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Astica
« Reply #30 on: December 20, 2007 01:18:45 PM »

Awesome! Thank-you <3

Do you remember how long the Chuck Norris one took you? Any tips?

And here's a funny story.
I was cutting out his beard during my lunch break with my friends and then it dawned on me. Of course, I had to say out loud what I was thinking.
"Oh geez, Chuck Norris' face is going to come off!"
I didn't notice that there was no bridge or anything! XD
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mimiw
« Reply #31 on: December 20, 2007 02:07:00 PM »

Awesome! Thank-you <3

Do you remember how long the Chuck Norris one took you? Any tips?

And here's a funny story.
I was cutting out his beard during my lunch break with my friends and then it dawned on me. Of course, I had to say out loud what I was thinking.
"Oh geez, Chuck Norris' face is going to come off!"
I didn't notice that there was no bridge or anything! XD

The Chuck Norris one didn't take too long - maybe 20 minutes to cut out.  I'm not too sure because I did them all while watching football with the hubby.  Don't forget to put on his mouth like I did!!!
I didn't use a bridge since I was using freezer paper.  I just ironed the outside on first and them guesstimated where his features should go. 
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Astica
« Reply #32 on: December 20, 2007 02:11:21 PM »

I'm using freezer paper too - I just hope I'm as good at guesstimating as you are ^^;

I just so didn't realize that his face would come out!

And in all honesty, I kind of like him without his mouth >< so it was a good mistake.
After all, only Chuck Norris can eat despite the fact he doesn't have a mouth  Wink
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« Reply #33 on: March 13, 2011 05:43:59 AM »

This is a fantastic and personal idea for gifts, and i'm sure they were well appreciated. Anything handcrafted and given as a gift that does not recieve appropriate praise should be taken back until said person learns manners.
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