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1  Re: ~*HP Craftalong - Midsummer Semester 2016*~ in Craftalongs by Magpirate on: September 11, 2016 08:48:13 PM
The tiny books are so cute, gaudiknight!

Noodle-bug, I adore that snail hat!

Great progress on the painting, ErinAquaheart, it's looking fabulous!

Jennie, your OWL looks great!  You're on the home stretch now.  Smiley


I'm a bit late to join the game, but here are some Quidditch projects...

Class/Challenge/House Pride: Quidditch - Beater
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Mandala Coloring Page
Brief Description: Made of paper, and colored with colored pencils made of wood
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Quidditch - Referee
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Flower Bed Cleanup
Brief Description: My girlfriend made a flower bed around a tiny tree in our yard and planted a few flowers in it, then bought some bags of mulch, piled them in the driveway, and let them sit there for three months while the flower bed became completely devoured by weeds.  I hate weeding but I finally got so fed up with looking at it every day that I cleared it out and mulched it.  It took half a Saturday.  Most of the flowers had died (and the tiny tree isn't looking too hot either), but at least we no longer have a weed patch.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Quidditch Penalty - Blagging
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Sit-Down Breakfast
Brief Description: Breakfast at our house is normally a grab-and-go affair, but occasionally I'll make an effort and actually cook something that causes us to linger around the breakfast table - in this case, omelettes, sausage and home grown tomatoes.

Omelette Recipe

Ingredients: (for each omelette)
2 eggs
1 tablespoon milk
pinch of salt
pinch of pepper
whatever filling you like (I used onion, tomato, spinach and cheddar cheese)

Grease a smallish (8" or so) pan and set it over medium-low heat while you prepare your fillings - dice the onion and tomato, shred the spinach, grate the cheese if necessary, etc.  I like to fry my onioins a bit too to soften them up.  Also beat the eggs together with the milk, salt, and pepper.  When the pan is hot, pour in the egg mix and let it cook until the edges start to peel away from the sides of the pan.  Distribute your fillings over half of the egg mix, then carefully fold the other half over the top.  Squish it a bit with a spatula until it holds together on its own.  Continue cooking for a minute or so, then flip and cook the other side for another minute.  Serve hot.

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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Quidditch Penalty - Bumphing
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Oatmeal-Raisin Cookies
Brief Description: Perfect match-watching snack!

Ingredients:
1/2 cup butter, softened
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup white sugar
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 1/2 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon salt
3 cups rolled oats
1 cup raisins

Heat oven to 350*F.  Beat butter and both sugars together until creamy.  Add eggs and vanilla and beat well.  Combine flour, baking soda, cinnamon, and salt, then add that to the wet ingredients and mix well.  Add oats and raisins, mix well.  Drop by spoonfulls onto parchment paper-lined cookie sheet and bake 8 to 10 minutes.

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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Quidditch Penalty - Cobbing
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Glitter Jars
Brief Description: Excessively sparkly, you say?  I think these fit the bill!  They're jars full of glitter glue mixed with water (and various other things, I did some experimenting with fabric dyes, paint, dish soap, and beads) that make a lovely sparkling cascade when you shake them up.  I actually made two more jars that aren't pictured because my girlfriend and I took them to work.  If you're interested in making your own, this site has some good tips.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Quidditch Penalty - Haversacking
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Galaxy Jell-o
Project Page Link: Tutorial here
Brief Description: I've had all the supplies and ingredients to do this project for months (it was actually supposed to be part of my Doctor Who-themed birthday party back in April) and I finally got around to actually making it.  We used silver glitter sugar, candy stars, sugar pearls, and Sixlets for the stars and planets.  Here's a tip: don't use Sixlets.  They're all shiny and pretty and look like they'd make perfect planets, but when you drop them in the Jell-o the candy coating disolves and gets gross.  Plus chocolate and Jell-o isn't such a great combination.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Quidditch Penalty - Stooging
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Crustless Quiche
Project Page Link: Recipe from here
Brief Description: I'm not too great at cooking cooking but I'm pretty good at baking.  When I make homemade meals I generally go with baked dishes, like pizza or shepard's pie or this simple crustless quiche.
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2  Re: ~*HP Craftalong - Midsummer Semester 2016*~ in Craftalongs by Magpirate on: July 11, 2016 09:54:55 PM
Great dye projects, Abbeeroad!  I'll have to try those S'mores-cones, it looks like they'd be a lot less messy to eat than the traditional kind!

