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1  Re: MARTHA: KEEPIN' IT REAL in Stenciling: Completed Projects by sunshyne on: November 03, 2008 04:06:55 PM


I used this stencil again for my pumpkin!
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2  repurposed NKOTB bags in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by sunshyne on: September 10, 2008 12:17:21 PM
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Found some stinky, lumpy old pillows in my NKOTB stash, so i repurposed them-


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3  Re: Say no to CROCS!! in Shoes: Completed Projects by sunshyne on: December 02, 2007 12:56:09 PM


Just another pair I whipped up....
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4  Re: Say no to CROCS!! in Shoes: Completed Projects by sunshyne on: April 28, 2007 06:24:46 PM
I know, I know. . .ya'll are probably sick of this thread, but I can't help myself!



green paisley swirl crafty garden clogs!!
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5  EnTIES - Stitched ties for Entice. in Sublime Stitching Embroidery by sunshyne on: April 28, 2007 06:19:39 PM


I made these two for My favorite members of the band Entice -
Check 'em out!  ENTICE

I used Rock n' Roll patterns and a transferred image of their logo.  I had to take apart the back stitches of the ties, and sew it back together, which was more of a pain than I intended. . but overall, I'm satisfied.

Whatd'ya think?
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6  Re: Say no to CROCS!! in Shoes: Completed Projects by sunshyne on: April 26, 2007 10:25:35 AM


Here's the picture of callmeflower9's CUTE pair of clogs - I also added a couple of new pictures and stuff to the TUTORIAL
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7  Re: Say no to CROCS!! in Shoes: Completed Projects by sunshyne on: March 14, 2007 04:48:14 PM
 Grin  I made some for my daughter, too - whaddya think??

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8  Say no to CROCS!! in Shoes: Completed Projects by sunshyne on: March 09, 2007 06:15:37 PM
I saw a similar project in a book the other day, so I took the idea and ran with it... here are my cheap-o $6 Big Lots gardening clogs, revamped and ready to get dirty..



Tutorial on my BLOG.

WARNING: these are super easy and totally addictive, I've already bought 4 new pairs...
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9  Mixed CD Christmas Party Favors (complete w/ photos) in Winter Holidays by sunshyne on: December 01, 2006 11:20:35 AM
I'm having a Christmas Party . . I made these cute!cute!cute! CD covers to hold a Christmas CD as a party favor. . . I found a template for the CD cover from Mirkwood Designs and tweaked it a bit, to make it more like an envelope. I made the cases from craft paper from the dollar store and embellished them with pretty Christmas ribbon. The stamp I used for the year is a vintage price stamp from a yard sale. The stained design was my first attempt, but I don't *love* the way it looks, it's a little too fussy for what I was trying to do. I absolutely LOVE the way they're turning out. . .but I can't decide which design is better.









The hardest part of the project was keeping the paper from rolling back into the shape of the craft paper roll. . so I put a stack of them in a 200 degree oven for about 10 minutes, flattened between parchment paper and 2 cookie sheets with a pizza stone to weigh them down, then cooled, still between the 2 sheets. . .they came out perfectly flat. To finish, I folded, glued, stamped, hole punched and ribboned them. . .very fast, easy, and cheap (my favorite part). . .not to mention, adorable! To stain the edges of the 'envelopes' I rubbed the base of a stamp pad lightly over the edges, first with red and then a very light swipe of black, for shadow. I can't take credit for that technique though, I saw it on the Carol Duvall show (DIY network). . . Wink
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10  GUMI CHOCO ORANGE! in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by sunshyne on: November 21, 2006 06:07:09 PM


My husband bought me this adorable candy from our local Asian market. . .when I first saw it, I immediately made plans to turn this guy into Amigurumi. Using scrap yarn, a few bits of felt and simple embroidery I had my very own GUMI CHOCO ORANGE!!  He measures about 3 inches around, and is my first original Amigurumi.  I hope you like it!
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