Yeah you could collect those free fake credit card things they send you in the mail or old gift cards. In another thread on craftster, someone was talking about how they went to starbucks and asked for gift cards and the person handed her a huge stack of them
I have this cardigan that i absolutely LOVE. It has an open lacy back and upon further inspection it looks crocheted. This gave me a bunch of ideas. I was thinking I could find shirts or something from a thrift store, cut the back, and somehow crochet onto it. Problem is, I couldn't find any patterns for it online. Crochet adorned kind of has what I'm looking for. Am I searching for the wrong thing? Can any of you point me in the right direction?
I agree with sekarkumar5. In my dorm we have curtains instead of doors for our closets and its WONDERFUL. You can access both sides of your closets at once without having to slide the doors back and forth. It's so convenient.
One time while my sister was stapling something, she stapled my finger, but that isn't craft related. Another time when i was younger i was cutting and i wasn't paying attention to where my finger was. I accidentally cut off the tip of my finger. It bled like crazy and i held a Kleenex over it. Later that night, I tried to take off the Kleenex, but a part of the Kleenex was stuck and i couldn't get it out I sewed my finger to my girl scout vest when i was sewing ...that's about it, unless you count super gluing your fingers together, getting hot glue on yourself, and dropping things on your toes
at this mexican restrauant that is close to where I live, they made this cool chandelier out of beer bottles. The bottles were upside down, and there was wire wrapped around the neck of the bottle and the top.