Moonflame, I love the little grimoire, and the Frozen play set is super cute!  Did you use styrofoam pellets for the snow?

Congrats on the OWL, plaidpineapple!  The dress looks fantastic.  I really like the saying you chose for your motivational canvas, and the pineapple pillow is adorable!

Ooh, Jennie, the empanada-and-salad combo looks scrumptious!  That jam sounds delicious, too, and the tea bracelet is lovely.
 
I love the colors of your duvet set, J_Kieviet!  They complement the new room really well.


I want to get a better tool - the one with the kit works fine, but it's not good for fine points (e.g. The issue turns in the n) - problem is, I don't know what a tool like that would be called or would look like. Any hints?

You could look into wood carving gouges, they come in just about every shape and size imaginable (but they can be kind of pricey).  You did a great job on the stamp without fancy tools, though.  Smiley




Class/Challenge/House Pride: Alchemy class
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Monday Cake
Brief Description: Work has been pretty rough lately, we've put on a bunch of new business (which is a good thing, but it has drastically increased our workload) and several people have quit.  Last week was particularly wretched - my boss and my friend Matt were both on vacation all week (so I had to do my boss's work as well as my own and my BFF wasn't there to help make me feel better about it), all of our shipments were delayed because of Independence Day, we had a bunch of technical problems and my girlfriend (we work together and she's a manager) was moody because two of her employees just stopped coming to work without bothering to let her know.  Tempers throughout the office have been short and I figured we all needed a treat to start the week off right and get us out of the "oh god it's Monday again" mindset.

This cake is actually two cakes, I baked a chocolate one and a yellow one from boxes of cake mix, set them next to each other, and globbed a load of frosting in between to cover the gap.  The frosting came with sprinkles, which I used to make the festive border.  I was nervous about freehanding the letters so I carved them in with a toothpick first to get the placement right.
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: House Unity
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Sugar Cookies
Project Page Link: Recipe from here
Brief Description: Inspired by this post on the Pottermore House Pride blog (which I discovered due to midkiffsjoy's user icon, thanks for that!), I give you the drug of choice for Hufflepuff house: cookies.  Specifically, sugar cookies, because all the Hufflepuffs I know personally are really sweet.  Smiley
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Muggle Studies class
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Chocolate-Oatmeal-Peanut-Butter No-Bake Cookies
Project Page Link: Original recipe here
Brief Description: My girlfriend and I made these together.  We started with just the recipe linked above except with quick oats in place of old-fashioned ones, but I accidentally added a whole cup of milk to the melted butter/sugar/cocoa mix rather than half a cup.  We didn't have another whole stick of butter to use in our newly doubled recipe, so while Kim was stirring the chocolate I used heavy whipping cream and an electric mixer to whip up enough butter to make up the difference.  They came out delicious!
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3  Re: ~*HP Craftalong - Midsummer Semester 2016*~ in Craftalongs by Magpirate on: June 30, 2016 10:04:29 PM
Sneaking these in under the wire, hope I'm not too late..

