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1  Re: October 2011 Birthday Swap - Discussion and Gallery in The Swap Gallery by lullababy on: November 08, 2011 03:46:02 PM
wanted to share what I received, I am beyond pleased, it's amazing! This is me in my kitchen with the apron that Lollipop67 made!
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2  permanent decoration for my room-dia de los muertos ofrenda/memorial (pic heavy) in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by lullababy on: June 01, 2010 12:55:16 PM
Heya,
When I moved back to my parents' house I was determined to redecorate my room to be less high school looking (I'm 25, haha). I'm obsessed with La Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead, and decided to put together a permanent altar/ofrenda memorial to loved ones in my family that have died. At first I was obsessed with working at it, but eventually that wore off and I just continued to add to it rather slowly for about a year. I'm finally content with how it looks and want to show it off! I had made sugar skulls, but they started to rot, so those are no longer there...

this is the complete view--sorry my humidifier got in it, haha!


another view without the candles lit


I bought the patch and the crocheted flowers on etsy...I wish I remembered the seller's names.


a better view of the patch


the tippity top with a frida kahlo portrait (my favorite mexican artist homage) and a calavera sculpture made by a mexican artisan that I purchased at a local imports store


a wooden skeleton and a picture of my late grandmother


"los esposos" cut-out designed by me, and a picture of my late uncle underwater


my uncle. Also a good picture of the candle holders I purchased from that same imports store. I believe they're from Peru.


a really great picture I found of my late grandfather


the other skull cut-out I made

Thanks for looking!


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3  cardboard letters wrapped in fabric in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by lullababy on: September 07, 2009 05:35:25 AM

These are letters I made out of thick cardboard and wrapped in fabric. Check out the vintage kimono scraps I used Smiley
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4  sugar skulls in Completed Projects by lullababy on: January 29, 2009 07:51:09 PM
These are inedible so they definitely don't belong in the food forum, they're sealed with sealant! These are for my year long dia de los muertos ofrenda Smiley









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5  papel picado in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by lullababy on: January 11, 2009 02:17:51 AM


I am making a year round dia de los muertos altar and this is what I have made so far for the papel picado...more will be coming. The first one is a sugar skull, the second is 2 angel skeletons...the angel skeleton one says "paz" which means peace in Spanish...
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6  Japanese pop themed piggy bank! in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by lullababy on: May 10, 2007 07:55:29 PM
this is a paper mache piggy bank I made from scratch that I decoupaged several years after making the bank haha. it has a pipe cleaner tail and a slot to put the coins in.


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7  picture record bowl in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by lullababy on: December 30, 2006 07:03:40 PM

side view

top view

I decided I loathed gwen stefani post no doubt AFTER I bought this record. I hated it so much that I was determined to make a bowl out of it, but I just got around to it today.

It didn't come out as I'd like but I think it is still neat. My hands are a bit tingly from the heat or whatever.
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8  Re: Ongoing Craft Package aka Stashbuster Personal Swap - DECEMBER in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by lullababy on: December 29, 2006 09:23:07 PM
I am in Rhode Island USA

I HAVE (this is going to be updated with more a bit later):
Japanese magazines:

1 seventeen in Japanese (slightly cut up on some pages)
1 cutie (this definitely has some wear and tear and I cut out some things a bit more than the seventeen)
2 Japanese guide magazines to hawaii


28 sheets multi colored tie dye origami papers


24 sheets japanese color printed designs origami papers


Ernie ball colored guitar picks


4 chanel woven wool small fabric scraps


small bag of multi colored metallic star beads


big bag of assorted plastic beads


small bag assorted sequins

assorted funky lego colors with holes i put in them for making beads


this completed craft here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=142443.0

I WANT:
felting supplies
semi precious stones, with or without holes in them (beads)
vintage paper with numbers, text, etc on it
Japanese text printed stuff
candle or soap making supplies
essential oils or herbs
letter stamps
vintage black and white colored in photos
cool or "hip" coloring books
vintage fabric
vinyl
silkscreen stuff
vintage sewing patterns (the older the better)



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9  vintage kimono ipod cozy in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by lullababy on: December 28, 2006 02:30:00 AM
So I was going to buy a nicer handmade one, but I figured why waste my money when I have some slightly above basic sewing skills and some nice vintage kimono scraps? I just had to buy some felt squares and snaps for this. I absolutely love the fabric, it's one of my treasures haha. I didn't think well enough to make it so that there aren't raw edges around some parts of the fabric, but it shouldn't fray too insanely because I used the zigzag stitch on the sewing machine. I might actually do an embroidery stitch by hand with red silk floss to further keep it from fraying, but I couldn't figure out how to thread a small headed needle with it. Here are some pictures:




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10  lego necklace! modelling it is lola the mannequin! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by lullababy on: August 11, 2006 12:10:13 PM

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