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1  Re: Magic Yarn Ball Swap Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by call_me_bambi on: September 15, 2006 10:34:50 AM
This was my yarn ball from Taloola. The yarn is a beautiful red color that the photos don't really do justice. It had all kinds of trinkets in it including a super cute vintage looking apron which is behind all the objects and really nice sewing scissors. Thank you Taloola!!!







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2  NEW iron on transfers w/ pics and One mistake!! Great paper! in Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Completed Projects by call_me_bambi on: March 29, 2005 03:43:16 PM
Okay I used the Burlington brand transfer paper that I bought at A.C. Moore. The texture is awesome and rubbery like a real shirt not rough and papery so that it will crack. I would definitely reccommend it except I tried using it on a dark shirt and that didn't work. I forgot that there isn't really 'white ink' and that the paper is just clear where it should be white so that didn't work out too well. But on all the light colors it came out great!


^^^^My mom's company's name on a t-shirt ^^^^

^^^^Page from The Little Fur Family that I used to love when I was little. ^^^^

^^^^Sorry it's so dark but the flash whited it out the first time I took the picture. But this is from an Art Nouveau style Alice in Wonderland card.

^^^^Here's the mistake. That's really what it looks like!  Sad But I will just stick to light colors from now on. ^^^^

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3  Sugar Eggs! in Easter by call_me_bambi on: March 21, 2005 11:39:07 AM
You've probably seen these before to buy in candy stores or different shops around Easter/Springtime. I used to make them when I was a little kid but they can be a lot of work so up until this year my family stopped making them. They're called either sugar eggs or panoramic eggs because there are little scenes on the inside through the peepholes that unfortunately you cannot see in the pictures. They're completely edible but we've always just kept them as decorations (they're bascially pure sugar so I dont' think they'd be too appetizing). All the decorating is done by hand with cake frosting that hardens except for the duck on top of the smaller egg that I purchased at a cake decorating store.







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