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21  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General / Crazy Quilted Paper Cloth Bookmarks on: March 12, 2013 02:23:00 PM
I recently acquired the excellent book Stich Alchemy by Kelli Perkins and immediately became obsessed with making her crazy quilted paper cloth bookmarks.  So of course I did....

The process for making the paper cloth is much like what PurpleHeather details in her fabulous tutorial

I used a base of cotton muslin well soaked with diluted glue then topped with 2" torn strips of pattern paper-I really like the graphic qualities of the pattern markings (and I also can pick up old patterns for 10 cents at the thrift store!)  On top of that I brushed on more diluted glue and random bits of torn text/letters/maps.  Then the top layer of more torn strips of pattern paper. 

After the sheets dried the real fun starts I laid on base coats of paint then spattered/stamped/stenciled/inked/sprayed glitter ink/wrote on with white paint pen/gilded with joss paper.  Basically I left the pages on my work table for a couple of weeks and just kept adding to them Grin

Then I cut some tiny random shapes, about 1 1/2" - 2".  After loading my machine with LOTS of black thread, I started zig zag stitching the pieces together in a random pattern building from the middle out.  It takes a long time to make a sheet but its very zen and forgiving of my less than stellar sewing skills....

After I felt I had a large enough sheet and being thoroughly sick of sewing tiny pieces together, I measured and cut a rectangle then cut the book mark strips in 1 1/2" increments (they are 5" long)   The strips were zigzagged around the edges to a backing of wool felt with an eyelet punched on top.  Done!  Here's a close up so you can see the texty bits still showing through...

For years I've used the same method without the cloth to make collage paper, with a base of a large sheet of tissue paper/random scrap paper/topped with more tissue paper.  I do think the paper cloth is much more sturdier though.  Both are fun to make Grin

22  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / Prodigal Heart on: March 09, 2013 06:34:06 PM
I made this 6" by 6" mixed media canvas for LeapFeetFirst in the IYP 22.  Its a fat canvas that I cut a niche into and attached a box that I made out of scrap mat board.  Collaged over with torn text, painted with many washes of my favourite (phthalo) turquoise blue (Golden Liquid acrylic), a little antiqueing with burnt umber and spattered with Quinacridone Violet.  The heart is celluclay with copper roofing nails on top. 

back construction To the timorous the adventure appeared perilous

23  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / Previous Featured Members on: February 14, 2013 12:45:42 PM
September 2012 Foxy Blue

February 2013 UnRuli
24  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / Meet Our New Featured Member UnRuli! on: February 14, 2013 12:37:36 PM
We're pleased to announce the current More Art Less Craft featured member for the first quarter of 2013 UnRuli!!

UnRuli has posted some amazing projects on Craftster, here are a few of our favourites!


Painting gone to the dogs

A Dialogue of Sentimental Dimensions (The Cake Lady)

Flea Market Watercolour

It has been so long since I stumbled upon Craftster that I can't remember what brought me here, but I'm so glad I found it.  SO MUCH INSPIRATION!  I don't always have the opportunity to post, but I look whenever I have a few moments.  I especially love checking out the Hot New Projects and the Featured Projects sections so I always go there first to see what other people are talking about.  Other than More Art, Less Crafts I always check out the Knitting (despite my absence of knitting abilities I still love to look), Needlework, Clothing and Home Sweet Home sections. 

I'm stubborn, bullheaded, certainly an "A-type" personality and I have a bit more than a touch of OCD.....all things that both help and hinder me in my art-making.  Of course if you tell me I can't do something I will do it just to prove you wrong and in some ways that's the only thing that got me to where I am now.

I come from a family that was against attending college so it's my stubbornness that got me there.  I wanted to pursue art, but thinking that I needed to be "practical" I instead studied Engineering Graphics.  I wound up working in a few different areas of Engineering but spent most of my time in Automotive Design (not the flashy, fun make-it-pretty sense but rather the mundane make-it-work mechanical stuff).  I liked my work, but the work environment was terrible so after 15 years of working in the engineering field, I left it permanently.   I worked for a while as a Vet Tech (next to art, animals are my second love) and I still occasionally help out when needed.  After a few years at the vet clinic my husband offered me the opportunity to go back to school.  Fortunately, I have a wonderful husband who believes in me because otherwise I would have chosen to be "practical" again and probably wouldn't have attended art school.  He claims there, "would have been an intervention" if I hadn't pursued my love of art.  He knew what I REALLY wanted to do and I owe this all to him.

