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311  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions / Jewelry Challenge Theme--Voting Closed on: December 12, 2009 04:02:25 PM
Jewelry Challenge 1--Colors of the Sea!

January 20-February 10

Posting your project February 3-February 10, 9 pm Pacific

Voting: February 11-Feb 17, 9 pm Pacific

Winner Announced February 18



Thanks everyone for contributing to the Challenge Ideas thread! I've culled the ones that seemed to have the most support and ones that jumped out at me. For ones that were more vague (a seasons challenge) I've picked something to narrow down the category this time around. Continue to add to that thread please for ideas for other challenges! I'll leave voting up for a month and then post the contest rules and whatnot when we have a challenge picked. Happy Voting!
312  QUILTING / Quilting: Completed Projects / NES Controller Mini Quilt on: December 04, 2009 11:29:43 PM
I made this mini quilt for my partner Magadoo in the Mini Art Quilt Swap 2!  One of her themes was nintendo/Mario/Zelda and I finally decided on a controller. I used a pebbled looking pattern for the light gray and an animal print for the dark gray, and yummy yummy bamboo blend batting because I love it.  I forget the exact dimensions but it was something like 12 by 30 inches.

I had a little trouble piecing the D-pad since it needed to be outlined in gray and it took me a while to wrap my thick head around that! And it's not as proportional to the A and B buttons as I would like, but overall I think you can tell what it's supposed to be!

I embroidered "start," "select," "A," and "B" but it's kinda hard to see in the pics

Giant Buttons!

Back and binding

313  Calls for Swap Angels / Swap Angel Archive / 1 Angel FOUND for Birthday Swap--Belgium on: November 28, 2009 03:32:23 PM
Swap Name: November 2009 Birthday Swap
Original Thread link: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=326286.0
Gallery thread link: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=326287.0
# of Flakers: 1
Crafster in need of Angel: Riechan
Angel: SaphireFaerie

Unfortunately we need an angel for Riechan in the birthday swap. She lives in Belgium. This swap is list style and although she was originally picked to get a stencilled t-shirt with a quote on it, her angel could choose anything off of her list that is a medium item or items to make the equivalent of an item.

She has a great list to choose from, so hopefully you can find something! Please pm me if you would like to send Riechan a bday present!

Here is her list:

Hello everyone ^^
I'm a 20 year old girl (birthday on 9th of November) living in Belgium (Europe) and am studying architecture at the moment, my 3rd year already.
I am very interested in everything about Japan (the language, culture, music, lolita fashion, ...), I love anime, manga and Japanese drama. I also love fairies, animals (birds, dogs), ... check my wist or blog or wathever  to see what I also like (or just ask  ) One of my greatest hobbies, besides crafting, is singing! I love singing musical, disney, pop, ... music.
The crafts I do are drawing, jewelery, painting, poppet making, papercraft (handbound books), polymar clay (beginner), sewing, crochet (beginner), stencilling.
I always love to try new things.
Due to school I don't have much time to craft but if I have some spare time you can always find me crafting ^^

likes: kawaii, cute, flowers, hot pink, black, silver, polka dots, stripes, red, green-blue, geisha, ...
dislikes: skulls, baby blue, baby pink, itchy yarn, brooches, neon, ...
I am allergic to dust and smoke and I don't have pierced ears (yet) I have pierced ears !! whoot ^^

Okay so here's my list:
- Steampunk jewellry (I would love a ring or pendant)
- Kokeshi doll pendant (not to big)
- Nest ring or Tree of life pendant Thankyou uluru!!
- spoon / fork pendant
- chunky bracelet in the colours hot pink/red/black or see my wist...
- a ring with a kanzashi flower on top
- A jewellery holder for my necklaces, bracelets and rings.
- clip-on earrings ( I can't find the findings around here :s) no need any more, I got pierced ears now!
- a kanzashi hair piece, examples on my wist

- a stencilled Tshirt with one of my fav anime characters. (pm me for list  )
- a stencilled Tshirt with one of my fav quotes: Flowers in full bloom do not last foreverThankyou NiinaMaria!! flaked on  
- a corset like this
- !!!Cloth pads for the lighter and heavier days!!! + a pouch to hold them.
- Bloomers: white
- A petticoat (not the linedancing ones, but the less fluffier, more Lolita ones.): white or black
- Knitted/crochet armwarmers with a cute little bow (I'll pm you for colours => should match my new coat)
- Lunascarf : black
- obi belt like this one

- homemade soaps:  Peaches, Chocolate, Watermelon, Green Apple, Strawberry, Liquorice?, creative scents  (I am alsways surprised what soap makers can get their soaps to smell like  ) (no eucalyptus or mint)
- A purse made from manga papers like this
- magic ball of yarn
- Threadcatcher
- A Laptop cozy (pm me for size)
- A Lolita or Victorian dressed poppet: with a normal skin colour and hot pink/purple/black hair
- quilt (this one doesn't have to be big.)
- A wallet like this (I need a smaller wallet when I don't have a large bag with me) Thankyou alwaysinmyroom!!

