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11  When Pigs Fly (desk set) in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by AnarchyCupcakes on: February 12, 2013 02:26:04 PM
I'm late getting this up, but since I converted my craft room to a sort of Femme Sherlock study, I decided I needed a desk calendar and diary.

The calendar usually sits on a little easel, but here they are laid out to keep from too much pic spam.

And here's the cover of the diary... I just used a small sketch book and scrap book paper:

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12  Coraline Scrap Box in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by AnarchyCupcakes on: February 12, 2013 02:14:54 PM
I've been wanting to use my scrapping scraps up, and have been fiending for more Coraline Swag...

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13  Master Gardener Felt Hoopla in Needlework: Completed Projects by AnarchyCupcakes on: December 08, 2012 11:10:39 PM
So, this is my second ever "hoopla" that I've made. My husband's aunt is retiring, and just got accepted into the Master Gardener program, so I thought it would be a nice way to commemorate. I wish the stitching had been a bit more even, but I think it still turned out lovely.

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14  Dream Journal with Sandman/Morpheus Cover (lotsa imgs) in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by AnarchyCupcakes on: August 27, 2012 10:55:56 PM
So, I've been carrying around this recolored picture from Neil Gaiman's Sandman comics, I think it was from the sample at Free Comic Book Day before the Absolute Sandman came out to show the recoloring.  Anyway, I've always wanted to make some sort of dream journal out of it.

I finally felt like I had enough practice with the coptic stitch to give it a go, because I wanted to have it with the spine exposed. I also wanted to do it with cardstock, even though I usually bind with letter press, because I did a book for a friend where that worked out lovely for multi media journaling.

Here's the cover.  I got a little excited with the glitter.

And the spine!

The back...

And the experimental embellishing of the inside cover and first page:

Hope you enjoy!
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15  Leather covered Coptic Stitch Journal in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by AnarchyCupcakes on: August 27, 2012 10:43:03 PM
My friend Astrid wanted a journal from me for a little while, so I finally made her a coptic stitched leather finished journal.  The bead markers are mostly purchased, although the acorn I made out of Sculpey.

Since she's starting a journey of connecting to her creative, spontaneous side, I started her off with some embellishments, to get her inspired. Something I am less than happy about is how the stitches on the cover boards sit, but that comes from being out of practice for a bit.

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16  Re: Fitness/Yoga/Meditation Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by AnarchyCupcakes on: May 14, 2012 11:15:53 AM
Beautiful package from Leighi123 arrived!

She made me a yoga mat bag, I requested one in "chakra colors" and her interpretation of that was PERFECTION for me.  Also a beautiful tie dyed silk scarf that I can use for a yoga strap, but it's so pretty I'll probably use it for my belly dancing.  Also, right off my Pinterest, a coloring case made from a converted DVD case. It's full of beautiful mandalas to color in, and she colored one for the outside of the case as well

Thank you for a great swap!
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17  Re: De-Stress Yourself Gallery in The Swap Gallery by AnarchyCupcakes on: April 09, 2012 06:30:55 PM
I was totally spoiled... and just in time for some stressful news!

First, a lap quilt right off my Pinterest!  I LOVE it, it's so warm and I've been snuggled under it for days! Also, some lovely soap roses.

Also, Jasmine bath salts and candles, and delish lavender soap... I'm ready for my bath now!!!

Thank you for such a lovely swap!!!
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18  Re: Bookmark Swap Round 5 Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by AnarchyCupcakes on: March 10, 2012 08:17:38 AM

Beautiful bookmarks!

First, with what she couldn't have known was my favorite quote, Nooo! made me a gorgeous Jonathan Strange themed bookmark (top)

Next, starting on the left, a lovely bookmark with guitar pick tassels from AmyMarie78. I don't have ANY guitar themed craft stuff, so this made my day.

Smeddly made me an intricate color it yourself bookmark, as well as a super cute ukulele themed bookmark... ukes are my current obsession so it made me smile so hard!

Starfire made a oh so beautiful dream themed bookmark in my favorite colors.  Just look at the moon charm!

Thank you for such a lovely swap!!!
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19  Re: Repo! The Genetic Opera Swap Round 3 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by AnarchyCupcakes on: March 01, 2012 09:01:47 PM
Okay, sorry for the delay... I was having technical difficulties, and I STILL didn't get the pics I wanted, but here finally is Cloverlilly's WONDERFUL package:

A blind Mag clutch filled with jewelry, iron ons, a beautiful assortment of movie poster cards

I love jewelry and bobby pins, and don't make the kind she sent me... what a treat!!!  I didn't get close ups of everything, but a Mag necklace, a zydrate necklace, gorgeous Mag bobby pins, Graverobber earrings, and a Zydrate Support Group pin on a scrabble tile.  LOVE!!!

Wish I'd gotten better pics of the movie cards, they are BEAUTIFUL.   Thank you for such a rockin' swap!!!
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20  Graverobber, sometimes I wonder why I need you at all (Img Heavy) in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by AnarchyCupcakes on: February 25, 2012 11:48:22 AM
So, I'm getting into the polymer clay thing, so I've been doing a few busts.  This was for  the Repo! The Genetic Opera Swap round 3.  The cool thing about it was my husband went out the next day and bought me some sculpting tools (I've been using an exacto knife and a pointy stick)... so I'm looking forward to trying dolls next instead of just busts.

The process is below.  Sculpted with Super Sculpy and painted with gauche then sealed.

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