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11  Infant Car Seat Cover in Completed Projects by jennette on: August 26, 2007 04:49:22 PM
My little sister is going to have a baby girl in November.  Instead of just passing one of my boring car seats on to her, I decided to give my niece something more girlie than what my girls had.

canopy down

canopy down, with removable head rest

canopy up, zebra inside

The canopy is removable also.  I had to cut the old one off.  Bleh.
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12  Archie Bathroom Set (5 imgs) in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by jennette on: May 25, 2007 02:08:49 PM
I'm sure it has probably been done before, but not by me.  I've painted a toilet seat and done lots of decoupage, but this was the first time I decoupaged a toilet seat.  And matching bathroom accessories. 

top of lid

underside of lid

top of seat

underside of seat (betty v veronica)

the counter top accessories

thanks for checking 'em out
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13  Shell zippered bag in Crochet: Completed Projects by jennette on: May 09, 2007 01:47:30 PM
I was tempted to post this in the sewing forum because it was my first zipper, and I am happy that it worked out okay.  I was nervous that I was going to ruin the whole thing.  The bag and the zipper have been sitting in the bottom of my sewing kit waiting for me to get the courage up to finish this for two months.  My husband's grandmother is turning 90 this weekend, so I finally had a reason to get it out.  The bag is just row after row of shells.  Repeating cluster patterns are the most relaxing for me, counting to five over and over is a little hypnotic.

Thanks for looking.
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14  Ruffled Bottoms in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by jennette on: April 26, 2007 09:47:00 AM
These were so simple, I did them both during ONE nap time.  I was inspired by the pantyhose with ruffles on the bottom, but since my girls won't wear hose (not that I blame them)....   These look really cute under a little dress in place of the bloomers.

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