Anything related to
- help me study my japanese like flashcards (with images), ...
- architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright,...
- Anime/Manga: SKIP Beat, Gravitation, Detective Conan, Snow Fairy Sugar, FMA, Death Note, (pm me for my list)
- Japanese drama: Hana yori dango, Hana kimi, Nodame cantabile, ...
- Lolita (mostly clothing and accessoires)
- Harry potter: Harry, Sneep (potions), Ron, Hermione (see my wist for some ideas)
- Disney: I love Mulan, Little Mermaid, Pocahontas, Anastacia,...
- one of my fav Japanese actors: Matsumoto Jun (for pictures and stuff, just pm me  )
- my wist: be warned, it's looooong  http://www.wists.com/Riechan

Craft Supplies
- (dark) red, black, white lace (white = preferable eyelet lace)
- FABRIC : Japanese/nice prints/cute[/color]
-  Patterns skirts, dresses and shirts
-  Drawing supplies:  pens, pencils,a white aquarelpaint tube
-  Book: 99 ways to cut, trim and wear your Tshirt !!!
-  glue that I can use to stick my plastic stencils to shirts without leaving a white stain ...
   (something like 3M Craft glue) (can't find it around here)
- Jewellery findings: Ring bases, bead caps, closings, glue-on silver bails ...
- freezer paper (can't find it anywhere in Belgium)
- fabric paint: blue-green, green, yellow, white (no black)
- diamond glaze
- feathers
- different gauges and coloours of wire (I only have 24 gauge silver)
- Craft books on Amazon

- A stamp carving kit (starter)
- A resin kit (starter)  (I have never seen resin around here in the craftstore)
- A soap making kit (starter) I would love to try this and experiment with all kinds of scents and colours!

- candy that's typical for your country/area.
- Gothic Lolita bible, preferably in english (you can't get them in Belgium :s)
- my favourite drink is chocolate milk, so hot chocolate mix would be really nice.
I would like to try many more kinds ^^
-Manga/Japan books on Amazon
- maybe as a little extra, something typical of your country? (I have started a collection with little stuff)
- bentobox/goodies

Thankyou in advance for claiming me
Happy Birthday to the November Birthday girls/boys!!
314  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / December Bday Swap--needs organizer! on: November 23, 2009 02:18:04 PM
Hey guys, do we have some december bday babes who need extra love because they get a bit forgotten during the holiday rush? I'm organizing november and I'll commit to January and March, anybody up for taking on december?
315  Calls for Swap Angels / Swap Angel Archive / 2 of 2 Angels Found for Book Club and Swap~Thank You! on: November 13, 2009 08:40:52 PM
Swap Name: Book Club and Swap

Original Thread link:

Gallery thread link:

# of Flakers: 2
Angel for sorbetsurprise: Kerallyn
Angel for trampycouture: cjclark

I need an angel for sorbetsurprise in the Book Club and Swap. I would love if someone who lives in the UK volunteered, so sorbetsurprise won't have to wait too long!

I now need an angel for trampycouture. She is in the USA

The requirements are only 2 mediums and 1 small, and they could be book themed or you could fulfill the swap requirements to make something according to sorbesurprise' tastes and likes. (you could communicate with her)

Please pm me if you would like to angel

316  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Bath and Beauty Featured Member--smittenheart! on: November 10, 2009 09:56:29 PM
The next Craftster member to be featured in Bath and Body is ~ the always fabulous smittenheart!

She has been a member of Craftster since January of 2008, and is a frequent poster on the Bath & Beauty Boards.  She posts great projects on the completed projects board and is always one of the first ones to offer help and advice on the discussions and questions board.

These are some of my personal favorite projects of hers:

Paprika Colored Soap

Vanilla Milk Bath

tis the season for layering

Felted sweater owl bag

And, of course, she is the one who brought out the dirty underworld of soaping into the publics eye: soap licking!