Class/Challenge/House Pride: Headmistress's Challenge - Time Turner (Muggle Studies class from Winter 2014)
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Bancon-Egg Bowls
Project Page link: Recipe here
Brief Description: I can cook like a Muggle!  I added 1/3  cup shredded spinach and 1/4 cup diced onion (and subtracted an egg)
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Class/Challenge/House Pride: Quidditch - Owl Post
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Owl Post Letter Opener
Brief Description: X-Acto blade with an owl-shaped handle made of Sculpey with Sharpie'd details
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4  Re: ~*HP Craftalong - Midsummer Semester 2016*~ in Craftalongs by Magpirate on: June 21, 2016 09:33:39 PM
I have a LOT of this space fabric. I can't remember why, for the life of me, did I buy so much of it.

Because one can never have too much space fabric.  Your pouch turned out great!

I love the herb garden, Jennie, it looks fabulous!


Class/Challenge/House Pride: Floo Powder - Emerald City
SPEW: N/A
House: Ravenclaw
Project Name: Fancy Phone
Brief Description: I got my first-ever smartphone recently and I kind of hate it.  Sad  I painted the back because I thought perhaps if it looked pretty, maybe I would hate it less?  (So far, no.)  I used acrylic paint and put a clear plastic case over it because the paint will just peel right off if you leave it exposed.
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5  Muggle Studies Classroom in Craftalongs by Magpirate on: May 15, 2016 06:17:43 PM
Muggle Studies Class

With the weather getting warmer as summer begins, we're going to head outside to learn about Muggle sports!  Of course Muggles can't play Quidditch, but they have come up with a wide variety of sports that don't involve flying.  They have team sports and individual sports, sports that require specialized equipment and sports that require no equipment at all.  From American football to real football to polo to synchronized swimming to competitive dance, the list is virtually endless.  Pick a Muggle sport to research and make a craft inspired by something you've learned about it, or practice your teamwork by creating a project with the help of at least one other person.


Extra Credit Opportunity!

As you have probably noticed in the course of your research, many Muggle sports use equipment of some kind, most commonly some type of ball.  The image below shows some sports equipment that's a little more unusual.  See if you can match each piece of equipment with the Muggle sport in which it's used.  For bonus points, try to name each item.



A. Curling
B. Vaulting
C. Luge
D. Hockey
E. Juggling
F. Cricket
G. Fencing
H. Shinty
I. Ultimate
J. Badminton

Highlight below to reveal answers!
1-E (club), 2-G (foil), 3-F (wicket), 4-C (sled), 5-B (saddle), 6-I (disc or flying disc), 7-J (birdie), 8-A (rock or stone), 9-D (puck), 10-H (caman or shinty stick)

If you feel you got enough right, help yourself to an extra credit badge!  (Don't worry, one counts as enough.  Smiley )

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6  Doctor Who Birthday Party! in Party Planning by Magpirate on: April 09, 2016 08:23:02 PM
I turned 30 last Saturday.  Two weeks before my birthday, my girlfriend said "Do you want to have a party this year?  I was thinking we could do a Doctor Who theme..." and that was the end of her involvement in the planning process because I took the idea and ran away with it.  Cheesy

I'm not good at documenting events while they're happening, so mostly I have aftermath photos.

Invitations

Outside:

(bigger-on-the)Inside:



Decorations

All the paper plates, napkins, cutlery, and table covers were TARDIS blue.  I put this poster on the front door (I moved it to my closet door after the party):


The crack in the universe!  It's made of cut black and white paper - I stacked them and cut both at once, then offset them to make the shadow and stuck them to the wall with a repositionable glue stick.  Then I colored on top of the white with chalk and smeared it down to look like the light shining through.


Silence posters.  The little strips say "YOU HAVE SEEN THEM" with a picture so you can remember what you've seen.


My cat was banished to the bedroom for the duration of the party since some of my guests were allergic.  I put a "KEEP OUT" sign on the bedroom door so no one would let her escape.



Food

I served grilled brats and burgers for the main course, and had a lot of sides and snacks for which I made Whovian labels.


The cake was a blue-and-white ice cream sheet cake which I Doctored up (see what I did there?) with a toy TARDIS (which was a Christmas tree ornament until I took the Santa hat off) and some sparkler candles (which were pretty cool, but they left ash on the icing).


