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1  New York / New York: West / Re: Buffalo? Niagara Falls? on: March 12, 2008 07:37:32 PM
Yeesh, I see this hasn't been updated for a while. I've been going to Buffalo State College (in Buffalo, in case it wasn't obvious) for the past year and was wondering if there were any other crafters/craftsters around. Anyone? Bueller?

I realize that you basically posted over a ayear ago, but if you're still looking for a partner in crafting crime, I'm at Buff State Smiley
I was involved breifly in a crafters group here, but it fell to pieces after a few brief months...
2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Very Simple Summer Dress on: September 15, 2007 12:26:53 PM
um, this is rather random, but I bookmarked this post quite a while ago, and have since made a dress from that exact fabric! How bizzare, I was browsing bookmarks today and laughed when I saw that. where did you find it? 4 yards of it were passed down to me by a friend.
3  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / Re: Science of Sleep costume on: September 07, 2007 10:03:38 PM
You should randomly place little bits of cellophane on the suit, like they used to simulate water in the film or make a copy of the one-second time machine and wear the headphones. You could also make a wound on your forehead from when he runs full speed into Stephanie's door.
4  New York / New York: North / Re: Any Central/Upstate Members? on: August 03, 2007 03:35:13 PM
Hey guys, I've been waiting to hear about more upstaters! I'm in Endicott, down near pennsylvania, like Kasie. I'm moving to Buffalo for school in a few weeks, which is still in the general area of new york we are all in.
This is so exciting Grin
5  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / Re: moving. on: June 24, 2007 06:35:55 PM
Perhaps you could look for some inexpensive ribbon in the color you like, and instead of painting the base of the chair you could just wrap it. You could crate a trim or criss-cross pattern on the cushion and then put buttons of a similar color on the cushion. This might make more of a soft look and feel for a bedroom. You could even do multiple colors of thread or ric-rac. Best of luck with the move!
6  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Discussion and Questions / Re: hoorah a typewriter! on: March 17, 2007 07:53:44 PM
typewriters are really great for creating patterns with type. by repeating the same punctuation mark, letter or pattern, from afar it has this very cool, stripey effect. You can also thread all kinds of things through it besides normal paper, like fabric, photographs, tissue paper and transperencies. I brought my typewriter into my studio class back in September for a girl to photograph, and it's since been used in about ten different projects! if you're into 3-d, you could always use the parts for jewelry or sculpture.
7  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Party Planning / Re: PROM: Themes and Crafty Ideas needed!!!! on: March 17, 2007 07:47:11 PM
My class is having the 007 theme, too. yuck.
8  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Party Planning / Re: "I like you...Hospitality Under the Influence" - by Amy Sedaris HIGH LARIOUS on: March 14, 2007 07:49:23 PM
I lurrved this book. Amy is from my hometown, in New York, and she is one of my favorites. I gave it as a gift to like, three people already.
I love the peanuts with the little eyes that are throughout the book. that's all I've made thus far. I also stole the idea of the pantyhose curtain (it wasn't listed as a craft, but was a decorative accent page) and stuck polaroids inside, as a piece for my senior portfolio.

great book:)

OMG, I love Amy, does she ever come home?   Have you ever seen her in person?  Okay, enough with the stalking.

nah, their family left town when she and her siblings were young: it used to be a town populated by IBM employees, but most of them got relocated at some point or another. I'm sure if anyone ever came back, it would have been in the paper or something. one can only hope Undecided
9  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Party Planning / Re: PROM: Themes and Crafty Ideas needed!!!! on: March 13, 2007 04:24:13 PM
My school is tigers too, I started buying grad decorations back in October Cheesy
Hollywood Glam is always good because people are willing to get into character. Just use lots of champagne flutes and pearls and gold lame` everywhere! plus you could project old Greta Garbo movies on the wall or something, as a fun distraction. fake paparazzi are always good, too. oooh red carpet!
10  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Party Planning / Re: "I like you...Hospitality Under the Influence" - by Amy Sedaris HIGH LARIOUS... on: March 13, 2007 04:20:32 PM
I lurrved this book. Amy is from my hometown, in New York, and she is one of my favorites. I gave it as a gift to like, three people already.
I love the peanuts with the little eyes that are throughout the book. that's all I've made thus far. I also stole the idea of the pantyhose curtain (it wasn't listed as a craft, but was a decorative accent page) and stuck polaroids inside, as a piece for my senior portfolio.

great book:)
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