Heres a little bit about smittenheart, in her own words:
 I am a mama to two boys - Ryan 11yo and Shane 5yo.I am originally from Hawaii and currently live in Washington DC.I have been crafting since I was 6yo - tearing up old t-shirts to make handbags or wrist cuffs. I have a studio in my basement that serves as an inspiration point for my jewelry making, knitting and soaping endeavors.
  I found craftster.org by chance. My sister in law gave me the link, explained to me what exactly swapping was and I was HOOKED. Craftster has served as an excellent inspirational point for me. I have taken up working with polymer clay and resin because of the AWESOME projects that fellow craftsters have postedsuch a talented group of people!

Q: Why (and when) did you begin making Bath and Body items?

A: I started making B&B things when I was pregnant with my oldest son. I was worried about getting stretch marks and I have always had an interest in balms and salves. I went to a bookstore and found a book about soaps, lotions, salves and balms. In the book there was a recipe for making a stretch mark oil. I went to various health food stores for my ingredients went home whipped up a batch and I WAS HOOKED. I WANTED to learn EVERYTHING I could about oil properties and what they could do to my skin.

Q: What is your B&B philosophy (as far as all-natural, animal products, etc)?

A: I dont think I have a philosophy about WHAT are absolutes to use and NOT use. I do believe that you should use what is as easily accessible to you as possible and to NOT get caught up in using something that is unattainable to you. If you can t find that HARD to find oil or butter than use what you can find.

Q: Besides soap, what other B&B items do you make?

A: I also make balms, salves and just recently I have been toying with making body butter.

Q: How did your first soap making project go for you?

A: I cant say that my first of ANYTHING went very well. When I made my first CP soap my hand was trembling so hard I was nervous about any lye getting on me. Even though I had ALL of the precautions I was soo nervous. The soap ended up being usable but I couldnt imagine the process being ANY fun since I was soo nervous. I made my next batch a few days later and that was it. I had found yet another obsession.

Q: What other crafts do you do besides Bath & Beauty? What's your favorite? What do you consider your best craft?

A: ohh..favorite..that s a hard one..lets see probably knitting..it amazes me how you can take a ball of yarn and turn it into something wearable and something that can tailor to your own style..

Q: What are your favorite (and/or least favorite) techniques (oven processing, hmmmm?)

A: favorite techniques..in soaping CP..overall I like making resin jewelry..and yes..least HAS to be by far CPOP..I havent figured that little booger out

Q: You seem to have a bit of an obsession with vanilla. Should we stage an intervention?

A: YES!I seriously CAN NOT help it. Even scents that I dont  think have vanilla in it- do. I am trying to give other scents a try and to expand my horizons

Q: What is your favorite B&B project on Craftster that you posted?

A:  Because I had read and read that adding sugar to soap was a BAD idea since it may make your soap sticky and it would NEVER set. This soap ended up being my favorite. It cured well and it is both a soap and scrub.

Red Current and Thyme Tea Sugar Soap

Q: What is your favorite B&B project on Craftster that someone else has posted?  

A: I think that this project has helped soo many people overcome the fear of making soap. Its detailed and the photos are great for people that are visual learners. Seeing how many people have made soap because of the tutorial makes me soo happy and just reinforces the giving and sharing nature of Craftster.

Soap Making Tutorial  by OhHappyDay


Q: What is your favorite non-B&B project on Craftster that you have posted?  

A: It was one of the first projects that I did using resin and photos. This was a present for a friend and she was totally surprised by it. The picture was the inspiration for me to try out using resin and I had soo much fun.

Resin Photo Necklace and Bracelet


Q: What is your favorite non-B&B project on Craftster that someone else has posted?  And why (with link to project)

A: NEED I SAY MORE! This bag is amazing. I have been obsessed with this bag since I first came across it and though I make felted items I could NEVER attempt making this bag,its too AWESOME!

Shrimp Sushi Bag by ax174


Thanks so much for sharing a little about yourself! And thanks for being a wonderful part of the Craftster community!

If you see someone that you would like to see featured on this board, please feel free to send a pm to myself or Nymeria.
317  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions / November 2009 Jewelry and Trinkets Featured Member~ CohesiveChaos! on: November 05, 2009 04:34:25 PM
The next Jewelry and Trinkets member to be featured is ~ CohesiveChaos! She has been a member of Craftster since January of 2007, and is a frequent poster on the various Jewelry and Trinket boards. You can find her all over Crafster though, from quilting and sewing to fiber and crochet! I was actually familiar with her fabulous work as a quilter and didnt realize that she made jewelry!

