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1  TuTu <3 in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by TinyTerror on: March 04, 2010 05:32:03 PM
My daughter recently turned 1 and i decided it was time for her to have a pretty tutu. So, after a trip to walmart and seeing all the cute tutu's and how expensive they were i decided i would make my own.
didnt get in progress pics . it was kind of a spur of the moment "i have all the stuff to make it!" kind of things.
used: ribbon, different fabrics, button, elastic, & sewing machine.




don't mind the stray threads that i need to cut.
 Cheesy

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2  Re: Labyrinth Swap Round Three Gallery in The Swap Gallery by TinyTerror on: February 18, 2010 07:59:36 AM
i forgot something!  I put these magnets on my fridge and completely forgot to take a picture of them.  thankfully my partner reminded me of them.
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3  Re: Labyrinth Swap Round Three Gallery in The Swap Gallery by TinyTerror on: February 17, 2010 08:06:06 AM
I just now got around to looking at the gallery because of birthdays and the birth of my friends baby [10 hrs. at the hospital!] . everything looks awesome. and thank you for the comments on my things.
and here are my items from MunLtStmpr!
paper jareth and firey [which my boyfriend loved and had to show off to our neighbor who likes the labyrinth]
A ball for my daughter [who thought it was the greatest thing ever!]
and a box of paper stars it says "I move the stars for no one"

I loved this! my boyfriend and i are going to use it as a photo album/scrapbook of our move into our own place.
on the front it says " Through the Labyrinth of Life we venture, befriend, and dare to dream. "I need you. I don't know why, but every now and then in my life, for no reason at all, I need you."



 
Beautiful earrings and bracelet.

Blurry picture including mini clipboard and box of paper stars and all the tags with great quotes on them.




Thankyou so much. i loved everything.  Grin

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4  robot in distress! in Completed Projects by TinyTerror on: December 01, 2009 05:00:59 PM
I've been on a "making things out of electronics parts" kick lately. Today I made this cute little guy. He is made of parts from an old broken VCR, an old photo keychain {just the shell, i took out everything that was inside} , a ring and a little piece of paper, oh and a piece of cord from a cell phone ear piece that i never used.
I put it all together with a glue gun.. so I'm not sure how well it will hold everything..
closeup of face:   [the button on his chest is also pressable!]

the legs. which are uneven but i got lazy and impatient:

hand:

action shot!:



 i think i may hang him up on my rearview mirror ...hm..
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5  Rabbit for the Hippie in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by TinyTerror on: November 13, 2009 03:41:41 PM
After making a stuffed rabbit for my daughter my cousin decided she wanted one. She's kindof a hippie so I used some tye dye fabric i had. I think it turned out pretty good.



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6  Rabbit for my baby. in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by TinyTerror on: November 10, 2009 11:38:19 AM
So I was thinking the other day that I havn't given my daughter anything from myself really, except for life of course, but i wanted her to have something that I made her to keep as a keepsake and maybe give to her future children. So I decided to make her a rabbit. [because i play a Velveteen Rabbit audio tape for her sometimes, and I loved that story as a kid]
It's not the best, and my first real attempt at any kind of stuffed animal/doll.
I made it out of fabric, buttons, some stuffing stuff from an old comforter, and a bag of mixed beans  ( for the legs to help it sit up)

Here is just the head when i started. [sorry for bad pics. using camera phone because we lost our camera on halloween  Sad  ]

The button that I used for the "tail"

Sitting

The buttons i used for eyes have flowers and leaves. And the fabric, though you probably can't tell, is like a floral/leaves pattern

I also sewed a button like the eyes onto the inside of one of the ears in case it loses an eye.


I'm proud of it, even though it has tiny arms.   Cheesy
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7  My record purse. <3 in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by TinyTerror on: December 19, 2008 08:01:16 PM
I bought a bunch of vinyl records from a thrift store to make record bowls for christmas presents.
I had a few left over and I decided I wanted to make a purse because i've seen them around the site and i've always wanted to make one. as a christmas present for my
best friend of course.
I tried to take pictures of the process. I forgot to get one of it in the oven though.
 I was going to try the mod record purse tutorial i've seen but I didn't have a way of cutting the records, so I decided i'd just figure out something as I went along . It took a few tries of putting it back in the oven and reshaping it to get it to the shape i wanted.

after i got it the shape i wanted and had just started sewing on one of the side pieces.
made the holes for sewing by heating a needle , very time consuming, but easy.

almost finished.

my kitties admiring the purse. and you can sortof see how i sewed a button to cover the hole in the bottom

sewed on the straps and i'm done! yes those are chess pieces, put a hole in the top
of them by again heating a needle.

and being that my friend loves pandas because her name is amamda i made her
a little panda to match the purse. [clay, acrylic paint, and sealer.. and buttons]
Hope you like it Smiley
now i'm going to make one for myself.
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8  Cliche!<3 in Stenciling: Completed Projects by TinyTerror on: January 21, 2007 03:47:32 PM
I'm sure everyone's seen this stencil before.
but i saw it and felt i had to put it on something.
The H is a little messed up because part of it accidently got cut off and i forgot to put it back where it needed to go before i started putting the paint over the stencil. and i cut it out a bit differently. I also added the top part, this started out as a plain white shirt and i cut off the top and sewed on part of a red shirt that i never wear.
me wearing it:

the flat image:
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9  Tiny Terror Shirt. <3 in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by TinyTerror on: December 30, 2006 06:28:42 PM
It started out as a plain white, little boy's Large T-shirt.
I had some fabric paint so i thought hmmm .
and i stenciled my nickname [Tiny Terror] on the front,
and then resized it to fit me.

then i thought. this still just doesn't look right to me.
so i then cut off the top of it and took material i had left over from
a blanket my cousin made me [and gave me the rest of the material]
and this is what came of it.

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10  Tiny Terror Shirt. <3 in Stenciling: Completed Projects by TinyTerror on: December 30, 2006 06:24:27 PM
so.
i bought a pack of little boys Large plain white shirts at walmart.
and a bunch of fabric paint. i used to stencil all the time and then stopped for a while because i got busy with school and everything.
to make the blue like that i put some blue fabric paint in a little squirt bottle with a little bit of water and then just sprayed it on the shirt and added some stars around it. then with a letter stencil i got from walmart i put my nickname [Tiny Terror]

then. i cut off the top and and took material i had left over from
a blanket my cousin made me [and gave me the rest of the material]
and this is what came of it.

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