So, so awesome! Love decoupage, and love your sense of humor in using those particular comics. I hate the way my blank toilet seat looks, but I don't want to put one of those old lady, fluffy things on it, so I am thinking I might have to try this one myself next time I'm redecorating.
So, so great! And I love that it is easy for people like me who cringe when they scroll down and see lots of complicated looking pictures where you can't decipher what is going on at all. P.S. I used to live in Boston....ah, Newbury St. on a warm Summer's day, crowded, but makes for a lovely place to go for a stroll
Sorry..I shouldn't even be posting here. I live in NYC, but I am from Charlotte, and I just went to the North Carolina board out of curiostiy. Sort of like when I check out other cities on Craigslist out of curiosity. Anywho, I wish I was there to join y'all, start a new group or something, could be fun...
Best of luck, I hope y'all are able to put something together!
Hi there. I was hoping you would be so kind as to answer a few questions for me about where you get your craft supplies and such. I am planning a new space in Brooklyn just for you, so of course I'd like to cater it to your needs as much as possible. Thanks so much. If you feel so inclined to contact me directly through any of the websites below, please feel free.
1. What types of crafts fo you enjoy? 2. Where do you usually find the materials for these crafts? 3. What materials do you have the most difficulty finding? 4. Are you a member of any craft groups - if so, where does it usually meet? 5. If you aren't a member of a group, would you like to join one in the future? 6. Have you taken any crafting classes in the city, if so, where? 7. What borough do you live in? Would you travel out of borough to buy materials, or participate in a class or crafting group? 8. Do you have children? Is crafting something you do together? 9. Do you find it difficult to do the projects you'd like to because your apartment is too small?
They look really great. I used to be a competitive swimmer, and I have so many old t-shirts from meets and stuff that I can't bear to get rid of, but just sit in boxes - I have had it on mind to do something like this with them. And yeah, years ago even, I remember seeing companies that advertised they'd do it for you...
What I really love about it is how it really demonstrates all the possibilities of reinvention. For someone without kids, I am looking at it and thinking of all the possible ways my drab furntiture could become cuter. I almost want a play kitchen for myself now!
This is such a rediculously silly and simple project that I did as a Valentine's Gift, but it makes me laugh, so I thought I'd share. I mean really, not much going on here - yellow t-shirt, green fabric, some fusing, some stitching - that's all. I wanted to use a hoodie, but couldn't find a hoodie in the right shade of yellow, so t-shirt it was. I'm not allowed to post images yet, so here is a linky link: