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31  Re: Renegade Craft Fair 2005 in Illinois: North by modpodge on: September 29, 2005 07:26:08 AM
Just thought I would show off my loot! The ReproDepot booth was by far my favorite as well....it was a great idea to bring all the remnants and sell them by the pound. They kept adding more fabric to the table, and i just happened to luck out, passing by when the tattoo fabric was out and no one had snatched it up yet!

Here's the stuf::


My favorites out of the whole bunch...
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32  Re: Renegade Craft Fair 2005 in Illinois: North by modpodge on: September 28, 2005 07:09:57 AM
I thought I would post some pics:
my booth (where everything WAS $10 and under!):


Hey! I'm pretty sure I bought these awesome earrings for $8 at your booth on Sunday! They were three silver discs, a little tarnished...was that at your booth?
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33  Re: Our own bedroom *very img heavy* in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by modpodge on: September 26, 2005 02:14:34 PM
Here are some christmas lights covered with folded paper.  It looks kinda tacky but it's up till we find something else.  Any suggestions on improvement?




A great way to make christmas lights look funkier is to make small origami boxes. They are really easy to fold, and the end result yields a tiny hole that fits perfectly over the little bulbs.

OR...have you seen the latest Bust magazine? they have a tutorial on how to make paper mache balls that look like this: http://www.istockphoto.com/file_thumbview_approve/74045/2/Basket_Ball_2.jpg. These too can be slipped right over the lights.
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34  Re: Ugly Old Lamp Revamped with Pin Up Girls in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by modpodge on: September 22, 2005 07:51:55 AM
I just finished tonight- sorry about the dark pic, but I couldn't wait to post!.



You can't really tell, but the legs are now "chrome", not brown. And the glue isn't completely dry yet, which you  can see in the bottom pic. I'm pretty tickled!

That is, by far, one of the best tables I have ever seen!! AMAZING JOB!
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35  My 2nd Thrift Store Picture Revamp (not the swap)! in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by modpodge on: September 17, 2005 08:14:18 AM
Here is the second revamp I've done. it was originally too 70's for my taste, and didn't match my 50's kitchen. I collaged a page from a vintage cookbook, painted over the small details I didn't want, and checkered. the floor. It took a long time and was a little frustrating, but I'm really happy with how it turned out!

Before:


After:
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36  Swallows & Banner Sweatshirt in Sublime Stitching Embroidery by modpodge on: September 17, 2005 08:07:14 AM
Here's a sweatshirt I made a while back. Not an exact replica of the Sublime Stitching patterns (my tracing skills are not perfect!), but close enough. I can't wait for it to get cold again, so I can wear it!



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37  Re: Sock Pincushions in Vintage Craft Projects by modpodge on: September 17, 2005 07:38:10 AM
love them!!! any way i could get you to email me the whole page? the instructions are cut off....
I resized it, this should work!
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38  Re: HOLY CRAP! in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by modpodge on: September 08, 2005 01:04:35 PM
Here's a preview of whats on the site...

ALL CROCHETED!!!! (not knitted, as I previously thought)
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39  Re: Gaucho Pants. Please, please, someone make these... in Vintage Craft Projects by modpodge on: September 07, 2005 06:46:53 PM
i would love to make these please send me the pattern!!!!!
I think a bright color would be great and would throw a different spin on this out of control fashion right now--that unfortunatly i love!!!

Thanks

your wish is my command!

continued...
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40  Re: MY FIRST HOODIE (I ADDED THE PIC hehehe) in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by modpodge on: September 06, 2005 09:20:40 AM
I was sick of the sports branded hoodies so made my own.

used a new look 6784 pattern and adjusted it by adding lining (the cherry satin stuff) and the cherry iron on motif (which I'll stitch on later for a little extra strength) also added that front pocket (just cut out a rectangle, then folded the corners) cos I needed somewhere for my hands to go  Cheesy

this was my first fully completed top!!! I've never ever finished a sewing task i set myself unless it was really basic (eg. poncho) but this was a little more involved. loved it. just wanted to show people cos...COS IM EXCITED OVER IT?!?!?!?!!!!


I can't wait to make another one for the guy I've just started seeing...any suggestions for linings  Huh cos I want it to be HELLA COOL..cos he's a honey Wink



That is absolutely beautiful! I admire your patience, following a pattern can take FOREVER!
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