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1  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Darkiplier and Antisepticeye cross stitch projects on: Today at 12:06:38 AM
two of my favorite YouTubers - Markiplier and Jacksepticeye - have created (with the help of their fans) dark versions of themselves.  and the videos are so fun.

I just love these guys so much (the actual guys and their characters) that I decided to create cross stitches of them.  I found these all on Google with no idea who the actual creators are (technically Anti (the green pic) is just a screen capture from one of his videos edited by pixlpit/betapixl on YouTube).



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2  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Five Nights at Freddy's cross stitch projects on: October 15, 2017 11:16:37 PM


I adore these video games, even though I've never played them.  I have to watch others play them because my PC struggles to play solitaire, and I'm just not good at games like this.

the first is a pair I made featuring one of my favorite characters, Foxy the pirate.  they're glitched versions of him to look spookier.  they're made from a GIF I found on Deviantart, but now I can't find it on there.  Sad


the second is a set of some of my favorite characters from all of the FNaF games; Foxy, Funtime Foxy, Lolbit, and Springtrap.  I found the sprites on DA as well, and again, can't find them.  Sad

3  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Chandelier on: October 15, 2017 10:52:53 PM
I bought this frame AGES ago and had so many plans for it.  they all fell through.  I wasn't happy with any of them.  but then I found these pretty acrylic crystals at Joann's for 60% off (I'd never have bought them at full price.  it would have cost a FORTUNE).  after attaching the large ones, I realized it was still pretty bare, so I found small clear disco ball style crystals at Walmart.  yes, Walmart.  they were far prettier than any I found at any other craft store.  this is now hanging above my bed and I LOVE it.

4  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Family bracelet on: October 15, 2017 10:43:57 PM
since I don't have siblings, all of my mom's "mother's" jewelry has been her's, mine, and my dad's birthstones.  this year for Mother's Day, I decided to make her something for the first time in a while.  we both wear those Alex & Ani bracelets, and they gave me the idea for this.  while inventorying a Michaels, I found these bracelet blanks and round metal blanks that I knew would be perfect for my idea.  using my metal stamping set, I stamped "FAMILY"  on the bracelet, and our initials on each of the round blanks.  I have a "nasty" habit of buying those nail art kits with tiny rhinestones, and one set happened to be birthstones, so I glued our corresponding rhinestone above each initial.



unfortunately, my mom has bumped the bracelet on things and the charms have fallen off.  but she found them, and asked me if there was a way to keep them from falling off if it happened again.  I came up with the idea to wrap purple wire around the end that unclasps and they haven't fallen off since.  it's just not shown in the picture because I added the wire after taking it and never took a new one.
5  Halloween / Halloween Decor and Parties / Witch's cauldron centerpiece on: October 15, 2017 10:32:59 PM
last month I posted my cute Jack-O-Lantern Centerpiece.  I was whining about not being able to find these little pails again at Walmart.  I just didn't see them because when I was there about a week ago, there were two boxes of them.  Cheesy  I wanted to do something different this time, so I grabbed a cauldron pail.  and in my other post, I said the pail was like $.97, but I think it was even cheaper than that.  or at least they were this year.  I got the flowers for $2.50 (they were on sale this time.  originally $5) and the witch's hat pick for $2.00 (originally $4.00).  one of the big flowers didn't have glitter on the center, and since I wanted to add pops of color to an otherwise all black piece, I painted the centers of all of the flowers with Mod Podge, then sprinkled orange, green, or purple glitters on them.  the hat pick had little styrofoam balls on the ends of some stems, but thanks to my inventory crew and customers, some of them got pulled off and others get smashed.  but I was able to save three of them.  more color popping with Mod Podge and glitter.  and this was the result!

6  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Markiplier and Jacksepticeye cross stitch on: October 15, 2017 10:20:42 PM
two of my favorite YouTubers are Markiplier and Jacksepticeye.  another fan made a combo logo of their logos, and I made it into a cross stitch.

Mark's logo is an "M" with a pink mustache while Jack's is a "septic eye" named Sam.



it's just so bright and loud!  kinda like them!   Cheesy
7  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / PewDiePie's Legend of the Brofist sprites on: October 15, 2017 10:17:12 PM
yes, I'm a PewDiePie fan.  and I'd been wanting to make a cross stitch of my favorite YouTubers from PDP's video game because they are just so cute!  I start with a picture I found on the internet, but then using screen shots I found from the game, I edited the sprites to be even and look more like the sprites in the game.

so here we have PewDiePie, Markiplier, Jacksepticeye, and Cryaotic (Cry).

8  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Devil's Pitchfork turned mermaid's trident on: October 15, 2017 10:12:43 PM
so I found this idea on Pinterest.  I'd been wanting to do it ever since I saw it, but I never got my hands on a pitchfork until around last Halloween

I wanted an icey mermaid's trident, so I used iridescent glitter spray paint over white primer.  the thing where the fork attaches to the handle was ugly and I wanted to hide it, so I used hemp (reminiscent of a net maybe?) to wrap around it.  I used large flake iridescent glitter, faux pearls, opalescent beads, shells I bought as well as shells and beach glass I found on the shores of Lake Erie to decorate the bottom of the fork.  some of the primer was a little thin on the tines, so I used Mod Podge and fine iridescent glitter on them to cover up the red that was showing through.  I used a mixture of large flake and fine glitter on the very bottom, and added a little round mirror to the end to cover up the hole in the handle.  and I love how it turned out.


9  Halloween / Halloween Decor and Parties / Jack-O-Lantern Centerpiece on: September 07, 2017 10:15:51 PM
hey everyone.  I know I've been quiet for a while, but I have my reasons.  however, I finally made something I've been wanting to make since last year...maybe even the year before.  I honestly can't remember.  but I am just SO thrilled with how it turned out that I wanted to share it with you all.

I made this cute little guy tonight!



made from a 97 mini pumpkin pail from Walmart (he was just too cute to pass up), flowers from Michaels that I got for $3 (gotta love coupons), a Halloween glitter pick also from Michaels that I think I got for a dollar last year when the seasonal stuff went on sale (it's hard to inventory Michaels without shopping), and the most expensive thing is the foam ball I cut up to fit inside.  so it only cost about $6.50 to make.  and I just love him to bits!
10  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Ornament Wreath on: December 18, 2016 05:04:18 PM
after making my mini wreath last year, I wanted to make a bigger one this year.  so, grabbing some ornaments after they went on sale last year, I waited (and waited and waited and waited...) until finally someone was able to get a wire hanger for me from the dry cleaner (do they even sell these things anywhere anymore?) to use as the base.  thankfully these ornaments are put together in a way that makes the tops hard to pop off the ornament, so I didn't have to glue them  I just strung them on the hanger, arranging them so they nestled together (you can see the hanger in a couple of places, but now that it's hanging up, it's not really noticeable), then wasted about 20 feet of ribbon trying to make the bow.  I'm kinda bad at making bows.  Undecided



this one went to my parents.  I'll be making a black/white/silver one for myself as soon as I get another hanger.
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