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81  Re: help with frizzy hair in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by iSearchToBeLost on: May 01, 2005 03:03:59 PM
I LOVE THAT BOOK! it's soooo true. It made me love my curls. try this product called "noodle head". it's the best thing i've ever tried. my mom is a stylist, so she used to bring home alot of fancy stuff- and that never worked. noodle head- we bought at SALLY'S! It works wonders and leaves me with barely any frizz.
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82  Re: Ironing your hair with a clothing iron??? in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by iSearchToBeLost on: May 01, 2005 03:01:49 PM
The brand is called noodle head. its like a white cream you comb through with your fingers. its like 4.50 a tube. its honestly the best thing ive ever used.

Seee? No frizzies either.
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83  NEW Duct-Tape painted Jeans pluse tutorial in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by iSearchToBeLost on: April 22, 2005 01:58:32 PM
I bought these jeans at the thrift store for 4 dollars. As you see- theyre way too long for me because im 5'3"

Anyways, i cut like 6 inches off the bottom and then sewed a line so they dont frayy TOO much. Then i cut out a triangle from the back and sewed them up so they werent too frumpish on me I then made my pattern in tape. i just ripped strips and went at it.

After that, i took some paint and sponged it on. i used two colors for each scheme for depth.

Then i waited till the morning when they were dry, and i removed the tape- and put em on.

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84  Looped potholder purse (those little cotton loops) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by iSearchToBeLost on: April 20, 2005 12:06:11 PM
I recently came across an old bag of those occton loops that we used to make potholders out of. And since i have like 3 looms, i made one, and then another, and i "bninded" two of them off together by intertwining a loop from each loom, so it connected them. i used a hook to make it easier. I ended up needing 6 single potholders- but i did it in 3 sets of two. (i just sewed them together to from a 2x3 grid). then i sewed the sides up, and added a strap and a closure. For the closure- i just figer wove them into a ball, and made a loop on the flap to hook it onto.

Im sorry if this doesnt make much sense- if you have questions, let me know, and i'll reply the best way that i can.

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85  Knitted bracelet with buttons made from a skirt in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by iSearchToBeLost on: April 18, 2005 11:07:52 AM
I had a pretty plaid skirt that didn't quite fit right, and i had read somewhere you could knit using almost anything, including fabrics. so i cut it into a long strip in a continuous montion, spiraling upwards so it was one long yarn, and i knitted it on size 10 needles (i think- it's fairly tight) using 4 stiches. After i was done, i binded off  and joined the edges using simple colored embroidery thread. Then, i added the buttons for flair.



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86  Painted back pockets in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by iSearchToBeLost on: March 29, 2005 12:28:29 PM
So i used printer transfer paper for the gun, and went over it with permanent marker and pink and black paint. the other side, i drew in the stripes with a sharpie, filled in the blue and then went over it with black paint. Eventually ill get a pic up of the legs, i made a seam up the back so they're more straight legged. I HATE bellbottoms.
     

I dont know what else to do to them
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87  Re: Duct-Tape painted Jeans in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by iSearchToBeLost on: March 29, 2005 11:10:02 AM
Yea- here's the waistband. The blur is my cat walking in front of the mirror.
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88  Duct-Tape painted Jeans in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by iSearchToBeLost on: March 29, 2005 10:54:45 AM
I bought these from a thrift store, and the waist was way too high. since they were button fly, i just cut the waistband off and still had buttons to close them with. then i cut the fly off. Then, i made striped with ducttape on the sides, and sponge painted a red layer, then orange and yellow. when they dried, i took the tape off, and the parts with the tape on them stayed clean.

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89  Re: HELP! Pony bead ska belt! Clasping? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by iSearchToBeLost on: March 25, 2005 12:35:45 PM
Its like those pony beaded lizards we made in grade school.
The pink and blue are the same strand, i just color coded it for clarity.
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