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21  Re: Super Awesome Sailor Moon Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Riechan on: November 16, 2010 02:00:11 AM
I received ^^ Pics in a moment!
Sorry this will be pic overload ... oops!

Opening the box (which had Sailor moon stickers on the side ^^ I'm putting those in good use!)

the crafts:
I got the (almost) entire set of Sailor Senshi (I don't like sailor Luna so much so that's okay Wink )

A sailormoon notebook and sticker

a bracelet (already round my wrist ^^) and a sailormoon iron on (?) I love it! (that container is a part of a resin set I also got!)

Sailor Moon (Jadeite) cards (maybe I'll make a bag out of these)

and lastly, sailor moon stationary

It isn't over yet, here come...
The extra's!: We agreed on exchanging something Japanese and something from our country

Candy!!! The "Katjes" are very very very good! I don't like those coughdropps so I'll probably give them to my brother.

Japanese dining set

a handprinted bag

a resin beginner set ^^

Thankyou so much Ruby Copperhead!!! You really spoiled me ^^
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22  Deco ~ storage boxes in Completed Projects by Riechan on: November 06, 2010 05:33:59 AM
A few items I decoed.
(Deco is a originally Japanese craft where you make things look like sweets and things, you decorate stuff using fake whipped cream, cabochons, gems, ...)
All the clay items on there are handmade by me without a mold.

First up, a ring organizer made from a cigar box. It was a bit dull, so I added deco Smiley

The top of a Ben & Jerry's icecream cup ^^

I bought an old tin at a fleamarket just for decoing.
I's a heart shape

A close-up

And some pendants.

(Sorry for the big pics :s)
C & C are always welcome ^^
I have more pictures at my blog Smiley

Some explanation:
The fake whipped cream I used for the ring organizer and icecreamcup is modeling paste
The whipped cream in the pendants is silicone, the thing they use to fill the gaps between tiles and stuff.
They to make these products look like whipped cream is just to put them in a piping bag (like you use for decorating cake), it's as easy as that Wink

For more information you can visit my website which has a lot of info about deco and their materials Smiley : https://sites.google.com/site/allaboutdeco (hopefully this link is allowed? I'm not making any profit out of it or something Smiley )
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23  Re: Two Tiny Anime/Manga Things Gallrey in The Swap Gallery by Riechan on: September 03, 2010 04:58:19 AM
here are (finally) the pictures from the items I got from tavernkitty!
I used the pictures I posted on my blog, therefor the watermark...
First up, I received from tavernkitty, 2 hairclips inspired by Nodame Cantabile

and for my next item, I got a doorhanger. So clever actually, when I'm out, people can leave messages in the little bag but I'm too scared to hang it outside my door in case a drunken student thinks it's funny to steal it ...

Look at those amazing details!! I wish I could embroider ...

and here are a bit better pics of my items
a bracelet made from paper beads, coted with manga paper and paint.

a close-up

and the other item, a headband featuring Tomoe from Kamisama Hajimemashita

I had much fun in this swap ^^ Hoping for a second round!
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24  Re: Glee Swap Gallery Send out by 7/12/10 in The Swap Gallery by Riechan on: July 17, 2010 12:23:22 PM
okay, I received a lovely package from Vanillyz

Here's everything together

First thing I opened was a sweater clip! Yay ^^
On the letter she gave me was a golden star, I think I'm going to make a bracelet round it.

and in action:

Next up, I found a 'My cat's been reading my diary" diary! Haha, so clever ^^
Think I'm going to use this for my swaps or blogging ideas.

Next one I opened was something I couldn't put my finger on... I first thought it was a threadcatcher but it didn't have a weighted piece to hold it from falling from my table, when I read the letter I got it Cheesy A laptop case! And it just just fits my laptop. Itfeatures one of the great oneliners of Brittany

Last but not least, a I'm a Gleek shirt with a characterised touch ^^ We discussed this and I'm glad we did ^^ Lovely result! 10 points if you can guess who's on there and which song he/she's singing !

and for extra's I got a bookmark stamped with glee (everything was packed in Glee stamped paper) and Muisjes, literally translated: little mouses, these are little anise balls, really yummy Smiley
In Holland, they are presented on biscuits everytime a baby is born, hence the Beth card ^^

