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41  Re: Christmas/Winter Ninni Swap GALLERY: send out by 12/7 in The Swap Gallery by Momof2! on: November 29, 2011 05:07:25 PM
I was crafting along with you guys doing a personal "Christmas ninni" swap with Susanab. I got the most AMAZING package in the mail today. First is the 2..not 1 but 2 hungry monsters she made for my daughters. I had to fight them to take the pictures before they ate the candy Cheesy. They both LOVE them. My 4 year old said hers was "the cutest thing I've ever seen".  Okay, brace yourself for this...an elf ninni!!!! OMG this is sooooo cute!! That was enough..but no...Susan made EVEN MORE...2 (again not one but TWO) ipod holders in the cutest fabric. It just so happens that they fit my phone also. I've got it in one right now. One has rodeo cowboys on it...this is perfect because we have horses and they are a big part of our life. She also included 2 very cute fabrics and I am already trying to figure out what I can make with them. Last, I thought I would include a picture of our kitty Jessie with the 2 hungry monsters. My daughter layed them on the recliner and Jessie decided to cuddle up and take a nap with them. My little one covered them all up. I thought it was adorable. Thank you Susan soooo much for a wonderful swap. Now I am definitely addicted and can't wait to do more!!




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42  Felt food in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Momof2! on: November 09, 2011 01:24:55 PM
I have started making a little felt food for my 4 year old daughter. I don't have any patterns, but everything I have done so far turned out okay. Okay enough for the 4 year old to enjoy, anyway. These were the first things I have made: pancakes with butter and syrup, bacon, eggs, then some chicken legs and carrots, and some chips. I have since made grilled steak, green beans, broccoli, doughnuts, sandwich with ham, cheese, lettuce, and tomato, and I think a few more things I can't remember right now. I am trying to make her a big set for Christmas and if I have the time, an apron, chef's hat, and maybe some laminated "menus" with pictures of the food. She loves to play restaurant.


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43  Faux brick backsplash in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by Momof2! on: November 08, 2011 07:42:33 PM
A few years ago, I decided I wanted a backsplash but couldn't afford a real one so I bought some paint and...waaa laaaa.. backsplash! Please excuse the old stove. I hated that thing!

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44  My daughter's riding pants in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Momof2! on: November 08, 2011 07:35:30 PM
I had the bright idea a few years ago to make some riding pants for my daughter. Had no pattern so I just kind of drew one onto newspaper and this was the result.


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45  My paper mache necklaces in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Momof2! on: October 27, 2011 09:00:00 AM
I have recently started using paper mache to make beads. These are my first attempts at any type of jewelry, and while I have used the paper mache strips for years, this is the first time I have made and used the pulp. Let me know what you think. It's a work in progress and I am working on some now that are turning out even better. Lots of ideas in my head. We will see how they work out  Grin

Again, I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong trying to get pictures on here..I am adding a link.





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46  Sock Monkey Couple in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Momof2! on: October 27, 2011 05:17:36 AM
Thought I would share a picture of 2 sock monkeys I made for my daughters last Christmas. My oldest daughter already had one so I made her a girl to go with the bought one. My youngest daughter didn't have one at all so the boy is hers. The overalls were made out of an outgrown pair of pants and the girl's skirt was from a scrap of fabric from outgrown pants and an outgrown/torn sweater.

I haven't posted 10 times and so I can only post this link and hope it works Smiley



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