The oldest of 8, I decided after helping to raise my siblings that I never wanted to have kids of my own.  So, although I have 23 nieces and nephews, I've never had kids....only animals.  I used to raise Nubian dairy goats, but I sold the herd so I could go back to school.  Now, I show my Australian Cattle Dogs when I have the time.  I have a pony that I drive and a young pony-mule that is just now old enough to start his training.  We also have two Bengal cats and a temporary foster cat that keep us hopping. We currently live in a small house on 5 acres, but hope to soon build on the 30 acres we recently (and unexpectedly) purchased.

Have you always been creative?  How long have you been painting?
I've always been creative.  I loved to draw and craft, but never thought I was especially talented.  I'd taken only one art class in High School, but I had very little instruction so I drew only what I knew.....mostly animals.  I was told that drawing people and painting were, "hard" and so I avoided it....I just didn't think I was good enough to do it well.  So, until I began art school in 2007 (at the age of 37) I'd never drawn a person and had never painted.  I was also terrified that I'd fail all my art courses because of a lack of talent and that is where my stubbornness kicked in.....I was going to MAKE it work!  As soon as I learned to draw what I was seeing and not what I THOUGHT I saw then drawing the human figure made sense and as soon as I realized that painting was just shapes and colors that began to make sense.  Now my favorite thing to do is to paint people!  I still look at each and every piece after I'm done and think, "did I really just do that?"

Tell us about your formal training
I was so fortunate in that I was able to attend Kendall College of Art & Design.  I desperately wanted to go there right out of high school, but I just couldn't afford it.  I was graduated from KCAD in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration and a minor in Painting and began teaching in Kendall's Illustration Department the following semester.  I'm currently teaching while in the process of earning my graduate from the Hartford Art School Low Residency Illustration MFA program.  It's surprising how few hours there are in a day!

What mediums do you create with and which is your favourite?
One reason I chose to do illustration was that I knew I'd have to learn multiple mediums.  I regularly do work in oils and watercolor, but I also sculpt and use other materials (ink, marker, charcoal, digital, graphite, gouache).  I also LOVE to do batik, but I don't have access to facilities where I can do it right now.  Of all of these my favorite is oils and sculpture.  I love the results of my watercolors, but watercolor is such a frustrating material that it "makes me want to throw things".  I'm still pretty new to watercolor so I stick with it just because I know I should and as I do more I'm beginning to have more respect for it. 

Where do you find your inspiration?
Oh my, so many things but I think more than anything else I love how light hits objects.  I carry a camera with me EVERYWHERE so that when I come across something interesting I can just take a photo and I take a LOT of photos!   I also love looking at the work of other artists and illustrators wherever I can. 

Any tips for aspiring art school students?
One thing I always tell my students is to take it their schooling seriously.  Art school when done right is FAR more difficult and time consuming than most other types of schooling.  Heck, engineering school was much, MUCH easier!  Don't just complete your homework assignment.....it may not take as long if you do it that way, but it's really a waste of your time.  Instead, complete your assignment to the very best of your ability so that you can actually DO something with it when you're done.  The very first work I ever got in to a juried art show was a colored pencil self-portrait I completed during my second semester of art school.  That piece not only got me a good grade, but it also added something to my resume and THAT is more important than any grade!   

What boards on Craftster can we find other projects of yours?
Most of the projects I've posted to Craftster have been in the More Art Less Craft section, but I have also posted two of my batiks to the Fiber Arts: Dying board.  These are both batiks I completed when I had the opportunity to take a batik class in Florence, Italy.  When I got home I quilted them and added some beads and buttons.  I can hardly wait to have the facilities to do more of these!:
Pink Lamps of Venice
Craftster Best of 2011

Sheeeeps Innnnn Spaaaaaace!
Craftster Best of 2010

My sculptures have been posted mostly to the Miscellaneous Topics board.  My sculptures are usually Super Sculpey with miscellaneous found-objects added in.  I love the craftiness of it and am always excited to start a new one.  Sculpting was another skill I didn't realize I had until I went back to school!:
Drowning in Debt

3D Clock

Welcome to My Nightmare

Dictator in a Box

Of everything you have posted, what is your own favourite piece?
That's tough, but I do think that my favorite would be my

"Repose of an Established Habit" clown (also a Best of Craftster 2011 Smiley).
This one came out exactly like I envisioned and it's the only piece of mine I have displayed in my house.  This is one of two clown paintings I've done (I just realized I never posted the other one) and I had so much fun with them that I really would like to do more of them when I finally have a bit of time.:

What are your favourite projects posted by another Craftster member?
Two projects come immediately to mind.

