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51  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Wooden beads bracelets galore on: July 31, 2009 10:15:21 AM
Romy (10), her dad and I, made a pile of bracelets for an upcoming flea market on our doorstep:


We used wooden beads and elastic.
Don't they look festive?
BeaG
52  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Easter / Pastel Easter Eggs (edited to add new eggs) on: March 15, 2009 09:49:49 AM
Here are my crocheted pastel Easter eggs:





I hope you like them.
BeaG


Added on 23 March: similar Easter eggs in yellow!





Thank you for looking.
How do you like these?
BeaG
53  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Easter / Chocolate Easter Eggs Wreath on: March 15, 2009 09:46:41 AM
Here's a wreath I made, using 2 kilos of chocolate Easter eggs!





Edited to add: I glued the wrapped chocolate eggs with a hot glue gun on a straw wreath.

I hope you like it.
BeaG

Edited to add:
PS: we don't put our wreaths on the outside of a door.
Instead we hang them on the wall of for instance our living room, put them on a mantle piece or a cupboard or a bookshell, etc.
Or we ly them flat on a table, for instance as a centerpiece on a dinner table.
This particular one should not be hung/put on a sunny spot!
Or close to a chocolate addict..., lol.
54  Halloween / Halloween Decor and Parties / Our handmade Halloween decorations on: November 06, 2008 04:30:27 AM
We had a lovely Halloween party for Marc's 9 year old daughter and her friends.
Marc and I spent some fun hours crafting for it:

Halloween 2008, pic.01 by Made by BeaG, on Flickr

Halloween 2008, pic.02 by Made by BeaG, on Flickr

Halloween 2008, pic05 by Made by BeaG, on Flickr

Halloween 2008, pic03 by Made by BeaG, on Flickr

Halloween 2008, pic04 by Made by BeaG, on Flickr

Halloween 2008, pic07 by Made by BeaG, on Flickr

Halloween 2008, pic08 by Made by BeaG, on Flickr

Halloween 2008, pic09 by Made by BeaG, on Flickr

Halloween 2008, pic11 by Made by BeaG, on Flickr

Halloween 2008, pic10 by Made by BeaG, on Flickr

Halloween 2008, pic06 by Made by BeaG, on Flickr


BeaG
55  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Selling Crafts on Etsy.com / January sales numbers on: February 01, 2007 06:54:03 AM
How many items did you sell from your Etsy shop in January?
I sold 27 items (two of them have not been paid for yet).
I think that is pretty good, considering January is supposed to be a slow month.
BeaG
56  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Selling Crafts on Etsy.com / Any European Craftsters on Etsy? on: June 16, 2006 09:18:27 AM
I am thinking about opening a small Etsy shop, but shipping rates from here (The Netherlands) to for instance the United States are sky high.
I would like to hear experiences from other European Etsy shop owners.
Any advice is greatly appreciated.
Gr,
BeaG
57  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Would like to get tips on knitting with ribbon yarn on: January 10, 2006 11:53:40 AM
The only thriftstore around here started selling lots of different yarns for only 0,75 ($ 0,90) per 50 grams. Yeah! You can figure I built up quite a stash already...
I have 10 x 50 grams of Idena Carisio (multicoloured) and 10 x 50 grams of Idena Candy (light blue), both ribbon yarns.
This is the only example I could find on the internet (btw: did you see the price?).
But I have never knitted with ribbon yarn before. So I could do with some tips.
What is the best stitch to use?
The only use I can think of is for scarves. Would 500 grams be enough for other projects?
If I use large size needles, will my project stretch out?
Well, any tip on working with ribbon yarn is welcome.
Thanks!
BeaG
58  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Craftster Picture Hosting Support / Too small? on: November 17, 2005 06:21:42 AM
I'm starting to get into bandwith trouble for direct linking from my Photobucket, so I looked into the picture hosting possibility here at Craftster.
I find that resizing my pictures to a max. of 75K or 350x350 pixels makes them too small and of very poor quality.
Anybody else experiencing this problem?
Gr,
BeaG
59  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / I finished another consignment (double) portrait on: October 07, 2005 01:23:39 AM
Here it is.
It is very difficult to take a picture of a coloured pencil drawing, so keep in mind that the original artwork looks better.
Gr,
BeaG
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