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51  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Re: Dr. Whoop on: December 16, 2013 07:28:48 PM
Thanks! Yeah, I hate using that floss, but it is cool.
52  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Dr. Whoop on: December 15, 2013 06:11:12 PM
I stitched this up for my Dad for Christmas, he's a big fan of Dr Who, and Tom Baker is his fave. I used glow in the dark floss.
I hope he likes it!

53  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Re: The Deer's Cry, my needlework entry on: December 04, 2013 01:09:24 PM
This looks fantastic!
54  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Re: The Raven on: December 04, 2013 09:41:28 AM
Whoa..I am speechless! Stunning work!
55  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: Festive village yarn wreath on: December 04, 2013 06:19:32 AM
Thanks! Budget friendly crafts are the best crafts Wink The yarns I used are cheap ones from Michael's. I forget the names, but they are sparkly and were on sale. One has little sequins that don't show up in the pic but are lovely in person and the other was sort of a lacy mesh, not really actual yarn,but perfect for "snow." The little house and tree were items I already had. I put a tack nail into the wreath and glued the tree base to that so it would have a little level surface to stick to and stay upright, and stuffed some of the lacy yarn under the house and glued it all down, then attached the house with some long quilt pins. The doilies are attached with straight pins, so that if I get tired of this wreath I can reuse them.  Also so the glue doesn't show through the doilies.
56  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: Festive village yarn wreath on: December 01, 2013 12:21:09 PM
Simple with glitter pretty much sums up my holiday taste! Cheesy
57  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: Festive village yarn wreath on: November 30, 2013 12:52:36 PM
Aww, thanks!!
58  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Festive village yarn wreath on: November 29, 2013 09:55:18 PM
I made a new yarn wreath for my door this year, using a couple of sparkly yarns, some dyed vintage doilies, and a little Christmas house and tree. Happy Holidays!



59  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: Vintage style mixed media holiday decoration on: November 14, 2013 09:40:10 AM
Thanks! I don't have it anymore for new pics, but the tins are toy sizes, maybe 2-3 inches? I considered using them to make brooches. I may do that if I run across more of that size.
60  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Vintage style mixed media holiday decoration on: November 14, 2013 08:51:25 AM
I made this little holiday decoration for a friend, using a strip of silk velvet ric rac, old buttons, cabochons, and little mini vintage tart tins that I added images to and filled with resin and mica flakes.











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