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1  My latest drawings in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by inbetweenday on: May 25, 2011 04:18:05 PM




This are two of my latest drawings and I am having too much fun. It's great to be creating something, anything again! I haven't been on craftster in so long...its good to be back.

The colors are not as saturated in real life..actually in real life they are quite pastel.
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2  my Zombie Party dress in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by inbetweenday on: November 05, 2006 10:34:25 AM
used McCall's pattern #7695
found orange fabric at walmart in the dollar section
the spider web fabric was at jo-ann...a little pricey but didnt need much...i was the only one at the dance wearing orange?! good or bad i dont know haha.
Smiley
hope you like it!!
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3  Re: Boy Girl SWAP in The Swap Gallery by inbetweenday on: September 19, 2006 04:49:07 PM
yeah i got a package from my super cool super sweet swap angel: Meshell
i am soooooooooooooo HAPPY! swap faith restored.

where do i start...ok
1. a hand sewn andy warhol marilyn make-up bag (so cool i love marilyn and warhol!)
2. a handmade silver anatomical heart necklace (awesome i love hearts! you dont even know! cant wait to wear it!)
3. a handmade skull pin (lovin the skull)
4. a handmade shrinky dink sacred heart pendant (love sacred hearts!!!!! gorgeous ...and i have a necklace to put it on!)
5. a hand sewn marilyn square pin...(great colors! in fact, everything was bright and pretty ...i love color!)
6. a box of colorful ribbon! awesome
7. 4 cherry buttons(...very cool...i love cherries too)
8. extra marilyn appliques! yes!
ps. i also thought the box it was sent in was cool...looked printed
here are a couple of close ups:

thanks again meshell!!! you rock!
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4  Re: Boy Girl SWAP in The Swap Gallery by inbetweenday on: August 31, 2006 04:51:16 PM
hey guys! this is what i sent my boy partner, elqouence30

some art postcards:

some hand decorated matchboxes inspired by the
ones sold in mexico:


a pinhole camera print:

a set of four film noir coasters
(made with iron on transfers, used pics from
an old engagement calendar):


last but not least, the requested bathroom curtain:
side 1
side 2 (small black polka squares)
what fun this swap was!
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5  Re: Envelope Swap (SIGNUPS CLOSED ; MAIL BY 6/23/06) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by inbetweenday on: June 28, 2006 04:55:02 PM
there isnt a gallery for this swap yet so im just gonna post the pics in here...
these are the beautiful envelopes i received from sugarblossom!
i love all of the bright colors!!!
3 minis: blue polka dots, 2 asian inspired
2 small: duckies, fireworks
3 medium: fun jungle animals (my fav: giraffes!!!), 2 mod/atomic patterns
2 legal: paisley pattern, pinstripes


this swap was a lot of fun and not too time consuming!
thank you so much sugarblossom!
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6  Re: Texas Swap Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by inbetweenday on: June 02, 2006 04:30:02 PM
Hey everyone
got my package from veganxwater today! so exciting!
the stuff i received:
- a giant rasterbation of Tommy Lee Jones (must be put together like a puzzle)
- the word 'Texas' spelled out of popcycle stix
- a list of vegetarian restaurants in Texas
- a Reverend Horton Heat collage
- a pencil

and my personal fave: the Tommy poster...i have only gotten this far putting it together but you get the idea Smiley
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7  To swim or not to swim? in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by inbetweenday on: May 30, 2006 11:27:54 PM
My second shirt...
I used an old simplicity pattern #6462
I found some awesome bathing suit material in my mom's stash
the pattern called for a stretchy knit ...but this worked out...so I was thinking...maybe I could wear this as a bathing suit top?


excuse the dirty mirror...so tacky

Thanks for all the awesome comments you guys!  I think i need to solve the 'bust is not lined' problem so that i can use it as a tankini...until then i can wear it as a shirt haha
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8  my powder blue shirt for working in a hot place in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by inbetweenday on: May 19, 2006 02:27:25 AM
ok so i have made this shirt in an attempt to create something airy to wear to work.  i work in a tile studio in south texas and there is not any air conditioning! it gets super super hot! i thought hey maybe i can make a breathable shirt because truthfully some tank tops and tshirts can smother almost to the point of heat stroke.

anyway babbling
i used simplicity pattern 4123 (next time i have to go a size smaller i think-there is a bunch of room under the arms?!?
*im trying to pose like the girl on the pattern...uh but forgot to have that carefree smile...oh yes and ignore the circles under the eyes

should i paint something on this shirt? seems a little plain but i dunno...

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9  This psychedelic high heel was made for walkin'... in CHALLENGE 11 ENTRIES by inbetweenday on: May 01, 2006 05:17:22 PM
hello
i found this pooh painting at goodwill for $2.99.  measures approx. 16"x16". The piece came with a frame attached to it already.
the entire thing was a little beat up.

my first job was to remove the slick paint that outlined pooh and his balloon. then i turned the painting upside down and got to work.


if you look closely you can still see part of pooh and his balloon inside the groovy design.
i had to leave at least part of him there(my guilty conscience would not let me completely cover the piece).
i also repainted the frame a powder blue like the original background color.
i hope everyone likes!!!
this is fun fun fun
 
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10  Re: stenciling on a t shirt in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by inbetweenday on: April 24, 2006 09:29:29 PM
i have used regular acrylic craft paint from hobby lobby that you can get for 50-70cents a bottle...super cheap...
they have some acrylic craft paints at walmart too for cheaper i think (40c-ish)

if you are going for a one color design all you would need is one bottle and you could probably get it with a handful of pennies!


this is the kind i found at hobby lobby for like 57cents
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