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1  Re: Poppet vs Ami Gallery in The Swap Gallery by pookiemccool on: October 22, 2014 06:28:57 PM
I received my Miss Argentina (Beetlejuice) inspired poppet today from Tenitsu. Smiley

Her hair and cape are perfect, she even has slits on her wrists.
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2  Re: Poppet vs Ami Gallery in The Swap Gallery by pookiemccool on: September 16, 2014 09:16:35 AM
I've been in Chicago for a week so I wasn't able to keep up with the thread. I know Bobbysgirl received her package but she's been under the weather so I guess I'll post pics of what I sent.

She is obsessed with Rick Grimes from The Walking Dead so I knew right away what ami to make. I didn't use a pattern just a few pictures of the pop vinyl toy and a plush for reference.

I also couldn't bring myself to send him alone so I made her a glitter portrait and a bead sprite. I didn't snap a picture of the bead sprite though.

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3  Metroid NES cross stitch in Needlework: Completed Projects by pookiemccool on: July 28, 2014 07:27:41 PM
I seriously can't believe that I forgot to post this! This was my husband's big Christmas surprise last year, it took about a month and a half of working on it on weekends while he was at work.

All I did was use the original artwork image from the NES game:
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4  cardboard pringles can giraffe in Completed Projects by pookiemccool on: June 25, 2014 06:26:39 PM
I was a part of the most recent Once You Pop swap and I'm really proud of how my can turned out!! I constructed the head out of cardboard, covered it in painter's tape and painted it. I hope you find it as adorable as I do! Smiley

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5  Re: Once You Pop Swap - Summer 2014 GALLERY!!! in The Swap Gallery by pookiemccool on: June 23, 2014 05:46:02 PM
I received my package today and love everything!!

First the adorable can which I must find a use for. Smiley

A cute little furry monster.

Hairbows galore (including a few from my wishlist)  because I can never have too many!!

Knitting accessories I've been wanting. Yarn bras, knitting needle coils which she made from hair ties and a knitting needle holder.

The inside of the needle holder and some handspun yarn in my favorite colors!

Lastly, Pac-Man and Miss Pac-Man pillow covers!
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6  Alice in Wonderland Tea Party mixed media in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by pookiemccool on: June 22, 2014 04:54:34 PM
I combined my love of working with book pages and my desire to make a piece involving multiple canvases. I had an Alice in Wonderland book that I used pages from for a swap years ago so I seemed natural to do an Alice in Wonderland piece.

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7  Re: Craftster vs. Pin Craftalong in Craftalongs by pookiemccool on: March 18, 2014 09:19:58 PM
I've had this sockoctopus pinned for a while because I thought it was kind of cute:

I have some socks laying around that are missing their mates and decided to give it a go. It was super easy to make! I cut the end of the sock off since it was a little worn. I attached safety eyes and sewed the end shut. Then I cut the rest into equal width strips, stuffed and tied the tentacles together to close it. I am considering it a fail though because I don't like it at all. I think mine turned out fine, I just realize that it is difficult to tell that it is actually an octopus and he doesn't sit very well. But it only wasted about 10 minutes and now I can delete the pin! If you decide to try it for yourself I would recommend a thicker sock.

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8  Nightmare Before Christmas Mayor lamp in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by pookiemccool on: January 26, 2014 09:53:09 AM
I found a cute little round lamp at a thrift store a few years ago. With the help of my husband we finally came up with a good idea to put it to use.  Grin

The lamp shade is painted one both sides so you can change his face. The hat is built out of cardboard and covered in fabric. I left it hollow so heat can escape from the top.

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9  Re: Summer Nerd Games --May15, 2013-September 2, 2013-- JOIN ANY TIME! in Craftalongs by pookiemccool on: July 11, 2013 03:23:44 PM
Challenge/Battle/Alert: July Battle Royale - DC
Team/Ninja: Team Control Freaks
Project Geekdom (if any): comics and video games (since Superman has been featured in several!)
Bonus Points: Nerdy, Super Nerdy, Discovery
Project Name: Superman Skirt
Brief Description: This craft along has kept me super productive and motivated! Don't get me wrong I love the Marvel movies that have come out over the past few years - The Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Ironman, Spiderman, The Avengers, Wolverine. But there will always be a special place in my heart for Superman and Batman. I don't like the Dark Knight series because I despise Christian Bale but I LOVE Man of Steel, so I chose DC and made a Superman skirt.

This time rather than folding over the fabric and adding elastic I recycled the waistband from a pair of leggings that ripped. Please ignore the fact that the waistband is inside out! Sad I was so happy with the fit and how it turned out otherwise that I couldn't bear to rip it out and start over. Plus it won't be seen anyway, I usually wear tshirts with my skirts that cover the top.

Project Picture:

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10  Re: Discussion Thread for Summer Nerd Games in Craftalongs by pookiemccool on: July 08, 2013 05:27:40 PM
I got the image converted and printed for my research project. I had to scale it down to a 16 x 20 canvas but it was probably for the best because I need to finish before the first week of August, lol.

Now I need to figure out the easiest way to transfer it to canvas so I can begin painting. I really don't want to have to trace everything!
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