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 on: Today at 10:36:13 PM 
Started by audio - Last post by craftylittlemonkey
I've been a bit worried about how to keep my space clean, what do you guys do?

I forgot about this little stamp I made from craft foam & kid building blocks, I wanted to try it out. It works great! I'm going to make more.

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 on: Today at 05:44:03 PM 
Started by Mistress Jennie - Last post by jenleahlynn
class-alchemy
house-gryffindor
project-remake the world

I started this origionally as a red and black canvas with the quote "remake the world"  from the book "i'll give you the sun". it was on my partners list for the undercover fandom swap. I didn't like how it turned out though so i put it aside. Then I saw some examples of blackout poetry on pinterest where they had colored a picture instead of just blacking out the extra text. so I went in that direction layering the bookpage over the center of the canvas and it turned out so much better.

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 on: Today at 02:02:16 PM 
Started by Reel Crafty Girl - Last post by Reel Crafty Girl
I recently visited the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and it was even better than anticipated!  My first layout is about Honeydukes which was just visually amazing!  And I bought A LOT of over priced candy!

I used the box from my Fizzing Whizzbees (so yummy!) as an embellishment



Be prepared to be flooded with HP layouts!

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 on: Today at 01:52:01 PM 
Started by audio - Last post by craftylittlemonkey
Pretty. Did you paint the flower petals?

I made a spatter box to keep my work station clean since I use it for fabric too. The tissue will allow light from a verilux full-spectrum lamp shine through so I can really see what I'm doing. It's big but it fits in an unused corner.
Spatter box for painting in a room I also use for fabric, yikes!


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 on: Today at 01:40:58 PM 
Started by Mistress Jennie - Last post by Moonflame
Lovely projects, everyone! Seeuudee I especially love the beautiful heart, and Patty_o_furniture the cat cookies are amazing!!

Class: Astronomy
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Vegan GF Lemon Bars
Project Description:This is the recipe I used The only changes I made were that I made the crust with 1/2 c Almong Meal and 1/2 Coconut Flour instead of using all Coconut flour. Also, I used bottled juice (good stuff, though Smiley  ) so the colour isn't as vibrant as in the recipe pics, oh AND, I ran out of honey and had to sub in some Maple Syrup. They taste AMAZING, though. I'm definitely making them again. And I'm going to make the crust the same way again and try putting a vegan choco pudding in there. Cheesy
Project pic:



Class: Charms
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Vegan Lo Bak Go
Project Description: I'm a corner cutter, I'll admit it, so when I got distracted on YouTube by this gorgeous-looking recipe I thought that realistically I wouldn't be able to pull it off. I'm just not a patient cook. ESPECIALLY since you have to fridge this for hours, or even overnight, before you fry it. I decided to use some patience, though, and I followed the instructions, and it turned out REALLY WELL!! (Yes, I DID make myself wait until it had chilled overnight.) I'm so tickled! I just never thought I could pull off a recipe like this, and it came out just lovely! Cheesy I'm definitely making it again!
Project pic:


Class: Floo Powder - San Francisco
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Tatami Mats for Cu-poche and Nendoroids
Project Description: I couldn't find a cheap grass mat like I was hoping to in order to make these, so I bought a grey one from IKEA that had the texture I wanted, and then I blended white, a bit of tan and a bit of yellow to get the shade I wanted. I'm pretty happy with how they turned out. I'd have preferred to use washi tape to bind the edges, but I didn't have any black on hand, so I made do with black ribbon and hot glue.
Project pic:


Class: Herbology
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Knitler for Mum's Kitty
Project Description: A lot of people might be confused about why someone would want a Hitler Doll, but this one is for my mum's kitty to torment. When she heard about the one I'd made for my own cats, she requested one, too. Cheesy He's filled with catnip, which will no doubt confuse and befuddle her kitty as well. >^_^<
Project pic:



 6 
 on: Today at 01:35:31 PM 
Started by Acadian Driftwood - Last post by craftylittlemonkey
Acadian, love the tree!

Completed this 1000 piece puzzle with the kids. We did start last night but it was finished in less than 24 hrs so I'm counting it as one day, ha ha. This may not seem very crafty but puzzling out patterns is a big part of what I do and this was GREAT practice.



The past few days have been making structures out of cardboard to protect work areas and a light box for taking better photos, also a swap item yesterday that I can't show yet but I tried something new and it worked out great.

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 on: Today at 12:40:55 PM 
Started by rockingbearranch - Last post by emilywilde
The Bigfoot ATC is seriously awesome. I like the glowy eyes.

I borrowed my BF's phone to take better pictures of the last 2 ATCs I got. These do much better justice to the ones my phone was capable of. On the bright side, I found I already owned a scanner too, so there's that.  Cheesy

80's nostalgia from whatthepuck


Lisa Frank cupcake from Rockingbearranch


Thanks again you two, I love these!

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 on: Today at 12:23:12 PM 
Started by Wildfyre - Last post by Inselaeffchen
I'm always confused when I see a post about a polar bear thinking it's Apti and then realise the post is not from Mountains And Clouds... Wink

We had some fun time during the midterm break, even if it wasn't too much on... a "romantic" family trip to Ikea, then a "School Night Out" with friends to a Thai restaurant and a Pub Quiz (we came 4th out of 13 ... and haven't been to a pub quiz since before the girls were born).





And yesterday Poundcake came with me to our monthly craft club.

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 on: Today at 05:41:56 AM 
Started by vkvhawk - Last post by LovelyMiss
How do you create those weavings?  I have one given to me from another swap, years ago.  I'd like to try making one myself.  I really like the one you made, Lovely Miss!

Thanks!  It's made with a peg loom.  I have two; one that's fairly large, and then a very simple small one.  I used the small one for this project.  I purchased it at a sewing convention several years ago, but there are many available around online.  Here is a bad photo of what it looks like:


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 on: February 18, 2017 10:59:42 PM 
Started by artsycandice - Last post by audio
I received from on chameleonhound today!!!!

First we got this amazing evil, vengeful spirit fairy from Scotland. The valley it was found in roughly translates to "Valley of the robbers".  It's freaking awesome!!! And it matches the tattoo I got recently.  (Skull wing bitterflys)

And this is actually said "ah yuck" when I opened it. It is a very strange creature from a volcanic tide pool in Iceland. This is freaking awesome and really has that 'Oh my' factor!


She also sent an awesome postcard and a real deer scapula bone!!!


Thank you so much!!! Once you get your package you'll see our brains were on the same wavelength while collecting our specimens!!! Curious!??

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