We also made chocolate TARDIS and Dalek cupcake toppers using a mold from Amazon.  I think we used the wrong kind of chocolate for the Daleks, it ended up getting kind of gritty...


Oh, and we had Adipose marshmallows!  My mom and my girlfriend's mom made these, it was really cute to see them bonding over it.  Smiley



Games & Activities

I had season 1 playing for anyone who wanted to watch it.  I also set out my Doctor Who playing cards with some printouts I made of the rules for various card games: Spoons, Lies (also called "BS" and other, more colorful names), and War, with quotes from the Doctor relating to the themes.


I set up a photo booth with my webcam and a TARDIS tablecloth for a backdrop.  I put out props, masks, and signs for people to hold and had costumey bits on a hat rack nearby.



Make your own Sonic Screwdriver!  We bought a bunch of cheap keychain flashlights from Amazon, and before the party my dad and I cut screwdriver blanks from wooden dowels to fit the flashlights.  I set out all kinds of tools and materials and let my guests get creative.  There were pipe cleaners, metallic and regular Sharpies, six different colors of electrical tape, star-shaped sequins, metallic gold and silver duct tape, colorful parachute cord, and of course flat-backed glass marbles for the ends.



And my favorite activity: the scavenger hunt!  As my guests arrived, I handed them a River Song journal containing the first clue in a scavenger hunt that would take them all over the house, collecting more clues along the way, until they reached the place where I had hidden all the goodie bags and they could claim their well-deserved prize.



Goodie Bags
I used plain blue paper bags to keep with the TARDIS color scheme.  If I'd had more time, I would've made the goodie bags more exciting - I had planned to add more things and also make little labels explaining the stuff I chose.


And the goodies!  Space stickers, Jelly Babies (the Fourth Doctor's favorite snack), English Breakfast tea (as the Eighth Doctor says, "Never turn down tea when it's offered.  It's impolite, and that's how wars start."), a glow stick, a Milky Way bar (because space!), and a little tub of Play-Dough (because, according to the Fourth Doctor, "There's no point in being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes.")



I had a blast at my party, and I think my guests enjoyed it, too.  I might just have to turn 30 again next year.  Smiley
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7  Doctor Who Party Scavenger Hunt in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Magpirate on: April 06, 2016 09:27:31 PM
Okay, this is the bit of my 30th-birthday Doctor Who party that I'm the most proud of.  I made a scavenger hunt for my guests, with clues hidden all over the house leading to goodie bags for everyone.



I made a total of twelve sets of ten puzzles (and I have only just noticed that one of the puzzles is missing from that picture, oops...).  I gave the first puzzle to each guest inside a printout of River Song's journal cover (I got the file for the printout from the BBC website - it's about halfway down under "Makes").  They had to solve each puzzle to find the location of the next.  I gave everyone a binder clip to keep their puzzles inside the journal covers.  If I'd had more time I would've made the journal covers into little folders, or worked out some kind of ring binding or clasp system to keep the collected puzzles inside, but the binder clips worked okay even if they were a little tacky.

I got the idea for the scavenger hunt from this website, which also has a lot of other Doctor Who party ideas, and a downloadable scavenger hunt you can print out.  I chose to make my own rather than use theirs because A) the way they made theirs work for anyone's house is by having each puzzle yield a numerical answer, and each number corresponds with an entry on a list of possible hiding places (I didn't want anyone to be able to just go down the list and look in all the hiding places one by one until they found everything) and B) you have to pay money for it.

I'm including all the puzzles I made here, in case anyone wants to use them for their own DW party (or just wants to solve them), but several of them lead to locations which are very specific to my house.  It should be fairly easy to adapt each one to your own needs, though.  (I highly recommend the GIMP for image editing, it's like Photoshop but free [and open source!])



