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181  My digustingly early (or shamefully late) Christmas/Holiday cards (pic OBESE!) in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by digital misfit on: April 15, 2008 04:21:59 PM
I went kinda card crazy last year and made far too many cards.  These are a few of my fave ones that I kept.

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182  Re: Reputable charity organizations that accept Paypal donations? in Crafty Charitable/Social Causes by digital misfit on: April 11, 2008 06:55:37 PM
The Strive For Life Foundation accepts donations via PayPal.  This cause is very dear to me.  The charity was founded by one of my closest friends and I am a board member.  It is a 501(c)3 registered charity (so donations are tax deductible)  and was founded to help provide aid and change the lives of Romanian street children and orphans.
I will be going to Romania this July to work with the children, and we are right now in the process of working on starting up our own camp outside of Bucharest.

We welcome donations of all kinds - monetary, needed items, crafts for a charity auction, etc.


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183  Re: What to do with peacock feathers -- for my wedding? in Weddings and Bridal Showers by digital misfit on: March 29, 2008 09:36:09 PM
I think a full circle fan of peacock feathers spread out around (and under) the base of the cake would make a dramatic centerpiece.  It would also make for some interesting cake photos.

Also, having your bridesmaids (or just your attendant of honor) wear something like this: would be gorgeous - very   Hollywood glamor!
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184  Amazing fabric...need reconstruct ideas (img) in Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions by digital misfit on: March 10, 2008 01:33:58 PM
Brand new Craftster here, and already asking questions!

I bought this skirt on eBay about 2 years ago.  I fell in love with the fabric immediately and sniped it at midnight for a total cost of less than $15.  It is a size 18 woven cotton circle skirt (with a few random ill-sewn sequins scattered about and falling off in many places).  It fits fine, but a woven circle skirt is not a great look on a plus size gal with my measurements (size 18-22 hourglass).  It adds inches to my already ample backside.  I cannot bear to part with the material, so I am looking for some reconstruct ideas that will transform these works of art into a new work of art!

My sewing skills are improving, but I am ideally looking for something that a novice can construct.  I have successfully worked with patterns in the past, but it has been many years (I am 32).

the skirt spread out in all its glory

and a closeup of some of the artworks featured on it
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