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11  Re: Knitty's Pioneer Top in Knitalongs by puppybreath on: September 21, 2009 07:05:56 AM
I finished this top last night. After having set it aside for a month, it only took me 2 hours to finish it. I'll post pics later today. If anyone else made one, I'd love to see it. I may start another one, if I can find some affordable yarn.


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12  Vinyl Cuckoo Clock- pics work! in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by puppybreath on: September 17, 2009 03:02:33 PM


I made this over the last 2 days. The blue is vinyl I cut and applied to the wall. The clock was upcycled (is that the correct usage of that word?) from a free clock I got for getting a magazine subscription. It was mounted in a wooden pedestal. The front and back looked fine but there were no sides. I cut up a soda can and spray painted it gold, and pinched it between the back and front. It hangs from nails put through the vinyl.



It hangs in my hallway facing the front door.
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13  Re: Clapotis from Knitty in Knitalongs by puppybreath on: August 11, 2009 07:23:02 PM
I finished my Clapotis tonight. I put a pom pom on each corner. It's about 4 1/2 feet long. I really liked this pattern. I might make my mom one for xmas.


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14  Re: Altoid Tin Round 12 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by puppybreath on: July 28, 2009 05:27:38 PM
PinkPug,Inc sent me a book themed tin. Check it out!



What did I get? A miniature clipboard! Whoa, whoda thunk it, with pencil. Those triangles are corner bookmarks. Then theres book plates, and page marking stickies.



And a mini book



Thanks very much. BTW, my favorite part is the clipboard and pencil  Grin
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15  Re: Disposable Camera swap! in The Swap Gallery by puppybreath on: June 21, 2009 09:02:31 AM
I recieved from mljohnston on Friday. Here's the lovely frame that came with my package.


This is her very handsome Mylo. He looks very soft. I want to scrunch my fingers in his fur. (In a nice way mljohnston!)


I like this one.


Is this alcatraz? I think it is.


This guy has me so curious. Who is he and what is he doing in that lovely tutu?


Thank you for the package. I enjoyed this swap.
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16  Knitty's Pioneer Top in Knitalongs by puppybreath on: May 10, 2009 04:47:59 PM
Anyone else out there working on Knitty's Pioneer? http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEspring09/PATTpioneer.php





Someone else knit it with me!! It's fun to knit, pretty straightforward, but not boring. If I have enough yarn, I'm going to give it 3/4 length sleeves.

C'MON!!  Grin
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17  Re: kangaroo mosaic table top in Glass Crafts: Completed Projects by puppybreath on: April 30, 2009 06:45:38 PM
This is my favorite t shirt.  Cool I sketched the kangaroos from here and the country's outline from a webpage. I drew it all out on paper, then cut the pieces out and traced them onto the table top.

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18  kangaroo mosaic table top in Glass Crafts: Completed Projects by puppybreath on: April 29, 2009 06:45:38 PM


This table was a long time comin. It began it's life as a glued on, lighter burned, scraped up coffee table at my friend's college apartment.



I had my grandpa put an edge on the top so the resin would stay in when poured. Then I glued down one kangaroo and it sat in my living room for a year.

I made a covered top for it so it wouldn't look too goofy while in progress. But it was equally goofy itself:



So we tossed that, and then, in under a week it went from that to this:





I put aussie coins on a few of the major cities.



The glass was glued down, then grouted, then resined. easy as pie. It's very heavy before, now with glass, grout, and resin, it's a solid ton.

If I were to do it over again, I would use uniformly sized pieces. It saved time obviously to use the bigger pieces, but seeing it as a whole completed, I know I would do it differently. C'est la vie.

I'd love to hear what you think.
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19  vinyl graphics on laptop in Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Completed Projects by puppybreath on: April 03, 2009 07:30:25 AM
This laptop belongs to a friend of mine. It's the new Acer Aspire with the 8" screen. It's just a baby. He helped decide on the layout and I think it turned out lookin pretty good. It only took us about an hour to decide what to do and then do it.



If you want to see some of my other graphics stuff, ck the link in my signature.
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20  Seashell Wreath in Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects by puppybreath on: March 22, 2009 06:47:13 AM
My grandma had grapevines she was pruning back 2 weeks ago, and she helped me make the wreath itself. It's difficult to manhandle all those vines into a round shape.



The beads were strung on a wire so I wrapped them around, then glued on shells and then the ribbon. done.

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