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1  Most beautiful necklace I've ever made :) in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by midget on: June 24, 2010 03:36:51 PM
Took several trips to the bead store and supplies gathered over time, from all over. I'm really happy it turned out just as I envisioned. Let me know what you think--and be honest, I can handle it!





Charms all have some relevance to the word 'Journey'.

Thank you for looking!
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2  Help! Great pendant, no inspiration! in Beads: Discussion and Questions by midget on: May 24, 2010 08:43:36 PM
I'm clueless what to do with this wooden pendant I picked up at a bead fair a whopping NINE months ago! I love it, and would like to do something with an earthy feel, but I've never been able come up with anything for this one.

Do you have any ideas? I'd really appreciate them! Feel free to post photos too Smiley

(Measures 1 & 3/4 inches, top to bottom)

Thanks in advance!
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3  Romantic Red Heart Bracelet in Beads: Completed Projects by midget on: October 19, 2007 12:49:35 AM
My first creation with memory wire. I've read how-tos and seen some very nice things. what do you guys think? don't sweat, be honest Smiley





anyone know how to (or if you can) resize images with message board code?

Thanks!
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4  Bettie Page for Carlotta in Stenciling: Completed Projects by midget on: December 16, 2005 04:52:19 PM
I made this one for my friend carlo's birthday, the picture was kind of complicated to make into a stencil, alot of photoshop'n and a bridge for the dot of the 'i'. but i wanted to use this pic because it's one i knew she liked, plus searching for a better decent bettie pic's kinda hard, since she's a pin-up pioneer and all. Wink happy with the stencil, except there's overspray and when i touched it up i kinda over-correccted it so there's some blotches which kinda sucks. hope she likes it Smiley
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5  Shopping Cart HELP!! in Crafty Business Discussion by midget on: September 15, 2005 08:24:11 PM
i'm thinking of getting a paypal shopping cart, but i'm uneasy about it. i want a shopping cart display, like in a table... like this one:

(from interpunk.com)
but paypal doesn't have that kindo of code. is there a way i can setup a cart like this with paypal one? or a site where i can get a cart like this?

THANK YOU!!!
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6  H E L P: Bridges With Spray Paint!? on SHIRT in Stenciling: Discussion and Questions by midget on: March 05, 2005 06:01:33 PM
Hey, i was wondering if any of you have made bridges with spray paint that you fixed up later. i'm not sure i could do this with spray paint, because it would overlap. i've been working on this stencil for a while and there really is no convienent place to put a bridge that i COULDN'T fix later(like sneaking a little white inbetween the lines and leaving it), because the outlines are so thick.see how his face in encircled in hair and a chin-shadow.


sorry for going on, any suggestions??? THANK YOU Smiley this shirt's really important to me.

EDIT:

thanks geewhiz Smiley here's a pic.the white is the paper and the black in what i am going to cut out. see how his face would not be connected? usually i'd just put a bridge there and fix it up afterwards, but can you do this with spray paint(on fabric)?
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7  QUEEN - bohemian rhapsody jacket in Stenciling: Completed Projects by midget on: January 23, 2005 05:17:59 PM
this is my first post of something i actually did, because i don't have a camera of my own, my sister took these for me Smiley
just used your regular stencil (printed, lamenated and cut out), generic fabric paint. and a $1.50 hoodie. It only took about half a day Cheesy The hardest part was positioning it, it kept being crooked or not centered, and when it was the stencil wouldn't lay down flat cause it would have a wrinkle.

Close-up so you can see all the faults Cheesy i changed little things, and i had to fix freddie's upper lip and the other guy's eye with a sharpee.

the final product. it looks like there's a lot of extra space, but when it wraps around the body, and the hood hands down, it's alright.

the original image
I'm really happy with how it turned out, thanks for looking!
  -midget
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