made for audio-astrophysics in the One Tiny Harry Potter Thing Swap.  I knew I wanted to make her something really unusual, and also hopefully useful.  I know that dear audio crafts like mad, so I thought I'd make her something small to take with her to play with on trips so she'd always have her craft supplies handy.  So audio, good luck on your "craftical quests in the Potterverse!"   Wink

Front of the trunk, which is embellished with deer skin leather, and gold "upholstery tacks".  The whole trunk was colored with wood stain markers:

Detail on front of trunk of the Hogwart's crest:

Travel labels on the sides of the trunk, some of which included the Hotel d'Angleterre in Cairo, Boston Mass, etc:

A fat gold Galleon tape measure, covered in real gold leaf:

Transfiguration Supplies, which include titanium scissors, strange paper clips, acrylic jewels, a quarter to use as a screw driver or for a cart at Aldi, star shaped brads, paper punches of owls, and two bottle cap charms of an owl and of a doe over a pond.

General Crafting bits and bobs, including colored pencils, a blue sharpie to show her Ravenclaw pride, craft glue, & a pad of yellow "parchment"

A Quick-Quotes Quill, complete with acid-green ink:

A Box of Dr. Filibusters No-Heat Wet-Start Fireworks (matches!), and some craft felt:

Potions ingredients (Slytherin-blend glitter of black, green, silver & stars), a Wand (seam ripper), and some Honeyduke's Chocolate, in case your crafts are going badly, or in case of Dementor attacks (and yes, I made the Honeyduke's logo in Photoshop):

Complimentary Madam Malkin's Magical Sewing Kit which includes thread in school uniform colors, buttons to match, safety pins, and an antique thimble

Divination Needlebook:

Divination Needlebook - inside, with sparkly cover

Charms Textbook by Cherie Charmant, and Astronomy Textbook by Aro Borealis (filled with charms, and aurora borealis beads)

Shout wipe, paper-crafting bits, and a Muggle Medical Kit for minor cuts and 1st degree dragon burns:
245  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Labyrinth Kitchen Magnets on: April 04, 2010 09:50:34 AM
I made this set of magnets for a personal swap with april again.  It was sort of an apology since it took me so long to get her package out!  They are the same simple glass marble/decoupage magnets everyone else has made here before.  I got the images from the cover of my copy of the DVD.  (I accidentally sent my copy of Labyrinth back to Netflix, instead of the copy of Coraline that I owed them... so Labyrinth was lost forever.  DH got me a new copy for Christmas, and it seemed wasteful to toss out the old case, so I had been saving the packaging to make something with.  Since april loves Labyrinth, I thought these would make her happy.)  I have to say, they came out even cuter than I could have hoped! 

A Firey:


Sarah & Sir Didymus:

The Warning Rocks:

The Castle at the Center of the Labyrinth and a Goblin:

The Whole Set:

Dear Mods, if this is in the wrong category, please feel free to move it.  I couldn't quite figure out where magnets went...
246  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / Decked Out for Deathly Hallows Swap! ~Just in time for the release of part 1~ on: February 20, 2010 08:25:27 PM
*~Alohamora!~* Swap thread is now OPEN!!!
Decked Out for Deathly Hallows!

Hello all you HP fans!  Ex_Gratia were talking about how excited we are for the release of the first part of Deathly Hallows later this year.  I thought, wouldn't it be awesome to have a swap in preparation for SEEING the movie?  Crafts to wear to the premier like tees or scarves, snacks to share with friends at the movie, and maybe even something to play with while waiting for hours in line in the parking lot!  

We are thinking of 3 parts to the swap package: 1 wearable item, 1 snack treat, and 1 toy, game, or accessory.  Roughly 1 large, 1 medium, 1 small.  Or if you're into the "point" version of counting, 6 points.  You could choose which item to make your small, medium, and large.  For example you could make a "large" stenciled hoodie, a "medium" wand, and a "small" batch of cauldron cakes.  Or you could make a "large" Skiving Snackbox full of tons of different types of candy treats, a "medium" toy Pygmy Puff, and a "small" house themed bracelet.

I'm imagining Sign-Ups from September 10th to October 2nd, and Send-Outs by November 5th to ensure they arrived in plenty of time for the premier on November 19th.  The swap would be open to international swappers.  Sign-Ups are now OPEN!

Here are some inspirational craft projects...
So, what do you all think?

