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11  boys freezer paper stencil shirts! in Stenciling: Completed Projects by ladypie on: January 25, 2011 12:24:59 PM
I made these for my nephews birthday last week. I love love love the thickness of the boys cotton shirts! They are so much nicer to work with that girls shirts.....I had zero problems and I think they turned out fab!!!







C&C Always welcome!
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12  Freezer Paper Cushions!!! in Stenciling: Completed Projects by ladypie on: January 10, 2011 01:25:26 PM
I was bored this morning and printed off a few pics I had saved, cut some fabric and away I went!!!
Their a little small, mostly because I wasn't sure I'd have enough stuffing, which I do, so I may make a few more. These were super easy cushions to make and I love the designs even though my sewing skills arent the best and I have spots that bled, I loves them  Grin







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13  Book Clock!!! in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by ladypie on: January 09, 2011 12:47:04 PM
I made this for my best friend for xmas. We're both book lovers and I love love love clocks, and I kinda wanted to make it for her to symbolize all the time we've spent together  Smiley kinda sappy but I loves her alot!
The book was a random book that I got from the thrift store, I read it and didn't like....I had the paper on hand....and I only had to buy the ribbon, clock parts and some paint to redo the hands and numbers.





The color of the ribbon and the hands are actually much closer in color than it looks in the pics.

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14  Menu plate in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by ladypie on: December 18, 2010 10:23:56 PM
So here's another gift I made! $4.99 plate from ikea, chalkboard paint, and a plate stand! Voila! I did this for my MIL and bought her an international cook book as well....pretty reasonable price and I'm pretty darn happy with it!



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15  baby's xmas gift in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by ladypie on: December 18, 2010 10:18:40 PM
So I totally copied someone's idea that I found online, I just have no idea where I found it, otherwise I would give them credit.....anyways, I was totally stumped on what to buy my niece who's the youngest of 4 and still a teeny baby. Needless to say toys and clothes were kinda outta the question....so I wanted something special for her...ok now I'm just rambling lol
It's just paper, made to look all nice. Unfortunately it's kinda wrinkely but I still love it....



C&C always welcome  Grin
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16  Superhero Awesomeness!!!! (img hvy) in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by ladypie on: November 29, 2010 08:37:19 AM
So here are my completed x-mas gifts for my sons, and my nephews. I found this tutorial somewhere and now I cant find it but I can post a tut of my own if anyone wants it.
I used cotton fabric, ran through the printer for the outline of the image, which unfortunately used ALOT of ink, so I ended up having to color over the outline with a fabric marker and then, by the last few I had to finish up using a good ole sharpie LOL
The used crayon for the color and ironed it after to set the image. The outline took the longest but after that it moved really quickly!
Hope you all like them as much as I do =)
 
This one shows the color difference of the ink printer and then me coloring over it......


First set traced and colored in



Close up


Sewn up and stuffed



Close ups



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17  Super Hero Halloween!!!!!!! in Halloween Costumes by ladypie on: October 31, 2010 06:34:52 PM
My super hero crazy boys!!!
I made my youngest the cape out of an old t-shirt and freezer paper stenciled it.



I made the shirt with freezer paper stenciling again, it's just an over sized shirt he had in his closet that I didn't know what to do with.....



And my oldest in his store bought costume (BOOOOOOOOO  Tongue) only because his aunt bought it for him for his birthday in August and he's been wearing it nearly everyday since, just so he has lots of "practice" I tried to convince him to let me make a new one but he would not allow it  Cry
But he's still pretty darn cute!




 
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18  Why do I try new techniques when I'm making gifts??? in Stenciling: Completed Projects by ladypie on: October 01, 2010 07:45:33 AM
Two shirts for my niece's b-day. I got all adventerous and decided to try bleach stencilling for the first time....first thing I probably shouldn't have tried it on this project and second I think my stencil was too detailed....


The O was supposed to be a fancy skull....I think the fabric was wrong too....oh I think it looks ok anyways

And an inside joke between her and her cousin...

This turned out pretty good, nice and simple!

C&C always welcome!!!
And any bleach tips would be great!!!
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19  Dessert Tray (tut. included and image heavy) in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by ladypie on: October 01, 2010 07:39:26 AM
I need to make cupcakes for my nieces b-day tommorow and I realised I dont have a stand....so I made one! I found a few other tutorials online and mixed and matched some ideas.
I found three different ugly plates in my cupboard,


and some old pots, washed and sanded down a bit,


marked off their placement and chose a design,


cut out my design,


then Gorilla glued my plates and pots together,


then I spray painted them outside, because thankfully we still have warm weather, coated with two coats,


left it all to dry for 24 hrs and voila!!!






The best part of this project is I used all things I had leftover around the house....only down side to that is running out of paint when I was painting the underneath LOL But frankly who cares if the bottom plat isn't painted LOL?!
Hope you all like it!
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20  More Pumkins!!!! in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by ladypie on: September 23, 2010 10:27:46 AM
Here's some more pumkins I just finished!!
The big ones are for other ppl and the little guys I'm keping for myself....Super proud of how they turned out Grin Grin














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