This mural by Destined to Fail was the first project to stop me in my tracks.  I've gone back to look at the mural many times because I love the color and whimsy of it.  I'd LOVE to put a mural in my home some day and I hope that it turns out to be as cool as this one!

The other one is Chatter's Steampunk Crow
He's just so adorable!  I love the shape of him.....he just has so much personality!

Thank you for sharing with us UnRuli!  We look forward to seeing more of your fabulous work on Craftster Smiley
25  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Shop the Swap Spring Market **Gallery** on: January 31, 2013 06:50:43 PM
post your awesome "sold" stuff here!

Discussion Thread!
26  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Shop the Swap Spring Market (signup feb 1-March1; claim to April 15) on: January 31, 2013 06:15:48 PM

Looking for hand made gifts, craft supplies?  Have lots of crafty items to "sell"?  Then this is the swap for you!

Swap name: Shop the Swap Spring Market 2013  
Craftster member who is organizing this swap: alteredmommy
Craftster members who are the backup organizers for this swap: loves2experiment
Sign-up date range: 02/01/13 to 03/01/13
Date to send item by: Once someone claims from you, you have ONE WEEK to mail the item. The swap runs through to April 15
Limited to a certain number of people? 50
Non-U.S. participants allowed? Yes! Be aware that by signing up for this swap you are agreeing to ship items internationally if they are claimed by someone outside of your country

Additional Age requirement? YES **This swap is open to crafters who are 18+**

Discussion Thread!

Swap Organizer himself/herself meets these conditions:
- Has fully read the Swap Info Guide: YES
- Has successfully completed two swaps as a participant: YES
- Is not organizing more than three swaps right now: YES
- Will recruit a co-organizer or give all details to a Swap Moderator if this swap has more than 25 participants: YES
- Is at least 18 years old: YES

Swap Organizer will check each participant to make sure they meet these conditions:
- Has been a member for at least one month: YES
- Has posted at least 15 times: YES
- Has completed one swap successfully before signing up for multiple swaps at a time: YES
- Has completed 2 swaps with positive feedback YES
- Is not currently signed up for more than five swaps: YES
- Does not have any negative feedback: YES
- Participant has agreed that he/she is at least 18 years old: YES
- If within the US, understands that Delivery Confirmation number is required for this swap: YES
- If outside the US, understands that a mailing receipt copy is required for this swap: YES

All swappers MUST be pre-approved for this swap!

The Shop the Swap (or STS) is a different kind of swap in that we start with finished items.  We use a point system in which you price items in points that you receive when you sell your shop item to another swapper.  Once you have sent your claim out , you can use those points to buy any available item from any open shop in the swap.   Like the real world, you cant spend points that you dont have (no overdraft here) and you cant hoard your points under your mattress (you must close and go shopping when you have +7 points).  
**Please note that the format for this round is a little different.  Signups will be for one month to March 1, with claiming until April 15.    Unlike the past Shop the Swaps, you will not be able to leave before the end of the swap and you must be at 3 points upon the close of the swap.  If you are traveling or otherwise unable to keep your shop open, you can close for a short period of time (a week)  The last week of the swap from April 8 to 15 will be a "grace" period and ONLY swappers who are above/below 3 points will be swapping < this worked well in the Winter Market to even everyone out to close at 3 Points Smiley

- Post a shop in this thread with at least 5 finished, handcrafted items for the other swappers to choose from.  You can also post a small amount of craft supply items at the bottom of your shop.  **Custom items can be offered, but must be finished and sent in a timely manner, so keep this in mind and only offer custom items that you can finish quickly.  Please let us know if you will be sending late.
-Handcrafted items from other people may be offered in your shop, BUT  be aware of the potential of hurt feelings when selling items made for you in other swaps.  This is a high profile swap that many people see.  Crafted items from others must be credited with the name of the creator or you will be requested to remove that item.
-Each item should have a SHORT identifiable title, description and picture.  Each item should be priced between 1 and 3 points.  Groups of items can be priced at a choice of 2 for 1 (or 3 for 1 etc).  Charge what you think is fair for your crafted item, considering time/supply cost/popularity.
-Check peoples wishlists and use the discussion thread for brainstorming any new items to offer in your shop.


