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1  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Party Planning / Re: Help! Halloween 'Freaky Fundraiser' party decorations ideas on: October 06, 2005 05:45:53 PM
Ahh..hadn't thought of that, thanks!
2  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Party Planning / Help! Halloween 'Freaky Fundraiser' party decorations ideas on: October 05, 2005 03:48:48 PM
I work for a rape crisis center and we are planning a "Freaky Fundraiser" which will take place on a cruise boat that will be docked downtown....it is designed to be a personal safety education/awareness event for kids but there will also be stuff for adults to do as well, games, costume contest. I am in charge of decorations and we have tried to get donations and for people from stage design/art centers to help us with no luck....we always have trouble getting donations and help from the community. So, I am wondering if anyone has any crafty ideas on decorations that are CHEAP (read: hopefully free) that might work for the boat...we were thinking haystacks....and creepy haunted looking stuff. Any ideas?
3  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General / Re: Copper Tubing Wreath on: October 02, 2005 01:38:55 PM
Thanks, not sure what you mean by variegated greenery? I do have my newest one on my etsy shop now. Thinking of how to do a holiday wreath with copper tubing...hmmm....
4  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Discussion and Questions / Re: Freezer Paper on: September 26, 2005 04:44:00 AM
I appreciate all of the information here, as I just started stenciling yesterday and ended up with bleeding all over the place so I am going to try this. But I also had a hard time cutting out the stencil, I am wondering if my knife was not sharp enough....also is the freezer paper easy to cut?
5  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / Re: my stencil-tatstic weekend....(4 shirts and 1 hoodie) on: September 26, 2005 04:36:54 AM
Wow, I just started stenciling yesterday and I realize how difficult it is to get the pieces cut out right and then also for the paint to not bleed. These are really amazing!!
6  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions / Re: What are the differences between these three techniques? on: September 25, 2005 09:21:49 AM
Yes! It did help! Thank you so much! I need to read over what you wrote again, but I think I will probably start with some stenciling.
7  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: Beer Mirror Frame on: September 25, 2005 09:08:04 AM
callakat, very cool! I like it!
8  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions / What are the differences between these three techniques? on: September 25, 2005 09:05:51 AM
Okay, this may be a naive question, but I don't know much about silk screening, stenciling. or iron-on transfers, mostly through what I have read here. I would like to start making some t-shirts to wear and to sell and I am having a hard time figuring out what route to take....are there benefits to one method or another? Thanks for any input you can provide....
9  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: Question for moms with tattoos on: September 25, 2005 08:58:23 AM
Okay no plans whatsoever to procreate here, but since we are on the stretch mark discussion, I am curious. Are the moms that ended up w/no stretch marks also the ones that didn't end up with stretch marks on hips during puberty (or college weight gain time?). Is this a good way to guess if one will end up with them?
10  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re: Difference between crafts and art on: September 25, 2005 08:26:39 AM
I can't find it back, but this is what I read in another thread:
He who uses his hands is a workman.
He who uses his hands and his brain is a craftsman.
He who uses his hands, brain and heart is an artist.

I have read this a couple of times and each time more and more think that this means that artists are in a way more evolved than crafters, I don't agree that crafters don't use their hearts in their work. Okay, well maybe since it is talking about the male sex that is true, so for females it would read She who uses her hands, brains, and heart can be a worker, a crafter or an artist.  Smiley Not trying to male bash, just some humor. Perhaps I am reading too much into this quote and should just let it go.
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