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« on: September 03, 2006 02:19:34 AM »

With the dual needs to raise a little money to get my computer back up and running, and also get rid of excess craft supplies I can't afford to take along when I move, I've spent the time I'd usually spend on the computer (and craftster) sewing these little things!

I started out with the "Premier Collection"
http://www.itesser.com/destash/6.jpg

The middle one here is Maximus, the first Scrapling to be forged!
http://www.itesser.com/destash/8.jpg

And then moved into the "Dead Bunny Collection" (inspired by a friend)
http://www.itesser.com/destash/3.jpg

The black ones are really devious. :<
http://www.itesser.com/destash/4.jpg

But the white ones aren't to be trifled with either.
http://www.itesser.com/destash/7.jpg

Also, I used the project (and the loss of my digital camera) as an excuse to break out my old SLR and do some interesting Photography.
http://www.itesser.com/destash/1.jpg

Most are about 3 inches tall, but I'm not using specific patterns. The Premier Collection is stuffed with fabric and yarn scraps, the Dead Bunny Collection is stuffed with polyfill.

Now I'm off to work on the Primary Collection and hammer out a plan to get some of these adopted.
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« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2006 11:05:33 AM »

They look like they're all on some grand migration.  Where are they going? Smiley
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« Reply #2 on: September 03, 2006 01:01:29 PM »

They look like they're all on some grand migration.  Where are they going? Smiley

I don't know! D:

Once they hop over the back wall, I lose track of them really easy. Sad
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« Reply #3 on: September 03, 2006 07:34:15 PM »

I like the little brown ball shaped one in the middle of the second pic. What does he look like? I can't see him behind the ears of the other one. lol. He must be shy. Anyways depending on how much you decide to sell them for I might be interested in him. *is a newly wed so can't spend much but still...*
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« Reply #4 on: September 03, 2006 08:23:54 PM »

Maximus is pretty shy and difficult to catch, but once I got to him, he was too frightened to move, and let me take some pretty good pictures.

He's actually red, not brown, and while this particular model has been licked by a coyote, I can make another like it.

My official Scrapling adoption site is here: http://www.itesser.com/destash
One costs $3.14 including shipping. (4 for $10)

I'm actually adopting them by random lottery (like those programs where you offer to pay for the schooling of an orphan), but this is a one-time fee, and after your Scrapling shows up in the mail, you're responsible for the caretaking.

Anyhow, Eliea, if you want one like Maximus (I'll even sew the eyes on!) just say so in the "optional instructions" in paying for it.

I totally understand the newlywed-strapped-for-cash thing, I'm in the same boat!
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« Reply #5 on: September 04, 2006 08:56:50 AM »

Well I went to order one and your site doesn't like my debit card. Sad I'll have to try again whenI get paypal I guess. It kept saying my card number was invalid. (I just used the card saturday so I know that's not the case) Then I tried my other bank card and it didn't like that one either. Anyways. I'll try again later.
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