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« on: December 10, 2009 09:00:30 PM »

Hey all! This is my first post, though I'm a seasoned stalker of this forum. This year was the first I've had a tree in my apartment. My mom got it for me during an after-Christmas sale last year and we didn't realize that it was so tiny. Tiny but mighty is what I say. I didn't have ornaments for it either, so in my spare time (which was made by forgoing homework) I made some ornaments. I also decorated some presents as well - the outside has to be as fantastic as the inside, right?

So, without further ado...

I made a tribble (from Star Trek) and a ton of snitches. They're really easy to make and are great gifts for HP fans. I made a larger tribble for a friend.

For a friend who is actually making the 7 hour trek to see me as I type, along with my boyfriend.

Tribble, up close. I wish I could figure out how to get one of those vibrate-y things in there. For authenticity.

I made another friend homemade coffee liqueur and used a Starbucks coffee liqueur bottle. Obviously I didn't want to falsely advertise the contents so I decorated it with scrap fabric and a magazine cutout. Oh, and a glittery, fabulous snitch.

I hope you like my stuff!

Best welcome ever: http://geekcrafts.com/ ---> Geeky Christmas Ornaments
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« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2009 09:28:29 PM »

I knew that was a tribble without even reading about it, lol. Cool tree.

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« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2009 07:16:26 AM »

I just saw your tree on geek crafts. Love your snitches.

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