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1  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / DO NOT POST: Setting up Fall Nerd Battles 2016 on: August 26, 2016 06:04:35 AM
DO NOT POST IN THIS THREAD UNTIL THE SEASON OPENS ON SEPTEMBER 1, 2016.




Welcome to the Fall Nerd Battles Arena!
I, LovelyMiss, shall be your host and Head Gamemaker.

The Nerd Games welcome all players from the Nerdyverse to join! The games are to inspire, encourage, and motivate your crafting adventure.  Players can join anytime during the season.

Are you wondering if you are part of the Nerdyverse?  John Green describes it quite well...
“…Nerds like us are allowed to be unironically enthusiastic about stuff…  Nerds are allowed to love stuff, like jump-up-and-down-in-the-chair-can’t-control-yourself love it.  ...When people call people nerds, mostly what they’re saying is ‘you like stuff.’  Which is just not a good insult at all.  Like, ‘You are too enthusiastic about the miracle of human consciousness’.”




Rules of Engagement
--There is a list of prompts for you to complete. You complete a prompt with a crafty item you think fulfills it.  You can use your description to make it clear on how the craft fits the prompt (feel free to get creative).
--Players must craft to the best of their abilities and have a minimum of 30 minutes of crafting time per submission, unless otherwise noted.  
--A project can only be submitted for one prompt or crafting opportunity.
--A project does NOT have to be "nerdy,” it only has to fulfill the prompt as you see it.
--Submitted projects must be started and completed during the current season, unless otherwise noted.
--There is SO MUCH to do in the Nerd Games.  Do not feel like you have to craft everything.  Do what inspires you.
--We welcome all players from the Nerdyverse, no matter their Geekdom.  
--We are never mean.  
--We never exclude someone.
--We will keep it clean-ish (PG-13).  
--We will follow all Craftster guidelines, this includes staying on-topic (serious OT goes in FOC OT boards).  
--You will be asked to join a team.
--Never hesitate in contacting the Head Gamemaker with your questions, concerns, or ideas.



--How to Join the Nerd Battles--
It is easy to join in the Nerd Battles craftalong!  Simply craft an item that fits one of the posted prompts and take photos of your finished project.  Post your project photos in the official Nerd Battles thread (that's where you are now!).  Make sure to include the Completed Project Header (see “How to turn in a project”) with each project you post.  In the Header of your first completed project you will declare your team. (You do not need to choose a team before you post your first project.)  You officially join a team when your first project is submitted.

About Teams
There are five teams:
Team Textbook: Geekdom of Logic, Knowledge, Science, and Math;
Team Multimedia: Geekdom of Movies, TV, Music, and Gamers;
Team Wordy: Geekdom of Readers, Books, and Wondrous Words;
Team Fandom: Geekdom of Fanfics, Conventions, Midnight Openings, and Beacons of the Nerdyverse;
Team Randomizer: Geekdom of OOAKs, Oddballs, and Marchers to Different Drummers.

--Teams are where like-minded players join to work together.
--There is no limit to the number of people in a team.
--Though you may feel at home on more than one team, pick the one that draws you the most.
--You may choose a new team at the beginning of each season, but you cannot change teams during a season.



---How To Turn in a Project---
Spend at least 30 minutes crafting a project that fits the requirements of a posted prompt.  Take a photo of your finished project.  Post your project photo(s), along with the Completed Project Header, in this thread.

--COMPLETED PROJECT HEADER--
Use this header for each project you submit. Research Projects have a special header, which can be found in the Research Project Lab.

Prompt:  (please include month & category)
Team:
Bonus Points: (include which bonus points you think you've earned, e.g., Giver, Engineering, Community, WIP It, Swaptastic, Brain Power, EPIC!)
Project Name:
Project Link: (if available)
Brief Description: (how it fits the requirements, pattern/techniques/recipe used, any fun tips, etc.)
Project Picture:

You may add more than one project to your post, but a Completed Project Header must be used for each project you submit.

For the Research Project Proposal and Submission Headers, visit the Research Project Lab.



