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1  Re: Sweatshirt from scratch! NOW WITH WORKING PICTURES in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by klemmydia on: August 11, 2006 11:52:07 PM
that's a way cute sweatshirt. :]
i really like the yellow.


oh--you're image codes are wrong, they should just be . the don't appear in the thread, but when you go to reply they're there. also, when you click the link it says it's been moved/deleted.

just a heads up. n_n
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2  duct tape and polka dots. in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by klemmydia on: July 06, 2006 02:51:38 PM



i made this duct tape purse sometime last summer, but i figured i should pop my craftster-project cherry. [i really wanted to post something, but my camera's on the fritz as of now, and i haven't made anything wicked sweet lately.)


the purse is about two inches high and 8.5 inches long, and an inch across the side. it's a rather small purse, so it can't be used for much. the ribbons-strap goes across the shoulder, and i think is about a foot and a half long



oooh, and there's cardboard on the bottom. i'll get better pictures as soon as i can :]

it's being closed by a piece of duct tape, so, if anyone has any ideas for a better closure (i have to replace it nearl yeverytime i use it.) please share <3


sars
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