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« on: October 11, 2005 01:01:07 PM »

Hi there! I really wanna make some stuff for my room but I don't know what! So I've come to my buddies at craftster to help me  Wink

I bought 2 sheets at Value Village. 1 sheet is a bunch of poses of Mickey Mouse. The other is Smurfs! w00t!

I was just wondering if anyone had any ideas of what I can do with these items to spiff my room up Smiley My room is pretty boring by the way.

All I really thought of was make a few throw pillows, but I want something else. What do you all think I should do with these sheets?

"What r u drawing?" --Deb
"A liger." --Napoleon
"What's a Liger?"
"Well, It's pretty much my favourite animal, it's a lion and a tiger mixed. Bred 4 their skill in magic."
"Hmm. Where's your friend?" --Deb
"I dunno. Have you seen him today?" --Napoleon
"No." --Deb
"Ok Bye." --Napoleon
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2005 07:02:07 AM »

Which one are you into? I wouldn't combine the two.You could upholster a footstool with them. A chair.You can cut them up and modgepodge them to your nightstand.You can line shelves with them. You can use them as wallpaper behind your bed if you use liquid starch on them to put them up.You didn't say what the rest of your room is, so it is hard to make more suggestions than that. If I knew what colors you already had, and your style, it would be a little easier. But hopefully this will get those ideas going for you. Good luck!
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2005 11:43:41 PM »

You could sew the two sheets together for a reversible comforter or blanket cover.
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