These are a few of my personal favorite projects of hers:

Gnarly Pink Tree of Life

Chainmaille and Glass Bracelets

A few multi media pieces

Necklace Inspired by Lifesavers

My very first handspun

A teeny tiny purse

Heres what CohesiveChaos has to say about herself:

Im April or CohesiveChaos, a 32 year old mother of 2 and have been married to the love of my life for almost 13 years.  I was very fortunate to be raised in a family of insanely talented and industriously artistic individuals who have always been encouraging and amazing in their desire to teach and share their work.  For me, creating has always been a passion, not something that I am driven to do, but something that drives me.  There is nothing more rewarding in my eyes than to bring something to life from raw materials. Creating is a state of being, and I am constantly creating something.  I go stir crazy if I dont have something constructive for my hands to do.  I remember as a little girl my grandma would say that idle hands are the devils playground, and I think it has stuck with me throughout my life because my hands are always busy.  If I were to post every project I have lying around finished, I would never have any time to create more lol.  I guess you could say Im in it for the experience more than any other reward/purpose.

My User name here on Craftster is exactly what it means organized disarray Which I think is the perfect way to describe any sort of art (or even just life in general).  I have been creating something for as long as I can remember.  

Q: Why (and when) did you begin making Jewelry?

A:  I first started making jewelry when I was in 3rd or 4th grade, remember friendship bracelets? I made them for all my friends, my mom taught me how to do all the cool designs in them with the different knots, chevron, adding beads, how to put names in them, it was my consuming force.  I think I probably made 100 of them in the first few months and it didnt take very long before I wanted to know how to make every imaginable type of jewelry I could though at 9 years old; I didnt have the budget for it that I do now.  

Q: What are your favorite materials to work with? Favorite tools?

A:  I adore working with resin and with clay.  Both offer such great potential for personal interpretation, and limitless possibilities in what can be created from them.  And when the two are combined (either to create molds or to incorporate together) the results are astounding.   I also have an innate love for wire and beautiful beads, beads may be my weakness, and living in the Pacific Northwest, so close to some of the most wonderful bead stores in the world, is a dangerous thing, for my wallet at least, lol.  My favorite tools are probably so basic they seem silly toothpicks, my fingers and Popsicle sticks, I can find a million uses for them in everything I do.

Q: Besides lovely pendants, what other kinds of jewelry/trinkets do you make?

A:  I love working with any material I can get my hands on, I enjoy making chainmail pieces, and beaded pieces that incorporate different styles of chain and beads one wouldnt expect to see together.  I love to make earrings, they are great busy work that I can make while I am watching TV with the family, and most recently Ive been experimenting with ways to make interesting pins and brooches.  

Q: How did your first jewelry making project go for you?

A:  Ive been very lucky with my first attempts at most things.  I made my first beaded jewelry when I was about 13, I bought a spool of fine wire and a bag of seed and bugle beads, I made this extremely intricate necklace, it was a choker done in peyote stitch (though at the time I had no idea what it was called, or even that other people did it) and it had waterfall details in the front.  I entered it in the county fair and took home the blue ribbon.  I wish I still had the piece, it probably attributes to my love of waterfall necklaces.  I really had no clue what I was doing, but was determined not to give up until Id made something I felt was impressive, lol.  

Q: Do you have any Craftster Crushes on other jewelry makers on the board? Who are they?

A:  There is so much talent here on Craftster, its hard to pick just a few.  I admire UntamedMenagerie, she makes me wish I had a nicer scroll saw and a steadier hand.  Japaya is also a big crush for me, her outlook on life, and the vibrancy of color in her pieces fascinates me greatly.  Petalmixer for her fabric flowers.

Q: Do you have any favorite techniques?

A:  My favorite technique is to experiment, at least I think we can call it a technique, lol.  I love to combine different techniques, and see what happens.  The experimentation sometimes leads to very unexpected results, and enjoy it most when the unexpected result leads to something that catches me off guard.  

Q: Are there any kinds of jewelry or techniques that you want to learn?

A:  I would love to learn to work with glass (hot and warm).  But I have 1 promise to my husband and that is that I would avoid things that require fire.  Im a leftie and slightly accident prone so he worries Id either catch myself on fire, or burn down the house.  I would also love to learn to work with metal grains and cast rings and pendants, but again, that leads to working with fire so until I convince the husband otherwise, these things will have to wait.

Q: You say youre accident prone; have you had any injuries related to jewelry making?