---Point System---
Challenges, Battles, UFOs, and Red Alerts will earn 20 points unless otherwise denoted.  Challenges, Battles, UFOs, and Red Alerts are eligible for additional Bonus Points.  All projects submitted under these prompts must meet the 30 minute crafting time requirement.

Brownie Points Projects will earn 20 points, and ARE eligible for additional Bonus Points.  Brownie Points Projects are items crafted for charity during the season that are NOT turned in as a prompt or Research Project.  Brownie Points Projects must meet the 30 minute crafting time requirement.  There is no limit on the number of Brownie Points projects you may submit during a season.  Be sure to claim Giver Bonus Points on any Projects (including Brownie Points) you complete!

Random Acts projects will earn 25 points, and ARE eligible for additional Bonus Points.  Random Acts projects can be anything that you don't turn in under another prompt that would be considered a random act of kindness/craftiness.  This might be things like abandoned art or public art/crafting.  You must submit photos of both the completed project AND an "action" shot of the act being conducted.  Random Acts projects must involve at least a two hour time commitment (crafting+action combined).  You may submit up to TWO Random Acts projects per season.  

Free-Range Crafting projects will earn 20 points, and ARE eligible for additional Bonus Points.  Free-Range Crafting projects can be anything that you don't turn in under another prompt.  Free-Range projects must meet the 30 minute crafting time requirement.  You may submit up to two Free-Range Crafting projects per season.  

Big Time projects will earn 50 points, and ARE  eligible for additional Bonus Points.  Big Time projects are anything that takes at least five hours of crafting time, and that you do not turn in under another prompt or crafting opportunity.  You may turn in up to three Big Time projects per season.

Zaps will earn 5 points, and ARE  eligible for additional Bonus Points.  Zaps are any projects that take fewer than 30 minutes to complete.  You may turn in up to five Zaps per season.

Research Projects will earn 200 points.  Research Projects are projects that take at least three weeks OR 20 hours to complete.  You must submit a proposal for a Research Project to count.  Research Projects are separate from the normal Challenge/Battle/UFO/Alert prompts.  In most cases it is not permissible to "double dip" on individual Research Project elements, so anything included in a Research Project cannot also be turned in for a Nerd Games Challenge/Battle/UFO/Alert prompt, or as a Non-Prompt Crafting Opportunity.  Research Projects are eligible for additional Bonus Points.
Visit the Research Project Lab for more information on completing a Research Project.




You can earn 10 Bonus Points for...
--Engineering: Turning in a project that includes a new tutorial, pattern, or recipe;
--Giver:  Crafting a project for charity;
--Community:  Creating a post for your project on the appropriate Craftster board and including at least three photos in your post, one of which must be a progress/process shot;
--WIP It:  Completing a WIP/UFO (Work-In-Progress/Unfinished Object);
--Brain Power: Completing a project that required you to learn a new skill or technique;
--Swaptastic: Completing a project for a swap, or that will be donated to the Nerd Games Raffle;
--EPIC!:  Completing an item that takes more than 45 hours of crafting time, and posting at least one progress shot during the course of project (post progress shot in the Discussion Thread);
--Prompt specific:  Some prompts may include the opportunity for special bonus points.  This information will be included in the text for the prompt.
You may earn more than one set of bonus points for your project.








At the End Game, there will be Winners (but really no losers)
--Team Winners: average taken from number of players & point scored
--Special Awards: given by gamemakers
Winnings will include bragging rights, badges, and possible prizes.



Nerd Battles Staff
--Head Gamemaker: LovelyMiss
--Project Tracker: storerboughtcreations
--Badge Creator: bunny1kenobi
--Pinterest Pinner: rockingbearranch


Team Captains
--Textbook:
--Multimedia:
--Wordy:
--Fandom:
--Randomizer:


Official Nerd Battles Pinterest Board


Have feedback or ideas for the Nerd Games?
Click here for the ongoing Nerd Games suggestion collector.
Note: Submissions using the above link are anonymous unless you submit your username with the survey.


