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11  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Beads: Completed Projects / Re: Making Rolled Paper Beads- The Right Tool for the Right Job! (PIC HEAVY) on: June 09, 2009 05:51:27 AM
That is great. I saw these for sale that looked something like this for ten dollars on Etsy.  I started to buy one but now I won't have to.  Grin Thanks a lot.
 I do these all the time and usually use a nail to roll them on. They don't stick to it for some reason.  Then I put them on toothpicks and dry them on a styrofoam tray. I am defin going to try hanging them to dry. You just dip them in and hang them on the fence? Don't some of them stick together or stick to the fence? I would love for it to be this easy. I hate all the glazing. I usually glaze three times with Mod Podge. This is so much easier.
12  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Re: Fabric Curlers *w/tutorial link **UPDATED pics of outcome p.1 ***AFTER WORK p.5 on: March 17, 2009 08:38:31 PM
This is a wonderful idea for a more bouncy look than the usual rag roller. It makes less tight curls than the way I normally do it with the rags.


I just take a long strip of cloth and roll my hair up on this. No sewing involved. I make mine about a foot long and maybe about two inches wide. No hemming either. Just roll your hair up on the strips and tie a knot. Don't tie it really tight because you won't it to be easy to untie in the morning. I don't wet my hair either, just set it dry. In the morning, I just finger comb it all out. It last most of the day for me and I have fine hair. It does make it curlier than the sewn ones though. The sewn ones give you a lot of body but less curly look. The more curls you set, the curlier the hair.
13  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects / Re: Dog collar....not sure where else to put this on: March 15, 2009 01:53:38 PM
Ah, sweet. I know they are aware of it, when we do something nice for them.  Smiley My cats always seem to appreciate a new play mouse or yarn ball I make for them. That is a cool looking collar. Paris wold be jealous cause she can't buy one like that for her doggie.  Smiley
14  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: Fun Spring Tote for my daughter out of one of her dresses... on: March 15, 2009 01:49:20 PM
 Smiley  Awesome way to recycle. That is a great summer bag.
15  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: blue pleated sun dress on: March 09, 2009 07:03:33 PM
What a pretty dress. It looks absolutley perfect. It hangs beautifully and fits great. I can see that changed up with different little jackets or sweaters so you can wear it nearly year round. Dressed up or down. I would say the perfect little dress.
16  COOKING / Dessert / Re: Brownies... Aren't they supposed to be easy!? Share your wisdom with me. on: March 03, 2009 07:45:58 PM
The thing to make brownies chewy is to not overcook.  20 minutes and turn the oven off. Let them set in the oven for a few mintues to finish cooking.  Most recipes call for 25-30 and that is just to long to get chewy...you will get cake like brownies.
17  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Roasted Brussels Sprouts---No, really! on: March 03, 2009 07:40:32 PM
That looks so good. It would make a very good snack for those of us who are trying to avoid our usual sweets. Thanks.  Smiley
18  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 5 ENTRIES / Re: Mardi Gras Bead Scarf on: February 27, 2009 06:43:14 PM
wow..how did I miss this?  I wish I knew what size needles. You could knit a curtain too. Someone gave me huge bag of these, all colors, shapes and sizes. Grin
19  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: Nautilus Needle Book on: December 25, 2008 09:41:13 PM
I like it very much and seems like it is something that I can do. I am a little under the weather and have to stay in bed a lot, but I could do this in the bed. Thanks. Yours is pretty. Smiley
20  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects / Re: Teeny mice from reclaimed fabrics with TUTORIAL (A LOT of pics!) on: December 25, 2008 09:13:24 PM
I'll bet she doesn't like that collar as pretty as it is. When Pepper was sick, they gave him a collar like that to keep him from pulling his stitches. We had to take it off, because he hated it. The called it an Elizabethen collar. They aren't able to clean thier fur with it on either. Please make it smaller. IT will still be just as pretty but you will have a happier cat. Those mice are great.

Signed: A concerned kitty kat lover Smiley
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