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 on: Today at 04:31:21 PM 
Started by Smmarrt - Last post by emilywilde
It took a little longer than I thought, but almost done. Just finishing touches, and sending Tuesday after work  Smiley

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 on: Today at 04:14:51 PM 
Started by pottermouth - Last post by TheMistressT
A-a-a-a-mazing! Great way to kick off the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!

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 on: Today at 04:08:58 PM 
Started by The Moose - Last post by JS
Sounds yummy, especially with the apples.
Stuffed squash has always been a favorite of mine.  My mother would bake the squash (microwave is faster), add a scoop of dressing, then smother it with her homemade sausage gravy.  Mmm-Mmm-mm!!

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 on: Today at 03:45:23 PM 
Started by playswithneedles - Last post by JoyfulClover
several of us have mentioned the work of Jude Hill of Spirit Cloth. Did y'all know that she is working towards offering her previous-for-pay-online classes for FREE?! Some are already free/for a donation, http://spiritcloth.typepad.com/spirit_cloth/links-for-student-access.html


I've been reading (and listening) to these posts by Jude Hill all day. She's really amazing. I would love to have a little craft-in with her.

Thanks so much for the link! I'm really excited to use some of her techniques to my work.

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 on: Today at 03:43:45 PM 
Started by Mistress Jennie - Last post by IsikkahJai
I have a very ambitious possible SPEW project due for December. I volunteer at an animal shelter (the biggest NO-KILL shelter in California, VCAS) and I've taken it upon myself to "beautify" the kennels to make them more friendly and less like jail cells. So I'm going to donate my time and my yarn stash to make little Stockings for the dogs and cats and fill them with some home made treats Cheesy May need some help on that lol but I've got three months!!

...this is a great opportunity to learn knitting as well when I get tired of crochet  Grin

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 on: Today at 03:42:43 PM 
Started by pottermouth - Last post by pottermouth
It is nearly October and I've only finished one Hallowe'en craft. How dreadful! I used three tomb shaped chipboard pieces and bound them together with a folded strip of heavyweight cardstock to make a spooky book! The cover has a crazy bat, chipboard columns, and an opening door.





I frankensteined this mischievous monster then gave him a myriad of skulls to play with. I sanded the devil out of this page and along the edges of all the pages.



All of the pages were covered with a variety paints, ink, tissue paper, chipboard pieces, oil pastel, stamps, charms, collage images, and shimmery stamp spray.













Time to move on to a second spirited project!

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 on: Today at 03:31:22 PM 
Started by alteredmommy - Last post by kayrun
added a cotton market bag to my shop, only 1 point   Grin

http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=450138.msg5409541#msg5409541

also, thinking of trying to make this panda puppet --
would this be of any interest to those of you w/kids?
http://images.coplusk.net/project_images/41666/image/full_Screen_shot_2010-01-14_at_12.30.24_1263472260.jpg

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 on: Today at 02:46:06 PM 
Started by cmarion3 - Last post by cmarion3
Thank you! They are so fun and quick. And yes I use red heart all the time. It's inexpensive and works well for the frisbees. PRetty tough too. I just got asked to make some for our church craft fair for a booth that is cat and dog themed. Little dogs love these frisbees...they don't hurt them and are light and easy to grab.

I am so glad you love them and make them for fun!

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 on: Today at 02:43:32 PM 
Started by irid3sc3nt - Last post by cmarion3
After only thinking about inchie houses and finishing up some other bits and pieces of crafts in progress. I got started today on the houses. I'm stalled now at "let the #%$# glue dry" stage. Ah, dinner sounds like a good idea.

I found a wonderful surface for the walls of some of the houses...sand paper, very fine, it makes a great surface.

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 on: Today at 02:35:54 PM 
Started by Wildfyre - Last post by Haylie
Anana went with my book club to the Michigan Renaissance Festival today! (Fun fact: we were having so much fun, we forgot to discuss the book! Oops!) I brought my hubby & baby along as well!



He checked out the weapons, but I said we shouldn't buy any - too hard to ship home!



We also watched a glassblowing demonstration!



Edited to add: sorry for the technical difficulties! I'll try again on the computer later

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