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1  Re: Monster Swap Round 6 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Glamis on: July 15, 2016 04:21:58 AM

I received three Monster necklaces from gala_apples today. She picked up three of my major themes: Zombies, cryptozoology and many eyes.

Bigfoot footprints




A leather zombie hand (took her forever and broke her xacto)



And a many eyed monster that sadly  got amputated during shipping



Thanks for swapping with me gala_apples!

P.S. What kind of polymer clay did you use? This look and feels more  like plaster. Just wondering.

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2  Re: Everyday is Halloween Gallery SO May 20th in The Swap Gallery by Glamis on: May 25, 2016 05:30:02 AM
I received my sweet package from alwaysinmyroom.

I was a bit confused because the box says "Happy anniversary"
Then I opened it and found out:


 
My wedding anniversary is on Halloween and since alwaysinmyroom always wanted to do a project like this we were a perfect match! Me an hubby love it!

I also received extras:



the fabric is supposed to glow in the dark...so far it doesnt- nevermind, I like the pattern. And the bowl was instantly nicked by the kitty to play with. Stupid thing loves wool.

Some more extras: dark chocolate (not a super fan but the peanut one is yummy) and a garland to craft with or just hang.. well see...



Thank you alwaysinmyroom for a wonderful package and a fun swap! (Sorry for the gloomy lighting in the pics, crappy weather here)

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3  Re: Every Day is Halloween Swap: Sign ups 4/11-4/18/16. SO May 20 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Glamis on: April 25, 2016 01:48:04 AM
Look at this mutant dandelion that I found today. I think I have a thing for mutant plants now



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4  Re: Mini 13 Days of Halloween Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Glamis on: August 28, 2015 03:19:31 AM
Here is my whole loot:



Day 1:
a superpretty pin cushion for my collection of DIY fancy pin cushions



the back is pretty too!



Day 2:
two skull blocks that are quite heavy. I thing they are intended to be decoration but I think they make handy fabrics weight too. Plus some skull charms and a nice little skull bracelet.



Day 3:

A beautiful charm bracelet. In one of my favorite color combinations! The beads are all so interesting.



Day 4:

A beautiful bunting. In one of my favorite color combinations again! Love the writing on it.



Day 5:

A rad bat scarf (I desperately needed but couldnt find a nice one), bat jewelry and a wooden bat badge



close up of the jewelry



Day 6:

2 beautiful pieces of artwork . Did you make/paint these artsycandice? And if, how are they made? They are somehow applied to wooden blocks.



Day 7:

A wonderful, spooky lantern. When you turn on the electric light inside it looks like the graveyard is burning. Even the picky SO liked it!



plus a nifty carved bat pendant. It looks like some kind of gemstone...



Day 8:


A lovely painted coffin/pincushion with an anatomical heart magnet inside. I cant tell if it is DIY  Huh





Day 9:

A great, wooden figurine. I think it is supposed to be a cat but it also looks kind of like a lemur



Day 10:

An awesome skull towel and three equally awesome small, spooky trays. Bat brains!



Day 11:

A painting with a quote from Army of darkness and an Ash shadow. I now want to watch it again!



Day 12:


A supercool Halloween mantle miniature scene. So much details!



A cheese platter in the right corner



A crafty scene it the attic. You cant see it very good but there is a tiny oldschool sewing machine in the back



A tiny sphere tree and poisonous beads



And this really cracks me up: there is a sceleton hand on the mantel, wearing a diamond ring...I am getting hitched this Halloween so this is perfect!



Day 13:

On the last day I received a posh dressed puppet. She is wearing a gown and a fancy sash and jewlery. I named her Cecil and she is going to live with my Lady Gaga and Poison Ivy poppets.



look at her awesome fringe hair



Thank you artsycandice for an awesome and fun swap and lots of pretty and spooky things. I admire your crafty talent and maybe we are able to swap again in the future. My SO just looked at all the presents I received and said: She made a bunch of cool stuff, didnt she? There's nothing else to be said....

















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5  Re: 4x6 Art Swap - June 2015 in The Swap Gallery by Glamis on: July 03, 2015 12:37:20 AM

I received a summery collage from crazyda79. And it perfectly suits the heat wave we are having in Germany (35C/95F). It is also backed with foam rubber so I can take it to the beach and it will float  Wink
Thanks crazyda79!