Thankyou very much Vanillyz, I really love everything and enjoyed crafting for you and chatting with you ^^

oh I maybe have to add that we decided to craft a little more, for 6-7 points
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25  Wicked shoes in Shoes: Completed Projects by Riechan on: July 15, 2010 02:13:33 PM
first a quick shot from the result:

Ever since I saw Violet Le Beaux's tutorial(http://violetlebeaux.com/2010/05/sneaker-sunday-week-6-glitter-shoes/ on her cute red glitter shoes I had the urge to try this out on my green ballerinas.
They are a bit worn-out but I can't part of them and glitter I like so glitter they get ^^ !
Oh and a friend of mine called them Wicked shoes because they are green and I LOVE Wicked (the musical) so they are baptized Wicked shoes.

In Progress:

All done:


I was thinking about adding for green or black bows. What do you think?
C and C always wanted ^^
more information on my blog: http://riechanster.blogspot.com/2010/07/re-shoeing.html
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26  Re: Come celebrate National Craft Month! Share your pictures of "crafting in public" in Craftster Itself by Riechan on: April 05, 2010 09:25:46 AM
Here's my picture (I'll update this post with the sketch I made there)
Sketching in Switzerland on our schooltrip

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27  Re: 50 Projects 2010 in Craftalongs by Riechan on: March 07, 2010 02:30:01 AM
my 3rd project of this year was a earring holder for my niece's birthday
it was a former little record

and a close-up of the cat:

everyone kept asking me what kind of music was one there... forgot to take a good look.

and here's my list of 50 projects: http://riechanster.blogspot.com/2010/02/craftalong-50-projects-in-2010.html

ETA: forgot to tell, I gave it her on Friday and she loved it ^^. (she became 10 years old)
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28  First try at Dekoden in Completed Projects by Riechan on: February 23, 2010 08:39:59 AM
About 2 months ago I became known with something called dekoden. It's short for decoration denwa, which means decorating your phone. It's a Japanese thing. Anyway here's my take on the dekoden thing ^^
First up, my mobile phone:
I used a marble, a little white bow, pearls, butterfly thingy, shell, gold glitter glue and glue.
I glued it not directly onto my phone but onto see-through foil (the ones you use to cover books in to protect them) so that when I'm tired of the design, I can change it! (tip is from VioletLeBeaux: http://violetlebeaux.com/)

After that I bought some modeling paste (paste which painters use for bringing textures into acrylic paintings)
and went for a whipped cream look. I used decorating tips to create the cream effect. It dried fully after 3 days (or earlier)
It was a very boring first-aid kit, but now it looks like this:

more pictures can you find on my blog

Let me know what you think ^^
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29  Glass etching: first try in Glass Crafts: Completed Projects by Riechan on: February 14, 2010 05:57:29 AM
I was always wondering how to make something like an etched glass.
Than I found out you could do it with some sort of very dangerous product which my local craft store didn't have.
After I saw the tutorial on threadbanger where they use a dremel, I was sure that I could try to etch a glass like that and I did ^^
It's a almost square glass I bought at the thrift store (thought it would be easier as a starter).
It's a glas featuring my little comic: De Piepkes

It wasn't that difficult, just make sure you have a steady hand 'cause on one side I make a little mistake (I scratched the glass outside the drawing but you can't see it that well on the pictures)

Work in progress:

Finished glass modeled with Ice Tea <3
I only did 3 sides 'cause the Johnny Walker sign was on the fourth side.

Here's the tutorial I used!: http://www.threadbanger.com/decorityourself/episode/DEC_20100120/glass-etching-beer-brewing-decor-it-yourself

Teehee, now I want to etch every glass I see Cheesy
Hope you like it!

ETA: some safety things:
Beware! cover your mouth with a scarf or something and use safety glasses to make sure you don't get any glass particles in your eyes and mouth!!
I also put on a little vacuum cleaner while I was working just to make sure none of those little particles would
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30  Re: Bento Swap Round 3 (Signup 1/13/10 - 1/28/10; Sendouts 3/1/10) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Riechan on: January 14, 2010 07:25:06 AM
thankyou teag ^^

I have got myself a bento by swapping here on craftster in the Ongoing offer what you have swap.
It's a pink one, from happy balloon.
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