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31  Re: Craft Your Daily Reflections--based on Leafcutter Designs Sky Scarf concept in Craftalongs by Phizzychick on: January 24, 2013 09:23:16 AM
Finally a photo! Cheesy

More blue than I would have thought too...
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32  Collaged Works in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Phizzychick on: January 22, 2013 08:40:05 AM
A few collaged canvas boards. I started these yonks ago, and have just got around to tinkering with them to finish them off. They all have a painted base which I've randomly printed with stamps and bubblewrap, then collaged and added randon bits to my heart's content Cheesy

The Secluded Nest

A Lofty Home

Conspicuously Lovely

Worshiping Under the Oak

Thanks for looking! Smiley
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33  Just tea for two, and two for tea... in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Phizzychick on: January 07, 2013 06:22:00 AM
...just me for you, and you for me... Smiley

Inspired by my 'family portraits' http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=418605.0 I made some more with my favouite things...cups of tea! Cheesy

They're 5x7 boards covered with pages from an old Italian book (that somebody had very kindly left handwritten notes in), inked a quick teacup sketch and painted a little with watercolours. Then I added some vintage lace, bits of scrapbooking paper, vintage buttons, and the wee teabag tags hanging over the cups.

Thanks for looking Smiley
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34  Family Portraits in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Phizzychick on: January 03, 2013 04:09:21 AM
I've been collecting photos of interesting people for a while and thought they deserved their own portraits Smiley

Just some old book pages, lacey bits and a few splashes of paint here and there...

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35  Re: Craft Your Daily Reflections--based on Leafcutter Designs Sky Scarf concept in Craftalongs by Phizzychick on: January 02, 2013 02:01:34 PM
A wrap would be fun! I also think it would be fun to knit more rows and create a Dr Who style sky scarf.

Here's my choices. Obviously I'll have to be selective with the big 'un Smiley
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36  Re: Harry Potter Tree Skirt in Winter Holidays by Phizzychick on: December 19, 2012 05:32:56 AM
I've lost a couple of the sections somewhere in my craft room, but you get the idea Cheesy

First I attached some sheets of paper together to create a piece large enough for the skirt. Then I drew a large circle the size I wanted the skirt to be using a pencil and piece of string to draw it out. I just drew around a little bowl for the centre circle. It helps if it's glass so you can see your centre mark! Then I just started dividing it into sections.
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37  Re: HO HO HO (Holiday Object x 3) Swap! Sendouts Dec. 3 in The Swap Gallery by Phizzychick on: December 19, 2012 04:46:25 AM
Get ready for the fantabulousness that is my package from tapestrymlp. And when I say package...check this wee fella out Wink

He is amazing. Words cannot express how much I love him! He looks so serene, no doubt enjoying a well earned rest in a 'bath' of Ho Ho Ho Holiday Blend tea after a good day's mischief! I can only imagine the work and patience this fella took to make. So much talent!

Here's the whole elfy goodness together...I love it all to bits!

She did so well managing to catch this elf, I hear they're sneaky to catch! It's beautifully made, and already up on my tree!

A gorgeous altered tin that is so true...I love it! I always get knickers and socks from my mum in my stocking Cheesy (what, 39 year old women shouldn't still get stocking gifts from their parents? Tongue)

Thank you so much, tapestrymlp! Merry Elfmass! Grin
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38  Harry Potter Tree Skirt in Winter Holidays by Phizzychick on: December 12, 2012 05:05:57 PM
Inspired my my swap partner, tapestrymlp and her love of Harry Potter and her house - Hufflepuff, this tree skirt was born. I can't tell you how much fun it was to work on...although I was pleased when it was finished Cheesy I need to start work on one for my tree now.

There is an owl, spell book, removable wand, sorting hat, winged key, scaly dragon panel with dragon egg, Deathly Hallows, golden snitch, a Weasley type sweater panel, Butterbeer label and tankard, levitating Christmas candle, owl post letter, pygmy puffs (hope they don't start singing!), Professor Helga Hufflepuff, sweets from Honeydukes...

Some detail pics

I've borrowed this photo from tapestry, so this is in it's new home with a lovely HP themed tree Smiley

Actually, all her photos are better than mine (darn cloudy winter day!) so here's the link to her post http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=416881.msg4944270#msg4944270
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39  Party Headband in Winter Holidays by Phizzychick on: November 08, 2012 07:36:16 AM
I spotted this spotty headband in a shop and thought it would be perfect for Christmas, it just needed something. Then I spied some felt coasters and the cogs started turning. They were a perfect match along with a vintage button. Easy peasy! Grin

I've been on the look out for headbands ever since I saw the most hilarious one in a shop with a plastic monkey on top. Sadly it wasn't well made enough for me to buy it, but one day I will have a headband with a plastic monkey on it! Cheesy

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40  Ninja Mummies! in Halloween Decor and Parties by Phizzychick on: November 02, 2012 11:00:09 AM

I imagine mummies would look a bit like this anyway...but these fellas are busy plotting things. They're experts in espionage, just watching, waiting for the right moment to strike and catch you off guard. They mainly do this by laying about the place. Wink

Be afraid. Be very afraid Cheesy

I scrunched up some newspaper and held it in place with tape. Then I dipped a piece of plaster bandage (I used modroc) into water and smooshed it with my fingers to move the plaster around the bandage. I wrapped this around the newspaper, covering all of the newspaper. Once this was dry (doesn't take too long if you pop them in a warm place) I painted black dots for the pupils onto wooden beads and glued them on. Then a little bit more plaster bandage to cover the eyes, placed in the right way, and voila!
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