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« Reply #3690 on: June 20, 2010 07:37:14 PM »

friendlyneighborhoodpsycho -- Thanks for the compliment.  Your nails are neat!  do you use like a toothpick or something to swirl them?
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« Reply #3691 on: June 20, 2010 08:20:04 PM »

Friendly,  I can't even imagine trying to do my nails like that!  Wow. 

CQ,  I love the quilts.  Your color selections are fantastic. 

Once again, I have to thank all of you wonderful craftsters for setting such high standards.   The number and variety of projects everyone works boggle my mind.  It is really amazing to see how many different skills people have; that while you might have a favorite medium you are all willing to stretch and try new things.

So I keep slogging away...  Here it is near the end of June and I haven't managed to actually finish anything.  I am transitioning my pile from pieced tops to quilted projects that just need a binding.  I have also been working hard on getting my basement organized and finding all of my stash and other craft materials.  I am trying really hard to convince myself that if I haven't touched a project in mmmphphyty years that it is OK to pass them on.  It is easier if I know they are going to a good home.  I have a LONG way to go before I can cross off that 'organize craft supplies' item on my list.   
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« Reply #3692 on: June 21, 2010 12:21:19 AM »

The quilts look great ladies. I want to attempt another one, but after doing 2 twin sized plain squared quilts for my nieces I'm a little pooped out on them.

Nails look cool. How'd you get that design? Did you freehand that? Neato!
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« Reply #3693 on: June 21, 2010 08:21:50 AM »

I'm going to take it easy on swaps this summer so I can focus more on this list. Got a few more things done and am part-way through a few more projects.


1. Cassette tape change purse
2. Origami star chain, really long to wrap around Christmas tree

This thing took FOREVER! I put one of my Xbox games on top to give an idea of size.







3. Magazine pages folded into purse
4. Mario quilt for my son made out of old tees and pjs
5. Capri Sun pouch tote bag
6. Pb & J needle punch tote bag
7. Learn book binding
8. Make Halloween shrine
9. Tree of life pendant with nest in branches
10. Paint nesting dolls
11. Felted Trick-or-Treat bag
12. Try stamp carving
13. Finish decoupage jewelry box
14. Make secret box out of love letters
15. Make a group of side show sock monkeys
16. Acorn light pull for bedroom light
17. Christmas tree card holder
18. Lavender rice bags
19. Refinish metal chairs
20. Knit camo scarf
21. Pop tart soap
22. Freezer paper tee
23. Make bath bombs
24. Brown and aqua braided rug out of old tees
25. Camper Paint Brush Holder
26. Rupunzel scarf
27. Learn embroidery stitches
28. Do at least 10 spreads in altered journal
29. Finish my son's scrapbooks
30. Clean, organize, decorate craft room
31. Make Hula-hoop loom
32. Organize my first swap
33. Fuse/perler beads
34. Try candle making
35. Make curtains for bedroom
36. Make goldfish in a bag soap
37. Valentines marshmallow treats
38. Pickled green tomatoes
39. Stuffed bat (sister's x-mas gift)
40. Take a cake decorating class with my best friend
41. Kitten quilt pillow for my son
42. Try bleach stenciling
43. Make a swap binder
44. Inspiration wall hanging (motivation to stick with diet and exercise)
45. Skull/leopard print large no sew blanket
46. Swallow & cherry blossom necklace
47. Skittles Vodka
48. Keyhole Necklace



49. Bat jar of stars

My sister loved the origami stars I made and she also loves bats, so I etched one on a jar and filled it with stars for her for her Birthday.



It's kinda hard to see though in the pic.
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« Reply #3694 on: June 21, 2010 09:50:36 AM »

waggonswest I share the 'omg this is going to take forever to organize' project. I may have to make mine an all year project just to be sure it gets done and stays done!
QueenNinjaMonkey the origami star chain is awesome! So many fun colors and patterns!

Thanks guys! I found out how to do it on youtube. If you search water marbling nails a ton of video's show you how to do it. Basically you put drops of nail polish in a container of water until youve got a few different layers, and then you make a design in it with a toothpick. Then you stick your finger in it. I ended up gettin nail polish half way down my finger Tongue Some videos suggest taping your fingers and others suggest lip balm.
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« Reply #3695 on: June 21, 2010 03:32:12 PM »

Friendly,  That just sounds crazy!  I can only imagine the mess I could make with it!  But I love the look. 

I moved all of the piles of fabric out of my great room today.  (It is some how bigger than I remember!)
Now I just need to come up with a storage system that allows me to see what I have. 
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« Reply #3696 on: June 21, 2010 06:02:50 PM »

That sounds like a huge project waggonswest! I'm sure you'll figure out something awesome!

Exciting news for me: I think I've just about convinced my sister to join Craftster!! Yay! This is very exciting for me!! 
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« Reply #3697 on: June 21, 2010 08:18:35 PM »

Love the zen garden and the orange and blue/green mini quilt!

Finished another thing not on my list, a travel changing pad:
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« Reply #3698 on: June 21, 2010 08:32:11 PM »

June 13th-June 20th list

Still to make this year
1)seat covers for R.V - just have to add elastic or drawstrings
7)crocheted sweater - keep working on it
10)pyjamas
17)bookmarks
18)brown blouse
26)story quilt with niece
27)modified game of CLUE
28)lawn chair seat cushions to match the beige camp chairs we bought
36)altered clipboards - need to spray them outside and it's been to windy.
48)new belt
50)beach tote for on my handlebars of my bike - 1/2 finished

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« Reply #3699 on: June 22, 2010 08:19:49 AM »

Everyone's project looks amazing.I don't really feel like doing crafts right now.Even though I have a ton of ideas.My dh lost his job in feb. And they just now came and repo'd the car. Cry.So I'm really down.I was thinking about doing some fall crafts since fall is only starting in 2-3 months.But now I don't know  Undecided.
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