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« Reply #70 on: June 10, 2010 10:47:57 AM »

I agree. The frankenstein cross stitch is amazing.

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« Reply #71 on: June 10, 2010 01:58:41 PM »

So finally here is my fabulous loot from izkapts:

An awesome eye-catching bangle with googling eyes. I love it.
It is made with some kind of velvet fabric

A beautiful werewolf painting. Bf says it looks like the werewolf is taking a dump. Bf is an art philistine!

And finally: a zombie bird poppet! She dreamed of it and it truly looks like a nightmare. And the kitties are scared to death. Harhar. I bet I am the only owner of a zombie duck poppet!

She even painted the eyeholes in my favourite colour: green  Cheesy She wrote that I can tease the birdy with the bangle Grin

izkapts also spoiled me with extras (chocolate covered nuts, fruit gums, a Toulouse-Lautrec puzzle) but I broke my camera (the first time I dropped it) and everything was already eaten when I re-took the pictures with my cell cam.

Thanks a bunch. It has been a supercool swap!


I am collecting any kind of skull shaped beads and patches-feel free to send me spare ones  ;-)
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« Reply #72 on: June 10, 2010 02:45:47 PM »

I received about a week ago from Justinkase and have been extremely busy but I decided tonight was the night to finally post the pics.  I want to say thank you for the great package and for being an awesome partner.

this is a very cool necklace tho you can't tell from the pic too much, it features skull beads and a picture of a witch and a child in a cauldron

a vampire and a flying spaghetti monster magnet made from melty beads...totally on my fridge

and an assortment of tattoos of various creatures of the night

I am debating on whether I should just cover my neck with them for my next big meeting at work.

I loved everything thank you so much.
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« Reply #73 on: June 10, 2010 03:40:27 PM »

The bracelet I'd wear, that puppet though? *shudder* scared to have that thing in my house, it's so creepy! Great job!

I LOVE that flying spaghetti monster magnet! You have to know I'm raiding my kid's perler bead stash to make one of those tonight, too funny!

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« Reply #74 on: June 10, 2010 04:41:56 PM »

Zombina Skeleton, I'm so glad to hear you are doing well and everything arrived in one piece, no less! Even better that you like it all (and so do your ferrrrts!), I'm so pleased, I worry that things I make aren't good enough   Embarrassed

How on earth did you manage to sculpt that werewolf face, Propaganda?! I love the gazebo as well. 
I sort of mashed up tinfoil in a sort of... wolfy-muzzle-shape and just slapped Super Sculpey over it. Then a thin 'skin' of coloured clay (purple for the lips & nose, white for teeth, and black for skin), then added some highlighting with acrylic paint. The eyes are flat glass marbles -- they also have a little surprise at night.....

Ooooh, thank you everyone for the compliments *blush blush*
And OMG, the Frankenstein office supplies - awesome!! This was totally fun, when's the next?  Grin


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« Reply #75 on: June 10, 2010 05:02:54 PM »

we should definately have round 2

I am open to personal swaps. Send a pm if you'd like to do a Harry Potter, Pokemon, BJD or Obitsu swaps.

« Reply #76 on: June 11, 2010 10:45:05 AM »

I received a SUPER package from starryeyeddiy! Prepare to be amazed!

First, a group shot!!

A Hand Painted box! In my favorite color!!!

Lots of monster stickiness! Stickers and band-aides!

Monster Fun! Pop-up and wind-up toys!

Get a load of this felt monster bag!!!

Monster magnet, cell-phone charms, and necklace-AND.... a necklace of my avatar!

Something pink and sweet-a Hello Kitty notepad/list

Oh-and I also get to grow my own monsters and check out that monster coin purse!!!!

This has been an amazing swap! I LOVE it all!!


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« Reply #77 on: June 11, 2010 03:50:15 PM »

I received a megacute package from Glamis a couple of days ago. Sadly enough my camera refuses to work for very long (with the new batteries it doesn't work at all... o_O) so I couldn't spam a whole lot of pictures and choose the best ones.

But here come the goods!

Firstly a card with a picture of my boyfriend at work on it. I still wonder where did she get it. Though for a monster swap that is creepy enough. Wink

Then a monster box. Eye catcher for jealous visitors, muhahaha. Smiley This is now my box for all my little boxes.

A catbus picture from Totoro. (I am a big studio Ghibli fan.)

A Calcifer bracelet (from the Howl's Moving Castle). I am very happy for the Ghibli things. I am wearing this bracelet even now. Smiley Thank you!

And a Cthulu pouch. The cute winged back and not a good picture of the awesome front.

It was meant to be a crayon pouch but it turned out too small. You know what? It is the perfect size for my small button collection. Smiley

Also in the package were also villainous playmice from outer space. But they are gone now. We were brave and annihilated them in the yummiest way - grabbing by their tails and ... (my mouth is too full to speak).

Thank You! Meow!

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« Reply #78 on: June 11, 2010 03:59:16 PM »

And Glamis. I wouldn't think that the werewolf looks like taking a dump. But now that I look at it again... Maybe he could fit as a decoration in toilet if anyone actually "dares" to take a dump with a werewolf. I personally would be too scared and confused. Aaaahhhh... I have to go to bed.

Though theoretically I could bite a werewolf in his ear and say how fluffy he is. But only theoretically. I am a coward. Sad (Now I should REALLY go to the bed.)
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« Reply #79 on: June 11, 2010 04:07:13 PM »

I love the monster box.  Smiley 

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