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11  Re: Sewists/Yarnies v's Papercrafters S/ups closed Send out - 15 Nov in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by achgfd on: November 03, 2010 03:08:48 PM
Well since people are doing teasers... I guess I will post some too. This is for Mink_Bikini

Maybe I revealed too much. Tongue
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12  MOOGLE! in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by achgfd on: October 03, 2010 07:35:00 PM
I made this moogle for a friend. She's really cute and little. I made the pom pom out of... well a pompom crazy glued to a pipe cleaner.

Here is him making a sexy pose

Here is him from the front.

And this is the back! I made the wings out of felt and sowed them on.
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13  Re: Silent Hill in Halloween Costumes by achgfd on: September 30, 2010 12:49:53 PM
the running theme of the nurses does seem to be the covered face. In 1, 2, and 3 I think the faces look more like they are covered by plastic bandages, and Origins, 5, and the movie its more like a dark ash-y fleshy look.

You can still have hair showing and keep the theme of the nurses. In 1 they had short straight black hair, very Japanese- but you could make it look a little messy.

And these nurses look more like the bandages cover the whole head- including hair.

This looks like a really good option!

I actually think it looks better with some kind of detail on the face and back of the head instead of leaving it just white.
and here is a pic I found of just two different SH nurses together
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14  Re: Mario piranha plant and dinosaur! in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by achgfd on: September 07, 2010 01:32:51 PM
oooo I would love to make that piranha plant! It looks so close to the pea shooters from plants vs. zombies!

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15  Papercraft Pokemon! in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by achgfd on: August 26, 2010 01:31:27 PM
I was in the pokemon swap thats still underway, but my partner recieved so I wanted to post the goodies I made!
first Up is Pikachu riding a surf board! This guy was way hard... especially his tummy area. I'm glad she liked them though.

Second here is a papercraft charmander! He's super cute and was pretty easy. Except for the flame tail. That was a little difficult.

As always these patterns are from paperpokes.

Also.... how do you upload pictures from your flikr on here? The link doesn't seem to work.
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16  Re: Pokemon Swap Round 3 Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by achgfd on: August 21, 2010 05:27:06 PM
Yay I received! I actually got my package yesterday but just didn't have time to put up pictures. Now I do! There are a lot of people coming and going in our house, so sometimes a package is easily missed. It wasn't until that evening when My sister in law came over for dinner that she told me I had a package downstairs. Very exciting!

When I opened up the box there were some packages wrapped very pretty. I almost felt bad about opening them, but I was way to excited. So ripping the paper off I looked at the biggest thing first. My own pokeball tote bag! And the silly bands that fell out. (delightful extras.) It's very cute, the pokeballs sown on so well. And I love the charm attached. It has a caterpie, which is one of my favorites.

Next is a cute charm bracelet! It has badges, and pokeballs, and gems on it. Very nice!

And my favorite are the pokeball stud earrings. Super excited! They are really cute, and pretty comfortable too.

Lastly there was a very nice letter attached. Somehow I always forget to include a thank you note, or a letter saying what was inside. Sad I just get too excited about sending out I guess! Thanks so much for all the stuff!
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17  Re: What to do with the bouquet afterwards? in Weddings and Bridal Showers by achgfd on: August 13, 2010 07:00:49 PM
Here's the picture of the bouquet at the wedding, now its a little smaller and dried out.

Maybe I should just toss it out? Do people keep their bouquets?
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18  Re: Cat bed for a medium dog sized cat? in Pet-Related Crafts: Discussion and Questions by achgfd on: August 04, 2010 03:18:13 PM
o The tubey idea sounds good. He is a fat cat, but he's also a large cat. We think he might be part Main Coon. He's a little smaller than our cocker spaniel. We had to make him a special litter box too out of those large plastic tubs you get at target.
Here is how he wakes me up to feed him:

And begging for cuddles:

The cardboard tubes, are they as easy to rip apart as cardboard boxes? Or is the carpet there to end that? We would just give him those- but he tears up the bottom and then eats the shreds.
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19  Snorlax!!!! in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by achgfd on: August 01, 2010 10:01:56 PM
Last month my sister had to have emergency surgery, so I flew down to visit her. I was visiting for quite a while taking care of her, but had nothing to do. So I printed this little number off and made it for her. She loves Snorlax. He was super easy, except for his claws. They just didn't work right. So I did his feet claws, but not his fingers. Oh well. She really loves it!

Because some people asked, I'm putting in the link to the Paperpokes site so that you guys can build your own model too! They have a lot of neat stuff on there as well.

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20  Amiguri Dog and cupcake-first time. in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by achgfd on: August 01, 2010 09:59:39 PM
I learned to crochet about 2 or 3 years ago and all I've been able to make were scarves. I bought an amiguri crochet book when I first learned, but didn't understand the patterns. So it sat on my shelf for years. About 2 weeks ago I got bored with my normal crafting and decided to pick it up. My sister in law gave me all her extra yarn and it was taking up so much space so I wanted to get rid of it. For some reason, the pattern just clicked for me. I don't know how I didn't understand it so long ago, and now after not crocheting for 2 years I suddenly get it. Tongue Well here are my first attempts at making something other than a scarf.
Here's a Dog I made for my other sister in law. She's a vet tech and works at a Cocker Spaniel rescue. She LOVES IT! I should make another, but use fuzzy yarn for the ears this time so it looks like a real cocker spaniel.

and second I tried to make the thing I bought the book for. A cupcake. I love cupcakes! But somehow he didn't turn out just right.
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