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31  Re: Common Ground Round 2 swap gallery in The Swap Gallery by Helena Puck on: April 08, 2014 09:10:53 AM
I received from bunny1kenobi yesterday but I had some trouble uploading photos so I had to wait until today. I think I duplicated one photo four times. If anyone knows how to fix that, please let me know.

Anyway, back to my goodies from bunny1kenobi! She sent me some really wonderful things: A stenciled mermaid shirt with the words "Save the Mermaids. Keep our oceans clean" painted on it, two containers of lip balm: one of She-ra and another of Wonder Woman, beautiful religious artwork, a mini lamp, mini colored pencils, and a tiny book, two pairs of earrings: one in red and copper that I am wearing now and another of abstract painted blue cubes, two I-spy bags for my boys, lace up cuffs, and a fairy tale frog prince art card.


After work, I immediately put on the shirt. The shirt is comfy and fits perfect. Sorry, the picture turned when I uploaded.


Love the earrings. Nice and big but light weight.

 
Lace up cuffs in a pretty bag and a frog prince art card.


I put the lipbalm with my other chapstick tubes on my trinket shelf. I keep my chapstick visible so I won't lose them. Now, I have pretty chapstick tubes worthy of display Smiley


Here is a close up of the neat miniatures. We both have a love minis. The little lamp is really inventive. It looks like it is made up a tack, headpin, and beads stacked together to create the lamp shape. The minis are also on my trinket shelf.


I-Spy Bags!



Here is the religious art. It is of the Jesus walking through the crowds when the woman who touched him to ask for help. It is beautiful and will be a wonderful addition to my home among all my religious art. I treasure this! It is already framed and matted using my favorite snap together frame where the backing is flat and the glass slides into the practically invisible base.

I have to be honest; while I was at work, I checked pinterest and saw the mermaid shirt pinned on pinterest and almost repined it until I saw it was made by bunnyikenobi. Instead, I was secretly hoping it was for me. After going to the link and seeing the lipbalm, I was pretty certain they were. Then, I got home to open my goodies. THANK YOU!!! It is exactly what I wanted even before I knew it was all for me Smiley
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32  Re: Complete Nonsense Swap - Gallery (Sign-ups Feb 14-28... Send Outs March 28) in The Swap Gallery by Helena Puck on: March 29, 2014 07:29:58 PM
I received from our amazing swap organizer, Onyxnox. She spoiled me with over-the-top awesome!

Here is all the awesomeness received:

A painting with hammered grommet hangers of the Scarecrow with my all-time-favorite quote,


a beautiful and impressively stitched hoopla of a unicorn with a wood burned Shel Silverstein quote around the wooden frame,


a beautiful copper etched cuff of Shel Silverstein's quote from the poem "Love" with the illustration,

a Nonsense necklace with Alice,

a copper necklace on a red cord of Alice with a crochet flamingo (which I mentioned was one of my favorites. Because I love the crazy flamingo crochet), and a bonus Mustache drawing set. For some reason, my last pictures were messed up. So, I'll try to update with a picture of the mustache set and a new or the copper Alice necklace soon. I just didn't want to delay too much.

I love everything! Everything was beautiful, carefully, and artistically made. Onyxnox, I would absolutely love some pointers because I desperately want to learn how you made these beautiful etching on copper and the fancy stitching you used on the unicorn.  What type of material was used on the cuff? It is really comfy against my skin, and I love the pattern too. I love the thick copper textured loops. I mean, every detail is absolutely amazing.
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33  Wedding Gift in Needlework: Completed Projects by Helena Puck on: March 20, 2014 02:51:26 PM
I just finished my dad's wedding gift. They said no gifts but I wanted to show my support.



I stitched the Mr & Mrs Wee One pattern by Heart in Hand on hand dye 14 count ale aida. I mounted the completed design on a Pres-On adhesive board cut to size and put it in a glassless 5x5 primitive green frame with a square piece of cardboard for the backing. Since the frame was thick enough for the fabric, adhesive board, and cardboard, everything was pretty snug but I decided to use my staple gun around the sides to hold the card board. 

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34  Re: 2014 Affirmation Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Helena Puck on: February 27, 2014 10:15:23 AM
I just receive a WONDERFULLY AWESOME package from Melissa, honeyd. She knew exactly what I needed today. I was in the middle of grading and completing a project when the mail came but I would let myself open it until I was done.

