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1  Re: 50%+ Christmas Gift Challenge in Winter Holidays by tracymarie on: December 17, 2006 05:30:08 PM
Sorry for the fuzzy pics  Embarrassed

Here are my completed marble magnets.








and the decorated tins



I didn't do too great on them, there were lots of air bubbles in the first batch. But the second batch came out great so next time they will look nicer!
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2  Re: Candy Cane Reindeer in Winter Holidays by tracymarie on: December 08, 2006 08:22:40 PM
behold, my christmas army!






thanks for the insipration - we used to make these when I was a kid too! I went with brown antlers and found some sparkly pom poms in christmas colors at joann's. That was super fun and easy and it will be a nice, silly touch to all of my gifts this year Smiley
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3  Re: Need help on hamburger design!! in Halloween Costumes by tracymarie on: October 28, 2005 06:04:44 AM
Here's what I would do for that shirt:

you would need 1 beige tank top, some lighter beige pieces of felt for the sesame seeds (although I don't believe mcdonald's burgers actually have them), one long, thick strip of dark brown, yellow, red, and green fabric (a little longer than the others for the green), and a sewing machine.

Sew or glue the felt pieces on the top part of the shirt. Then, sort of like a ruffled skirt, but not so ruffly and on a shirt, start with the dark brown fabric and sew the top side of the fabric to the shirt, leaving the bottom hanging. Then do the same with the other layers, but with the lettuce, fold it over sort of like pleats every once in a while so it's fluffy and ruffly like real lettuce. that way it won't be too too unstretchy and she can spin around and it will look cool  Grin

I would suggest sewing the layers like this



so you don't have to worry about using different colored threads because nobody will be able to see them. It will also give the layers some dimension.

Hope that helps!
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4  Re: Can someone help me? in Stenciling: Discussion and Questions by tracymarie on: December 09, 2004 08:00:52 AM
oops!  Tongue sorry!

here it is!

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