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11  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Re: Oatmeal and milk scrub/cleanser on: August 11, 2013 09:34:05 PM
Yes it does.  I forgot to say I sometimes mix it with yogurt and that when I swear my face feels so soft...

It sounds nice! I bet it makes your skin feel great!
12  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Mullet Skirt on: August 10, 2013 05:10:00 PM
Craftster is a place where the members are inspirations.  Where I can find new sites to feed my crafting yearnings.  Like http://whatthecraft.com/.  To see the cool stuff everyone is doing.  PS most of the time they are really helpful and friendly no nasty comments. So supportive!



This is my mullet skirt. Hi-low skirt. Fishtail skirt... whatever you call it.  I wanted to try to make one from a goodwill find but couldn't find any I liked.  I used the lace that I had that I wanted to make a fairy skirt with but thought wow that would like great on my gauze skirt. 

OH.  Thank you smarmy for your help on What the Craft site for both pieces!

The ruffle on the bottom was a last hour idea... LOL I think that is what took the longest. What ya think?
13  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Oatmeal and milk scrub/cleanser on: August 10, 2013 04:59:38 PM


To me Craftster is a place where if simple things can be beautiful. I can find things that I can make that are easy and good for my skin.  I happen to have  very sensitive skin so I make many of my own stuff.

This is my scrub/cleanser I make.  It is just ground oatmeal and a little dry low fat milk. Like 3 part oatmeal 1 part dry milk.  I add the milk to the blender when grinding my oatmeal.  

I will use it straight for a scrub.  I add it to my wet face or body. For a cleanser I add water and make a paste (wait for it to soften up)

I use a old spice bottle so I don't have a accident in the shower LOL
14  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: halter tops reconstructed on: August 08, 2013 09:31:57 AM
opps did I post this too the wrong community?
15  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / halter tops reconstructed on: August 08, 2013 09:27:50 AM
I bought a couple of t-shirts from the thrift  to make into halters.  First thing I did was look on Craftster!! I got lost for hours looking at many tutes! I am not complaining!! I love Craftster for ideas and help with making what I have in my mind become a beautiful item!! I saw this faux corset tutorials http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=136462.0#axzz2bOUcNOuD

I did change it a bit... I tried to cut the tabs but the material really was being a pain.. I cut the hem off the bottom  sewed them to the sides of the corset and cut those into the "tabs"  I changed my too small t-shirt to this cute halter:



this is what it looked like before:


This is how it looks in the front now:


So after  looking at many of the tutorials I had a too large for me top that I LOVED the back as you can see the angel wings:


So I thought why not do something for the sides??
This is what I came up with:



Now I have a couple sexy halters to wear on the hot and humid days...

16  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Making My First Bridal Gown on: March 08, 2013 06:05:29 PM
beautiful
17  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: Not just for a Kid, but BY a Kid! on: March 05, 2013 09:00:33 PM
WOW great job
18  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: Merida's dress for a birthday party on: March 05, 2013 08:57:39 PM
velour is a b*tch to work with! But the dress turned out great!!
19  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: back pack top on: October 18, 2012 12:15:47 PM
Thanks!
20  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / back pack top on: October 15, 2012 10:03:09 PM


I had two tops that were too small.  One shirt shrunk in the shoulders.. I work in a wholesale club so I get a work out on my arms.   the other shrunk the long way it was too short to wear to work and kept falling off my shoulders.  Here are the 2 shirts before


I made a few shirt that the arms were too tight bigger by adding a criss cross corset type decoration where I used t-shirt yarn for.  Like in  this close up
 

I'm thinking this is a sexy corset looking arm but a couple of my co-workers said they look like backpack tension things.... so I had a little fun and design this shirt to be my backpack  shirt... I added a pocket to the front.. it's not easy to see on my mini me,  But as you can see I added a D ring on the sleeve.   I wanted a long sleeved shirt cause I have a bunch of t-shirts now.... Plus I love the button to keep my rolled sleeves up if I get a little  warm at work.... 
 
So I have a backpack shirt now!! LOL   
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