The first puzzle explains a bit about how the scavenger hunt works.  I had several non-Whovian party attendees, and I did my best to make sure all of the puzzles could be solved by someone with no knowledge of the show.



I put my favorite Doctor on puzzle #2.  Smiley  This was also my subtle way of letting DW newbies know that the blue thing is called a TARDIS.



For the next one, I used this website to make a word search with a hidden message.  I put in what I wanted the message to say and threw a bunch of Whovian words into the word list, then tweaked the puzzle size and word list until the website produced a puzzle with a reasonable selection of words to find, and the right number of leftover letters so I could get my whole message in without any random letters at the end of it.



One of the later puzzles requires you to know what a Cyberman is, so I thought a match-the-Cybermen puzzle would be fun (considering there have been so many variations in their look over the years).



Color in the baddies, leave the good and neutral characters/symbols alone.



I did NOT want to go into the intricacies of the proper way to write in Loren Sherman's Circular Gallifreyan alphabet (but you should definitely check it out, it's awesome!), so I drew each individual letter as if it were a separate word and used that for my Translate Gallifreyan puzzle.



In retrospect, I should have had the Eleventh Doctor trying to find his fez rather than the Empty Child looking for his Mummy, because I felt kind of bad about the spoiler for "The Doctor Dances" and also it turns out that non-Whovians can't identify a fez on sight.  Oh well.  I made the maze in Microsoft Excel by creating a square grid of a reasonable size and writing my message in a squiggly path from one side to the other.  Then I used the drawing tool and drew a bunch of other squiggly paths to dead ends, put borders on the sides of each cell in the right places, and filled in the dead-end paths with letters (laying false trails as I did so, which fooled at least one person - I caught my girlfriend's mom looking for a tiger-shaped lunchbox on top of the fridge Smiley ).  I was originally planning on just Googling a free printable maze and writing my message on it (which would have been much easier and saved me loads of time), but I'm kind of a maze snob and I didn't like the looks of any of the ones I found, so I made my own.



I was a bit worried about this puzzle, when I had my girlfriend do a test-solve she couldn't tell that the line formed letters and she kept trying to figure out what it made a picture of.  I guess it worked out all right, though, since everyone who started the scavenger hunt was able to finish it...



This is when fez knowledge becomes necessary.  Previous puzzles let non-Whovians know what a TARDIS and a Cyberman look like, Sonic Screwdrivers and Adipose were named elsewhere in the party, and bananas, bow ties, guitars and scarves are pretty obvious, but I got a lot of questions like "Is the red thing a flowerpot?"



I don't think anybody found every TARDIS, but they all found enough to figure out where the final prizes were ("in bathtub").  I intentionally put the more important letters on the most obvious TARDISes (3B on a foot-high metal TARDIS bank on top of a bookshelf, 9B on the poster on the front door, 7T on the backdrop for the photo booth, 4A on the cake topper) and the less essential letters on TARDISes that were not so easy to spot (2N on a half-inch-high 3-D printed TARDIS on a shelf, 1I on a lanyard hanging in a corner of the craft room).

The scavenger hunt was a big hit at my party, and I hope you enjoy it as well.  Feel free to use my puzzles or modify them as you choose, just don't sell them or claim them as your own, of course.  And if you do use them and you want to link back to this post, that would be fab.  Smiley
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8  Doctor Who Party Food Labels in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Magpirate on: April 06, 2016 06:09:53 AM
My 30th birthday was last Saturday, and I had a big Doctor Who party to celebrate.  I made a post for the entire party over on the Occasions and Holidays board, but I felt that the food labels I made deserved their own post so I could go into more detail about them ('cause let's be honest, I'm really proud of how they turned out).



Here they all are, minus the food they're supposed to label, because it didn't occur to me to take pictures of the party until after it was all over...