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6  Re: Magic Yarn Ball Swap Round 17 Gallery (SO 2/23/2015) in The Swap Gallery by Glamis on: May 14, 2015 12:08:32 PM


I FINALLY received from Alexus 1325. Hope there is still someone on here to admire all the pretty things
.
Here is what was outside the MYB: pom pom makers (waaay better then the ones I uses before), stickers, the project: a shell stitched vest/cardi and beautiful teal colored wool blend yarn



close up of one of my favourite extras:



there was more: an awesome knitted pencil shaped pouch, Batman colored (yellow, blue) handspun(?) wool and 2 3D Batman journals



that was in the the ball: all kinds of different buttons, glas beads, a supercool knitted grenade shaped pouch and a tentacle pendant that was unfortunately broken and one piece is miraculously missing. In the upper right corner is the beautiful rainbow colored sock yarn everything was wrapped in


 
and a group shoot of all the wool I got



Thank you so much Alexus 1325, the package was well worth the wait. I love everything  and cant wait to start crocheting!

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7  Re: Magic Yarn Ball Swap Round 17 (SO 2/23/2015) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Glamis on: January 21, 2015 10:23:39 AM

The last cool thing I made was this: (picture courtesy of monkey_girl)



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8  Re: 3D Bug Swap - Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Glamis on: January 06, 2015 01:43:23 PM
After 1 month, 3 weeks and 2 days my package from suereal FINALLY arrived. And it was so worth the wait (as I expected)  Cheesy

Without further ado and because I am so stoked:

A hand painted plate. That, according to the website on the sticker on the back, is a kit that you paint, send in and then the company that sell those fixes it. Best thing: It is dishwasher safe. How cool!



A potholder (?) and a set of coasters. All painstakingly quilted and neatly bound. I love how colorful they are.



I tried to snap a close up of the the quilting



And more awesomeness: It is reversible! It has skulls on the back!  Shocked



A purse (here is a text she enclosed)
   "The GOLDEN LIPPED UNCOMMON HOUSE FLY
   Only recently discoverd, this relative of the Common House-Fly is the largest fly ever recorded in
   modern history. So large, in fact that they are being used as handbags in some parts of the world.
   They have relatively small eyes for their body mass, but the inner facial bone is quite strong and
   works as an effective handle. The spectacular Golden Lips are strong enough to work as a quite
   sturdy clasp. Once dried, the inner lining of the fly take on a silk-like texture and all signs of its
   origin seemingly evaporates. There are two ways to wear the GLUHF. One is to wear it facial bone
   up. There are two sturdy link bones (belived to once encase venom sacks) at the jaw point. Or, you
   can hang it from jaw point to...um..a strong bone at the back end of the creature. This particular
   specimenhas a parasitic wasp attached."



Here is a close up of the parasitic wasp (that one really cracked me up) and the construction of the wings , that double as little pockets. It is wire somehow fused into some plastic stuff. How did you make that sureal?



And here is a picture of the "intestine" colored lining



I believe that is one of my favorite things ever received in a swap and I have been prancing around with it the whole day

I also got some cute "packing material" (temporary tattoos, dragonfly ribbon (that is washable so I assume I can put it on clothing) and a candy bar)



Thank you so very much suereal. I LOVE everything  Cheesy




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9  Hello Kittified horror film chracter tissue box cover in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by Glamis on: November 12, 2014 02:49:43 PM
So I made this painstaking tissue box cover for my friend Trees and our annual Halloween swap.
I Hello Kittified classic Horror film charcters. Two things she loves.
It is made from mini pearler/fuse beads and my own designs.
Unfortunately the edge are a bit awry.

Pinhead (Hellraiser)



Chucky



Jason (Friday the 13th)



Freddy (A Nightmare on Elm Street)



the top, the Necronomicon and a chainsaw (The Evil Dead)



The whole thing together




What do you think?



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10  Re: Mini 13 Days of Halloween Round 6 in The Swap Gallery by Glamis on: October 07, 2014 11:45:11 AM
On no! My box has been occupied by a possessed creature!



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