A:  Yes, I have lol, probably more than I should mention. Most recently, I had to make a jewelry set to wear to a formal event, so I wanted to use these oversized resin rhinestones as dangles, and I had to  grind the tips off of them and drill holes for the bails.  As I was drilling the stones (stupidly holding them in my hands as I did it) I felt my hands were slightly numb and didnt take a break like I should have, and I ended up drilling a hole through my finger with a tiny, tiny drill bit.  I tried to hide it, because I didnt want my husband to know what I had done, and the ball was the next night.  But ended up having to go to the ER for X-rays (I hit the bone and did nerve damage) and they had to catheterize the wound to clean out the resin.  Its amazing the damage such a tiny hole created.  I had to wear bandaids on my hand with a ball gown, but made the best of it by explaining it was a wound from the battle of looking fabulous, lol.

Q: Where do you get inspiration for your projects?

A:  Inspiration can be found everywhere: from the simplest things like the view out the back door, to the vibrancy of a good friends personality or even an outfit you see in a shop window; nothing is off limits.  More often than not, my problem is too much inspiration, I am often overwhelmed by the beauty around me, and I can see the beauty even in things that wouldnt be considered classically beautiful.   I really feel like jewelry should say something about the wearer, as much as it should about the creator.   And much like any piece of art, I think they should say something different to everyone that views them.  I think my best work occurs when I sit down and have nothing in mind other than a desire to make something, and I get to see something come to life that even I didnt expect.  

Q: What other crafts do you do?

A:  I tend to throw my hands into every crafting pool that I can afford to dip my feet in.  My Grandma taught me to sew from a very young age, and clothing design and fashion are probably my strongest suit in crafting, though I dont show much of what I do in that world.  I sculpt, paint, draw, etch glass, quilt, knit, crochet, spin, needle felt, and most recently screen printing.  

Q: What is your favorite J &T project on Craftster that you posted?

A:  Because I think everyone has experienced the pain of having a broken heart, and as we heal, the scars dont make us less perfect, they just add some wabi-sabi (or the perfection of imperfection).  Its our experiences that make us who we are, and we would all do better if we learned to embrace that.

Resin Pendants

Q: What is your favorite J&T project on Craftster that someone else has posted?  

A:  This is by far and away one of the coolest projects Ive ever seen, and the best use of available materials.  Too fascinating for words! Though I could say the same about any of her jewelry projects, I truly admire this piece.

Lets Recycle by Japaya

Q: What is your favorite non-J&T project on Craftster that you have posted?  

A: I love my little Octopus lamp.  I really had no goal when I started this other than to make something, and watching this piece come to life in front of my eyes absolutely fascinated me from start to finish, he isnt perfect but he is a masterpiece in my eyes.

Tiny Octopus Lamp

Q: What is your favorite non-J&T project on Craftster that someone else has posted?  

A:  This corset is absolutely stunning: a beautiful balance of mixed materials and techniques and finishing styles.  I love that it encompasses everything beautiful about nature, including the flaws.  Ive been enamored by it from the day it was posted.

Bird Tree Corset by Smicksy

Q: If you could offer any advice to beginning Jewelry Craftsters out there, what would that be?

A:  Advice is my favorite thing! I have a few things Id say:
Keep at it.  Even if youre not perfect the first go around, anything worth doing gets better with practice, and has a learning curve.
Experiment, part of the fun of anything is the ability to make it your own.  And the only way to learn new things is to go for it and try them out.  There is no such thing as failure, only learning experiences.
Take notes, if youre not good with memory, keep notes in a binder or spiral, it doesnt have to be fancy, but it can be difficult to remember what worked and what didnt, so keeping notes as you work is the best way to ensure that you will get consistent results. And having notes will keep you from repeating an experiment that didnt work the first time (and will give you a road map for figuring out what might work the 2nd or 3rd).  

Q:  What is your proudest accomplishment with your jewelry making?

A: Aside from being featured here?  Honestly, I guess it would be actually finishing my book on Resin.  Albeit, the publisher went under a short bit before it was done, I still stuck with it and finished it.  I typically dont have the concentration or attention span to stop for photos as I work on anything, so it was a real learning experience for me, and really taught me a lot about not only the processes I follow, but the reasons that I create things.  

Thank you so much April, for answering my questions and sharing about yourself with the Crafster community. And thanks for all the wonderful projects you post!

