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1  Re: Dr. Who Fill-a-Box Swap in The Swap Gallery by madibug377 on: August 19, 2011 06:34:35 PM
First swap, first gallery post. I hope I'm doing it right just putting it up here......ANYWAYS!

I came home from the most dreadful Defensive Driving class to find this:

Look at all she fit in there!

First up was this awesome Weeping Angel Mirror:



But it's not just any old compact:

WEEPING ANGEL IN MY EYE. HOW COOL. (I couldn't get a good pic of me actually in the mirror sadly.)

Next some embroidery floss in scarf colors (which I will be putting to use very soon!):


Some paper in various Who colors:

I scrapbook so this will be perfect for my recent trip to the DW Experience!

Some crepe paper in fez red and TARDIS blue and some blue sculpey:

I'm going to try to make myself a little TARDIS soon.

And what is this?


Bad Wolf ransom note-y letters!

These are perfect for my altered book. I'm trying to sneak little DW references in.

And the best for last, this wonderful space themed fabric and THE COOLEST PINS I HAVE EVER SEEN:

Seriously, these are amazing and I love them so much.

The Vashta Nerada one went straight on my pin mannequin in my special pin spot:


Closeup:


There were also some lovely maple candies but I ate a few and I think my mom stole the rest. Everything was awesome ChameleonHound. Thank you so much!

This has been the greatest first swap experience! I'm so glad I did it. You guys are great. Smiley
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2  Look! It's the Police in Duct Tape! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by madibug377 on: July 19, 2011 07:19:34 PM
So my dad and I are a big fan of the band The Police and one of my favorite albums is Ghost in the Machine, both the songs and the album cover.



I love crafts and duct tape, too so I was inspired after one of their concerts a few years ago. I used shaebay's tutorial on YouTube ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yO72seZKgu0 ) and I think it turned out pretty good. I cut out all the spaces in the black electrical tape which was a PAIN but I like the end result.

Thanks for looking and remember - silence is golden but duct tape is silver!
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3  Long Time Lurker and Crafter, but First Time Poster: Doctor Who Eggs in Completed Projects by madibug377 on: July 19, 2011 07:08:34 PM
I didn't think it really belonged in the Holiday tags since I've had them out after Easter but anyways....



I've been completely obsessed with Doctor Who for a while so when my family had egg decorating night I decided to make mine into a Dalek and Eleven (fez and bowtie). I'm not usually happy with my projects, but I really love these! They sit in little egg cups on my bookshelf Smiley

Thanks for looking!
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