-all persons new to the swap receive 3 points to spend.  This is a STS loan and you must leave with 3 points (in effect pay the loan back) for positive feedback.  
-Your shop must be open before you can spend your points in other shops.
-Remember there are no guarantees that claims will be made from your shop.  To make a sale you may need to adjust your prices or offer new crafted items/supplies.
-Everytime someone claims from you, you will get whatever point price you have listed for it.  List the claim at the bottom of your shop and add the points into pending and to your points total.  You cannot spend pending points.
-Once you have sent the claim, move the points into current.  All current points are spendable so go shopping!
-When you have +7 points (a TOTAL of current and pending) you must close your shop temporarily.  Edit your shop post to put CLOSED at the top in big bold letters that people will see.
-Once you go shopping (with your current points, you may have to ship first)and spend your points down to 5 or less, you can re-open your shop.
-Each round  claims to and from you should be listed with your point tally at the bottom of your shop.  See the next post for the proper shop format.


-If any prior claims go missing you will be required to remake/refund the points/offer something else in your shop if you have no DC# or shipping receipt.  If you have a valid DC# or shipping receipt it is your decision whether you will replace the item or have me arrange an angel

-Positive feedback will be given after the swap closing date of April 15 if you have 3 points and all your claims have been received.
-Negative feedback will be given for closing this swap with less than 3 points and/or not sending claims made to you.  If you need points, have a sale, let people know in the discussion thread, offer some supplies.  
-Spend your points down to 3 before the close of this round.  If you leave with more than 3 points, any points above 3 will go into the inflation fund.  Again, reminder pm's to join will not be sent out.  These points will not be returned to you should you join the STS in a future round.  So go shopping!

-Remember that you have ONE WEEK to ship from the day you receive a claim.
-All items are to be shipped AFTER an official claim is received; please do not ship custom items before we receive an official STS claim for them.  Items shipped before they are claimed will not be covered under our angel policy should they go missing.
- DC# are required on all claims if eligible AS PER CRAFTSTER SWAP RULES; if sending internationally please keep your postal receipt until your item is received.   Thin items can be padded with a plastic grocery bag or something similiar to make them thick enough for a DC#.  If your item has not been received within a reasonable time (3-4 weeks domestic; 4-5 weeks international) an angel can be arranged if you have a DC# or postal receipt.  If not you will be required to remake or offer something else from your shop and resend.
-Also remember to read the Swap Info Guide to find out how to ship your item and other details about participating in a swap.

-It is your responsibility to keep relevant people informed of your shop and claim status  
-all claim/send/receive pms must be sent to both organizers as well as to the person you are claiming from/sending to.  Please check you're outgoing pm's to ensure that everyone has received a copy!!!!!!
-Poor communication will be noted in your feedback.  This includes not informing the organizers/other swappers of claim status via the correct claim format; not posting in the discussion thread.
-Do join in the lively conversation on the discussion thread which can be found here:   http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=419228.0

PLEASE PM THE ORGANIZERS alteredmommy, loves2experiment WITH THE FOLLOWING

(Make the title of your PM -  STS Spring Market SIGNUP)

Name of swap: Shop the Swap Spring Market
Craftster username:
I am at least eighteen years old:
I have completed 2 swaps with positive feedback:
Email address:
Real name and mailing address (formatted for mailing):

Do you have at least 5 crafted items to start out with?
Have you read through the first 2 posts of guidelines/rules?
When will this swap be closed for claims?
How many points do you need to close?
What colour are your favourite socks?

Feel free to ask alteredmommy or loves2experiment if you have any questions!!

