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 on: May 21, 2015 04:27:37 PM 
Started by Smmarrt - Last post by Sharalee
Those are so darling! Yes "angielou1" did a great job! I love those!

"angielou1"  sent me my package too! She went with the Barbie theme too! I use to make & sell barbie clothes when I was around 12 or 13  so this really hits home & so many memories!
So here's the pics:

The little doll has very long hair & clothes so cool & the Barbie extra hairdo's in the pocket!

Here she is with her other wigs. I did have have wigs for my Barbie Doll & I still have them. But my original Barbie doll with the black & white stripe bathing suite is gone. I sold her & Midge along time ago & I wished I hadn't!

Here's the real cutie doll with the long hair & clothes just like in the 60's & 70's with the sparkly dress & boots & long straight hair!

Thanks so much I really love them. You did a awesome work on everything! I'll partner with you anytime! I hope you will like what I made you! Still working on it. Probably will be next Tues when I send! Wink

 on: May 21, 2015 03:27:57 PM 
Started by wendiek - Last post by Sharalee
Wow I love all the new things in the Gallery! 

"edelc' Th yoga carrier is cool! I don't do yoga, but it's still neat! The pouch, scrapy mugrug, & the buttons are beautiful! Great package!

"Texscrapper"  Lovely messenger bag, & a Ho Bo bag thats cool & a coin purse! Cool package!

"LAdybusandbumblebees" Beautiful crochet bags & extras! Lovely package!

"RaraAvis" Has sent me her package it is beautiful. I have sent her package too. She should get it on Tues.

Ok on with the pics:

She went with my elephant theme!

Sorry it's a little blurry, but he's so cute & he's needle felted. I always wanted to try it.

This the album cover with the pockets & the spine can open up to put things in When I'm ready.

The beautiful zipper pounch! I love the metal zipper!

She made me some pretty scrapy little note cards so I have something to put into my swaps.
 Thank you so much. I really love everything you made for me. I hope you like what I made you have as much as I love my things. Thanks for being my partner!

 on: May 21, 2015 03:26:44 PM 
Started by LadybugsAndBumblebees - Last post by LadybugsAndBumblebees

I don't know, mushrooms both creep me out and fascinate me!  I am more drawn to 'fairy type' mushrooms, and this is what this item is modeled after.

It's a glass jar with a brownish colored yarn crocheted cozy around it, with the lid painted and then covered with clear nail polish so the paint won't chip off.

I thought it was a pretty clever idea...I've never seen one that had the crocheted cozy "stem".

What do you think?

 on: May 21, 2015 02:49:27 PM 
Started by AmyLynn98 - Last post by AmyLynn98
Several years ago, I picked up an art deco vanity from Bill's FX, a former flea market in an old electronics store building in Virginia Beach. It caught on fire and burned beyond repair shortly after I got the vanity.

Over the years, I've noticed the wood veneer was starting to look and feel extremely dry. I don't think it ever had a clear stain put on it. I know I might not be able to keep this thing forever, but I want to try and protect the wood the  best I can.

Since I still had some from my sewing machine project, I decided to take the vanity apart and give it a good coat of polyurethane on it. I started it on Monday night and finished it tonight.

It's a little blurry, but you can see the poly on the middle section, compared to the unpoly'ed left and right sides. It's a huge difference, and I only did one coat of poly. The two pieces sticking up in the back are the supports for the mirror.

Before (on the left side) and after (on the right side) the poly. Again, this is just one coat.

Now unfortunately, I'm feeling froggy to try and fix up the armoire that I have (also art deco). Even though I spent more on the vanity, I absolutely love the armoire and I'm afraid I'll mess it up somehow, because that actually has more damage to the veneer.

 on: May 21, 2015 12:19:08 PM 
Started by rscowtown - Last post by Lo{ve}
I sent littlepawnfug some faux fur fabric for stuffies. She's having some computer problems so here are the photos!

 on: May 21, 2015 11:38:07 AM 
Started by Acadian Driftwood - Last post by Acadian Driftwood
I also wanted to post a couple of Paul's details because, dang, I am proud of this little guy. Smiley

 on: May 21, 2015 11:36:45 AM 
Started by Acadian Driftwood - Last post by Acadian Driftwood
I know Smmarrt already posted pictures, but I wanna show him off some more! Here's my latest Bowie bein' all sparkly and fabulous.

Cool painted face and stitched hair:

Just a couple Bowies chillin'.

Thank you again Smmarrt, I love him!

 on: May 21, 2015 11:33:14 AM 
Started by IdlersDesign - Last post by Acadian Driftwood
I love the bracelets everyone's made! I received this Hufflepuff pride bracelet from StainedMushroom, and haven't taken it off since!

 on: May 21, 2015 11:19:38 AM 
Started by thisbirdsabsurd - Last post by thisbirdsabsurd
Is this clothing?  Seems like everything I make doesn't quite fit into any topic.  Wink
  Anyway, I made one of these for myself last year, then another for someone else and this year I've made a few changes to create, (ta ta ta taaaah!) the perfect gathering apron.
  They're long so you can get down on the ground and dig in the dirt without getting your pants dirty, or without grinding dirt into your knees if you're wearing shorts.  Wink  They have deep envelope pockets for gathering eggs (if you have chickens) or just for keeping a little spade, or some herbs, or some seed packets, or whatever!  The tie threads through some buttonholes at the bottom to gather up the apron so you can carry all of those vegetables you're going to be picking from your garden (I'm saying this as a positive thought since last year my garden was kind of a bust.)
  Anyway, here are two, a third is in the works. I need to get someone to take an action shot but at the moment it's just me, so use your imagination.  Wink

 on: May 21, 2015 11:16:47 AM 
Started by v3nu5 - Last post by v3nu5
My mother requested Jack & Sally amigurumi dolls for her colleague, a drama teacher who works at her Middle School that is leaving.  Used an old pattern I drafted for amigurumis a while back and winged some bits as I went.

I haven't submitted anything here for quite some time. I feel like I lost my touch and couldn't keep up here on Craftster. Be completely honest, I need to adjust this pattern to create a more accurate Jack & Sally pattern. Undecided Jack & Sally's faces needs work.  Thanks!

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