If you have a Jewelry/Trinket member you would like to learn more about, please shoot me a pm with your nomination.
318  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / Homemade Robin on: November 02, 2009 10:00:35 PM
My nephews really really wanted to be Batman and Robin this year. They found a Batman costume pretty easily, but a Robin costume that fit the 4 year old was nowhere to be found. Enter me.

I was mostly concerned with keeping the little booger warm, so everything is fleece--pants, vest, and cape. (and belt). The shirt was a store bought turtleneck, add in a facemask, some arm shields and some accessories for his belt, and he was a happy little guy. And I spent $9 total!

Here's the $20 inspiration...I didn't do too badly, right?   Grin

319  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Halloween Bath & Beauty Challenge! Dates extended! on: November 01, 2009 01:34:12 PM
Hey all, don't forget to enter the B&B Halloween challenge! The dates are extended through the 5th. Enter your soaps, nails, creepy make-up NOW!  Grin

Go here for more info and the board to post your entry on: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?board=419.0

What are you waiting for??
320  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / The Swap Gallery / November 2009 Birthday Swap Gallery and Discussion on: November 01, 2009 12:05:18 AM
Please keep all discussion and pics here. The main thread is lists only~ https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=326286.0

Birthday Swappers:

(Claims Made/Sent-inTransit/Sent-Received) Gifts coming

bkrenning4 Nov 11 FOC (0/0/0) 1 Gift
NiinaMaria Nov 7 FOC (1/0/0) 1 Gift
Riechan Nov 9  (1/0/1) 3 Gifts
Faren Nov 28  FOC (1/0/1) 3 Gifts
Craftsy Nov 13 FOC (1/0/1) 2 Gifts
uluru Nov 7 (3/0/3) 2 Gifts
PaleAngelLex Nov 5 FOC (1/0/1) 2 Gift
nancy01602 Nov 20 FOC (1/0/1) 2 Gift
edenkitty Nov 25 FOC (1/0/1) 1 Gift
StephanieGravatt Nov 10 (1/0/1) 2 Gifts
scaramouche Nov 27 FOC (1/0/1) 1 Gift
DizzerSpinninRound Nov 17 (2/2/0) 2 Gifts

Non-Birthday Swappers:

SevsOnlyGirl FOC (0/0/0) (no claims, feedback removed)
MareMare FOC (1/0/1)
alwaysinmyroom FOC (3/0/3)
EnginerdLisa FOC (1/1/0)
missdolly  FOC (1/1/0)
Strawberryh FOC (2/2/0)

SaphireFaerie Angel

PM Organizer
Late with Communication


Send by Mon, Nov. 16:
**NiinaMaria to Riechan--a stencilled Tshirt with one of my fav quote
alwaysinmyroom to Riechan--wallet TY card received

Send by Tues, Nov 17:
uluru to Riechan--tree of life pendant and nest ring
Faren to Craftsy--rat t-shirt

Send by Wed, Nov 18:
PaleAngelLex to Faren--embroidered tea towels

Send by Fri, Nov 20:
Craftsy to NiinaMaria--baby food jar pincushion and felt needle book NiinaMaria MIA, assuming received

Send by Sat, Nov 21
alwaysinmyroom to PaleAngelLex--needlebook TY card?

Send by Mon, Nov 23
alwaysinmyroom to uluru--birthday surprise!
MareMare to nancy01602--pouches for cables, memory sticks, etc and surprise TY card?
Riechan to uluru--pretty business card holder and surprise Sending Wed.
uluru to nancy01602--birdie themed surprise!

Send by Tues, Nov 24
edenkitty to Faren--wisty surprise!
StephanieGravatt to Faren--small project bags for knitting

Send by Wed, Nov 25
scaramouche to bkrenning4--wisty surprise!

Send by Tues, Dec 1
Faren to StephanieGravatt--Jayne's hat (from firefly)

Send by Wed, Dec 2
EnginerdLisa to edenkitty--bath products TY card?
nancy01602 to uluru--wisty surprise

Send by Sat, Dec 5
missdolly to craftsy--amigurumi animal and UK candy TY card?
Strawberryh to scaramouche--costume jewelry and 4x4 inch fabric squaresTY card?
Srawberryh to dizzerspinninround--felt plus trinkets TY card?

Send My Mon, Dec 7
DizzerSpinninRound to nancy01602--jewelry and surprise
DizzerSpinninRound to PaleAngelLex--circuit board jewelry and surprise

Send by Wed, Dec 9
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**SaphireFaerie (ANGEL) to Riechan--chunky bracelet, marble magnets, plus extras  

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