The main course was brats & burgers that my girlfriend (actually mostly my girlfriend's sister, I'll have to send her a thank-you card for it) cooked on the grill.  I didn't have cute labels for them, or the buns/cheese/lettuce/tomato/onions/condiments to put on them, but I tried to tie all the sides and snacks into the theme.  Since there were people at my party who had never watched Doctor Who, I wanted to make it clear how everything related to the show.  I figured the best way to do that was to have screenshots from the show with quotes about the food and also labels so they would know what was what.

I got the screenshots from this website and this website.  This collection of Doctor Who episode transcripts was also a valuable resource.  I made the actual labels in GIMP.

We had a fruit bowl with apples ("Apples are rubbish." - Eleventh Doctor), bananas ("Bananas are good." - Nine), and tangerines ("Nobody likes the tangerines." - Twelve)




For side dishes, there were baked beans ("Ah, you see.  Beans."/"Beans are evil.  Bad bad beans!" - Eleven) and pasta salad made with bow tie pasta ("Bow ties are cool." - Eleven).



There were also potato chips, which I labeled "Sontaran chips" ("I'm the clever one.  You're the potato one!" - Eleven [with Strax]), French Onion chip dip ("Have you met the French?  My god they know how to party!" - Ten), and a veggie tray which I didn't have a screenshot label for since I couldn't find screencaps of the Time Crash short - I wanted to use the bit where Ten says to Five "Not a lot of men can carry off a decorative vegetable."  I did label them "decorative vegetables," though.



As for desserts, I got some Jammie Dodgers from Publix ("TARDIS self-destruct...my ship goes, you all go with it."/"All right, it's a Jammie Dodger.  But I was promised tea!" - Eleven) and some lady fingers cookies to eat with the custard which I also got from Publix ("I know what I need...fish fingers and custard." - Eleven) - on the text label I printed "Fish Fingers and Custard" then crossed out "Fish" and wrote in "Lady."  Oh and we had Adipose marshmallows ("I'm waving at fat." - Donna Noble).




We also had cupcakes with chocolate TARDISes and Daleks on them, which I figured would not require labels, and a birthday cake which I turned Whovian by the simple expedient of dropping a toy TARDIS on top.  My girlfriend did take a few party pictures, so here's the only one of the food:



Feel free to use the labels for your own Doctor Who party!  I can send the original files to anyone who's interested - I actually printed them together, four to a page, with white space above them so they could be folded into free-standing tent shapes.  PM me your email address if you want them.  Smiley
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9  Bigger-on-the-Inside TARDIS Party Invitations in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Magpirate on: April 05, 2016 12:13:21 PM
I turned 30 last Saturday and had a big Doctor Who party to celebrate.  These are the invitations I made for it.



The front is an image of the TARDIS printed on regular typing paper, with the doors cut so they'll open.



When you open the doors, an image of the TARDIS console room folds out to give you the party details.



The back has a festive Dalek.  Smiley  I printed the Dalek on card stock, and I sandwiched a piece of thick paper (the weight of thin cardboard, really) with a hole in it between the front and back pieces, so the triple thickness of the folded inside wouldn't warp the TARDIS doors when the card was closed.  I put everything together with a glue stick because I couldn't think of any other adhesive that wouldn't wrinkle the paper.

I was really pleased with how these came out, I even made an extra one so I could keep it.  Smiley
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10  Re: HP Craftalong ~ Spring Semester - March 1 - May 31, 2016 in Craftalongs by Magpirate on: March 01, 2016 10:12:28 PM
Adorable plushie, AnnoyingBigSister!

Ooh, bluejanuary, the brownies look scrumptious.

I love all the HPC notebooks!  I tried the pen-and-paper route in various ways but I was never able to make it work for me.  I've been using Excel for the past few semesters and I like it a lot - if we get a surprise challenge mid-semester, I just add a new line for it, and I can color-code my projects to easily see my progress (I use red for crafts I've planned but haven't started, yellow for WIPs, green for finished projects, and blue for what I have actually posted).  Every semester I make a new tab with all the new class challenges.
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