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1  Hobo Style Bags in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by 13anana on: Today at 09:27:41 AM


These are hobo style bags with an inside pocket and adjustable shoulder strap. You untie the ends of the shoulder strap, adjust, and then re-tie the ends. They each have a matching coin purse!

I found fabric in the same style as the Dog one but with a cat! That will definitely be the next bag I make! :3





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2  Re: Ice Cream and 1st Gen Pokemon Stickers in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by 13anana on: July 17, 2014 05:26:54 PM
I love all of these! I especially like the coloring on the cone with the eye patch.

Thank you very much! Cheesy
Love your icon btw, hahahaha.
Thanks!

I found this deep in the depths of my sketchbooks. Your post makes me want to revisit it somehow. I love monster food.

Oooooo, you totally should! Cheesy
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3  Ice Cream and 1st Gen Pokemon Stickers in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by 13anana on: July 15, 2014 09:10:53 PM




The ice cream cones are going to be one of a kind, they may share similarities, but they won't be exactly the same. The "creepy" ice cream cones will be separate sets, I might make some more really soon, if I have time. Cheesy
These were all so much fun to make!

These are all hand drawn, laminated, colored with colored pencils, and cut out by hand!
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4  Totoro Drawstring Bags in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by 13anana on: June 19, 2014 09:20:21 AM


I was greatly inspired by orcagirl2001's, on DA, wonderful drawstring bags (which you should check out, they are wonderful). And then when I realized that they could be used as dice bags, I had to make some!

I saw these pieces of fabric and instantly thought Totoro! I made each Totoro and spirits out of felt, then painted the faces and body markings with fabric paint. One big bag has Totoro on both sides, while the other big bag has Totoro on one side and the Spirits on the other. The small bag just has the spirits, one on each side.

Totoro and Spirits - My Neighbor Totoro
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5  Angry Ice Cream Plush in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by 13anana on: May 17, 2014 11:06:45 AM
I made some little ice cream stickers one day and I just loved their facial expressions, they were priceless. So I decided to translate them into plushes, because that's always fun! So this is the first one, it's a little angry guy, but gotta love that face.



I made some other ones, but I messed up on the cone part. I might just make them into little ice cream scoop cushions though, because I do like how the ice cream part came out. :3
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6  Some Pokemon Clay Figurines in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by 13anana on: May 08, 2014 02:27:42 PM
I made these a while ago but I still love how they came out. Unfortunately all of them except Bulbasaur aren't around anymore. They were handpainted with acrylic paint. The fire on Quilava was quite the hassle, but I really do love the final outcome.
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7  Amigurumi Animals in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by 13anana on: May 05, 2014 11:24:48 AM
The following are all the amigurumi animals I've made so far. I think I see improvement with each one I made. And that makes me incredibly happy. Cheesy
They're in order from the first I made to the latest ones I've made.













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8  Various Crocheted Cases in Crochet: Completed Projects by 13anana on: April 28, 2014 02:50:42 PM

First crocheted case I ever made. I thought a cute little teddy would be nice and I did like the outcome. Made myself proud.


Watched Soul Eater and at the end of it decided that I needed to make a case related to Medusa. So I crocheted this baby up and sewed arrows onto it. It was time consuming and hard work, but it was worth it. I then sewed up a little Medusa felt piece to hang on it.


A prize I decided to make for a contest that was held on DA. I was stumped at first as to what to make the case into, or represent. And I decided that why not a monster? Since the contest was monster related anyway. The winner named him Avocado and was quite happy with him.


Something I did for a Pokemon Secret Santa swap. It was fun to make and I like how it came out. I was worried that it was going to look a bit odd but it didn't in the end, so that made me happy.


I thought these would look cute and I was right, hahahha. Well they look cute to me. I had fun making these and I think I'll be making more in the future. I especially like how the blood came out.
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9  Little Lion Man and Sheep Dog in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by 13anana on: April 25, 2014 04:09:01 PM

This guy was inspired by the song Little Lion Man by Mumford and Sons. I had a lot of fun making him.Cheesy

He's made from faux fur, fleece, plastic safety eyes, and felt.



I call him sheep dog, but I think he's more of a ram, because of his horns. An idea for him just came out of nowhere and I had to make him. I really like how his horns came out, his little black hoofs were a pain the butt though, hahhaa.

Made from sherpa fleece, felt, plastic safety eyes, and fleece.
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10  Re: Skull Lino Stickers in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by 13anana on: April 10, 2014 12:20:48 PM
They are very awesome, I would love to hear more about the process Smiley

Me too! How are they printed? What kind of paper? Do you cut them out by hand, or no?

Ah alright!
I made the designs, then drew them on the linoleum, I then carved them. I have an instagram pic here of when I was carving them out.

After I carved all the designs. I used block printing ink and printed each of them on computer paper. It's thin and strong enough to where it won't break while I print the designs on it. Then I passed them through a Xyron creative station 5" that I got. And then you have handpulled lino stickers! Oh and yes I cut each out by hand. ^_^
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