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1  Re: e-based recipe swap for omnivores in The Swap Gallery by elecbunni on: April 14, 2006 02:55:35 PM
Here's a picture of the book I made and sent to Vancy with all of the recipes. I was actually really pleased with how it came out. Quite sturdy and the pages are all in plastic for any little cooking messes that may occur.



I also drew on some of the recipe pages, just for fun Smiley



Thanks for organizing this swap, PlayItGeorge! Everyone's stuff looks great!
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2  Re: 3.5 Month Stash Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by elecbunni on: February 05, 2006 05:47:59 AM
Alright, I found my camera cord, woohoo! Here is the very nice scarf and hat set PPcakes sent..



and here are the things I sent to her...



an apron, made with stash fabrics and a tea towell I had hanging around



and a handbound book of scrap paper covered with some paper I swiped from my grandparent's house, my grandma used it to line her drawers Smiley

Great swap, ladies. Thanks again to Qwerty!
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3  Re: 3.5 Month Stash Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by elecbunni on: December 15, 2005 06:54:20 PM
I received mine today! Unfortunately, today happened to be my normal mailman's day off AND a nasty cold rainy day. Our replacement mailman is quite inconsiderant. So when I got home it was quite wet.



I mean so wet it was almost disintegrating.


(it wasn't so wet that it blurred the addresses, I did that to protect the innocent!)

Inside was some great stuff, though!



Thanks, PPCakes~!

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4  Re: TUTORIAL: Make a Lined Zippered Pouch in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by elecbunni on: October 01, 2005 05:47:29 PM
Everyone has done such a great job on all of these. Certainly a testament to a good tutorial! I went a little nuts  with it myself and here's the result.



Here's a detail of the teeny tiny buttons on one and my halloween one with the cutest ever halloween pattern of black cats and teeny pumpkins.

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5  Re: Stash Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by elecbunni on: October 01, 2005 05:43:23 PM
I got my package from Roxylu today, yay! Here's what she sent...



Some lovely lavendar handmade soap, a very pretty (and extremely well-made) necklace, and a cozy for knitting needles. My fiance was especially amused by the knitting needle cozy, he said it's like a condom for my knitting needles, hehe!

Thanks, Roxylu!
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6  Retro fabric sewing machine cover in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by elecbunni on: September 05, 2005 06:09:42 PM


Sorry for the blurry pic, but this is one of the fruits of my labor from this past long weekend. I LOVE this fabric! This was also my first attempt at homemade welting, which was a total pain in the butt, however, I do like how it came out. No more dust bunnies in my machine!
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7  Our wedding invites and other paper stuff (Img heavy) in Weddings and Bridal Showers by elecbunni on: August 20, 2005 07:42:20 AM
In true Craftster fashion, here are our invites. We had the wording printed and cut to size at a local print shop. They also perforated the tear-off RSVP postcard and the information sheet. Then I cut the brown backing paper and the strips of the leaf paper and zipped them through the sewing machine to keep it all together.



Then I made our guest book to coordinate. Coptic bound to open flat.



And the inside...



Then I made both sets of parents small photo albums as our gifts to them. Stab bound.



and the inside...



That's it for now! Hope you like!

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8  Wedding comb for veil w/ pic in Weddings and Bridal Showers by elecbunni on: July 13, 2005 07:07:15 PM
One more wedding craft I can check off my list! It's so darn satisfying to cross them off...



I'd been planning on making my own, but was lacking the motivation to actually do it. Then, one day I got this article magically delivered to my email, and it convinced me the time had come to attempt the comb.

The comb is actually 3 small combs wired together, I couldn't find one the right size that wouldn't rip my hair out. I got the pearl and rhinestone flowers for $3 at Hancock fabrics (on sale! woohoo) and I just whipped up the brown and orange beaded doodads from some stuff I had lying around. Then I wrapped the base of it in grosgrain ribbon because it was all pokey with wires.

I also sewed my veil on after I finished, but I forgot to take pictures of it. I'm actually pretty pleased with it and it was easy. I'd say any other bride could do it themselves, too!
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9  Yes, another ipod related accessory - shuffle armband in Completed Projects by elecbunni on: May 07, 2005 07:44:53 PM
My fiancee's sister is graduating from college next weekend. She wanted a pink ipod, but funds are tight, so she's getting a regular ol' ipod shuffle and a pink armband for it Smiley



and a closer view of it.



It also has an additional little pocket so if she takes it on a run, she can tuck her house key in it.
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10  Save the Date card with pic in Weddings and Bridal Showers by elecbunni on: January 25, 2005 03:27:19 PM
I designed these for our save the date card. It's the perfect size to fit in a business #10 envelope. I'm also including a little paper leaf with our wedding website address on it for more info. The red "sign" is actually a 2"x2" sticker I had printed at www.psprint.com. We took a the picture of us holding a sign that says "hope to see you there" so when you remove the sticker, you see the message underneath. Thankfully, my future mother in law offered to help me assemble all of them! All told, including postage, they should cost just about 75 cents each.

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