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31  Re: weekend swap gallery... in The Swap Gallery by photojenn on: September 13, 2007 01:44:34 PM
Yay I received an awesome package from ninjapika today! 

Arm warmers (which I had to take off to take the pic Cheesy)


And the coolest little flowerbot from my wist!  I can't wait to take this little guy to work tomorrow!!


Thank you for the great package and an awesome swap experience ninjapika!
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32  Brown quilted paisley purse in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by photojenn on: September 12, 2007 03:41:32 PM
Yay now that miss_k has received her swap package I can finally post the purse I made with the leftover fabric!  I used the jordy tutorial and modified it slightly to make it bigger and add the quilting to the outside.  This is the first quilted purse I have made and I am really happy with how it turned out  Smiley



Thanks for looking!
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33  Re: Cheer-Up Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by photojenn on: September 10, 2007 03:09:49 PM
Yay I received the most amazing package from miss_k today!  Here are the pictures!!!

First a shot of everything (notice the laptop in the background - I was talking to her as I was opening everything.  there were a lot of "omg this is amazing!!!" messages Cheesy):


Awesome froggie coaster! I can't wait to take this to work!


Pretty fabric flowers and vase! Also going on my desk at work!


Running banana t-shirt hehe



Omg markers in an awesome roll!  I -love- markers!



A photo file, I never would have thought of this one!


Cute notes she sent along with everything


And the big one, her first ever journal!  It turned out amazing!




It's cloudy out today so the lighting sucks and doesn't do the pretty colors justice.  This really was an amazing package, thank you so much miss_k!!!  Grin
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34  Ameile Rasterbation in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by photojenn on: September 06, 2007 07:56:45 AM
This was actually my first project I did after joining Craftster back in January and I just now realized I never posted it  Cheesy

It's fairly large at about 68"x42"



I spent forever cutting the pages and marking on the wall to make sure everything was straight!  I was very happy with how it turned out. 

You can find the rasterbator so you can make your own here: http://homokaasu.org/rasterbator/  Just give it an image and it gives you a pdf (if I recall correctly) that you just print and you are ready to go!

Thanks for looking!  Smiley
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35  Re: Disposable Camera Swap Gallery!! in The Swap Gallery by photojenn on: September 04, 2007 05:11:21 PM
I realized that I live about 300 yards from a one hour photo place and I'm impatient, so here are my photos  Cheesy

First the camera case EowynUlysses made for me:


Here are a few of my favorites:






She sent a cd also with some pictures on it, but it looks like there was a problem when it was burned so I can't see the pics.  I love the film though!   Smiley

You can see all of the pics at:  http://s153.photobucket.com/albums/s218/photojenn_bucket/DispCameraSwap/?action=view&slideshow=true
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36  My Swap Journal in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by photojenn on: September 03, 2007 07:45:40 AM
I used a plain composition notebook to make this.  While I was taking out some of the pieces of paper I broke the binding, so I had to take it apart and re-sew the binding (way easier than I thought it was going to be).  Then I realized that the covers were actually two layers of thin cardboard not one so I stripped off the top layer and recovered the whole thing with cardstock and scrapbook paper.

Here is the outside, the text in the orange piece says "imagine"


Here is a pic of one of the pages


I used a cool typewriter font for all the text, the fields are
- swap name

- organizer
- sign-up date
- sendout date
- partner screenname
- partner real name
- address

- date sent
- dc number
- date partner received

- date partner sent
- dc number
- date i received

- what i sent
- what partner sent

There are also 3 other pages for each swap with fields like
- info i sent
- info partner sent

- ideas to make
- supplies needed
- notes

- misc

I love this and it's been really handy to keep track of everything!  I am even printing off pictures of everything that was sent/received to make sort of a mini scrapbook.  Thanks for looking!    Smiley
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37  UrbanOutfitters Clock Inspired Card in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by photojenn on: September 03, 2007 06:57:12 AM
I was looking through the UrbanOutfitters catalog a few weeks ago and saw a clock with these cute birds on it (I can't find the pic on the website).  I wanted to make something with the birds, so I made this card.  I like how it turned out, but I'm not sure how I feel about the sun.  Comments/suggestions are always welcome  Smiley

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38  First tote attempt in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by photojenn on: August 01, 2007 07:40:59 PM
I made this tote over the weekend.  I modified the jordy design to make it bigger and add the divider.   It didn't turn out too bad but next time I think I will make the straps a couple inches longer and a bit wider.  The bag measures about 13"x9"x4" with 22"x1" straps. 

Outside:


Inside with 12" powerbook to show the size:


Inside again to show the divider better:


I really like the bag but it doesn't hold its shape very well when weight is placed in it.  Any suggestions on how to make hold its shape better?  I used the thickest interfacing I could find, maybe I will try doubling it up next time.  Ideally I would like to make something sturdy enough to carry my laptop in.   Also, any other comments and suggestions are welcome Smiley
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39  Re: Geek Pride Swap Round 3 in The Swap Gallery by photojenn on: July 16, 2007 03:54:25 PM
I received my package from sarush and I LOVE EVERYTHING!  Seriously this was better than Christmas  Grin

Here's a pic of everything:


Tetris magnets:


Notecards and valentines:


Buttons and a mirror:


Pen/pencil holder:


Veggie stickers:


Tank tops:


Super Mario Brothers marble magnets, an xkcd magnet, and a dry erase board:


Super cute tote bag:


I am absolutely in love with everything!  And I have the worst swap anxiety ever now Smiley

You can also see a blue version of the pen/pencil holder, but I'll let her tell you about that Wink

sarush you were an AMAZING swap partner thank you so much! <3
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40  Re: so im the new gal then! in Introduce Yourself by photojenn on: June 13, 2007 03:18:02 PM
Welcome to Craftster!

Don't worry, I'm not a measure twice, cut once person either  Wink

I think this is more like it:

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