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11  Mr. & Mrs. Scarecrow on the cheap in Thanksgiving by Just as I am on: September 26, 2011 12:49:30 PM
I recycle a bunch of stuff I had around the house to make this couple for my porch. The clothes were the most expensive and they only cost me $2 at Goodwill. thanks for looking. C & C welcome
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12  Topsy Turvy Man in Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects by Just as I am on: July 15, 2011 10:14:34 AM
I bought some ground cover to plant on a ditch that runs across the front of my yard. But it has been so hot, I just couldn't dig up the area and plant it. But I had to do something with it. I was determined to keep it alive.

So this is what I did.
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13  An Apron For A Friend in Machine Embroidery: Completed Projects by Just as I am on: May 16, 2011 07:00:01 PM
I embroidered on this store bought apron and then brought up the bottom to form 2 pockets. I made this for a woman that is tiny and wanted one to wear when she has her yard sales. I think it turned out okay. CC appreciated.
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14  Colton's Train Cake in Dessert by Just as I am on: March 20, 2011 05:31:07 PM
I know this won't win any ribbons but my nephew sure was happy.
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15  Maddie's Sixth Birthday Cake in Dessert by Just as I am on: November 12, 2010 12:08:21 PM
Maddie is my Great Niece and she loves Strawberry Shortcake. So this is what I made for her party.
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16  Re: My First (maybe my last) wedding cake in Dessert by Just as I am on: October 17, 2009 06:16:56 AM
Thanks so much for the positive feedback. I have been asked to make another and I probably will.

The cake wasn't as difficult as I thought it would be. Mainly it was the stress of doing something I had never done before. And REMEMBER TO USE SUPPORTS. I forgot mine and had to take the cake apart and redo it.  And being my nephew I did a lot of the cooking for the reception.

We had an outdoor reception and unseasonable rains. The area flooded a couple times. I tried to add a  photo of the yard (flooded) the morning of the wedding. There was about 3 inches of water in the reception area.

Here is a photo of the set up when we got done.

An this is what it looked like just before we left for the church for the ceremony.
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17  My First (maybe my last) wedding cake in Dessert by Just as I am on: October 12, 2009 12:56:33 PM
It was an honor for me when my nephew to ask me to make the cake for his wedding reception. I thought maybe 30 guests. Well, they well exceeded that number. I have never made a tier cake, I make cakes for the kids for their birthdays. Any way this was my first try so please take that into consideration when you comment.

The photographer took out the background to show off the cake more.

Thanks for looking!
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18  99 cent Flower Girl Dress in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by Just as I am on: September 29, 2009 08:31:52 PM
I bought a wedding dress at a thrift store for .99, took it apart, added scrap ribbon and made this flower girl dress.

C & C welcome.
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19  Can anyone interpret this fabric? in Discussion and Questions by Just as I am on: September 18, 2009 03:09:02 PM
A friend cleaned out her sewing room and gave me a lot of fabric. I want to make her an apron for Christmas and do not want to offend her in any way.

Here is the problem, I have no idea what language this lettering is, what end is up or what it says.  If you can answer any of these questions, please do.

Thanks so much
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20  Man Size Smokey the Bear Costume in Costumes: Completed Projects by Just as I am on: August 26, 2009 07:33:38 PM
I made this for my nephew - I don't have a photo of the feet but they were fur also. I added a belt with a large SMOKEY belt buckle -- but this will give you an idea of what he looked like. I cleaned up the background with white. My nephew is about 6ft tall
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