Shops from previous rounds:
STS Winter Market 2012  http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=414351.0
Shop the Swap 63      http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=409390.0
Shop the Swap 62      http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=407783.0
Shop the Swap 61      http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=406396.0
Shop the Swap 60      http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=404790.0
Shop the Swap 59      http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=403015.0
Shop the Swap 58      http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=401416.0
Shop the Swap 57      http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=397176.0
Shop the Swap 56      http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=393757.0
Shop the Swap 55      http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=391621.0

27  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / STS Spring Market Discussion Thread signups Feb 1/13 to March 1/13 on: January 18, 2013 10:33:12 AM
The STS (Shop the Swap) Spring Market will be open for signups on February 1!   We've ditched the ongoing format and you can see how the swap currently works by reading through the signup in the Shop Thread Smiley

Shop Thread

28  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / Talk About The Swap Process / Meet Our New Featured Organizer TroubleT! on: January 10, 2013 12:11:04 PM
Many of you have seen (and contributed!) to the "Great Organizers I have Known" thread.  We love hearing about what makes a swap run smoothly for you and we love all the positive energy that the thread has created. 

In that spirit, we've created this feature to highlight some of our special and outstanding organizers from the swap boards.  We'll meet some of our amazing organizers and pick their brains about how they keep on top of everything organizing requires. 

For the start of 2013 we are featuring one of our most prolific Ongoing Swap organizers TroubleT!  TroubleT has organized an impressive 35 times with 30 of those occasions in an Ongoing Swap!  Currently TroubleT is organizing the January 2013 Birthday Swap.

Without further delay, let's give a warm, hearty Craftster congrats to TroubleT our newest featured organizer!

What is your favorite thing about organizing?

This might be hard for some to believe but I actually like doing the spreadsheets with all of the data and files. I'm a geek that way. Let me make lists and chart things and I'm a happy gal!

How on top of things do you need to be to successfully manage an ongoing swap?

An ongoing swap definitely requires an organizer to be on the ball. If you're not, you can easily find yourself buried in an avalanche of PMs to sort through. I make an effort to be online every evening, usually after my kids are in bed, so that I can have time to devote to just doing updates.

What do you see is the main difference in an ongoing and a regular partnered swap?

What I like the most about ongoing swaps is the flexibility that it gives to the swappers. You get to choose who you craft for and  what you want to make for them. It also gives you a chance to step out of your crafty comfort zone in baby steps if you want to do so.

Do you prefer a huge swap, or a small one? Why?

I prefer the smaller swaps. I feel like I have less time to chit chat and enjoy the swap with the larger ones because my time is spent with updates rather than watching the goodies in the gallery.

Do you like using a co-organizer?

I do sometimes, especially when it's a swap that is going to occur during a busy time of the year. Being a teacher, August, December and May can be hectic so I've called on some fellow Craftsters a couple of times to help me keep my sanity in check.

If so, how do you split up organizing responsibilities?

I usually do the main swap thread to follow up on communication and the swap feedback. I ask my co to handle the gallery as well as update the spreadsheets as packages start to arrive.

Any particular tricks or tips you'd be willing to share with other organizers?

Use Google Drive! It's easy to set up a swap spreadsheet there and you can share it with your co-organizer very easily. If I'm doing a partnered swap, I use post-its to work on matching people up. Each swapper gets a post-it on which I have things like allergies, crafting ability (if applicable) and their location if they are international. I post them on my living room wall to figure out my pairings. I'm a very visual person so this works the best for me.
What would you say is the most important element of making an ongoing swap fun for everyone?

Staying on top of your communication and updates. PMs roll through constantly with questionnaires and claims. I take the time to contact each new swapper to welcome them aboard. I reply to claim PMs with their send dates.

Where do you find your swapping AND organizing inspiration?

PINTEREST! I LOVE that site but who doesn't? LOL

What was your favorite swap you organized, and what do you think made it a success?

I would have to say the Hoopla swap that I organized back in the earlier days. I loved seeing how people interpreted their themes into stitching, such amazing creativity and talent.  Smiley

Is there anything else you'd like to share?

Never be afraid to give organizing a try. Also, don't be afraid to ask to co-organize with one of your favorite organizers just to get your feet wet in the process before you take off to do your own swap.
29  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / 12 crafty things for ME along 2013! on: January 03, 2013 04:09:31 PM
If you are anything like me and have nothing to show people when they ask to see what you make, this is the craft along for you!  One of my crafty goals for 2013 is to make something for myself every month and KEEP it Grin

So its very simple, just post your project that you make for you and you alone every month.  It can be anything from art to clothing to something that just makes you smile, as long as you crafted it.  You have all month long to do it and can post at anytime.  You can make a wishlist or wing it, just have fun crafting for yourself.  Jump in at anytime!


