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241  Fun Felt Food! Mmm... Sandwich in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by noooitaremybirthday on: June 05, 2009 06:33:11 AM
I was thinking about a birthday present for my sister and I couldn't really think of much... She has a daughter who is almost 3, so I thought maybe as part of her gift, I could make something that my sister would appreciate for the craftiness of it, and my niece would probably take over and enjoy playing with!

Made this delicious looking sandwich yesterday:

The sides without the hand-stitching have the names of all the sandwich ingredients which I thought would be helpful when it's time to learn to read.

T-T-T-TASTY TASTY! Haha, yeah thanks for looking!
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242  Re: Old School Nickelodeon Round 2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by noooitaremybirthday on: June 05, 2009 06:13:27 AM
Received yesterday!!! I totally LOVE everything Smiley Here are some pics:

The whole goodie lot

close-up of the other side of the rocko coin purse

David the Gnome thermometer! This is actually SOOO perfect because my husband and I have been bickering over whether or not the AC thermometer is correct and have been about to buy a thermometer. (P.S.  the AC is correct, I was wrong!  Grin)

Salute your shorts! I'm not certain what it is...but I'm going to hang earrings on it.

Inspector Gadget Coasters!!! My favorite.

i LOL'd at this one. A tote made from Artie's indestructable sweater (Pete & Pete)'

THANK YOU CRAZYDA79! A delightful first swap!
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243  Re: Old School Nickelodeon Round 2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by noooitaremybirthday on: June 03, 2009 06:46:19 PM

What is on the charms? I can't really tell.

Here's a pic of the charms before I sent them off Smiley It's basically the show logos!

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244  Baby Red Birds! SOFT and so cute :D in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by noooitaremybirthday on: June 01, 2009 09:54:29 AM
I've been on a crochet kick this last week... So I've been making birds! I love things with big eyes, seriously, who doesn't?

I hand-stitched the eyes and beaks and wings with felt. I had tried just using craft thread to kinda embroider features on, but using felt is so much easier and faster...

on this one, I ran out of the fuzzy yarn, so I had to finish the bottom off with regular yarn. Luckily, I had some in a similar color. Also, I was running out of black craft thread, so I did the eyes in red. I was worried it would look semi-evil with red eyes, but they turned out fine...Too cute to be evil!
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245  LOLcats Charms: EDIT to add MORE LOLZ...i can has lotz of IMGz in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by noooitaremybirthday on: May 15, 2009 12:05:57 PM
I made these this morning with doaflip & ambersteele in mind, since they complimented my lolcat avatar on my previous shrinky dink posts!!!

I thought it would be a great idea to combine 2 things I love right now: Shrinky dinks and a few of my favorite lolcats. To get the images, I just copied lolcat pictures from the interwebz into a word doc, resized them to fit on the punched tags, then printed them out and traced. Since my printer is only b/w anyways, it printed a nice grayscale image that made them easy to convert to a black and white stipply picture for the charms.

They turnd owt quite well akshully

EDIT: Couldn't help myself. Did a few more!

EDIT 5/27/09 Here are some more I made last night!!!

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246  Tiger, Leopard, Zebra in LOCO colors in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by noooitaremybirthday on: May 14, 2009 05:36:39 PM
I painted this set of pictures a LONG time ago when I was 14 or 15. It's acrylics used like watercolors. I've kept them for the time I have a kid and I can frame the set to put in his or her room... Some day....

Sorry these paintings are so old...but I did them, so I guess they have a place here! Enjoy & thanks for looking!

This one still needs a background. Probably will be blue eventually...

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247  Break out more Shrinky Dinks; It's earring time. in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by noooitaremybirthday on: May 14, 2009 05:54:37 AM
My first post was the following link of some shrinky dink charm bracelets. I was DELIGHTED that people actually looked and commented. It feels so....encouraging.


I thought I'd post the earrings I made, too!

The pair on the right is a high-five to my favorite book, Watership Down. One says "Fiver" and the other says, "Hazel"  Cheesy

I've found that the swarovski crystal beads I've had from previous jewelry projects look pleasant with the color of the dinks...

My husband likes the raccoon ones. They are kinda funny Kiss

That's all I've got for now... But I go on craft kicks, I'll probably make like 20 more pair before I realize and then quit for a while and make a stupid amount of some other craft. That's how I ROLL!
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248  reasonable # of damaged books to unreasonable # of envelopes (IMG heavy) in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by noooitaremybirthday on: May 13, 2009 04:01:28 PM
When I find a new easy craft activity, and I like the results, I go on a huge kick and do that craft non-stop for about a week. At that point, I think, I have way too much of this stuff, so I had better stop. I love writing letters and have been looking for a multi-pack of different colored envelopes for a while now. An epiphany happened! I can just make them myself (just unfold an existing envelope to lay flat and trace it as a template. cut out, fold and gluestick...VOILA!). The first day, I used magazine pages, but found the end results to be too flimsy. Paper stacks can be so expensive! So I went to a yard sale and bought like 10-15 picture or kids books that were in really crappy shape for 20 cents each.

I now have an unreasonable amount of envelopes (I think almost 300) I'll try to only post the coolest... They are all cool though.

Whew, that was a lot of pictures of a lot of envelopes. So now I need more pen pals, I guess.
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249  Sluggy card & crocheted bug in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by noooitaremybirthday on: May 13, 2009 03:46:20 PM
I'll let the cards do the talking.

(there's a crocheted slug here to match the card; two categories, I know, but I picked this one since there are 2 cards, only one yarn slug)

Oh, how I love glitter glue...
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250  Laughing Monster...Ha ha! Plenty of images in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by noooitaremybirthday on: May 13, 2009 03:39:32 PM
I painted this guy with watercolors about 2 months ago to use as a theme for my blog titled (Me) and the Blogmonster. I was pretty please with the way the picture turned out... I didn't have a plan on colors, but it came together okay.

this is the whole picture

My favorite is his little molars...
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