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« Reply #1150 on: June 08, 2010 06:44:16 PM »

there ya go, (thanks rottonlittleboys!), he's the main character, is L.
I thought the "its not pink, its lightish red really funny even tho I dont know the series,
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its so much fun watching what people make.
I still have a full craft room, even after donating a shed load of stuff and crafting my little heart out, it may require drastic measures................
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hey all!! just wanted to say i love my angel package from scrappysue...if you get a package from sue your not dissapointed lol!

in deathnote, L is "the best detective in the world"(so good, he is even secretly the 2nd and 3rd best in the world too). Light is sort of his nemesis, a ultra smart high school student who picks up the deathnote that Ryuk, the shinigami, drops. His father is chief yagami, an important policeman. theres also a girl called misa misa, a model/actress that adores light a bit too much, and who also has a deathnote. they both work end up working with L to try and find 'kira'- a mysterious killer who is killing all the world's criminals. kira also happens to be light.  lol im addicted hehe...

and the "donut"pencil holder and the furry notebook is just awesome lol
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« Reply #1151 on: June 08, 2010 07:21:58 PM »

I... have no idea what you just said. You sound enthusiastic though and that's great! I like enthusiasm, even if I am an old fogey who doesn't know about cool stuff anymore Tongue.
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« Reply #1152 on: June 08, 2010 08:46:09 PM »

used up a skein of white cotton, and used up the leftovers of a skein of blue to make facial scrubbies.

bought 3 pieces of fabric - for a purpose - 2 blouses and my nieces birthdya outfit
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« Reply #1153 on: June 09, 2010 04:25:09 AM »

I... have no idea what you just said. You sound enthusiastic though and that's great! I like enthusiasm, even if I am an old fogey who doesn't know about cool stuff anymore Tongue.

Hahaha. *snerk* Oh dear, you are a good bit younger than my friends and I, all anime/manga nuts.

It is just one of those things, either you like them or not. Sort of like pickles. My husband hates them and I just don't understand why.  Huh
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« Reply #1154 on: June 09, 2010 07:44:25 AM »

Thanks deadbathducky, very sweet of you, ;0
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« Reply #1155 on: June 09, 2010 07:58:13 PM »

I... have no idea what you just said. You sound enthusiastic though and that's great! I like enthusiasm, even if I am an old fogey who doesn't know about cool stuff anymore Tongue.

Hahaha. *snerk* Oh dear, you are a good bit younger than my friends and I, all anime/manga nuts.

It is just one of those things, either you like them or not. Sort of like pickles. My husband hates them and I just don't understand why.  Huh

Ah, so what you're saying is that there's hope for a resurgence in coolness, that I might get groovy again as I get older? That's very hopeful, I wouldn't mind being a nifty granny! It hasn't happened to my parents yet but I'll keep my fingers crossed for myself Wink.

J_Kievietm what are these "facial scrubbies" if I might ask. And I wonder also, what are you making this abundance of crafty stuff for anyhow? You're list is astounding, you're like a crafting machine!

Back from our little storm induced vacation Tongue, I've got 5 swaps on the go and everything is coming from stash, plus my son has a bday party on Saturday so I've been commissioned to make one of his dragon sketches come to life. I've got just the perfect fabric for wings and I'm fairly certain at least one piece of something scaley looking too. What I don't have is a ton of time so wish me luck that everything I need will already be kicking around and that I get it all done in a hurry.
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« Reply #1156 on: June 09, 2010 09:35:42 PM »

CLM, the facial scrubbie is a crocheted round that makes a great facial scrub, here's the pattern:
R1)crochet 3, form ring,
R2)12 dc into ring,
R3)2 treble crochet in each dc stitch,
R4)ch 1, *sk 1, 6 dc into next stitch, 1 sc,*repeat from *

Last month I was crafting for a swap and a secret pal gift, now I am crafting for a TOPS event happening in September.

destashed 4 packages of leather cord, and a ton of gemstones, another 30 or 40 left to go when the jump rings arrive

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« Reply #1157 on: June 10, 2010 05:37:16 PM »



Ah, so what you're saying is that there's hope for a resurgence in coolness, that I might get groovy again as I get older?

I really have no idea as I have yet to reach cool yet. I just play in the sand box that I like best and ignore everything else. THE best thing about getting old.
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« Reply #1158 on: June 12, 2010 05:27:57 PM »

not much destashing here, more like stashing :s but it's all for specific projects so it's not so bad, I need more summer shirts, so I bough 3 chunks of fabric for that, a chunk for capris, a chunk for dresses for my nieces, and a chunk of flannel for pj's for my nieces.  Fabric land was having a buy 1 get 1,2,or3 free or 40% and 50% off, so it was well worth stashing.

I did destash some fabric for a pair of capris and I'm just finishing the pyjamas
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« Reply #1159 on: June 12, 2010 08:49:58 PM »

Hmm, what qualifies as a "chunk" of fabric I wonder. That seems like a maliable sort of measurement to me Cheesy.
I destashed some fleece for a dragon poppet for a bday present and I made a fabric shopping style bag to "wrap" it in. That's my plan now, make a shopping bag for every gift I have to give. Got enough fabric, why the heck not?

My basment grew mold. On everything. Sigh. Guess it's a chance to destash even more of my stuff. Not stuff I was planning on destashing but oh well, it only hurt for about 15 seconds until I started to feel ok (maybe even kinda good) about it. I'm feeling pretty ruthless about this getting rid of stuff thing.
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