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« on: August 20, 2010 10:07:56 PM »

I was introduced to the site when a coworker brought up the Weeping Angel from a fashion doll post at work, to show me what she wanted to do. Immediately we both went something like...

OOOOO!!! And we could make them for Halloween and hide them in the trees and bushes, and put some on strings and pulleys so that when you pull the strings they move closer to the door and OO!! we could get a mannequin top and put one on top of the roof peeking over and it would be just SO COOL but I couldn't keep it in the house because I'd NEVER sleep again and...  (etc.)

I came home, pulled up the site, started poking around, and realised that much time could be spent getting ideas from there, and there, and there, and that topic, and that section, and maybe not that one but DEFINITELY that one... Something tells me the grades may slip a bit this semester, but the addiction must be fed.
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« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2010 08:24:15 PM »

That's what I'm afraid of!  Cheesy

It's already the running joke in my circle of friends/clients/coworkers/passing acquaintances (who all threaten to raid the house if we turn into hoarders, so they can "cure" us and take home the nifty stuff) that the SO and I live in a giant craft room with beds tucked in the corners somewhere. We've already had one of these conversations:

me: Look at this one!

him: No. You've got too much stuff already.

me: All right.  -insert a few clicks here- This one's kind of pretty. We'd just have to dig in the garage to get to the leatherworking kits.

him: I don't think so. We don't have the right type of leather, and it looks pretty involved.

me: OK, what about THIS one? It's small and I already have the stuff.

him: That's what you said about that pillow, the quilt, the pillowcases, the pottery, that drawing, the picture frame, what you've got strung on the loom, the skeins you have ready for dye--OO!! Can I do THAT one??
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