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1  BUSTER the scrap robot in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by islandmum on: August 19, 2011 10:11:01 PM
Meet Buster the scrap robot. I made Buster for a friends new baby also called Buster. All made from scrap fabric.



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2  Re: One Tiny Alice In Wonderland Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by islandmum on: July 12, 2011 09:38:43 PM
I just got home from holiday and found a mountain of bills waiting for me and this............



An awesome hand drawn AIWL photo frame. Too much detail to get really good pics. I love it and can't wait to find the right pic to fill it.





the quote is "sometimes I've believed as many as 6 impossible things before breakfast"

Thanks Lizzie GREAT FRIST SWAP. Smiley


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3  Re: Post Secret Round 13 Gallery (Sent out August 18, 2010) in The Swap Gallery by islandmum on: September 10, 2010 12:53:28 AM
I finally received via the Phillipenes (I live in Australia)


I spend more time looking at Craftster than I do crafting


The envelope


I spend hours designing my imaginary house

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4  Re: Post Secret Round 13 Gallery (Sent out August 18, 2010) in The Swap Gallery by islandmum on: August 18, 2010 03:27:50 AM
I received 2 secrets yesterday.


I spend most of my meeting time doodling. This is from an all day meeting. My boss does it too. She's better at art than me Smiley


Front says: True Love. Is it too soon?
Back: I have only been with my bf for 2 months. I want to say 'I love you' but I worry it is too soon.....
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5  Re: Secret Santa in July Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by islandmum on: August 06, 2010 02:12:10 AM
Just posting the things I made for quasi_one


A stretchy button bookmark. (I can recommend reading the book too)

A passport/travel wallet



There was also a tote bag with applique and stencil Japanese fans, I can't find the pics.
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6  Re: Secret Santa in July Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by islandmum on: July 23, 2010 03:51:28 AM
I said that I squeled when I open my package now you'll see why.

I received the greatest knitted scarf and hat. I wore the scarf today and people stopped me in the street and made all sorts of lovely comments, some tried to figure out how it was made. I <3 <3 it lots.

 

I have not been able to get the smile off my face carrying around my new friend too  Grin



thanks secret santa xxoo (there was also licorice that didn't make it into the picture, it's in my tummy)

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7  what to do with a spare 2 minutes??? Button bookmark. in Completed Projects by islandmum on: July 07, 2010 04:19:47 PM
Had a spare 2 minutes and found some buttons and elastic laying around. Turned them into a bookmark. I'm really pleased with how it turned out.

I can recommend reading this book too!

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8  Re: One Tiny Sea Creature in The Swap Gallery by islandmum on: July 07, 2010 04:14:53 PM
I have finally crawled out of my sick bed to get to the post office to collect my parcel. It made me feel so much better, I love sezouli's little bag. She has done a great job embroidering a nautilis shell. And check out the cute card too! Thanks sezouli  Grin

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9  What does a zebra have in common with Morse code?? in Stenciling: Completed Projects by islandmum on: June 29, 2010 09:46:02 PM
Zebras and Morse code both appear in the childrens book 'The Eleventh Hour' by Graeme Base.

I made these two stencild t-shirts for a childrens book swap.

The first is a morse code message saying; Today a reader tomorrow a leader.



The zebra in the book is dressed as a punk so I thought I would do the same. I used plaited embroidery thread for his tail.

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10  When in doubt for a gift go 'Star Wars' in Completed Projects by islandmum on: June 22, 2010 04:06:54 AM
Last Christmas I made everyone in my office tote bags, but one girl just isn't the tote bag type so I made these Star Wars tree decorations for her. I laughed when she turned them into a mobile for her baby son Grin


The whole gang





and finally.......


the big battle

I had a LOT of fun making these I learned a lot about Star Wars too!

I got some inspiration form http://www.makeandtakes.com/star-wars-felt-finger-puppets but took it a bit further.
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