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1  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 29 ENTRIES / Re: Rainbow Brite colorfulness! *pic heavy* on: July 12, 2008 03:50:51 PM
This is so cute!

I was too late for this challenge, but I would have picked Rainbow Brite too!  I even dressed up as Rainbow Brite for halloween last year.  She's too awesome not to love!

I have a dochsund too... you've given me evil ideas....   Grin
2  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 27 ENTRIES / Re: Fortune Shines Upon You... on: May 06, 2008 12:49:32 AM
Wow!  That's an awesome idea!!!!   Cheesy

I eat chinese food all the time... and this is such a great project to work on!
3  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 27 ENTRIES / Re: In Honor of Cinco De Mayo: Mini Beer Keg Lamp on: May 06, 2008 12:41:15 AM
This lamp made me smile.  I know a couple guys who'd love this lamp...
4  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 27 ENTRIES / Re: $7 Lamp/ Fish Tank crazyness! (PIC OBESE!) on: May 06, 2008 12:36:32 AM
I love this idea because it's CHEAP and I'm poor!  Lol... I was going to make a lamp using toilet paper rolls and christmas lights... since I seem to have an abundance of both laying around the house, but I got too worried that I'd burn down the house.  But, your project to include Mr. Moncho is clever!  It looks really good when it's dark and it's easy enough for a child to make as a craft project.
5  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 27 ENTRIES / Re: 35mm Porn-o Lamp (no really its porn...you've been warned) on: May 06, 2008 12:25:01 AM
I saw the post before you censored it... and when I went back to see the censoring, I had to giggle.  Sorry.  The blue squiggles are awesome.

I LOVE this lamp... I'm dying to make my own now!  This would DEFINITELY make a great bedroom piece.  Hah hah... you don't see old porn just laying around in thrift stores everyday though.
6  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 27 ENTRIES / Re: No Bones About It!! on: May 06, 2008 12:14:55 AM
Awesome!  But... I feel hurt just looking at the pictures... Lol... it's why I never could be a nurse or doctor. 
7  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions / Re: Bigfoot?? Is it possible to live in the woods and still look good? on: April 01, 2008 08:17:36 AM
Hmmmm... I usually alter older clothes so I don't know anything about patterns, but here's my suggestion...

I never wear bras... just tanktops.  It's easier to move and work in.  Plain white ones work just fine (as long as you have something to dress them up).  Then, if you're still comfortable with button ups, you can alter one of your shirts to FIT your figure (giving you automatic girly-ness).  This is personal preference, but don't button your shirt all the way to the top.  If you're wearing that tanktop, button the shirt to the bottom of your breasts.  The shirt kind of 'pops' open at the breasts and I think it's really cute.  You can use plaid fabrics if you get dirty a lot... it will help cover the dirt a bit.

Anyway, I've heard a lot of suggestions that if you wear layers, it makes you look bigger than you are... but I'm already a size 22 myself... I ALREADY look big!  An extra half inch won't kill me.  Tighter layers on the bottom (that you'd feel comfortable moving around in), and a looser layer on top.  Remember for the top layer though... ALWAYS fit your features.  If you've got the curves, then show them off.  Pants that widen at the bottom really help too.

8  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Re: The Slinky Blue Japanese Dress (Simp 3775) on: April 01, 2008 07:35:44 AM
Where did you find that fabric?  I live in a small town so I can't walk into a store and buy it.  *sad*
9  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Re: Lingerie on: April 01, 2008 07:15:40 AM
I love them all (but especially the third one)!

I've always been a bit afraid of making my own lingerie (somehow, I know I'll mess it up), but these ideas are great and simple so I'll give it a shot!  Thanks for the post!
10  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Completed Projects / Re: patchy-scrappy-twirly jeans skirt on: April 01, 2008 07:09:09 AM
It's cute!  I'm actually making something like this myself... but I've got pink in mine.  I found some super huge 4x pink pants at a discount store for $0.49... and trimmed them down and had a bunch of pink jean scraps left.

I'm partial to shorter skirts myself, so my vote is keep it as is!
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