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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Vote for Pedro on: January 18, 2005 06:21:10 PM

Ok guys. I'm sorry if this doesn't work. It's the first time I've ever tried posting pics.

Well. Napolean Dynamite is the funniest movie I have ever seen. That's just my opinion. Well I was told they have T-Shirts at Hot Topic for like $20 that say "Vote for Pedro". Well. I figured, a pack of 3 shirts costs six bucks at my local Dollar General. and that's way better than twenty. So I found my mom's tracing letters and traced away. I just used some kind of paint that was lying around the house. and I think it came out pretty good. I got a lot of positive feedback from people at my school. Again. I hope it works! Undecided
2  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions / Pearl ribbon bracelet on: January 08, 2005 01:28:03 PM
Ok. I know we've all seen those cute little pearl bracelets with the ribbon. Ok. maybe it was just me. Anywho. I decided it would be cheaper to make my own. I got a pack of like 200 white pearl beads at Hobbie Lobby for like 5 bucks. The ribbon was like. 60 cents a yard. Or you could buy it on a roll. I don't remember how much it was. Anyways. remember to buy thin ribbon or it will be harder to strand the beads. If you do use ribbon that's wider, use tape to narrow down the ends. For the narrow ribbon, it's easier to use a sewing needle, the larger kind with the large "eye" I guess you call them. Strand the ribbon through the eye and then strand on the beads. It will be easier to strand since the beads have small holes if you use plyers to hold the need while you pull the beads...Once you get as many beads on as you want, tie a small knot at each end of the beads so the beads won't move around and fall off when you're not wearing it. Then, you're done. I'm really sorry if these instructions are confusing. Just say so and I'll do my best to re-explain.
3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Tube Top on: July 07, 2004 09:01:09 PM
Okay...I need help here...I recently cut off a skirt to make it shorter and with the extra i wanna make a tube top...With the denim part im going to make that the top to go over my chest...and then I want to find some cute fabric to make the rest to wear with the skirt...does anyone have some advice...and do you think this is a good idea?
4  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions / Help with purse please!! on: June 03, 2004 11:23:16 AM
I just finished making a blue jean purse...I know not very original but I thought it was cute and I was also bored...I made a cute little pocket and everything...I just don't know what to make the handle out of...I want something different not just a scrap of the blue jeans...I need help I've been racking my brain I just can't think of anything that will be cute...Please help!! Grin
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