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1  Re: No-Sew halter top anyone?! in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by mj_elizabeth on: August 24, 2004 08:30:41 PM
Thanks very much for the tutorial Cheesy If mine turns out good enough then I'll post a pic Grin
Oh! Born2BMe293  guess what!!!!!!! I finished it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm sooooooooooooo HAPPY no! I'm happier then HAPPY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I WILL so post it!!!!!!!!!! But, I don't know how to post pics Huh Huh Would you please help me Huh Huh


To post pics first you need to have a webaddress with the picture. to get this you can join a photo hosting site like www.photobucket.com or www.ripway.com (or there's lots of others).Once you join you can upload your pictures and they give your photo a URL. you copy the URL and paste it in between the tags.

 example:

- and insert it between the image tags -  -
Voila! I hope that was not too confusing Cheesy If you have any questions just ask and I or someone else can hopefully explain.
Also if I made any mistakes no matter how small please correct me Tongue
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2  Re: Amy Lee's Clothes in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by mj_elizabeth on: July 26, 2004 03:15:28 PM

Here's one thing I found
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3  earrings---->two pairs in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by mj_elizabeth on: July 08, 2004 09:59:53 AM
Hey Everyone Cheesy Here are a pair of earrings I made the other day. Just thought I'd post them to see what you think. They're made of clear fishing line, white sequins, earring hook thingys, and these beads I bought at walmart called E beads. The E beads are just clear seed beeds with paint on the inside.

Thats them so I hope you like them Cheesy
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Hey everyone  Cheesy I got some headpins and re-did the earrings so here they are



Also I made another pair with green and pink beads

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4  Re: Making a shirt--cool phrases needed. in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by mj_elizabeth on: June 22, 2004 05:43:02 PM
I found images of Scrabble tiles on-line and pieced them together in Photoshop to make my phrase. Here it is!



Now to figure out where I put that transfer paper...

I love the scrabble tiles!! Do you mind if I use scrabble tiles on my shirt?
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5  Re: Barbie shoes - please help! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions by mj_elizabeth on: June 16, 2004 08:12:14 AM
Well I made some earings using her arms but that doesn't really sound like what you're looking for. I haven't made any shoe earings but I like the idea of more than one shoe so I think I'll try that. I 'll post pics if I can Smiley

Btw here are my barbie arm earings Cheesy :
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6  Book Purse Cover Dilema in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions by mj_elizabeth on: June 13, 2004 05:47:47 PM
Okay I Was Thinking Of Making One Of Those Book Purses And I Found One With A Really Cool Cover But I Dont Want To Ruin The Book Because Its This Old Barbie Story Book From Like The Seventies. So Does Anyone Have Any Ideas? I Might Post The Picture If I Can Get Around To It.

Here's the pics:
front

back


I also found this book and I was wondering if anyone thought it would look nice as a purse:
front

back(little fairy sitting on a flower)

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7  Re: Barbie Shoes bracelet in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by mj_elizabeth on: June 13, 2004 05:36:05 PM
I decided to make my own arm earings after seeing the pair here only I added blood and built mine differently using wire, pliers, candle, and stud earings.

If Anyone wants I can post a tutorial, although they're really easy once you understand how I made them Cheesy
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8  Colors.Really Need Help!Tell Me What You Think!! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions by mj_elizabeth on: June 12, 2004 02:29:07 PM
Hey Everyone! Okay I'm going to make a messenger bag but I don't know if the fabrics I was thinking of using match Undecided. So I was wondering what you think of them.(The pictures stink but it's kinda hard to take pictures of fabric Cry

There's the grey color I'm thinking of using for the main part of the bag.
And there's the pink color I'm thinking of using it for maybe the sides or the flap or both. Oh Yeah I also got this lacey ribbony stuff that's the same shade of pink which I could use as a trim or something. So Tell me if you think that the fabric matches or if you have any ideas for the bag or anything else I guess Grin Just figured I should add that the pattern on the fabrics is quite smaller it's just the way I took the picture that made the patterns huge.
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