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21  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 7 ENTRIES / Re: Woven portrait tapestry! (image heavy) on: November 09, 2005 04:41:40 PM
As someone who is a weaving novice, I must say that you are the queen! This is absolutely wonderful. Gorgeous.
22  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 7 ENTRIES / Re: Blue Jeanome Project: the DNA of our denim on: November 09, 2005 04:38:36 PM
Clever and very well done!
23  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: How to make paper bell decorations? Help please on: November 09, 2005 04:25:11 PM
As I am an information dweeb, I went and checked out the above-mentioned book.  Here is a quick and dirty answer to your question on how to make honeycomb tissue paper bells:

<<Tutorial for Making Honeycomb Paper Shapes>>

Materials:
Tissue paper
Fast-drying clear cement (preferably from a tube with a small nozzle)

1. Accordian pleat your tissue paper to establish lines for gluing.
2. Each layer of paper will be designated even or odd. Run a line of glue along the valley folds of the even layers and along the mountain folds on the odd. Stack the paper as you glue each layer. You will end up with the glue lines alternating on each layer.
3. Glue cardboard to the front and back of the honeycomb.
4. Cut out your shape (in this case, half a bell).
5. Glue extra tissue paper to the top and bottom of the cardboard to reinforce.
6. Use small hairpins or clips to hold the shape open.

Good Luck!
24  Texas / Texas: Northwest / Any craftiness in the Panhandle? on: November 09, 2005 06:57:17 AM
Ah, the forgotten Panhandle... we'll never be as cool as the rest of TX, even with the Cadillac Ranch.  Wink  Anyway, anyone know of some hidden craft/thrift shop gems in the Amarillo/Lubbock area?

Thanks from Amarillo!

25  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: How to make paper bell decorations? Help please on: November 09, 2005 06:25:44 AM
Try locating the book Creating with tissue paper; design, technique, decoration by Barbara B. Stephan.
Publisher: Crown Publishers
Pub date: [1973]
Pages: 248 p.
ISBN: 0517505797

I've seen it at my library. It has instructions on how to make honeycomb-type decorations. It is actually a really good book for different tissue paper techniques.

26  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / Re: 2005 Completed Costumes Scrapbook (completed projects with pictures go here) on: November 05, 2005 01:27:21 PM
Here's my son, The Burger King.


I modified a wizard pattern for the robe. His neck ruff is pleated paper. He offered his unsuspecting victims the "meatliscious brainwich." Mmm mmm mmm.

Forgive me if the photo thing doesn't work. It's my first try.
~Dox
27  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Re: Who loves Morrowind? on: June 21, 2005 05:43:05 AM
I don't play Morrowind, but my kid is obsessed. She'd love your sign. What kind of glue/varnish did you use? Did you print out on regular copy paper? I'd love to use inkjet prints in my decoupage, but all my glue/varnish smears the copy.
Thanks!
28  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: funky woven boxes - you should be able to view them now! on: June 21, 2005 05:30:29 AM
Love them! How big are they?
29  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Discussion and Questions / Re: Dogs and New Babies - please help! on: June 07, 2005 10:35:37 AM
Even easier-- find dog-theme flannel fabric, cut into large square, serge or zigzag edges. Ta Da! Lightweight baby blanket-- great for summer babies. (I loved mine.)
30  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Discussion and Questions / Re: lunatic dog problem. Dare you to try to solve it! on: June 07, 2005 10:24:57 AM
Sounds like "lickitis" or OCD licking. My brother's dog has it. She's on doggy Prozac and still licks her leg raw. The vet suggested that he give her lots of exercise and attention because it can be caused by boredom.

One of my parents' dogs started licking the wall until the drywall was exposed when she got older. Don't know what that was all about, but she lived to be a happy 15. They just had to replaster a lot.

Dox
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