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11  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Re: tons of rhinestones/mini diamantes on: July 18, 2005 12:49:03 AM
I'd get some fabric glue and start embellishing all my clothes and shoes, like putting little sparkles in the eyes and teeth of the faces on my concert tees, or glue them to the straps of my date-night sandals.  Hell, I'd probably even stick them in a flower pattern on the nail of my big toe  Wink  Ooh la la. I'm jealous.
12  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Re: Plastic Crow Beads on: July 18, 2005 12:38:48 AM
What are plastic crow beads. Could you please post a pic.

I'm not the OP, but I think they're similar to pony beads.

As for the original question, you could donate them to a school or a girl scout troop if there isn't anything you want to make with them.
13  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Re: dry cleaner plastic on: July 18, 2005 12:32:33 AM
They can be used as trash bags if you knot the end where the hanger sticks out. You may have to double them up, since they're thin, but it'll give you something to do with them.  Or packing material for swaps.
I've also seen Christmas wreaths made of them.  You take a wire coat hanger (you prolly have a bazillion of those too) bend it into a hoop, and tie as many fat strips of drycleaner bag as you can fit on there.  Fluff them out, and hot glue some ornaments on them, and bend the hook into a loop for hanging. They look kinda kitschy-cool, especially if the ornaments are of the gaudy vintage variety. I haven't seen one lately, but when I was a kid, everybody's grandmother had one to go with her fake silver christmas tree.
14  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: $2 Big ugly skirt becomes Hip mod Bikini (Tutorial Added) on: July 17, 2005 11:45:37 PM
I LOVE that.  Great work.  You could so sell that pattern, or the suits themselves.  Everybody who sees it is going to want one.
15  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: 1 sheep, 2 sheep, 3 sheep, zzzzZzzzz on: July 17, 2005 11:21:46 PM
Those are so cute  Cheesy  I love PJs (seriously, as soon as I'm home for the day, off with the street clothes and into the PJs even if it's still light out).  Homemade PJs would be the bestest. present. ever.
16  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: 2nd dress ever (formal)-- need some input too :) on: July 08, 2005 01:09:24 PM
Great job and congrats on the pregnancy  Grin.  I like the diagonal, but I'd  leave the hem straight too.  Maybe instead of beads you could cruise the thrifts for a vintage brooch.  It's such a versatile piece the way it is and I like how you can dress it up or down and get a few hottiemama date nights out of it while the baby's still cookin'.
17  CLOTHING / Shoes: Completed Projects / Re: more flats! Canada flats!! on: June 27, 2005 10:43:59 AM
I love those  Cheesy  I know they would sell and the possibilities are endless.  Until I saw a tut here, it never occurred to me that I could make my own. I don't think it occurs to most people to DIY, especially shoes, and I certainly haven't gotten around to it, even with my love for ballet flats and very clear tut.  The generic pleather flats go for around $15 US at a discount store, so figure up the cost of materials and your time and add $15 to that maybe?

I think I have a case of shoe envy coming on.
18  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: black and white flowery summerdress on: June 24, 2005 11:27:35 PM
Can't see the dress, so I looked in your profile to see if I could find a link to the pic there.  Didn't find that, but I did find your artwork, and it's absolutely amazing  Shocked
I love the sketch of the girl hugging her cat, and I Cheesy at the little nose-picking kid.
19  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Re: DIY Cloth Pads Tutorial on: June 20, 2005 09:14:35 PM
Well I was busy today and made three new cloth pads,

I like!  They look professional (not like mine). I like the polka dot one best.

I usually prefer the AIO variety, but I've just started to make some of the folding pads (from Sedrasmom's tut) for the same reason you made yours, and because I like having lots of cute pads with little chickens or shoes all over them. Cheesy
20  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: The Party Tank on: June 18, 2005 11:57:00 PM
Oooh, pretty  Cheesy  I can't wait to break out the bead stash and last year's beaters.  I hope mine turns out as awesome as yours.
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