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1  recon jean clutch! in CHALLENGE 7 ENTRIES by LorettaYoungSkills on: November 06, 2005 08:14:35 AM








I got the idea out of a Seventeen magazine like 5 years ago, tucked it away somewhere and recently found it so Ill share it all with you. I made tiny modifications as i went (since there were no instructions) so yours might turn out a little different.
I just kinda looked at the picture and tried to re-create it

Hope you all enjoy!!
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2  Safety Pin Bracelets in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by LorettaYoungSkills on: April 06, 2005 02:27:28 PM
Ebay user ID: Sundilay
ta-da!
The concept is pretty simple- put e beads on safety pins, close pin. Thread onto stretch elastic alternating safety pins from right side up (say the pin closure on the top) to upside down (closure on bottom). After youve deceided its the right length (make sure to tighten the stretch elastic otherwise it will be too saggy on your wrist) tie the sides off. Then I go down each side with a pair of needle nose pliars and pinch every closure together so the elastic doesnt slip out from the end and well, the other end is a loop so you dont have to worry about that. I like to secure the knots in the elastic with a bit of clear nail polish. I'm sure theres a craft item out there with a specific name but the nail polish has never failed me, so I've got to stick with it! Slip it on your wrist and admire, LOL! Have fun!!











I really like making these cause they literally take so little effort, i make them while watching tv. Then i made so many i had to sell them on ebay just to get rid of some, LOL Ill be prepared for the next craft fair at least!
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3  designs IN your lip balm in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by LorettaYoungSkills on: March 09, 2005 10:49:47 AM
ive seen many an add for martha stewart do-it-yourself lip balm kits in her mags but i have one nagging question.. how the HECK does she get those designs IN the lip balm? some of them are striped (red and white for ex.) some have star inlays in different colors in them.. anyone have any ideas of how i would go about doing this?? would be very interested to know. the only thing i can think of is using mini cookie cutters but it would be extreamly hard to work that fast i think.. especially since lip balm solidifies very quickly.
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4  bath bomb molds in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by LorettaYoungSkills on: December 22, 2004 08:17:15 PM
does anyone know where i can get molds for the bath boms that are shaped like balls? ive tried looking in a bunch of places and cant seem to find what im looking for. i found a great site with an awesome mold but unfortunately you have to spend $100 before they ship to Canada... not so fun. so if anyone could help me, id really appreciate it! thanks!



kinda what im going for here..
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5  reconstructed jean clutch in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by LorettaYoungSkills on: November 14, 2004 07:27:19 PM








I got the idea out of a Seventeen magazine like 5 years ago, tucked it away somewhere and recently found it so Ill share it all with you. I made tiny modifications as i went (since there were no instructions) so yours might turn out a little different.
I just kinda looked at the picture and tried to re-create it

Im selling it on ebay, my user ID is Sundilay
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