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11  Crafty Pinups in Vintage Craft Projects by modpodge on: January 08, 2006 08:18:25 AM
I wasn't sure where to put these, but I was looking through my tear off pinup calendar for 2005 (which I never tore off, wanted to save them for craft projects!) and I found these two lovely ladies. Maybe someone could use them for an iron on transfer or decoupage...

For the Knitters:


For the Sewers:
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12  Re: skull swap 3! in The Swap Gallery by modpodge on: December 14, 2005 12:55:07 PM
Wellll....my partner, ClassyLassy, got her package a while ago, but I know she's been having some computer problems lately, so I'll go ahead and please the masses and post pictures of what I sent her.

This isn't all of it, I don't know where I saved my other pics!

Skully Swing Bag:


Its Reversible!:


Stenciled Thrift Store Purse:
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13  Tattoo Your Pillowcases!!! in Stenciling: Completed Projects by modpodge on: December 10, 2005 04:24:47 PM
I used the amazing Marvy Fabric Markers to turn this super girly pillowcase from the thrift store (only $1.15) into a personalized much-cooler pillowcase for my little sister. These markers are so easy to use, don't come out in the wash, and make it easy to draw fine lines & details. Sorry to sound like an infomercial! Here's a link to where you can get them: http://www.durablesupply.com/fabricmarkers.html.

Before:


After:

Up Close & Personal:
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14  Re: Thrift Store Purse Revamp Swap Round 1 *New Gallery* in The Swap Gallery by modpodge on: December 10, 2005 03:16:49 PM
Well, my partner received about a week ago, I guess she's been busy, because I haven't heard from her. So I'll just go ahead and post pictures!

Before (handle was all crusty, it had to go!):


After (its hard to see, but the handle is made from Alexander Henry tattoo fabric):
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15  Re: skull swap 3! in The Swap Gallery by modpodge on: December 09, 2005 04:55:56 PM
I received my package from opiate_rose tonight, here's the pics!

The super-nice skully packaging:


A hat made out of soft fleecey material, a bag, and a skull air freshener:


The bag lining (this bag has THREE pockets in it!):


Thanks for all the stuff opiate_rose!!
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16  Super Easy Etched Modern Looking Ornaments in Winter Holidays by modpodge on: December 04, 2005 04:22:54 PM
These clear ornament balls hold a world of possibilities- I used contact paper, alphabet stickers, and etching creme to etch the names on the ornaments, then suspended some charms with thread and dropped some beads in the bottom of one. Tie on a ribbon, and voila! Classy looking, no?!

Hope you can get the idea from these sub-par photographs.

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17  Glasses Stencil + Iron On Letters= Easy Christmas Present in Stenciling: Completed Projects by modpodge on: December 04, 2005 12:50:26 PM
My 8 year old brother hates homework. And just recently got glasses, that he only needs to wear when doing it. When he puts them on, he knows he's in homework mode. So the new joke is, whenever i see him, i ask, "having you been doing your homework?" then i screw up my face stupidly and say, "HOMEWORK, NARFFFFFF" while pushing up my invisible fake glasses. He thinks its hysterical.

I picked up this shirt at the thrift store for $1.50, used iron on lettering, and used a glasses stencil I got off of Google Images- I used contact paper to make the stencil (oh so easy).

Front:

Back:

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18  Re: Tell me about your Christmas Trees! in Winter Holidays by modpodge on: December 04, 2005 08:33:20 AM
My family never really celebrated Christmas (I grew up "non-denominational Christian") but my boyfriend's family always made a huge deal about the holidays. So we decorate- one year, we had an apartment with tall enough ceilings, so we got a real tree, lugged it up the stairs to our 3rd floor apartment, and had a tree decorating party. We got a bunch of those clear ball ornaments that you can put things into, and laid out a crapload of magazines. It was really fun. This year, we're pretty low key with our crappy artificial tree (shown next to a plant for scale). The ornaments come from our decorating party and a lot of them are through a christmas ornament swap I did last year. Then we just have some random things strewn about. The toppers are mini donuts I made from a tutorial on this site for felt donuts.


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19  Re: Delicious Chocolate Felt Donut! "0" calories!! Now with Tutorial !!!!! in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by modpodge on: November 26, 2005 10:38:55 AM
This is one of my FAVORITE tutorials on Craftster! Here are a couple donuts I made....now I just have to figure out what to do with them!

I was lazy with some of the sprinkles- the 2 bigger ones are drawn on with fabric markers- but I'll admit that beads look 10x better.
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20  Tattoo Bag (for me) & Christmas gift bag- Simplicity 4668 in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by modpodge on: November 26, 2005 10:27:23 AM
I LOVE Simplicity 4668- I've made about 5 bags from this pattern already- I love its hugeness. I made this first bag from the ever popular Alexander Henry tattoo fabric (I got mine from reprodepot.com). One of my coworkers liked it so much she asked me to make her one:


This bag is for my boyfriend's sister. It's made out of corduroy, which I HATE HATE HATE working with. But its done, thats all that matters. I just never want to see it again....


And there is a vintage pin (eBay) coming in the mail that I thought would fit the bag perfectly


*Phew*. Sorry for all the pictures. I lined both bags with heavy black canvas, so I got to avoid interfacing! I would recommend it for all bag making.
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