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1  Florida / Florida: Central / Re: Clearwater/St.Pete/Tampa ladies...?craft mafia on: January 31, 2008 04:15:54 AM
Yes, thanks for contacting me Smiley Keep me in the loop as well.
2  HOME SWEET HOME / Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects / Re: Zombie Flowers on: November 16, 2007 03:34:10 PM
Whoa, that is a GREAT IDEA! Why didnt I think of that :-D

I can't get over this. Such a good idea.
3  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Suggest New Boards and New Features / Yes! A garden-only board. on: August 27, 2007 04:52:33 AM
I think there should be a dedicated gardening section - not grouped together with yard art. I know there are a lot of people who are interested in growing things and what others are growing, and are not looking for mosaic-recycled-whatever-they-are's Smiley It just takes a while for me to weed thru all the Exterior "decorating" stuff to get to some actual gardening or landscaping information. Just a thought! I'm glad that gardening is even included on this wonderful website!
4  COOKING / Dessert / Re: Wilton Cake decorating class on: May 03, 2007 10:32:24 AM
Wendy, cool cakes!!  Do you actually have an airbrush at home or do you have a bakery??  I want one  **pout**

Thanks Craftinator and Sparkly for the compliments!

Craftinator: I only use an airbrush (or decorate cakes in general) where I work - a grocery store bakery. Again, I'm thinking supplies at home would be cool...

Sparkly: I wasn't sure if hardened royal flowers were worth eating. I'd trust whatever Craftinator says Smiley
5  COOKING / Dessert / Re: Wilton Cake decorating class on: May 02, 2007 04:09:43 PM
sparkly: are the flowers going to be prepared in advance from icing, allowed to dry, then placed on the cake in their hardened form? Or are the flowers going to be prepared and placed immediately on the cake (still 'wet')?

If the flowers are going to be hardened, icing type may not matter since they'll be too hard to eat anyway.

If they'll be soft enough to eat, vanilla buttercream icing is great. If you don't mix it yourself, some bakeries will sell you their aerated buttercream.

That's what I have to offer Smiley
6  Florida / Florida: Central / Re: Craftsters in Clearwater/Saint Petersburg area? on: April 27, 2007 08:27:22 PM
I'm in NE st pete, in my 20s, female, mostly sew, would be up for meeting, swapping fabric/clothes, chatting, making items for charities, seeing what everyone's making, could probably answer a lot of questions about cake decorating. ill catch up on this thread later. im up way past my bedtime!
7  Florida / Florida: Central / Re: Pinellas County crafters! Where are you? on: April 27, 2007 08:14:56 PM
Well, I might as well say hello. I'm in NE St. Pete. Hi MissLilaMae!

Been cruising craftster and found this post tonight. I'd be interested in making it to a little get together somewhere sometime. I don't drive, so I depend on the husband to bus me around Wink I'm a bit timid about craft fairs (selling in them) since Atomic Holiday Bazaar was not great for me - but meeting all the people - like misslilamae was AWESOOOOME!
8  CLOTHING / Shoes: Discussion and Questions / "Twinkletoes: Footgear to make and wear" by Gwen Evrard on: April 27, 2007 03:44:42 PM
Published in 1976
ISBN 0-684-14606-1

If you've ever wanted to make mocassins, ballet flats, mukluks, tabis, sandals, you need to see this book! It provides patterns (that need to be transferred and enlarged for your footsize) and instructions for many types of shoes. I was so excited when I found this book I just had to post about it. I've seen a few auctions here and there on the internet also, to purchase it for a few bucks. Definitely worth the money!

Quite a number of the projects call for purchasing soles from retailers that might not be around any more. I have not looked into purchasing shoe soles - maybe it is easier than I think, but just wanted  to let you know that a lot of these projects suggest store-bought soles or recycling soles off your old shoes.

Anyhoo, if I had a photo of the cover, I'd include it but I dont. Let me know if you've used this book for any of your projects!
9  COOKING / Dessert / Re: yay i made a anouther cake! on: April 27, 2007 03:30:34 PM
My favorite part is the upside-down piped scallops. Did you use half of a paper cup for spacing or just freehand it? It is nice Smiley

Is the base fondant?
10  COOKING / Dessert / Re: a cake i made on: April 27, 2007 03:27:32 PM
The colors are great! I think its the eyes that really make it cute. It has a way cuter face than the other one's I've seen like this, such as this one I saw recently - http://www.kraftfoods.com/esi.net/seasonal/recipes.aspx?shortname=pathmark&d=&recipe_id=57450

Again the colors are just great!
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