Previous seasons:
Summer 2013
Fall 2013
Winter 2013-2014
Spring 2014
Summer 2014
Fall 2014
Winter 2014-2015
Spring 2015
Summer 2015
Fall 2015
Winter 2015-2016
Spring 2016
Summer 2016




---This is the home for Completed Projects, Research Project Declarations, and "Oooos & Ahhhs."  For discussions, chatting, and progress pics, head over to the Nerd Discussion thread.  Posts will be moved to appropriate location when necessary.  Thanks for your help in keeping the Nerd Games in order!---
2  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Fried Cheese Curds on: July 27, 2016 07:20:18 PM
We got some cheese curds in our CSA cheese share, and decided to fair-i-fy them by battering them and deep frying in oil. 





I found a random batter recipe online using ingredients we had in the house.  The batter was fine, but it didn't mix well with the cheese flavor.  If I try to make these again, I'll definitely go more breaded than batter for the coating.





Batter Recipe:
1 egg
1 TBSN vegetable oil
1 cup beer
1 cup flour
1 tspn sugar
1/8 tspn salt
1 tspn baking powder

Vegetable oil for frying heated to about 375 F.

Mix wet ingredients and dry ingredients separately.  Combine.  Drop cheese curds into batter and coat completely.  Drop into frying oil a few at a time.  Drain on paper towels.
3  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General / Junk Journal on: July 27, 2016 06:39:59 PM
I made this junk journal for my partner in the Mini Junk Journal Swap, though it didn't really end up being that "mini!"  My partner wanted a true "junk" journal so I tried to use decorative paper sparingly and really put my stash of crap ephemera and junk to good use.



The dangle is just some charms and beads from stash.  I pulled one of the binding tails up and over to hold them.



In the junk spirit, I rummaged through my fabric scraps and made a long length rope to use as a closure.





The cover is a blank hardback book cover I picked up somewhere along the way.  I added the paper (my partner likes birds), but left the inside and outside covers kind of plain so they can still be decorated.



I did a hidden pamphlet stitch binding.  It is five signatures with (I think) 11 sheets per signature.  For the hidden binding, I sewed the signatures to Kraft-Tex and then adhered the Kraft-Tex to the cover.


 


My partner planned to use it as an art journal, so I covered a lot of the pages with gesso, and kept the page decoration to a minimum.





The right page in the spread below is one of those chipboard-like envelopes that I cut in half.  I stuffed some extra inserts in the opening on the side.





The right page here is a sticker book cover I covered in different washi tapes.



These pages are plastic packaging inserts that I just covered with gesso.  It was fun to use some unconventional things throughout the book.



I love the right page on this spread, too.  It was some punch-out coupon cards I got in the mail.  I tried not to gesso too much over the perforations so they could still be pulled out if desired.





























greybird has some additional photos in the swap thread if you want to see more of the pages.  Smiley

It was fun to make, and I got to try out some new things, plus my partner loved it, so I am happy!  Grin  I feel like there is another junk journal in my future.
4  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Super garlic & onion spread on: June 27, 2016 11:23:32 AM
This is super as in VERY garlic-y (but also super tasting).  Cheesy  My CSA started and I got a bunch of green garlic, garlic scapes, and green onions, so I decided to make a spread.  It is delicious on Melba toast/crackers and wraps (and probably a bunch of other things).



Ingredients
8 oz package of cream cheese
1/3 cup of sour cream
grated garlic (I used three green garlic bulbs)
chopped green onions (I used two large stalks)
sliced/diced garlic scapes (I used one full scape)

Instructions
Soften cream cheese and add listed ingredients.  Mix well.  You may also chop and mix everything in a food processor.  For best flavor, chill for at least an hour before enjoying.



All of the garlic makes it a little bit spicy, and so good (if you like garlic).  Make sure to have a mint handy for after; it's pretty potent.  Cheesy



5  HOME SWEET HOME / Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects / Featured Projects: HSH Exterior - First Half 2016 on: June 09, 2016 06:54:30 PM
The first half of 2016 has been super busy in the Home Sweet Home section! We have broken down the sections so each project category gets the love it deserves. Smiley

In no particular order here are the HSH features from Exterior for the first half of 2016. Projects are voted on by Craftster members hitting the "This Rocks" button.

