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1  Butterfly Shawl in Crochet: Completed Projects by baronessbookworm on: March 13, 2015 12:37:36 PM
I found the pattern in Raverly (no I'm not cheating on craftster!) it is by njSharon and DebiAdams.

It took me about a month and a half to finish the project and it was pretty easy pattern.  I used 3 different colors of yarn and about 6 balls of yarn. Sorry I cant remember what type of yarn I used, the colors of the yarn changed in hue as it goes. Plus its got some sparkles in it!!!
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2  new decor magnets form old catalogs in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by baronessbookworm on: October 28, 2011 01:34:48 PM
I had a few business magnets that I really have no use for. And a stack of Pyramid catalogs laying around. I love fairies and the artist JESSICA has some beautiful work, which having 3 kids...something would break. I used an exacto knife to cut out the pictures, mod podge the picture to the magnet. Voila... pretty magnets!!
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3  Reconstructed purse made out of Jeans and T-shirts in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by baronessbookworm on: October 17, 2011 06:52:00 PM
I made these two purses out of an old pair of jeans and a few old T-shirts. The Texas purse has the back pocket, which I use to put my phone in. Smiley




This one I made for my daughter.


Thanks for taking a peak!
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4  Halloween Wreath in Halloween Decor and Parties by baronessbookworm on: October 17, 2011 06:33:51 PM
I went to the dollar store and picked up a few things. A Christmas wreath, severed fingers, eye balls, bats, spiders, bloody bandages, and a ghost skeleton. My husband spray painted the wreath black. I added the bloody bandages as a ribbon, and used flower wire to hold the critters down (I tried using the hot glue gun but one fell off). My husband had to add some more "blood" to it. I had fun making it and it is hanging on my front door.
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5  Jack and Sally Silhouette in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by baronessbookworm on: October 17, 2011 05:51:35 PM
So this is my first project I am posting. Many of my fella craftster's have inspired me to make my own sihouette. I choose Jack and Sally from the Nightmare Before Christmas, because my husband and 3 kids love it. That and since Halloween is so close.

I printed a picture of the scene of Jack and Sally on the hill with the full moon behind them. I wanted the light from the inside of the window to shine through. I used black construction paper, I wanted a poster board but I didnt have any and I really wanted to start on it. So I cut the outline using an exacto knife with a quilters cutting board under it. I removed the moon, and a piece of the hill so you can see that it curls up under itself. I made a few, one I taped yellow tissue paper behind it, it really makes it pop. I did one in foam, that was hard! Any ways here it is, sorry about the window!!!
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