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1  Re: Ugh, I can't do this, please help in Stenciling: Discussion and Questions by distimica on: July 09, 2006 09:10:10 AM


Just a the stamp filter and some touch up.

Hope it helps.
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2  Yet Another Bag of Bags in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by distimica on: July 08, 2006 12:42:15 PM
I had to try my hand at this. I used no pattern at all, just tried to remember what I did many years ago, when I made a bag out of heavy cotton yarn. This one will be seeing much more use, with cotton the bag ended up being to heavy.



I found it easy, cheap and charming. Let me know what you guys think.

I wrote a post about it on my weblog,  in portuguese.
http://e.entao.com.br/?p=837
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3  Re: cute cuts for curly hair...help me out here? in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by distimica on: March 20, 2006 07:32:02 PM
I have a friend that has hair like yours in the cutest and easiest cut I've ever seen.



She is the one on the right, with the brown dress over pants.

Her hair is like this: very short bangs, so they don't curl.
A chanel a little over the chin with the sides and back shaved underneath.

Her explanation is that the bangs remind her of when she had very short hair.
The shaved underneath keeps it from getting too hot and she can tie her hair up whenever it's too hot.

I find that the shaved underneath keeps her curly hair from looking too full and the bangs keep it different and interesting.

I hope this helps.

Oh, by the way, you have such a pretty face. It's time to show it off.  Wink
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