Exterior


Dragonfly by Jenxx


Aloha Hummingbirds! by kittykill


Solar Path Markers by Jenxx


Painted garden stakes by Jenxx


Fairy garden in blue pot by rackycoo


Relighting the darkness by Redforkhippie


Painted Flamingos by Jenxx


Rainwater harvesting projects by Ludi


I Lost My (Ice) Marbles! by TheMistressT


Seashell Crystal Outdoor Ornament by kittykill


Extreme Birdhouses by cranbrook2

Congratulations to all those featured and thank you for contributing to Craftster! Smiley
6  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / Featured Projects: HSH Interior - First Half 2016 on: June 09, 2016 06:51:41 PM
The first half of 2016 has been super busy in the Home Sweet Home section! We have broken down the sections so each project category gets the love it deserves. Smiley

In no particular order here are the HSH features from Interior for the first half of 2016. Projects are voted on by Craftster members hitting the "This Rocks" button.


Interior:


Ultimate Craft Room by audio


No Kitchen Is An Island, But Now Mine Has One. by TheMistressT


Sweet Guest Room by blushingbluegrass


Funky painted bar stools by Jenxx


Wood Stove with tile hearth by Belladune

Congratulations to all those featured and thank you for contributing to Craftster! Smiley
7  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Featured Projects: HSH Reconstructed - First Half 2016 on: June 09, 2016 06:51:38 PM
Repurposing things into household decor is HOT! Here are some of the top projects in the first half of 2016, as voted by Craftster members using the "This Rock" button.  These projects will inspire you to rethink things in a whole new way.

In no particular order:

Reconstructed


Craft Room Painted Drawers by Phizzychick


I made a boucherouite rug!!! by Miss American Pie


Laser Cute Vinyl Record Clocks by lunke13


Birdland Radio!! by blupaisan


Chair woven with Upcycled Belts by lunke13

Congratulations to these members for being rocked! Looking forward to the fresh ideas of 2014. Smiley
8  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Featured Projects: HSH General - First Half 2016 on: June 09, 2016 06:51:33 PM
If you're looking for inspiration for projects around your place, look no further. The first half of 2016 was busy in the Home Sweet Home category. Smiley

These projects were selected by Craftster members like you hitting the "This Rocks" button.

In no particular order:

General


Bumble Bee Mandala accent table make-over! by FoxyBlue


Expecto Patronum Night Lights by Mistress Jennie


Hulk lamp by fatewineroses


Pyrography Salad Servers by TheMistressT


Drab to Fab by anderlance


Made some pillows to express my daily emotions (Plus one that makes me laugh) by loveandasandwich


Decorative Initial by HSG


Rustic/Industrial Paper Towel Holder by TheMistressT


"Be Happy" Wood Plaque by Reel Crafty Girl


My Very Own TARDIS by AmyLynn98


Owl Lamp Repaint by ErinAquaheart


Cabinet Rehab by schizo319


Lapintosh by chocolatecoveredmoon

Congratulations to all those posted, and we look forward to many more in 2014! Smiley
9  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / Summer Nerd Games: June 1 - August 31, 2016 ~*Join Anytime*~ on: May 21, 2016 03:25:41 AM



Welcome to the Summer Nerd Games Arena!
I, LovelyMiss, shall be your host and Head Gamemaker.

The Nerd Games welcome all players from the Nerdyverse to join! The games are to inspire, encourage, and motivate your crafting adventure.  Players can join anytime during the season.

Are you wondering if you are part of the Nerdyverse?  John Green describes it quite well...
“…Nerds like us are allowed to be unironically enthusiastic about stuff…  Nerds are allowed to love stuff, like jump-up-and-down-in-the-chair-can’t-control-yourself love it.  ...When people call people nerds, mostly what they’re saying is ‘you like stuff.’  Which is just not a good insult at all.  Like, ‘You are too enthusiastic about the miracle of human consciousness’.”




