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1  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / no pants to work out? on: October 02, 2006 07:17:33 PM
Well last week I decided that it was the week I joined the gym.  There was a few classes that seemed cool so I thought its now or never.  Unfortunatly I had no pants but jeans.  So what's a girl to do? Make some!





I destroyed an old Threadless shirt that my husband kept telling me the characters looked like dildos (chess pieces!! they are chess pieces!!!) and followed the tutorial on the t-shirt surgery livejournal community made by bakedinapie.
2  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Done with my ABC on: January 27, 2006 05:41:44 AM
I am completely amazed at the level of creativity with the embroidery. Especially since the cross stitch project that I just finished was the cutsy kind with rabbits but since skull and serial killer are not always appreciated for baby gifts

Here is the project that took me an eternity.  I thought oh there is just a few colors and seems simple enough ahhh silly me who had never done cross stitch before.  I was not in time for the shower or even the birth but shortly after I was done.

Not my pattern so cant say it was overly creative on my part but I am just so happy to have finished it!  Grin

3  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / boxed zen garden on: October 16, 2005 08:43:04 AM




Well my first project posted here. 

I am not sure we can read from the picture it says imagine, hope believe. 

Its not quite portable as it is made from a wooden box and the sand would probably leak out but its perfect for in house use or for the harsh climates of Alaska where a real full size one would be a little harder to use some part of the year.

Its not assembled yet because I do need to ship it from my house (NY) to his house (Alaska) and I dont feel like leaving a sand trail but I pretty sure it will be nice once assembled.  There is rocks a little porcelain bridge, mini sand rake (homemade out of dowels) and some white sand.

 If he does not use it for relaxation purposes he will have a nice little box anyway.
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