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1  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Random jewelry I have made (pic obnoxious since it's a few things) on: February 01, 2014 10:43:09 AM
In an attempt to clear out my craft room, I have been pulling out all of the "half finished" projects and completing them. 

Here are some I finished up last night and today. 






And here are some I did awhile ago and forgot about.  Tongue




I'll post more later as I finish up more.  It's so wrong that I have kept things like "closures" keep me from doing it.  Bad crafter, no coffee!
2  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Some of us who wander are LOST on: February 01, 2014 10:21:20 AM
So I'm a little obsessive about LOST.  It's been a few years, and I still randomly shout "We have to go back" at my family, just because it fits the situation.

Because this obsession is still dear to my heart, I decided to make something to shout it to the world a little more quietly. 

Behold, my (still in process) Lost charm bracelet.  Sorry for the shadows, my lighting stinks..






3  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / My 6 year old's lightsaber- my crafty little heart explodes with the cuteness... on: June 11, 2012 08:42:07 AM
Mods:  Please feel free to move if necessary- just a bragging mom Smiley

My son (age 6) has been admiring my hooplas that I receive in swaps, and has often lamented that I don't let him help.  Today, he made his very own light-saber.  He is super proud of it, and asked that it be put on his own "hoopla wall".

In process shot:


And the completed hoopla:

4  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Beads: Completed Projects / My turquoise obsession.... on: June 10, 2012 08:07:50 AM
Lately I have been just crazy about the color turquoise.  I seem to gravitate toward it everywhere I go.  Well, I decided to make something so that hopefully it will get out of my head for awhile.

I have about 6 unfinished projects, but these are the three I completed so far- all are on a butterfly theme, because I had a belt that I re-purposed into several focal pieces.

It was supposed to be a necklace, bracelet and earrings, but in my desire to make it nifty, I went about 2 inches overboard and wound up with an anklet instead Tongue


Thanks for looking! C&C are much appreciated.  Smiley
5  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Discussion and Questions / My quest to explore the world of inchies...a rambling kind of question on: January 12, 2012 04:15:35 AM
Okay, so I have been putzing with scrapbooking for years- my pages are...boring.  I don't do all the fancy-scmancy stuff that other people do, and I'm sorta jealous, but hide it behind a facade of "that's too busy for my taste"...but I digress.

Having been on here for awhile now, I have explored this "inchie' concept with both fascination and fear.  You see, the papercrafter in me wants to Do. That. Now!  And the creative-in-the-head-not-so-much-in-practice me says...waitaminute!  You know that you are gonna botch the heck out of that and then be thoroughly annoyed.

So, I have been being patient (yeah right) and have been pulling together my tiniest of little things from all my crafting areas and piling them together, and thinking... a lot.

While cleaning out my "punches and scissors" drawer- plastic and it broke, grr- I found this punch that makes...you guessed it...squares!  While doing a happy dance because now I can quit using my paper cutter like a fiend to make little squares...
Except... I can't.  I tried it, and they aren't inch squares...they are 5/8" or so.  In my disappointment I did not measure.

So...onto the point of this posting...opinions, please:

Do "inchies" have to be an inch exactly, if you choose to join a swap?  Not that my skill set is up to a swap yet, but for future reference.

Thanks for your time and patience reading my ramble... Smiley

6  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Introduce Yourself / Dewshinesdopp here in Florida on: January 02, 2012 08:35:04 AM
Hi all!  I have been randomly commenting on things, lurking, coveting and all for a few months.  Just joined a couple craft-alongs, and am waiting to find out if I will be in my first swap or not.

I am definitely an amateur crafter, doing dribs and drabs of lots of things (mostly scrapbooking, beading and stashing things for "when I learn how to...")  Roll Eyes

I live In Florida (West Coast) near Tampa.  I have a 12 year old girl who loves to craft as much as I do, and a 5 year old boy who is learning to love to craft.   I also have a very tolerant DH who puts up with my crafty mess...  I mean craftiness. 






 
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