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1  Re: "sounds like home" playlists & pictures in The Swap Gallery by avizzius on: September 04, 2005 09:07:06 AM
I know that opiate_rose has already received my CD (mhm, it took the CD more than 2 weeks to get there), so I'll post the pics - sorry again for the crappy pics.

The outside of the cover.


The inside. I later sticked a playlist to the inside, so it might be called an in-progress piccy.


I could post the playlist, but I think it won't tell a thing to you, fellow craftsters, because I'm sure noone has heard of the artists/bands. But here goes.
~~Sounds like Vilnius~~
1. Andrius Kaniava - Daina apie Vilnių [A Song About Vilnius]
2. Fojė - Arbata [Tea]
3. Antis - Poktas [Trick]
4. Bekeo Vilkai - Open The Doors
5. Huh - Vilniaus Stogai [The Roofs of Vilnius]
6. Saulės Klioas - Pasivaikčiojimas [A Walk]
7. Skamp - Padaryta dar viena [Another One Done]
8. Sloppy Livin' - Laikas bėga [Time flies]
9. Sportas - Policija [Police]
10. Svastikos Sukitės Greitai - Vilnius
11. Turbinos - Į miestą [To the City]
12. VRR - Vokiečių gatvė [Vokiečių {Germans'} Street]
13. Jazz Land - Prie pasakų miesto [Near the City of Fairy-tales]
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2  Re: "sounds like home" playlists & pictures in The Swap Gallery by avizzius on: August 19, 2005 12:41:07 PM
I've finally taken pics of the cover art, if I can call it this way.
(Thanks again, molsballou! The music is also very nice, I've been listening to your CD all day long. I like it as it's made of really different songs.)
So here's the tracklisting.

1. Let Me Take You Home Tonight - Boston
2. Mass Pike - The Get Up Kids
3. --- Karate (one of my personal favorites)
4. Drivin' On 9 - The Breeders
5. Let's Do It - Cole Porter (Performed by Ella Fitzgerald) (how did you guess I like Ella Fitzgerald Grin?)
6. Massachusetts - The Scud Mountain Boys
7. Duncan - Paul Simon
8. Miss Misery - Elliott Smith (I've been wanting to hear any of his songs for a while, and then, I see t h i s!)
9. Baby, Let Me Follow You Down - Bob Dylan
10. U-Mass - The Pixies
11. Just What I Needed - The Cars
12. Dream On - Aerosmith
13. Start Choppin' - Dinosaur Jr.
14. Torch Singer - Buffalo Tom
15. Girl Friend - Jonathan Richman
16. Digging in the Dirt - Peter Gabriel
17. MTA - The Kingston Trio
18. Dirty Water - The Standells

There probably isn't a song I don't like - just because I didn't write comments about each of them doesn't mean I don't have an opinion about them. Really.

And here come the pics  Wink (hope this works, I haven't had any luck posting pics before)

The map as I saw it when I took it out of the box:



The amazing unfolded map:



(Sorry for the crappy pics. First of all, my cam is a bit.. Err.. Not-so-perfect. Secondly, the resizing makes it look this way. You can't really say what's written on the white pieces of paper. Those are some phrases from songs or explanations. Awesome, don't you think  Wink?)
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3  Re: MY paper CD cases ;) (w/ pics) - 1st topic of mine! in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by avizzius on: July 06, 2005 12:59:52 PM
Yay, someone's interested in it Cheesy
And I'm so glad (and, to say the truth, surprised) to hear (err.. read) someone say "Labas" to me! Yay! Are you from Lithuania or in some way connected to it?
OK, here's my method Smiley It's sorta illogical as there are obviously easier ways to get the same results. But oh well.
BTW, the instructions ar MUCH MORE complicated than the method itself. (I can't get the pictures to work if I attach them to the post :/)

1. Take a piece of A4 paper you want to use. Cut one piece of approx. 25.8 cm x 12.6 cm (10.32 x 5.04 inch I believe, I'm not good at conversions) or whatever size you need - the longer one is a double length of the cover, the shorter one - the width of it. (Don't mind the rotten CD, it's my tea cup stand (or whatever it's called)-notepad-whatever)

http://public.fotki.com/avizzius/crafts/cd1.html

2. Cut two pieces of paper (these will be the sides of the CD cover). I take the leftovers of the paper, so I dont really know the width of it as I simply divide what is left into to parts. And the length equals the lenth of the CD cover (obviously). The piccy explains it better..

http://public.fotki.com/avizzius/crafts/cd2.html

3. Mhm..
Stick the sides of the cover to one part of the cover.. (see pic). Add "lining" if desired. Or add some kind of a detail to make the inside more unique (I LOVE sticking something inside which cannot be seen from the outside, hee hee).

http://public.fotki.com/avizzius/crafts/cd3.html

4. Glue the other sides of the sides (Huh) of the cover.

http://public.fotki.com/avizzius/crafts/cd4.html

5. And.. Stick to the other part of the cover!

http://public.fotki.com/avizzius/crafts/cd5.html

6. Ta-dam!!! You're very own cover is complete. Technically. But now the fun part begins - decorating!!! No limits here Wink

http://public.fotki.com/avizzius/crafts/cd6.html

7. And now.. Mm.. I cannot imagine what CD I should put in it Smiley Anyone has any ideas?

http://public.fotki.com/avizzius/crafts/cd7.html

P.S. This is my first time explaining something (I've only explained Maths before this Wink), so.. Please let me now if it's too.. Something.
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4  MY paper CD cases ;) (w/ pics and TUTORIAL) - 1st topic of mine! in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by avizzius on: July 06, 2005 06:19:49 AM
I've just read a thread started by JaneGtar about making paper CD cases and was amazed at how clever her way was Wink I mean, I've been doing everything another way. And just wanted to share.
If anyone's interested, I'll describe the way I do my covers..
BTW, making CD covers is my way of fighting depression. Well, maybe not depression, but rather sadness. It has helped me several times when I felt so down. (sounds weird, huh?) I guess I just concentrate on this and it gets my mind off something that has been worrying me for some time. Well, that's off topic.

My CD covers - front

http://public.fotki.com/avizzius/crafts/2.html


http://public.fotki.com/avizzius/crafts/4.html

My CD covers - back

http://public.fotki.com/avizzius/crafts/3.html


http://public.fotki.com/avizzius/crafts/5.html

Any comments are greatly appreciated!  Wink
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