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1  How do i take shoulder pads out? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Greame on: September 29, 2004 09:31:22 AM
 Undecided sorry i cant sew at all basicly and dont want to wreck my jacket, but i picked up this green cord jacket the other day (looks good in real life honnest, it just doest photo to well with a flash) and its good apart from i have small shoulders and it has massive big pads in there ^_^. So i was wondering how you would suggest getting them out? do i rip the silk inside and try to pull them through or what?

-Cheers, Graham

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2  Re:key ring + record bowls (+Bookmarks) in Completed Projects by Greame on: March 02, 2004 10:12:34 AM
sorry i meant Sticky back plastic, card" as it sticky backed plastic and card  Cheesy Anyway i might as well post this to while i am at it.. i made a pen holder by covering a can in glue from a glue gun and making it run to look like a stalactite then i painted it in black and gray then coated it with glue. In the photo it looks wierd  Embarrassed but if you make one they look cool.
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3  Re:key ring + record bowls in Completed Projects by Greame on: March 02, 2004 09:46:32 AM
 Tongue i agree with the monster munch comment yuumm. But i think that tapes might be a wee bit to large to shrink  Undecided
Anyway in another thread somebody suggested to make bookmarks and stuff out of old comics so i made these



Sticky back plastic card and some leather cut offs
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4  Re:Simple Poster in Completed Projects by Greame on: February 10, 2004 12:06:16 PM
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I think that's a compliment...   right?

I love the clock!  I want to make one!  Do you think it would be possible to make one using the record album cover, rather than the record?  

I have a guy's room that I'm decorating...   well, I'm "helping" decorate, which we all know means I'm doing it..   And I want to make him a clock!...   But I want to use the cover rather than the record itself.

Any ideas, anyone?
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Hell yes its a compliment   Wink

Anyway.. You could draw faint diagonal pencil lines from corner to corner to find the middle of the record cover. Then you could stab the middle with a cake skewer or something to make a small hole, if you use a cork screw before this to make a small hole it stops the record case showing stretch marks. Then just rub out the lines and put a clock mechanism though the hole and gaffa tape it to the back: P

Amways, i had another idea today to make a calendar, I took a page that fell out an old 1940's bible (happened to be a scary revelations page) and glued it to a sheet of A4 then i put it through the printer and printed an old comic image onto it then I cut it back out. Next i am going to stick one of those little calendar books onto the front and hang it in my room.

You can see it below sorta but its a very bad photo. My cam refuses to take pictures at night and the flash is rubbish. It actually looks a lot better  Lips sealed honest! Ther another one on the right I did on a page of a school book, you can hardly see it though because of the flash back.



Much love

Greame
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5  Re:Simple Poster in Completed Projects by Greame on: February 09, 2004 06:30:31 AM
ta cloudbreakchick, you look alot like somebody i used to know, i had a crush on that bird for about 4 years and never got to courage up to ask her out  Cry

Anyway... i just made a clock and bowl from old records. Thanks to the people that posted those ideas.

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6  Re:Simple Poster in Completed Projects by Greame on: February 07, 2004 01:57:57 PM
cool fonts indie anna 58 :-) you allways need good fonts.

Um.. The only other thing that ive done with my scanner reciently was scanning photos of my friends and family and making them look like wierd 80's or pop art kinda style drawings. For example this one of me with crazy hair.



You can do this with just microsoft word and paint, and is quite easy to do once youve figured it out. ill have to write a tutorial for it later.

Cheers

Greame.
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7  Re:Simple Poster in Completed Projects by Greame on: February 07, 2004 01:31:55 PM
Thanks bubbles and cheese dip Smiley

i just made this pen holder from an empty coke can, i copyed the tutorial on this site and then covered it in bits of newspaper then covered it with copydex glue and waited untill it dryed clear.



Thanks for writeing all these tuitorials guys, there are days of boredom free time in front of me now Smiley
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8  Re:Simple Poster in Completed Projects by Greame on: February 07, 2004 08:29:45 AM
heh cool  Grin , i used to have some sea monkeys to!

i followed one of the tuitorials on here to make a card holder to using card that i printed scanned comic strips on. Top site youve got here miss Admin.

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