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1  Bye Bye Birdie - Image heavy in Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects by roniwink on: May 23, 2011 03:53:49 AM
Just finished a swap with found/recycled wind chimes.  So fun!! You should check out the whole gallery, http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=379325.0;all.  The bird cage was a "found item", the bamboo rods were originally a table runner that had been left out in the rain and the twine had to be thrown away.  The bamboo worked out great and sounded really nice.








Thanks for looking!
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2  Elvis Album Purse in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by roniwink on: May 23, 2011 03:38:15 AM
I made this a little while ago for a newbie swap, but just now posting.  I found the purple fabric first, and then couldn't stop until I found some Elvis vinyl.  I have this one completed and another half way done.  This was the first record purse I made, so it's not perfect, but I was pretty happy with it, and my swap partner seemed to like it.

Thanks for taking a look!




I don't have a very good pic of the handles, they are braided pleather.
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3  Re: Found or Recycled items, Wind Chime/Mobile Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by roniwink on: May 23, 2011 03:19:21 AM
Finally posting pics, Sorry it took so long Kittymom13.  This weekend totally got away from me.

Close up

I wish my Nana was still around to see this one. She was in a kitchen band and she would have been very jealous.  It reminds me of the instruments she used to make, and it sounds like it too.  I wish we could upload sound files so you could all hear it!

Thanks again Kittymom, I love it!
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4  Re: Newbie Swap round 15 gallery! in The Swap Gallery by roniwink on: March 08, 2011 02:44:59 PM
I actually received my stuff last week, but I have had mandatory overtime again this week/weekend and so I am just now posting the pics.  I love everything.  She even sent a treat for my puppy dog Shadow.

There is an awsome jewelery board with hooks for necklaces, ribbon for earrings, and it is cork board behind the pretty paper if I need to improvise.  She made a great retro Atari joystick pin cushion.  Action shot here on my messing sewing machine...

She even sent me a cute blank book which is great because I am a chronic list writer.  I have blank books all over my house with ideas and reminders and this book is super cute.

Best of all I have a new necklace.  I have a nickel allergy, which seemed to throw her for a loop initially, but she made the prettiest necklace with no metal.  There is even a single cute little bird which I tried it get a pic of here.

And here's a blurry pic my husband took of me with it on.

Here's one more pic of everything.

Thank you crassy_mcnasty!!  I am finished with your stuff and I will be on it's way shortly.
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5  Shark!!! in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by roniwink on: January 31, 2011 11:30:11 PM
I made these shark mittens for my nephew for Christmas.  I started with the idea of embelishing premade mittens (ala Martha Stewart Monster Mittens on her web site), but decided to make my own from scratch.  I made them more like puppets instead of traditional mittens.  I had a lot of fun making them and he seemed to enjoy them.  My sister-in-law said he wore them to school the next day.

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6  Autumn Leaf Felted Scarf in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by roniwink on: January 05, 2011 11:12:57 PM
I was inspired by the previous post, Autumn Leaf Felted Scarf, and decided to try it for myself.

I didn't have cookie cutters so I used clipart off the internet and used brown fleece for the back.   The "sketching" was a lot of work, but I think it turned out really nice.  I think it would make a nice table runner too.
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