Wearable Crafts
Dresses & Shirts
Gryffindor Dress by jessyratfink
Make Crafts, Not Horcuxes Tee by me
Weasley's Wizard Wheezes Tee by classifiedomega17
Voldy's To Do List Tee by ohmystars
Harry Potter Tees by kawoosh_girl
Bertie Bott's Tee by mixymo
Weasley Is Our King tee by claypulsive
Make Love Not Horcruxes tee by jilltheimpossible
Snape is My Favorite Teacher Tee by scaramouche
Team Neville Tee by Delectably Deviant
House of Holland style Tees by lenalove

Hoodies & Jackets
Ravenclaw Quidditch Hoodie by me
Order of the Phoenix Zip-up by Mear

Ties, Scarves & Hats
House Ties by mixymo
Gryffindor House Scarf by tasket.basket
House Sweater Scarf by Pinkleo
Luna Lovegood Scarf by Pinkleo
House Elf Hat by MrsGraves

Jewelry & Bags
Luna's Radish Earrings by RedMenace
Golden Snitch Earrings by Pinkleo
Deathly Hallows Earrings by TheClayPony on Etsy
Potion Earrings by CheyElizabeth
Potion Master's Bracelet by me
Dark Mark Bag by Stormmoonknits
Gryffindor Rosette & Weasley's Wizard Weezes Shopping Bag by karin_

Shoes & Socks
Handpainted Hufflepuff Shoes & Ravenclaw Shoesby rockmygypsysoul
Dobby Socks by Danyala Cook

Chocolate Wands and Cockroach Clusters from HELLOmynameisHeather   (<---- A big thanks to Pinkleo for these!)
Jelly Slugs from PotterParties.com
HBP Movie Treat Boxes by varifiresis
Ton-Tongue Toffee from Mugglenet.com
Rock Cakes
Licorice Wands, Peppermint Toads, Edible Dark Marks, Nosebleed Nougat, Puking Pastilles, Fainting Fancies from The Leaky Cauldron

Honeydukes Treat Bags from the Leaky Cauldron
Skiving Snackboxes from the Leaky Cauldron
HBP Decoupage Box by edie22

Toys to Keep You Amused While Waiting In Line
Sculpy Wands Tutorial by Michela
Ginny's Wand by __themidge
50 Wands by FuzzyElf

Dolls & Stuffies
Harry Potter Plushie by Saint_Angel
Felt Dolls by Ex_Gratia
Potter Puppet Pals Snape Doll by irishdaydreamer
Harry Potter Amigurumi by Salo
Pygmy Puffs by norecliner
Pygmy Puffs by tattfae

Travel Backgammon by Samsara

If anyone can think of some other fun projects, either here on Craftster, or out in the world at large, that fit this theme, PM the link to me, and I'll add it to the list.  
Remember, a wearable, a snack treat, a toy/game!

Possible Questions for the Questionnaire:

What is your favorite Harry Potter book?
What is your favorite Harry Potter movie so far?
Who is your favorite character?
What is your favorite quote?
What house do you belong to/support?
Hallows or Horcruxes?
Do you have a favorite magical item or motif from the books? (The Marauder's Map, Monster Book of Monsters, Golden Snitch, etc?)
What is your favorite Hogwarts class?
What is your favorite spell/charm/curse?
What is your favorite magical creature?
Do you have a favorite Weasley's Wizard Wheezes product?  (<---Pinkleo, this question is inspired!)
Do you enjoy the Potter Puppet Pals?
Do you enjoy A Very Potter Musical?

Do you usually go to the movies dressed up as a specific character?
What is your tee shirt size?
Do you own a house scarf already?/What wearable items do you already own? (Butterbeer cork necklaces, Luna Scarves, Potion or Radish Earrings?)
Is there something you'd really like to receive, such as a purse, scarf, hat, etc?
Do you wear jewelry?  
If so, what kinds? (earrings, bracelets?  silver, gold?)

What are your favorite kinds of snack treats? (Chocolate, candy, salty, crunchy?)
Do you have a favorite/most intriguing type of candy from the books? (Chocolate Frogs, Blood Pops, Pepper Imps?)
What are your LEAST favorite kinds of snack treats? (Chocolate, candy, salty, crunchy?)
Favorite/least favorite flavors? (Love pumpkin?  Hate peppermint?)

Are you planning on going to the film with a large group of people?

Do you have any allergies to fabrics, foods, or animals?
Do you have any allergens in your home?
Do you or anyone else in your home smoke?
247  COOKING / Dessert / White Chocolate Peppermint Bark on: February 20, 2010 08:45:24 AM
I made this for the Sweet and Easy Valentine's Swap (with a little extra for my darling Pinkleo), and since I got asked for the recipe by both recipients, I thought I'd post it here.

1 lb package White Chocolate Bark
1 cup Andes Peppermint Crunch Baking Chips (about half the package)
Red Sugar Sprinkles

Cover a cookie sheet with aluminum foil. 

If your white chocolate bark comes in large chunks chop it into smaller pieces, about the size of chocolate chips.  Place the first half of it into a microwave safe dish.  In another dish place the half of the Peppermint Crunch Chips.

Microwave on high for 30 seconds.  Stir both.  Microwave another 30 seconds, and stir again.  Continue to microwave the chocolate in 10-15 second bursts, stirring each time until both are melted and smooth.  DO NOT OVERHEAT!

Pour the white chocolate onto the foil covered pan, and use a thin spatula to spread it out, to about 1/8.  You do not have to be very careful, as you are now going to drizzle on the Peppermint candy.  Drizzle on in stripes, at a ratio of about 1:2 peppermint to white chocolate.  Work quickly, as the candy will start to set. 