Rules of Engagement
--There is a list of prompts for you to complete. You complete a prompt with a crafty item you think fulfills it.  You can use your description to make it clear on how the craft fits the prompt (feel free to get creative).
--Players must craft to the best of their abilities and have a minimum of 30 minutes of crafting time per submission, unless otherwise noted.  
--A project can only be submitted for one prompt or crafting opportunity.
--A project does NOT have to be "nerdy,” it only has to fulfill the prompt as you see it.
--Submitted projects must be started and completed during the current season, unless otherwise noted.
--There is SO MUCH to do in the Nerd Games.  Do not feel like you have to craft everything.  Do what inspires you.
--We welcome all players from the Nerdyverse, no matter their Geekdom.  
--We are never mean.  
--We never exclude someone.
--We will keep it cleanish (PG-PG13).  
--We will follow all Craftster guidelines, this includes staying on-topic (serious OT goes in FOC OT boards).  
--You will be asked to join a team.
--Never hesitate in contacting the Head Gamemaker with your questions, concerns, or ideas.



--How to Join the Nerd Battles--
It is easy to join in the Nerd Battles craftalong!  Simply craft an item that fits one of the posted prompts and take photos of your finished project.  Post your project photos in the official Nerd Battles thread (that's where you are now!).  Make sure to include the Completed Project Header (see “How to turn in a project”) with each project you post.  In the Header of your first completed project you will declare your team. (You do not need to choose a team before you post your first project.)  You officially join a team when your first project is submitted.

About Teams
There are TWO teams this round:




--Teams are where like-minded players join to work together.
--There is no limit to the number of people in a team.
--Though you may feel at home on more than one team, pick the one that draws you the most.
--You may choose a new team at the beginning of each season, but you cannot change teams during a season.



---How To Turn in a Project---
Spend at least 30 minutes crafting a project that fits the requirements of a posted prompt.  Take a photo of your finished project.  Post your project photo(s), along with the Completed Project Header, in this thread.

--COMPLETED PROJECT HEADER--
Use this header for each project you submit. Research Projects have a special header, which can be found in the Research Project Lab.

Prompt:  (please include month & category)
Team:
Medal Event:
Bonus Points: (include which bonus points you think you've earned, e.g., Giver, Engineering, Community, etc.)
Project Name:
Project Link: (if available)
Brief Description: (how it fits the requirements, pattern/techniques/recipe used, any fun tips, etc.)
Project Picture:

You may add more than one project to your post, but a Completed Project Header must be used for each project you submit.

For the Research Project Proposal and Submission Headers, visit the Research Project Lab.



---Point System---
Challenges, Battles, UFOs, Team Spirit, and Red Alerts will earn 20 points unless otherwise denoted.  Challenges, Battles, UFOs, Team Spirit, and Red Alerts are eligible for additional Bonus Points.  All projects submitted under these prompts must meet the 30 minute crafting time requirement.

Brownie Points Projects will earn 20 points, and ARE eligible for additional Bonus Points.  Brownie Points Projects are items crafted for charity during the season that are NOT turned in as a prompt or Research Project.  Brownie Points Projects must meet the 30 minute crafting time requirement.  There is no limit on the number of Brownie Points projects you may submit during a season.  Be sure to claim Giver Bonus Points on any Projects (including Brownie Points) you complete!

Random Acts projects will earn 25 points, and ARE eligible for additional Bonus Points.  Random Acts projects can be anything that you don't turn in under another prompt that would be considered a random act of kindness/craftiness.  This might be things like abandoned art or public art/crafting.  You must submit photos of both the completed project AND an "action" shot of the act being conducted.  Random Acts projects must involve at least a two hour time commitment (crafting+action combined).  You may submit up to TWO Random Acts projects per season.  

Free-Range Crafting projects will earn 20 points, and ARE eligible for additional Bonus Points.  Free-Range Crafting projects can be anything that you don't turn in under another prompt.  Free-Range projects must meet the 30 minute crafting time requirement.  You may submit up to two Free-Range Crafting projects per season.  

Big Time projects will earn 50 points, and ARE  eligible for additional Bonus Points.  Big Time projects are anything that takes at least five hours of crafting time, and that you do not turn in under another prompt or crafting opportunity.  You may turn in up to three Big Time projects per season.