And when I opened it, I literally cried. She Stitched my all-time favorite Shel Silverstein quote on canvas. Here it is. And, I really did cry when I saw it. It means so much to me. No fairy godmother or wishing on a star for me, I did things my da&n self. Definitely an affirming quotation!


For some reason, the photo shifted when I uploaded it. So everyone, tilt your head or turn your screen. It's an awesome work of art Smiley

Here is a close up of that amazing stitching.


And to top it off, she included a washi tape journal (perfect for this crazy list writer) and a washi mini print with the words, "Bee You" with a nifty Oz card. I'm going to hang it next to my Tim Burton Alice in Wonderland birthday card.



Thank you again honeyd!!
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35  Cross stitch Hoops (3 pictures) in Needlework: Completed Projects by Helena Puck on: February 24, 2014 01:01:10 PM
Recently, I made a few cross stitch projects for my swap partners.

I made this little Dorothy. The design in by Brooke's Books Publishing. I love the design, especially the intricate way the shades of blue simulated plaid. I hope to complete the whole Oz series for myself.

I think my favorite is the silver shoes. I ended up adding some more backstitching because I used white aida that blended with the sleeves and apron.



For the Box of Sunshine swap, I stitched Funshine Bear because we both love 80's cartoons and a Mill Hill Sun ornament.





This was my first attempt at beadwork. I had to customize the pattern because I struggled with the bead colors which makes it one of a kind.
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36  Re: Box of Sunshine Gallery (SO Feb 17) in The Swap Gallery by Helena Puck on: February 20, 2014 10:21:04 AM
What a great day! The sun is out and my box of sunshine from crazyda79 came in.

I opened the box. . . to find all kinds of bright and sunny things


like a bee container filled with candy



Tangled themed potholders
Smurf notepad
Daisy towel decoration
Sun wall hanging
webkin duck
wood frame
two plastic magnets- a dog and banana
foam coasters
cat toy
grow a seahorse
Burt's Bee chapstick
two Smurf pins
A bracelet and necklace self



Smurfette and Sassette painted plate for my smurfy kitchen
Smurf figures- smurfette, sassette on a pencil, and a skateboarding smurf
Sunkist, Smurf, and Mario Brothers gummies
LOTS of seeds
a windsock
She-Ra ribbon (I see a new keyfob in my furture!)
Carebears and Minions stickers
Sun foam bookmark
yellow ribbon
four angry bird erasers that I'll have to share with my boys
beach themed napkins

and a beautiful yellow ribbon necklace


I just love everything!!!
 
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37  Re: OT Literary Thing and A Used Paperback Swap Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by Helena Puck on: February 16, 2014 07:51:29 AM
Check out what adrienne_bowers sent me, a copy of Wuthering Heights, The Reader, and a custom Hunger Games themed stamp.



Here is a close up of the awesome stamp!

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38  Wesley the Owl in Needlework: Completed Projects by Helena Puck on: January 28, 2014 07:19:23 PM
Here is one of the projects I made while I've been snowed in. I've been anxious about sharing this little owl I stitched for my swap partner in the OT Literary Thing swap. He was inspired by Wesley, the Owl.



I stitched him on perforated paper, added seed beads for eyes, and added a pin backing.
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39  Maker's Mark Bottle in Needlework: Completed Projects by Helena Puck on: January 19, 2014 04:52:04 PM
In an effort to personalize a birthday gift card, I designed this Maker's Mark Bottle pattern and stitched it on perforated paper.



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40  Santa and Noel Claus in Needlework: Completed Projects by Helena Puck on: January 09, 2014 07:59:32 AM

I named Mrs. Claus Noel based on some of the cheesy Hallmark and ION shows that I have been watching during Christmas break. She needed a name too.
 
After Christmas, my husband pointed out that I rarely stitch things for myself even though stitching makes me really happy. So, I raided the huge $5 box of kits and supplies he picked up for me at the local thrift shop months ago, a wonderful find I might add.



I made this neat little design just for myself. The kit also included an adhesive mat and a plastic red frame. I'm very happy with how it turned out. I ended up not stitching Happy Holidays because it distracted from the focus of the kiss.

The design is called Happy Holidays by Pat Maloney Bord, published by The New Berlin Company in 1992. Just love thrift store finds!

Now, I hope the completion of this design with inspire me to finish the Dimensions Santa before next Christmas. I'm hoping to give "Santa's Secret" as a gift next year.
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