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1  R2-D2 phone case! in Needlework: Completed Projects by KearaQuinn on: April 11, 2013 09:59:32 PM
Haven't posted in awhile!

So I found one of those cross stitch iPhone cases in the Joanns clearance section for 2.97! I brought it home and the first thing my bf said when he saw that it was blue was, "R2-D2!!" I was inspired by this pixel pattern: http://gadgetsin.com/uploads/2011/04/pixel_people_star_wars_cross_stitch_patterns_2.jpg

Anywho, here it is!

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2  Re: Lets See Pics of Tattoos You Designed! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by KearaQuinn on: February 11, 2012 11:54:36 PM
LOVING this thread =]] Its so good to see people seeing tattoos as another form of art.

So my first tattoo, came about three months after I turned 18. I came up with the idea and my very artistically inclined boyfriend drew it up for me.
Here's the design drawing:

And here's the picture after I got it done, sorry for the crappy quality, cell phone pictures =/

The word is my last name in Gaelic and the big symbol means strength. The three little symbols came from my love of the saying Live, Laugh, Love; and they're all an integral of my strength.

My second tattoo was drawn and tattoo'd on me by a wonderful friend of mine. I've always had a fascination with dream catchers and this tattoo came after I had some trouble dealing with my parents' divorce. It really helped me realize that everything gets better eventually.

Here it is:
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3  Homemade Heating Pad in Completed Projects by KearaQuinn on: February 05, 2012 10:31:20 AM
My latest creation! I actually made this as a valentines day present for my boyfriend to help with his back problems.

It was some fabric I had left over that I sewed into a simple pouch, filled with rice and then sewed the seam in the middle.
I tested it out last night and it works super well, very warm. If I make another one I'd love to test out adding some sort of aromatherapy oil to the rice to make it smell good.  Smiley

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