Zaps will earn 5 points, and ARE  eligible for additional Bonus Points.  Zaps are any projects that take fewer than 30 minutes to complete.  You may turn in up to five Zaps per season.

Research Projects will earn 200 points.  Research Projects are projects that take at least three weeks OR 20 hours to complete.  You must submit a proposal for a Research Project to count.  Research Projects are separate from the normal Challenge/Battle/UFO/Alert prompts.  In most cases it is not permissible to "double dip" on individual Research Project elements, so anything included in a Research Project cannot also be turned in for a Nerd Games Challenge/Battle/UFO/Alert prompt, or as a Non-Prompt Crafting Opportunity.  Research Projects are eligible for additional Bonus Points.
Visit the Research Project Lab for more information on completing a Research Project.




You can earn 10 Bonus Points for...
--Engineering: Turning in a project that includes a new tutorial, pattern, or recipe;
--Giver:  Crafting a project for charity;
--Community:  Creating a post for your project on the appropriate Craftster board and including at least three photos in your post, one of which must be a progress/process shot;
--WIP It:  Completing a WIP/UFO (Work-In-Progress/Unfinished Object);
--Brain Power: Completing a project that required you to learn a new skill or technique;
--Swaptastic: Completing a project for a swap, or that will be donated to the Nerd Games Raffle;
--EPIC!:  Completing an item that takes more than 45 hours of crafting time, and posting at least one progress shot during the course of project (post progress shot in the Discussion Thread);
--Prompt specific:  Some prompts may include the opportunity for special bonus points.  This information will be included in the text for the prompt.
You may earn more than one set of bonus points for your project.








At the End Game, there will be Winners (but really no losers)
--Team Winners: average taken from number of players & point scored
--Special Awards: given by gamemakers
Winnings will include bragging rights, badges, and possible prizes.



Nerd Battles Staff
--Head Gamemaker: LovelyMiss
--Project Tracker: storerboughtcreations
--Badge Creator: bunny1kenobi
--Pinterest Pinner: rockingbearranch


Team Captains
--Analog: Mountains and Clouds
--Digital: ActsofCraftiness


Official Nerd Battles Pinterest Board


Have feedback or ideas for the Nerd Games?
Click here for the ongoing Nerd Games suggestion collector.
Note: Submissions using the above link are anonymous unless you leave your username.


Previous seasons:
Summer 2013
Fall 2013
Winter 2013-2014
Spring 2014
Summer 2014
Fall 2014
Winter 2014-2015
Spring 2015
Summer 2015
Fall 2015
Winter 2015-2016
Spring 2016




---This is the home for Completed Projects, Research Project Declarations, and "Oooos & Ahhhs."  For discussions, chatting, and progress pics, head over to the Nerd Discussion thread.  Posts will be moved to appropriate location when necessary.  Thanks for your help in keeping the Nerd Games in order!---
10  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Five necklaces and a necklace stand on: April 26, 2016 09:44:46 PM
I've started having to dress up for work again, and decided my outfits needed some bling. 

I don't usually wear much purple because it doesn't go well with my skin tone, but I wanted something to wear for #PurpleforPrince, so I made this last week.





A bright a cheerful necklace...this one took quite a while, because all of the tiny pink beads are on their own eye pins.  It is actually quite long; there are more beads hiding behind the necklace stand.



Skulls and flowers.



Double layered.  The depth of the colors is kind of lost in the photo.



And this one, which is prettier in person.  Very sparkly.




I also wanted something to photograph necklaces on, so I made a necklace stand, which is holding all of the necklaces above.

I made the template in Publisher and cut out two layers of foam core.  I only did the slit in the back layer, so the wedge stand could be inserted (see below).



I just gave the layers a quick coat of spray adhesive and covered them in fabric.  I did them separately so I could stick them together, back to back, and the back of the stand would be fully covered.  If I made another, I wouldn't care so much, and would just stick them together, and cover it all as one piece.

 

The little notch in the wedge is to hold the chain/string so the necklace stays in place more easily.  I added a cross bar for more stability, and used hot glue to kind of "weld" the wedge in place.  It works well, and I got to make it all out of stash.  Grin



Thanks for looking!
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