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21  I *heart* pic bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by jmesdiylounge on: June 09, 2005 08:38:55 PM
I saw a bag like this some where I am not sure where...

But I decided to make my own



I made the Appliqus with felt and reproduction calico prints.

The pocket is clear to insert a picture of your love!

It was my first time using wooden handles but it turned out cute, if you over look the fact that it is really deep. I know my best friend will love it though.

Jaime
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22  Re: Whrere to buy Livestrong style bracelets for DIY or crafting in Crafty Charitable/Social Causes by jmesdiylounge on: June 09, 2005 07:46:46 PM
Okay So I just made one



Here is how I did it.



1. Find a bracelet. I got mine from here for free.

http://www.pattillmanfoundation.net/get-involved/wristbands.php

2. Fit it around something, I used an Altoids Sours tin (It has a nice flat surface, and the bracelet fit perfectly.
3. use a Sharpie to write your saying. (DIY or DIE...What ever you want!)
4. I added scissors and knitting needles cause they are cute, but deadly! (Hee Hee)

Then You are done!
~Jaime
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23  Re:old shoes turned pretty in Shoes: Completed Projects by jmesdiylounge on: February 20, 2004 12:38:53 AM
Hey crafty people

So here was my last Crafty idea that took over in the shoe isle at Walmart.

I saw those canvas shoes for $3.00 that remind me of old ladies with the elastic across the bridge. Check these here http://www.stockshoes.com.tw/leisure/ladies/CS582-2011.jpg

And I said (to myself of course!) "Hey I bet you can remove that elastic part!"

and upon closer inspection the elastic was just sewn in, so with my handy seam ripper they became Ballet/sneaker shoes.


Close-up where i ripped the seam


On the Blue ones I sewed a poka-dot ribbon tie


I haven't decided what to do with the pink ones yet!!!. I am going to get more of the shoes because they are cheep and really cute done up!!!!

Have Fun, Jaime
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24  My Last Second Valentine Clutch in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by jmesdiylounge on: February 19, 2004 12:36:09 AM
So here is what I was making instead of drying my hair, so I left too late to go for the Girls only Dinner (But I didn't miss the girls partying at the bar, dancing until our feet were crying!!)

It is a clutch with a zipper and Ball chain handle based on the square bottomed purse tutorial everyone is so hip on!

(I had to undo it twice to fix the zipper! I am always putting them in upside down!!)



I cut out little hearts from random samples of fabric that some random uniform company sent me. then I zig-zag stitched them to the denim and houndstooth base.

Then I assembled the rest.

Jaime
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25  Re:Book Bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by jmesdiylounge on: February 18, 2004 10:18:38 PM
Oh Smart girl in the house.

I made a book bag out but I hate it! I will post the pic!

I haven't used it yet. I Reeks of E6000 and it has glue marks and it holds nothing (My Cell phone keeps falling out!)

Jaime

Edited to add Yucky pics
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I Used Fran Drescher's book Enter Whining


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WOw in the pics it seems big and the sides aren't too puffy but in reality the books spine is barely an inch wide.

So my Tip would be Look for a book that is wide enough to hold your stuff and is cool looking!
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26  Re:curbside find - dresser in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by jmesdiylounge on: January 30, 2004 10:38:43 AM
I love curbside finds. I love to imagine what they might become.

Here is a cool chair I found for free, and worked my crafty magic on. With my kitty who was also free, but not a roadside find.


Jaime Grin
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27  Re:composition books.... in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by jmesdiylounge on: January 29, 2004 01:17:20 PM
I made some cool recovered comp books. lets see if my web host will let you all see the pics!! (Highly doubtful since it has been a pain lately!)

its amazing what some white glue and modpodge can do!


Jaime
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28  Re:A small Decopaged Frame in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by jmesdiylounge on: January 25, 2004 08:21:14 PM
Here is another small frame i decorated with nail polish and broken earrings and a random marble from my jewelry box!!!

oh thats my little sister

Jaime
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29  A small Decopaged Frame in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by jmesdiylounge on: January 25, 2004 08:17:19 PM
I made this small frame

What you need:

A small frame (mine is wood and has magnets on the back)
A magazine picture(s)
Clear Nail polish
A marker
Tacky Glue
Scissors or cutting knife
Acrylic paint
Foam brush
Old Credit card (to even out glue)

Optional: glitter nail polishes

How to do it:

1. Prepare surface of frame for paint (Cleaning and/or sanding it)
2. Paint frame with acrylic paint, let it dry
3. Trace frame on to wrong side of image
4. Cut out image
5. Apply coat of glue even out layer of glue with an old credit card
6. Adhere image to frame use card to remove bubbles and wrinkles (if your like me, you can leave those on!!) and let dry until glue turns clear
7. Coat with clear nail polish (Open the windows!!!!) let it dry
8. Add glitter nail polish to highlight image
9. Coat with clear nail polish again!
10 and your all done.!!!

Here is a frame with just acrylic paint and I glued some plastic trinkets on it!


Have fun, Jaime

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30  Loiteria Card Collage in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by jmesdiylounge on: January 03, 2004 02:20:10 AM
I am spelling challenged, but I am loving Loiteria Cards. I found mine in Downtown Los Angeles for $2.50

Here is what I am making with them little collages then I am putting them in picture frames from Ikea i got mine on sale 3 for $2.00 I think.

here is a stinky pic


any other Ideas?Huh

Jaime
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