30  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / FOC Second Chance Wishlist Rd 3 **Gallery** on: October 14, 2012 02:23:26 PM
Receivers post your stuff here!    Original Thread!

Green - Sent
Purple - Received
 Smiley - Negative changed to positive! Welcome back to swapping!
Orange - Has contacted us about sending late
Red - Late without communication OR past date discussed when asking to send late.
Bold Red - Did not send within two weeks of send date. Banned from swapping.  Sad

Claims :
October 22nd
SMLounsbury to GatorWrangler  Smiley
yofi to mama24boyz Smiley
hazelly to Koreena Smiley
cindibee to jillybeans Smiley
twisted5whispers to jungrrl  Smiley
Lo{ve} to microjivvy  Smiley
J_Kieviet to underthemountain Smiley
October 23rd
ehinders to Calabaza  Smiley
szuzu1969to WideEyedLife Smiley
Bobbysgirl to Mountains and Clouds  Smiley
uropygid to gotgrey Smiley
shadowromeo to alwaysinmyroom  Sad
October 24th
battenberg to p.kok  Smiley
Caclark4 to gozer  Smiley
kindofaddicted to lindyv321 Smiley
sarabunny to MareMare  Smiley
October 27th
dukemanistan to craftADDchick
dukemanistan to suereal  Smiley
Bobbysgirl to rubylynns Smiley
audio to rackycoo Smiley
October 28th
jo_mama to RhymeswOrange  Smiley
October 30th
crescentfresh to camelama Smiley
October 31st
Lo{ve} to fishstix43 Smiley
November 2nd
Mrs. Awesome_Pants to Onyxnox  Smiley
November 3rd
puttenkat to Interrobam Smiley
November 5th
crosswind to Belladune
crosswind to alteredmommy  Smiley
November 8th
unjugetito to StickerChic87  send by November 14  Sad
creationsjessy to phoenixfiredesigns  Smiley
Shana82 to ThriftyLiving4U Smiley
kitkat_pro to Homerof2   Smiley
lillyanka to puamelia Smiley
November 9th
beki710 to wwrich  Smiley
Catrinau to LaughingLark  Smiley
Gwynie to Ewulotta  Smiley
Gwynie to redstar13 Smiley
PandaShrew to SewEnthusiastic
mmccorbin to amalgam   Sad
pumperthedinosaur to indigo_roses  Smiley
tvelez to mandykaye Smiley
Jellybean313 to silentblair  Smiley
November 10th
triissyy to Miss Barbara  send by November 12   Sad
fluttermuffin to Pixiefirefly  Smiley
fluttermuffin to Leslieshappyheart Smiley
tvelez to bananaleg  Smiley
Liannalives to goldfishpollywog Smiley
mcbenno to Avesthel  Smiley
November 11th
mokba43 to edelC Smiley
November 12th
mangomerle to dreadlocklove  Smiley
November 13th
Lera-star to sloth003 Smiley
J_Kieviet to TroubleT  Smiley
November 14th
battenberg to Lilibet  send by November 17  Sad
battenberg to IdlersDesign  send by November 17
November 15th
Caclark4 to kittykill  Sad
November 16th
white trash hero to VegasZombie  sending November 19 Sad

November 17th
flyraeven to SevsOnlyGirl  Smiley
flyraeven to Casey1201  Smiley
November 19th
danderson to Whistley
 sent November 25
danderson to pioneer9 Smiley sent November 25
mata to sweety28303 Smiley
hopeevey to Witchhippie Smiley
BlueTiger80 to SilverMoon  Smiley
dynamine to Listessa Smiley
crosswind to klg_jlg  Sad
crosswind to ollieorange  Sad
flyraeven to thanate  Smiley
mamakitty78 to sheepBlue Smiley
mamakitty78 to kjlutz Smiley

November 20
roses are red to alwaysinmyroom  Smiley

Outstanding Packages as of December 10

PandaShrew to SewEnthusiastic  (November 9)

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