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 51 
 on: April 15, 2014 03:10:35 PM 
Started by jexxican - Last post by TiffanyCrow
I meant to post these Saturday but I forgot
 

from Koreena
Heres the Skull mask for my boyfriend AlexanderW, its a bit big but otherwise awesome






And the Zelda Goodys from Annchen




 52 
 on: April 15, 2014 02:50:32 PM 
Started by alwaysinmyroom - Last post by dreadlocklove
I love the whittled knife and that Facebook reminder is absolutely hilarious!

Well, I've been working on a distance education course and haven't been crafting as much.  I do have some finished projects to post but they're for a swap so I'm going to hold off to post until my partner receives.

My son had to create an Easter/Spring Hat for their upcoming hallway fashion show.  We decided on a bird's nest.  Here it is:







I bought the paper shreds, plastic eggs, and "birds" (the chicks were the closest to birds I could find) at Buck or Two, and the rest of the supplies came from around the house.  Originally, we created a nest separate from the hat and wanted to attach it but things were getting lop/heavy-sided so we settled for glueing the paper to the hat itself.  The branch makes the project "stick out" a bit more.  =)

 53 
 on: April 15, 2014 02:35:54 PM 
Started by JillHogan - Last post by sammylouise40
I received my first set of pieces from hazelly! Yay! They are so cute which was the point since my theme is kawaii. Smiley



Loving the quilled Totoro and the kawaii face is totes adorbs. Cheesy Thanks hazelly.

 54 
 on: April 15, 2014 02:28:46 PM 
Started by Casey1201 - Last post by Ziggee
So I made my first gypsy style skirt for a the recent yarnies v. sewists swap I was in. It has since been received by Pixieval and I am certain it will get much love! I think this was one of the most fun projects I have made and it was completely from stash which was a bonus. The pictures are of me wearing it but there are some great ones in the Swap gallery of how spinny it is on her Smiley
Sorry for the horrible mirror shots!






Thanks for looking!


This is such a beautiful skirt, wish I had your sewing skills.



 55 
 on: April 15, 2014 01:56:47 PM 
Started by luckdragon - Last post by MissingWillow
Pottermouth's magic box of awesome arrived today.  Sorry for the weird outdoor photos but the weather and natural light is terrible here this afternoon.  I couldn't resist posting the treasures she sent me! 

Funky washcloths which I plan to use as trivets year around.  Love the colors.  They remind me of Halloween.  You'll probably notice this is the start of a theme.  I love Halloween.


A chunky Halloween house to add to my neighborhood!  It's one of two things I collect.  More on that in a moment. 


Here's the back of the house, it's as nice as the front.  I think Pottermouth needs to join the chunky house swap this year, just saying!


A homemade recipe box and a stamp for making my own recipe cards.  I can't wait to try this.  I think I may be stamping challenged, so am up for any tips/hints any of you paper goddesses have for me. 


A prim skeleton shrine.  How cool is this?  A card arrived announcing their names are Stuart and Nelson.  Nelson also goes by the name Bob.   Cheesy


Aren't they great!?


An altered spooky house with 13 hidden eyeballs.  I've yet to find them all, need to get hubby to help. 


I almost keeled over and passed out when I opened this box.  The only other thing I collect is zombie sheep and I have only talked 3 people into tackling that theme over my years at Craftster (because you can't typically find them at the mall...).  I asked for a pincushion and check out what she sent me!!!


The sign is awesome. 


You are so talented, Pottermouth.  LMK if you need better photos when our weather clears.  Everything you sent needs their own threads!  Thank you, thank you, thank you!

 

 56 
 on: April 15, 2014 01:47:41 PM 
Started by Averia - Last post by Alliekat914
I also received a parcel from spikefan. She made two amazing mug rugs. One is the characters from Firefly (so cute) and the other one is LOKI ... I showed my sister and she flipped out. She also sent a couple sheets of shrinky dink and some embroidery floss. Thank you so much.

Firefly Mug Rug


Loki Mug Rug


Shrinky dink and embroidery floss


 57 
 on: April 15, 2014 01:42:37 PM 
Started by Averia - Last post by Alliekat914
I am finally posted pictures from my Two Swaps from anna.wahnsinn

She made me an amazing sewing machine organizer

It is so nice.

The other claim was for supplies.
Embroidery Floss and charms

You can never have enough floss or charms... Smiley
and three cool books. Two for cross stitching and one for beading.


Thank you.

 58 
 on: April 15, 2014 12:15:43 PM 
Started by mundy - Last post by mundy
So it seems like it's been over a year since I've posted anything to Craftster *eep!* Anyway I've been finding it difficult to find the time to craft recently mainly I suppose as I got a new job last year which slowly but surely started eating into my usual crafting time but anyway one day on the way to work I thought to myself "Weren't you going to make a Beemo?", "Didn't you have it all planned and worked out?" and "Didn't you buy all the materials and supplies like 6 months ago?" Then I left it again for a few more months before I finally decided yes it's time to make something again and yes if that means sewing on the train so be it!
My Beemo is mainly made from fleece and small amounts of felt, is completely handsewn and stands at 12 and 1/2 inches tall.


I also added a little butt pocket! You can see it open in the side picture but it has a little popper to keep it closed I just felt that it was something I wanted to give them and just loved the idea of adding more and more to this project.

Overall it took me about a week of sewing about 2-3 hours a day but that was partly due to me drawing the pattern and adding to the project as I went along. I'm hoping to be getting back into crafting again even if it does mean strange looks on public transport as I work on my next project.

 59 
 on: April 15, 2014 12:13:37 PM 
Started by Smmarrt - Last post by Ludi
I received this beautiful cuddly frog doll from La Chapa!  She took my love of frogs and gardening as her themes.  Smiley



Rose cross-stitched on back:



Thank you so much La Chapa!   Kiss

 60 
 on: April 15, 2014 11:59:59 AM 
Started by pinkleo - Last post by jenleahlynn
OWL Subject & Option(if available):potions/ spew
House:gryffendor
Project Name:hope atc collage
Brief Description:i had a previous owl started for arithimancy that i would like to postpone, as i've basicallly misplaced it, and have started another project that is turning from a class into an owl. i'm hoping that i can still get approval even though i'm a week into the project. i could submit it as several smaller projects instead.

i was on the planning commity for our churches ladies overnighter. it's lots of fun crafts and community. we came up with a theme of 'spring into action'. we wanted to use the activeties as more than just fun, but as ways to use our hobbies to serve and encourage others. i wanted to create a piece of artwork to hang in a bathroom that has recently been repainted. the idea i settled on was to collect atc cards with the theme of hope, and then frame them as a collage.

these are  a few cards i made ahead of time as samples.the overnighter was last weekend, and i had precut cards (2 1/2 by 3 1/2) in various colors. i also had patterned paper, stickers, cutouts for people who wanted to make a collage. i also demonstrated stamping with stazone ink, and watercolor pencils.  the ladies had fun, and each card is unique. now i'm planning to some of the kids create cards during sunday school to add the the collection, and then arrange them all to be framed.


i also posted flyers encourgaging people who hadn't attended the program to contribute, but i didn't recieve any. i think it was hard to understand the project without an example. so instead of having it finished by easter, i'm putting them in a binder to show people. i think having our church contribute makes it more personal, i just asking people to do something. hopefully by showing what's been started, and including the kids, we will have more cards within a few weeks, then i can create the collage.

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