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81  Vagina Pillow in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by ForevrBee on: July 14, 2004 05:16:22 AM
First I have to say that I'm Back after a 3.5 day hiatus.

The laptop was rebooted Saturday, but we were having major internet problems (It would shut down within 1 minute of getting online, We think it was a virus, & apparently weren't the only ones affected). So to take up some of the time, I did some pillow making, with emphasis on the Vagina Pillow Livejournal post link on OokPik's website. I had an old fitted bed sheet (light blue) that I retreaved from the"RagBag" downstairs, cut out two squares of material, Sewed them together while leaving a hole large enought to fill it with stuffing & then sewed it shut. With the print-out of the pillow as my guide, I outlined the Vagina pattern with a blue sharpie so I woud know what goes where. I made sure that the thread was tight enough. For the Not-So-Finishing touch, I added a blue pony bead for the clitoris. I say N-S-Finishing touch, because, as it was nor pouffy enough for me, I added an additional backing, using another "square" (I'd use the term loosely) of fabric, sewing it to the back, stuffing it, then sewing it shut. It's a bit oblong, & I admit not the most perfect shape. I probably post my other pillows later on, plus regretfully no pictures as of yet.


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82  Re: Demin Jean Tool Belt (or Apron) in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by ForevrBee on: May 19, 2004 09:51:54 AM
All I have right now, is a scan of the belt from the magazine. I myself, would like to make one, but I can't find a pair of jeans I'd be willing to part with & tear up.

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83  Shrink-Art Zodiac Pendants in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by ForevrBee on: April 23, 2004 04:30:44 AM
While going through some of my mother's craft stuff, I found stuff to make your own shrink-art. Ideas went through my head as just what to make with this. Just then I decided why not make something astrology-related. So I took the sheets (2), drew large circles,with my Sharpies with each sign in them & they were cut out & punched. However they're not fully finished. there's still some cutting that needs to be done before they can go in the oven. I'll reply back when it's finished.

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84  Re:Barbie Shoes bracelet in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by ForevrBee on: April 13, 2004 03:53:11 AM
O.K. O.K.  Did some re-constructive surgery on my bracelet to give it a cleaner look. (I redid it is what I'm basically saying) I added some different shaped beads in between the shoes to even it out, still keeping the pink heart charm,  with this as the finished result.
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