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 91 
 on: July 23, 2016 08:28:13 PM 
Started by audio - Last post by Whistley
Not to serial post but I received today. Pics are forthcoming. Smiley

Audio sent me an adorable package. Here's everything together:


An adorable custom Halloween Tsum Tsum Mickey:



I love his little hat. Smiley

I love, love, love this little Carl from Up tsum hoop!

Seriously, Little Carl is my favorite!

There are also tsum stickers, address labels, and some cute shrink plastic tsums.

Thank you so so much Audio! I love it all!

 92 
 on: July 23, 2016 06:00:08 PM 
Started by Mistress Jennie - Last post by AnnoyingBigSister
Class/Challenge/House Pride: Quidditch Challenge 'Tea and Toast (and Potions)'
House: Hufflepuff
Project Name: Soothing Bath Salts
Brief Description: So for this project we were to make something that would bring good luck to a friend or something that was edible.  I made soothing bath salts for my friends! ^.^

 
2 cups Epsom salt
1 cup sea salt
10 drops lavender oil (since the Epsom salt I used was lavender & honey scented , I skipped this ingredient)
10 drops peppermint oil
two different food colors (I used yellow and red)

In a large bowl, combine the Epsom salt, sea salts, lavender oil and peppermint oil. Mix very well and divide the mixture into two bowls. Color one bowlful with one color, and the other with a different one. Using a funnel, fill a bottle with alternating layers of color.
Project Picture:


 93 
 on: July 23, 2016 04:23:31 PM 
Started by Reel Crafty Girl - Last post by Reel Crafty Girl
I created this little 8x8 canvas using painted background, hand cut paper whale & water spout, ric rac trim and clear Dew Drops for bubbles


 94 
 on: July 23, 2016 03:25:10 PM 
Started by ThreeLittleCats - Last post by ThreeLittleCats
Here I am with a new wool painting, 9'' x 12'', first wet felted then needle felted  Smiley

"Brave Wolf"


 95 
 on: July 23, 2016 02:51:03 PM 
Started by rscowtown - Last post by JS
Okay, y'all ... sit back and be awed.  Today I received my package from Mlsocci74 and *Omigosh*  is it ever overwhelming!  She made me a kajillion billion (lots!) canning jar labels shaped like little mason jars plus not one, but two, lovely necklaces.  Here is the loot:


   
These necklaces have images from her own photography.  Aren't they amazing!  I love peacocks and those dainty flowers (I forget their name) were in our backyard when growing up.  Each necklace was packaged in its own pretty red jewelry gift box.  She coordinated the labels with their own tan colored gift box.  Check out the detail on those mason jar labels-- nothing is amiss, even the jar lid threads are there, as well as "Made with love" inscribed!  Also she added pretty brown and white threads for tying.  Our canning projects will have lovely identification.  I might even use these labels on gifts during the holidays.

Everything is fabulous, Mlsocci74!  Thank you very much! Smiley


 96 
 on: July 23, 2016 01:20:27 PM 
Started by Wildfyre - Last post by Eamea
The scenery Aurora is seeing is gorgeous!

@rockingbearranch: "they look concerned"  Cheesy

@abuckshort:  Well done!  I'm not at all surprised you ended up as a photo op.

The Missouri Botanical Garden has several corpse flowers, and when they bloom it's a big deal.  They don't bloom annually (this particular one last did in 2013), but it opens up wide and emits an odor like rotting flesh.  The blooms last anywhere from 12-48 hours, so when I heard it had opened on Saturday I wanted to go.  I didn't get a chance until Monday, and it had already closed back up.  Lucky for me the smell was still hanging around.


The heat index was 103 that day, and I figured that since I was already out I might as well show Tree around the garden.  It's 79 acres and was established in 1859 by Henry Shaw (locals just call it Shaw's Garden).  The Climatron, a geodesic dome conservatory, was built in 1960.


In 2006 the exhibit "Glass In The Garden" featured work by glass blowing artist Dale Chihuly.  Several of the pieces were purchased and kept as permanent installations.  This gate leads to the rose garden.

 97 
 on: July 23, 2016 12:50:22 PM 
Started by Ludi - Last post by Ludi
Tracked down another painting, "The Thames at Westminster," 1904:



and a sketch for a war charity, 1916:






 98 
 on: July 23, 2016 11:31:17 AM 
Started by geekgirl1000100 - Last post by LimeRiot
My turn! My turn!! I received an awesome junk journal from our organizer, geekgirl. I've been having so much fun flipping through all of the unique pages and brainstorming what I'll do with it.

Here's the cover! The binding is so cool and I love all of the cool junk spilling out of it.


I had to feature a picture of my favorite page. GOOGLEY EYES!!!!


Look at the teeny little envelope in the corner of this page. So dang cute.


All of the pages are awesome! There are lots of little envelopes and tuck spots hidden throughout. Here are some more of my favorites...








THANK YOU, geekgirl! I love my journal and appreciate you introducing all of us to the wonderful world of junk Smiley.

 99 
 on: July 23, 2016 10:17:35 AM 
Started by craftADDchick - Last post by audio
Ok you guys this has been a great gallery but get ready to drooooool whwn you see what fatewineroses sent me.

They are the most absolutely perfect TM patches ever. She did the skeleton tree I'm so fond of and a thestral from Harry Potter,  my favorite magical creature!! The colors and purple leaves on the skeleton patch are perfect, exactly my style,  but I need to mention the fantastic stitching on the thestral,  not only is the thestral wonderfully stitched, so delicate but seriously this border around the thestral is a work of art in itself. I would have never though of doing stitching like this,  so creative and my favorite part.



And she sent me a whole bunch of extras in a kit.  Fabric,  whimsies and ribbons.

Thank you so much. I can't wait to get more!!!!

 100 
 on: July 23, 2016 10:10:05 AM 
Started by audio - Last post by audio
I received from kittykill today!! I love every bit of it. She sent me some tsum lip slackers,  I can't wait to put these in my purse.  I have a set already but they are part of my collection so these I can actually use!! She also sent some tsum ribbon,  which I had been contemplating buying so glad I have some now.  Also the notecard she sent has tsum washi tape and I'm going to carefully peel it off and put it on my planner.

For the crafted parts she made me a cross stitch hoop that includes Mickey and the gang all stacked up and a tsum ribbon key fob!!! Ok ok on to the picture!



Thank you so much kittykill! I love it!!

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