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1  Re: super sexy female cake in Dessert by OCEANofAWESOME on: June 25, 2007 10:12:05 AM
HA!  This reminded me of the bOObie cupcakes I made for a friends bachelor party.

These were super easy.  All we did is cut out heart shaped cake boards for each set of boobs and placed 2 cupcakes at the top of them.  Then we covered them in fondant and added nipples and clothing items with the fondant as well.  The tattoos were done using food writers which are food-safe markers you can buy at Michaels in the cake section.  We got the idea, and many more ideas, from Debbie Brown's Adult cake books.  She has like 2 or 3 and they are great!
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2  Re: 2006 Completed Costumes Scrapbook! (completed project pictures & links go here!) in Halloween Costumes by OCEANofAWESOME on: November 10, 2006 03:50:21 PM
This year I went at Jane Jetson from the old cartoon series.  My mom made it all up just from a picture and though most people did not know who I was, I thought it looked almost exactly like Mrs. Jane Jetson. 
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3  Fancy Beaded Greeting Cards in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by OCEANofAWESOME on: April 16, 2006 04:40:25 PM
Here are some greeting cards my mom and I made.
More to Come!

We made some of these using glitter, but most using tiny craft beads.  These beads worked the best.  Rhinestones, ribbon, and larger beads were used as accessories.
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4  Rockin' Table/Lamp in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by OCEANofAWESOME on: December 17, 2005 02:23:34 PM
My boyfriend is really into music and plays the guitar in a band, so here is what I came up with as a present for X-MAS...

I bought the lamp at Walmart for $18 and then bought a new shade for it for $5.  To make it more Rock n' Roll I decorated it with guitar picks and a record.  So I did not have to glue the picks and record to the top of the table and so that the glue would not show from me gluing the things to the underside of the table, I cut a piece of plastic the size of the glass and glued the picks and record to that.  Then I just laid the glass on top of the decorated plastic.  This project cost me under $30 and was very easy and quick to complete. I think it turned out awesome!
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5  Rockin' Record Clocks (Gift Approved) in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by OCEANofAWESOME on: December 17, 2005 01:46:54 PM

     These things make perfect gifts because not only are they cheap and easy to make, but they can be customized to the very person your are giving it to.  All you need is a record (any size), clock movements (usually $6-$10), gems/rhinestones, glue, and a stand ($1-3$) to sit them on if you do not want to hang them.  Start by gluing on the gems in any fashion you like - these will represent your numbers so make certain you measure out the placement or spacing between each number, or your time will be off.  To glue on my gems I used a scrapbooking glue marker so I could write out the numbers first and then place the gems on top. Now glue the clock movement to the back of the record using a hot glue gun.   Because I used  a 45 record I had to cover up the larger hole with metallic green paper so the clock movement would not show, but you do not have to do this with a normal record.  Add the clock hands to the movement as directed on the package of the movement you bought.  Place the newly assembled clock on the stand and wha-lah, AWESOMENESS!

This one is without clock-hands at the moment, a work in progress if you will.  I decided to glue the album cover to the back of the record.
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6  Re: Bedroom Redoing + Low Budget = Problem in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by OCEANofAWESOME on: April 01, 2005 09:50:07 PM
It is situations like these where the ever so fabulous RASTERBATORShocked comes in handy!!!  What is this you ask?  The Rasterbator turns any photo, from the web or form your very own computer files, and turns them into gigantic posters with a rasterized effect.  You can make posters to cover an entire wall if that is what you desire.  It is very easy to follow and prints everything on standard size paper (8 1/2" - 11"); the only catch is that you have to glue or tape each sheet of paper together to form your finished product, but hey, it is well worth and %100 DIRT CHEAP!  If you do this, a little advice...the project always looks crappy during the phase of pieceing together the sheets of paper; it is not until it is complete that it really shines. 
Also, you can get full length mirrors for $2 a piece at like Walmart and such and hang them to form cool designs.  You could make stripes all around your room with them.  Here is a picture of what my roomates and I did...

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7  Re: 60's/70's rock room in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by OCEANofAWESOME on: April 01, 2005 03:43:35 PM
Walgreens has these great Electric Guitar Wall clocks/lights for $30, but I got mine on sale for $19.99
After hanging one on my wall I loved it so much I went out and bought another.  And the best part is that people on E-Bay are bidding $70-$120 on the exact same ones!!! Cheesy

I think the pictureS speak for themselves on how rad they are!

Also, to make gigantic rock posters visit the Rasterbator[/b]
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8  Retro Recipe Cards in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by OCEANofAWESOME on: March 25, 2005 09:22:07 PM
So if you didn't know, good recipe cards are incredibly hard to come by!  All you can find are cards that have poorly drawn cartoons of angels or something, and cards that are completely country Undecided.  These things are suited for my grandma maybe, but certaintly not for me, so that is why I made my own ReTrO ReCiPe CaRdS  Grin  YEAAAAAAH!!!!  All you have to do is download them and then print them onto some sort of heavy-duty paper; cardstock will do just fine.  Don't forget to change your print-settings to landscape.  Then fill them up with your favorite recipes (mmm-mmm Good) and ENJOY!
...Speaking of recipes, if anyone has any good ones, feel free to share!  Wink

*There are four different designs on each link
Design 1
Design 2
Design 3
Design 4

Check out the nifty ReCiPe BoX I made to go with it too!  The possibilities are endless I say, endless.
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9  Re: Superhero costume ideas?? in Costumes: Discussion and Questions by OCEANofAWESOME on: March 24, 2005 10:48:38 AM
Also, take a look at the movie "Mystery Men" with Ben Stiller.  They have some pretty easy and goofy costumes to there.  Can you tell I like the cheesier things in life??? Cheesy
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10  Re: Shoe Box sayings-FINISHED CAKE PHOTOS in Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage by OCEANofAWESOME on: January 29, 2005 03:27:21 PM
Thanks so much for the help!!!  Cheesy  I really appreciated it!  In fact, we liked firehead4 's idea so much we used it.  So, all-in-all the cake was a big hit.  It could have turned out a little bit better if we had done some more in depth planning, but I would have to say it was a success.  Here are the pics...

Thanks Again for the help! Chao! Wink
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