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1  Re: Show off your hair! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by LawdHaveMercy on: May 30, 2005 10:48:08 AM
iloveyou330, Maybe it's not that you're losing any more than usual, but that you notice it more because it's a different color?  

I'm so boring and old compared to you all.  I could never pull off any of your cool hairdos.  Here's my boring hair:

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2  Some of my pages in Scrapbooking: Completed Projects by LawdHaveMercy on: February 06, 2005 10:01:59 AM
I'm a mom, so my subject matter is mostly my daughter at this point.  I'm not your typical Mommy scrapbooker though, lol.  I would love to see what you think!  (Note:  the dividing line in some pages are due to being scanned in sections and "stitched")










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3  Re: Stencil/painting in Stenciling: Completed Projects by LawdHaveMercy on: June 20, 2004 12:57:29 PM
Here is the photo I made the stencil from...



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4  Stencil/painting in Stenciling: Completed Projects by LawdHaveMercy on: June 20, 2004 08:16:46 AM
I made a stencil and used it to make this painting of my daughter.  Tell me what you think!

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5  Scrapbook in Scrapbooking: Completed Projects by LawdHaveMercy on: May 15, 2004 10:24:57 AM
I just made this little scrapbook/photo album...real easy.  I just bought a cheapie spiral-bound scrapbook...I think it was $6 from Michael's.  I took the cover off to work with by bending the ends of the wires so they'd fit through the holes and rotating the spiral around to the front.  I had to bend the spirals themselves up a little so the cover would slip off.  I used the coordinating paper (KI Memories) and glued it on, wrapping the edges around to the inside cover like you would if you were wrapping a present.  I coated it with watered down Tacky Glue.  On the inside cover, I used another rectangle of paper to cover where the raw edges were.  Then I took put a b&w picture I took last summer in the metal frame (Making Memories) and stuck that on the front.  I put the cover back on and fixed the spirals around to where they were originally, and I was done!




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6  Another clock...first post in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by LawdHaveMercy on: May 12, 2004 05:34:45 PM
This was inspired by Missy's calendar girl clock.  I made it to send to my in-laws, who live in London and hardly ever get to see our daughter. 

Sorry for the photo quality...we have a junky camera that came free with something we ordered.



It says "We love you...all the time".  I got the clock from Target for $3.99, and it came apart very easily.  Then I just used the original cardboard that had the numbers printed on it and decopauged.  The pic is of my four year old daughter.  I got ahead of my self and deco'ed over the numbers, so then I had to freaking measure...ugh!  If I had been smart, I would have marked them on the paper beforehand!

Thanks for looking!

Casey

PS:L  Thanks Missy!
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