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« Reply #2870 on: May 24, 2012 10:18:30 AM »

Wow! I can't believe how much awesomeness is going on in this thread!!!

Kookaloo_Starr - I greatly admire your sewing skills! I couldn't sew a pair of shorts if my life depended on it. Yours look great!
sheepBlue - Everything you make is amazing, as always!
Abbeeroad - Love the money cuff! That would be perfect for hiking with my dog. Also, the party looks fantastic!
QueenNinjaMonkey - very pretty crayon art. love the dogs!
rlynn - I love the pins and pin cushion. Super cute!
jillybeans - I love the buntings and the tee shirts! They look so professional!
alwaysinmyroom - 4x6 is adorable! I saw it in the gallery but I love it so much I had to comment twice! Smiley




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« Reply #2871 on: May 24, 2012 10:41:27 AM »

Sheep, I love the 4x6 art you did!  Its so lovely!  I'm so intrigued by the alcohol and sharpies technique you mentioned!  And those Inkodye prints you did are so flipping cool!  I actually like the film strip one.  Its really cool!

Omg, I totally need a pair of chub rubbers (teehee, chub rubbers) like that, Kookaloo_Starr!  They are so sassy!!

So I got a batch of jerky done on Tuesday for my dad for his birthday.





I use this recipe:  http://allrecipes.com/recipe/jerky-lovers-jerky---sweet-hot-and-spicy/
I've made it so many times, and its soooo good! 


Here's the meat on the trays before being dehydrated.

I have another batch in the dehydrator, as well, for my husband and me (the non-spicy variety, since I'm a wuss.  Which means I just don't add the pepper flakes.)

I also decided, on a whim, to make my best friend some magnets for her fridge:





I just happened to have a bag of wood discs that my mom gave me that she got from someone else who was getting rid of bunch of crafting stuff.  I started by painting the edges white, then used my Elmer's paint pen to make the stripes. I then cut out circles in one of my destroyed books (I'm still working on a destroyed copy of the The Hobbit).  I distressed the edges of the paper with Distressing Ink, then went along the edge with the paint pen and wrote on the letter and added dots.  I then mod podged the circle to the wood disc, then put a couple more coats of mod podge to seal it.  Then I gorilla glued on some magnets.  Weee!
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« Reply #2872 on: May 24, 2012 11:11:49 AM »

I was all set to claim a new crafty skill.  I managed to put together a video from still pictures and voice recordings as part of an fundraising campaign.  I let our web guru look at it before I posted it.  He said he wanted to tweak it.  Now that he is done the only thing left is the voice recording... but it is a truly awesome video.  It might actually work for the purpose.  So I am torn.  I don't think writing and reading a script really counts but I did figure out how to do it.  Hmmmm.....
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« Reply #2873 on: May 24, 2012 01:27:56 PM »

I love the shorts... and I've been wanting "bloomers" for years. May some day actually get around to making some. lol.
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« Reply #2874 on: May 25, 2012 09:08:13 AM »

My sons girlfriends sisters daughter (I wish there was an easier way to say that!) is growing so fast she has already grown out of the 3-6month sized sun hats and yesterday as we sat in the sunshine her hat kept popping off her head! So today as it's another glorious sunny day here I decided I would make her a new one  Grin
She wasn't at home when I went round to drop it off but hopefully I will get a snap of her wearing it soon.
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« Reply #2875 on: May 25, 2012 02:35:24 PM »

waggonswest - of course you can count it. You figured out how and created a video, that's a new crafty skill, doesn't matter if the video used in the end isn't the one you made.
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« Reply #2876 on: May 25, 2012 08:23:56 PM »

cute hat Kookaloo, how about saying your son's kind of niece?
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« Reply #2877 on: May 26, 2012 04:53:04 AM »

Geeze I havn't posted any updates to my 50 projects in a long time...I actually have a free few minutes this morning so I can get caught up here. Smiley

I've been getting a bunch of requests for spare tire covers...so I've been making a lot of those lately...

And I started on my beekeepers quilt...I think I have about 50 puffs done...only like 350 more..hehe Smiley

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20  Beekeepers Quilt


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22.  Autism Awareness Ribbon Tire Cover


23.  Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon Tire Cover


24.  Granny Circle Tire Cover
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« Reply #2878 on: May 26, 2012 07:08:02 AM »

I am working on crafts for PRIDE on the 18th of June, tons of rainbow scarves made from t-shirts (thank you Micheal's for 5 for $10 shirts as I need 7 for these plus some black and white) Rainbow ribbon necklaces and some recovered Journals I got for $.40 so with a fun simple cover (Micheal's has glitter/shimmer paper $1 a sheet, each sheet can be made to cover 3 journals so i can sell the journals for $3-$4) also some paper flower hair clips that I will probably sell for a buck for medium or 2 for $3 for large
I may come up with a few more crafts but I have a very limited time and I am trying hard to make sure that I keep my prices low as well as my cost since I hate how vendors gouge everyone at the festival and if a rainbow t-shirt scarf costs me $1.50-$2.50 to make than I dont see why I shouldn't sell them for $5-$6 especially since I am sharing a booth with others
We are also going to do body painting using body paint pens and I will also do glitter paint and rhinestones
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« Reply #2879 on: May 26, 2012 02:23:11 PM »

I made two more sun hats for Skyla today  Grin I'm counting all three as one project. Here are the pics, I think they came out rather sweet  Smiley
 

That isn't a beer can modelling them, it's my money box  Cheesy

I crocheted around a stone  Roll Eyes My hubby had seen some online and it was one of those " I bet you can make them" things.
I'm calling it a paperweight  Wink #10 bamboo thread and a stone from the beach at Skegness  Wink


I also made a new cover for my deckchair but as it's not re-assembled yet I can't count it as complete - fingers crossed it will be ready tomorrow  Smiley
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