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1  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Re: Princess dress on: December 14, 2012 09:29:16 AM
 Smiley very cute
2  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Rarity - My Little Pony on: December 14, 2012 09:08:13 AM
I made Rarity because I had white fleece Roll Eyes

I used Deer Doe pattern (you can find the pattern in tutorial section). I only made changes in the head.

3  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Mini fleece food for barbie on: December 13, 2012 01:51:19 PM
While thinking for gifts for my nieces I found felt food a nice idea. Then this idea came to my head, since one of my nieces is super fan of barbie doll why not make lovely mini food for her barbie? I didn't have felt so I chose doing it in polar fleece.

The cake can be hold with a band or in pieces.

I made: a cake, french fries, 2 hamburgers (each 2 slices of bread, 3 pieces of meat, 2 tomatoes, 2 slices of cheese, 3 leaves of lettuce), 3 fried eggs, 1 big lettuce, 2 leeks, 2 apples,2 carrots; a pizza cut in 4 slices and for dessert a box of 6 donuts (3 pairs of different flavors/colors), and two ice cream cones.

Very Happy with the result I hope she is as well. Hope you like it Smiley

4  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General / (Tutorial) Origami Paper Boxes for little presents! on: December 02, 2011 04:49:56 AM

So I made this tutorial a while ago for sharing in a spanish website. I found the instructions in a website that I don't remember now (sorry but I made them for last year xmas), but the tutorial lacked of images and it was difficult to follow. So I decided to make my own since it's easier for me to learn with more pictures!

Let's get started  Grin

Materials: Paper or cardboard, scissors, ruler or squad, pencil.
Optional: rubber (if you use the pencil only on one of the sides and let that side looking face up there shouldn't be any pencil traces), glue (I didn't use glue for mine since it all stays in it place but if you use a soft paper it might be useful)

Tips: The actual size of the box will be 3 times smaller than the size of the square paper that you start off. A 6"x6" square will result in a 2"x2" box. To make the lid, just make the same box but add 0.5" to all the sides of the square. Box 6"x6", Lid 6.5" x 6.5", and so on. (note the original  measurements were in cm and I converted them I hope the conversion is good Cheesy)


Cut a square on the paper. Draw a diagonal line joining two tips of the square.

Fold the tips to the center, using your line as a reference.

Fold in half your square to get a rectangle.

Unfold the rectangle (you'll be in the square from step two) and fold it again like before but in the other direction.

Unfold everything. There will be a little square marked in the middle (I marked it with pencil) That will be the base for your box!

Draw two lines matching two sides of the little square in the middle (they must be parallel). I scratched my lines as soon as they left the square (I hope this has sense!). Cut through this lines without cutting the square in the center (that is why it might be useful scratching it a bit).

Lift the triangular corners (two corners will end up as a triangle, other two as a rectangle with triangle only on the side) Following the folds, fold the tip inside, then you should have a triangle which base matchs the box's base.

Fold the tips inside and then the sides. You will start figuring out that there is a box right there!

Use the fold marks as a reference and fold the flaps left to finish your box!

NOTE: I translated myself my original text, It might not be very clear and I am open to corrections!
5  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: THE MOST AMAZING ADVENT CALENDAR WITH TUTE!! (complete w/ photos) on: November 23, 2011 04:38:35 PM
I love ittttttttttttt!!!!
its cute, its original and neat  Smiley
6  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Beetroot chocolate muffins on: September 20, 2011 11:30:18 AM
well i tried it!! I liked it!!, I made a cream with cream and milk toffee and put it on top, and woah I liked it even more hehe.

Anyway when I was making the mix it ended a little bit dry so I added some water. I did not put the chocolate chips and it was "chocolative" enough for me.
7  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Homemade Sunbutter on: September 20, 2011 05:47:06 AM
just tried it!
did little modifications like baking the seeds over a frying pan instead of the oven and I did not put a sweetener because I prefer it salty. I used sunflower and sesame oil.
I really liked the result :-)
thank you!
8  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Apple Muffins on: September 20, 2011 04:25:12 AM
funny thing is that spring is coming for me... but I need to make them  Grin I will tell you how it goes!
9  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Re: Cactus Pincushion on: September 10, 2011 09:56:41 AM
I love it makes me wanna make one for myself!!
10  CLOTHING / Costumes: Completed Projects / Barbie a Fashion Fairytale DRESS on: August 07, 2011 06:19:55 AM
I made this dress for my niece, its from the movie Barbie a Fashion Fairytale. The silver belt  will be a silver lace (that I know I have but I need to look for somewhere) for her to wrap.

I hope she likes it :-)
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