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1  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Get Product and Website Opinions / Pricing help on batik on: May 20, 2012 04:18:23 PM
Hey there!  I made a few pieces of batik for donation, and I've been asked to include a price as a basis for a silent auction.  So I'd like some opinions, whether actually calculated or what you would pay.  Either would be helpful.

Materials:
4 pk Flour Sack Towels (38 in x 32 in) - $9.99
4 pk Dylon - $11.96
2 bottles Elmers Glue - $1.98



And a close up of one of the lotus flowers



There are three more, in varying colors not yet washed.  They are all 38 in x 32 in and cotton.

Thanks for looking!


2  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 10 ENTRIES / A Day at the Beach on: April 05, 2006 11:01:09 PM
Well, first off I'd like to say a quick hello.  This is my first post, and my first craft challenge.  yarn_tart got me here  Grin

I'm sorry to say, I don't really have any pictures of the construction process, it was done over a few days and I just didn't think to take pictures >.<  So, without further ado, my shoe fountain!







The idea actually started out when yarn_tart and I were at the thrift store looking for cheap yarn.  She mentioned the craft challenge to me and pointed out a pair of children's rain boots.  I said it'd be cool to do a fountain with them...being water and all.  When we went back, they weren't there, but I found a really cute pair of green kids flip-flops and that inspired this rendition of the fountain.  Many more pairs of flip flops were bought at wal-mart and kmart and other cheap places.  Then we disassembled a fountain we had, drilled some holes in a birdbath, filled it with water...layered the shoes and added some rocks and shells we had collected.

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