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1  DIY Tote Bag Idea - Bridal Party Favor in Weddings and Bridal Showers by pinkcottoncandy on: March 05, 2006 02:03:56 PM
To start off, this isn't their present by itself... it's going to be stuffed with all different kinds of things.


Okay... how good would this work out?

Old Navy has cute tote bags... but I was wondering, how great would my idea actually work out?



To me, that structure of it looks kind of like a pillow with the same kind of fabric handles attached to it. However, the usual fabric made for a pillow wouldn't look too good with stuff stuffed into it...

So...
What if... I went to the craft store, purchased paints, sponges, and fabric and made them?

My future sister inlaw on my family's side (brothers fiance) received one for her birthday, and she never goes anywhere without it. The material used for it is like a thick cotton.

I know how to sow, and fortunatly inherited my mother and her mothers creativity, so, these would be really easy for me to do, but...

What do you think?

Also, for my mom, future mother-in-law and other future sister-in-law, I would purchase a different bag since their style's different, and for each bag they'll most likely be made in different colors (the girls favorite color), and have a different design on it, a different bag for each girl.
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2  Penguin Decoration... Help please in Party Planning by pinkcottoncandy on: November 08, 2005 02:01:27 PM
One of my friends and I are having a joined 20th B-day party...
The theme is "Rock Star"...
I'm making her her cake, and, I want it to haveit decorated with stars and a huge penguin on it since she loves penguins.
I'm going to create the stars by making star shaped sugar cookes, then frosting them with gold frosting...
But, I'm still trying to figure out how the heck to make the penguin. It doesn't have to be edible, just big and sefe enough to put on top of a cake (so, not a stuffed animal or anything).

Can anyone help?


That is what I want the cake to look like


this picture is what I'm using to try to get an idea of how to create the penguin
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3  Re: i hate slutty halloween costumes, but... in Halloween Costumes by pinkcottoncandy on: October 18, 2005 12:01:22 PM






i made this to sell on Ebay.  and at least it's one-of-a-kind and d.i.y. not some crappy store bought slutty nurse costume, right?  okay, i'm a total hypocrite.
but i was thinking- i'm in nursing school right now... maybe i should start specializing in 'official' slutty nurse costumes.  haha.  okay, bad joke.  my boyfriend just informed me that i'm not very funny.
It's really good... good job *smiles*
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4  2005 Halloween Costume - Fairy in Halloween Costumes by pinkcottoncandy on: October 17, 2005 09:57:47 PM
Okay, so, it is slutty... but, here's the costume I created using fabric, beads, flowers, leaves, and a few other things including help from a few of you...

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