Next, take a toothpick and swirl the two candies together.  I swirled some hearts into the design.  Finally, sprinkle on some of the red sugar sprinkles.  Let it cool and harden.  Then break into bite sized chunks and pack in a pretty box.

Note: Sadly, I don't have a picture of it all broken/packed up.  I was hoping to steal whatever pics my swap partner took, but she has not posted any yet.  I'll try to make another batch soon and update with a finished picture. Smiley
248  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / The Potions Master - Loaded Charm Bracelet - Pic & Info Heavy! on: February 20, 2010 07:12:22 AM
This charm bracelet was made for the awesome SevsOnlyGirl in the Loaded Charm Bracelet Swap.  To be honest, I begged all parties involved to allow me to make this bracelet because the idea sprung fully formed like Athena from Zeus' head.  I had several of the charms already, and searched out the remaining ones.  I make a lot of loaded charm bracelets, but I wanted this one to be very different.  Much less orderly than my usual ones, full of odds and ends rather than similarly sized charms.  I knew I had to include some potion bottles, but rather than fill them with liquid or resin, I wanted them to contain INGREDIENTS that the Potion Master (or Mistress) might need, and picked out ones that I thought fit in well with the character of Severus Snape, and his doomed love of Lily Evans.  I also wanted to include a locket for SevsOnlyGirl to fill with her own pictures.  Ok, enough talk, onto the bracelet...

Skull Wire wrapped by leopardstripes and received in a Bead Soup swap
Magic Wand from Ollivanders
Glass Bottle Lavender to promote love, protection, healing; the flowers bring courage and strength. (Information taken from Knickertwist's list of Witch's Herbal.)
Moon an advantageous time to gather herbs
Question Mark Because we never seem to know what side Snape is really on.

Witch for Snapes true love
Black Locket Left empty for Sev's to fill.
Silver Doe Snapes Patronus, just like Lilys.
Glass Bottle Unicorn Horn to be used in potions of health and healing a broken heart

Snake  - for Slytherin House
Beazor a stone taken from the belly of a goat for protection from most poisons, handy for a Potion Master to have
Goblet to serve simmering potions in
Glass Bottle - Rue is a symbol of sorrow and repentance; it was once renowned as an antidote to poisons and infectious diseases, it is said to cleanse the head in love matters,  the plant was also carried to guard the bearer from poisons, werewolves and all manner of dangers. (Again, information taken from Knickertwist's list of Witch's Herbal.)

Owl A messanger, and a symbol of wisdom.
Inkwell & Quill to remember that there is always the chance to learn, even from those we dislike
Evil Eye Glass charms have been used as protection from the evil eye for centuries
Lightning Bolt - for Harry Potter

Matching Earrings of a Silver Doe in the Moonlight

Matching Keychain/Purse Jewelry
249  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / HP ~ Hufflepuff Loaded Charm Bracelet on: February 20, 2010 06:45:39 AM
I made this for the very lovely PirateColey in the Loaded Charm Bracelet Swap.  I was very excited to do a Hufflepuff bracelet for her, and had lots of the charms already in my collection.  I've always like the Hufflepuff colors of yellow & black, and the idea that they are hardworking students, like little buzzing bees.  It features the following charms:
Potion Bottle - from Potions class, Magic Wand - from Ollivanders, Moon, Unicorn - from the Forbidden Forrest, Star, Goblet - Goblet of Fire, Witch on a Broom - Quidditch, Inkwell & Quill, Lightning Bolt - Harry, Mermaid, Knight - Sir Cadogan, Owl, Books & Apple, Dragon - Norbert, Sun, Heart.

The whole bracelet:

Detail Shots

Matching Earrings:

Matching Keychain/Purse Jewelry
250  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Challenge 1: Treasures of the Deep - Picture Heavy on: February 10, 2010 03:31:29 PM
Hi Crafters!
Here is my entry for the Ocean Colors Jewelry Challenge.  I decided I wanted it to be made of little bits and pieces that someone may have picked up in their travels.  A lonely mermaid perhaps, collecting bits of far off beaches.  I chose the gunmetal chain and findings to look like a ship's anchor chain.  The beads are a mix of crystal, pearls, shells, semi-precious stones, and glass.  I tried to choose colors that reminded me of the ocean at different times throughout the day.  Deep cobalt when the sun is bright overhead, cool bottle-green glass, turquoise shell coins, and iridescent freshwater pearls.  The focal pendant is a large antiqued mermaid.  I love the detail on her in the strands of hair, scales, and even her little nipples.  (My husband KEEPS pointing out the nipples to me.)  The matching earrings are likewise made of gunmetal findings, glass, pearls, and crystal.

The necklace:

Detail shot of mermaid and glass colors:

On me today:

Matching Earrings:

A different view, layed out on my craft table:

Earrings Detail:

I can't believe I only saw this challenge on Monday, and had time to whip this up just last night...  Good thing today was a snow day and I could sleep late!
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