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1  Re: 50 States Block Swap Round 2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by crimson_aurora on: July 29, 2009 07:15:55 PM
Here are my fabrics for 5 of my six states.  Even though I live in NY I had to order my NY fabrics online!

The states are as follows: Massachusetts, Virginia, Vermont, Connecticut, North Carolina:




Here is my Vermont block laid out.  I just wanted to see what it would look like!
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2  Large Scale Scrapping in Scrapbooking: Completed Projects by crimson_aurora on: June 15, 2007 07:16:57 PM
My brother is developmentally delayed and lives in a group home.  He can be very violent and has thrown photos in frames when he gets upset and then he doesn't have any pictures of family to look at when he is feeling better.

Sooooo.... I made him a large scale sort of a "this is your life" photo board.  He's really liked it.



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3  Paper Coat of Arms in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by crimson_aurora on: June 15, 2007 07:05:00 PM
One of my very good friends is due to have a little boy any day now. Both she and her husband are very proud of their Irish heritage and I thought that they would appreciate a coat of arms to honor their family and as a nifty way to introduce Thomas to the family.

I used an overhead projector to first trace the image from one I found online.  I then used the tracing paper to cut out cardstock and other scrapbooking papers for the parts of the arms.  I used brads for the bolts of the armor and pens and stamp pad ink for embellishments.  I also used foam squares and curled the paper to give the whole thing dimension.  

The project was finished off by using a simple black frame.

Let me know what you think!

(Hurley Arms)

(Close up)

(farther away)
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4  Blue, Green, and Froggy! in Quilting: Completed Projects by crimson_aurora on: June 15, 2007 06:52:30 PM
This is the 2nd quilt I have made.  It is a modified Irish Chain and I made it for my friend who is due to have a little boy any day now!  Although I have a few mess-ups I'm pretty proud of myself!

(The Quilt)

(W/ the froggies)

(a close up)
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5  Simple Throw in Knitting: Completed Projects by crimson_aurora on: June 15, 2007 06:47:49 PM
This was my first non scarf project.  I gave it to my sister-in-law for Christmas.  




I used Paton's Divine Blue.
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