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1  Re:Plastic Chip Containers in What the heck can I do with THIS? by momo on: January 27, 2004 10:16:10 AM
actually here is a picture of my pots, I used a x-acto knife to cut them... I suppose you can paint them with acrylics or decoupage them esasily, mine are white and I love them...
hum I didn't make the yellow one he...

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2  heart fabric in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by momo on: January 13, 2004 12:32:53 AM
any out of the ordinary ideas of what can I do with these?



it's just cotton fabric, but I wanna do something else than the evident...
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3  spaghetti friend (cute gift for a baby) in Completed Projects by momo on: January 12, 2004 11:57:45 PM
I made this for the son of my old history teacher, with some fabric leftovers, and dacron form an old pillow... I hope, that at least the pictures are self explaining (my english is rustier than I tought)...

You need:
Scrapes of cotton fabric, some dacron(the stuffing thing), some left over ribbon, a little bell, fabric paint, some yarn, a small piece of cardboard.

Cut a rectangle 30 cm long 6 cm wide.

Roll some yarn in a 3 cm wide piece carboard to get 6 cm long strips.

Distribute the yarn strips to make the hair on one of the ends of your rectangle, fold in half and machine sew (the hair should be sewn on whats gonna be the inside of the spaghetti friend)

Then the inside out, stuff,

sew the other end, make a bow, sew the bell,

paint a face,

and voila, an spaghetti friend


The name is tacky, but those make great gifts for babys, my brother had one as a baby and he loved it so much my mom made one for each of his little baby friends cuz they were fighting over it (one year old fighting over a toy, mmmm)
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4  ribbon bookmarker in Completed Projects by momo on: December 19, 2003 11:03:33 AM
;Dyou need like 70cm (28 in) of a more or less one inch wide ribbon, a couble of nice big bead, some thick thread, and some regular thread



make a a bundle with the thick thread and tie them toegheter, then saw the two endings of the ribbon and tie the bundle to them

then slide the beads onto the ribbon...


and voila! you got yourself a pretty bookmarker...




I made this for my grandmas as a christmas gift...

thanks comfits!
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