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1  Re: My First Post: Completed Wrist Pincushions in Completed Projects by dreamfyre on: June 28, 2009 11:15:57 PM
Ok, so I had some time to kill tonight so I got to the tutorial a little earlier than I thought.  Don't laugh at the poorly drawn dotted lines, it's late lol.

I hope this is understandable enough.
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2  My First Post: Completed Wrist Pincushions in Completed Projects by dreamfyre on: June 28, 2009 03:56:14 PM
I have been lurking around here for years but I haven't ever had the courage to post anything.  Lately, I have been admiring all of the amazing projects that you fine crafters have been posting so I thought that I would finally start showing some things and just jump right in!  

These are some pincushions that I have just completed.  After searching around my local craft stores, I came to the frustrating conclusion that there just aren't any good wrist cushions available.  Most of what I can find here are poorly put together and very uncomfortable to wear.  I really like how these came out so I just kept on making them. =)  

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3  Re: Cosplay: Lolita-style Chell from PORTAL (w/hair falls!) IMG HEAVY in Costumes: Completed Projects by dreamfyre on: June 01, 2008 09:17:46 PM
I haven't played the game, but I live and hang out with alot of people who do.  When my husband opened up his gaming store and our new friends caught wind of my craftiness, I got commissioned to make a Companion Cube.  Now, I hadn't a clue what it was until I started researching it, but just for the fun of it I thought I would throw in a picture for you!  I love your costume by the way=)  You did a fantastic job.



This sucker was big too, wound up being some 9 or 10 inches wide and tall
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4  Re: Post Photos of Your Tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by dreamfyre on: June 01, 2008 09:14:37 PM


Sorry about the shirt straps in the way but most of it can be seen through them=)  I hope mine fits in well with the rest of the thread.  I love all of the work I have seen you guys post!  I cannot wait to get mine added to again.  I have plans for some victorianesque clock faces to go in probably on my shoulders.

The symbol on the left is a norse symbol that represents how a problem is always linked to it's solution, and those two can never be broken apart.  The filigree was hand drawn by the artist.  And of course the poor washed out fairy is a on the right side is a much older tattoo that wasn't done very well but I still love her.  She just needs some new color=)
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