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1  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / Hogwarts Favorite House Swap Round 2 on: May 21, 2007 06:18:09 PM
Wow-ee, guys - we've already got a receiver, so it's time to start the gallery!!!   Shocked   I can't wait to see what you all get.... and to gloat about what I got.  Grin

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itscute
gleep
CraftyCat
MissWendiki
GoldfishGirl
adoptasong
Maltiriel
Tanza
nevermore
dyanemcs
danaisradxcore
SeeMe
Toriaa
stitchandstones
Rhinestonextract
Raenef
just_gemz
gala_apples
Kristen81
Umheried
Michela
LordVoldy
Tricia
Sweet_Sylvia
MissTee_2
Kathleenalice
S is for Summer


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Dancer4Ever




Did these people receive?
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Sweet_Sylvia from gumshoegal - got an angel
itscute from Dancer4Ever - working on an angel




2  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions / Cleaning a Screen on: October 07, 2006 05:26:41 PM
Hi! I'm a newbie to screenprinting, and my first set of prints came out well.  Woot!  However, I can't get the "ghost" of the image out of my screen.    It's totally see through again, so it can be used, but it is still dyed pink (the color of the filler) the places that I'd had it.  The only problem really is that it's difficult to see the fine lines to trace to use the screen again.  I followed the directions repeatedly, but I just can't get it out the rest of the way.  Any tips?
Thanks in advance!
3  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Getting rid of adhesive on: February 01, 2006 04:34:21 PM
I have a stash of airtight tea tins that I want to reuse to hold herlbs and such.  I've started redecorating them, but the results could easily go in stitch & botch... what I REALLY want is to get rid of the old adhesive so I can start from scratch with a background that I like.  I've tried acetate, but to no avail.  Any suggestions for getting rid of this gummy, nasty stuff all over one side of them?
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