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1  Re: Victorian Superstitions Shadowbox in Completed Projects by MissingWillow on: September 03, 2018 01:10:10 PM
My bad.  Deco is how it is sold.  I plan to keep it up all year, CLM!  Here are the labels I used for the display.

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2  Victorian Superstitions Shadowbox in Completed Projects by MissingWillow on: September 01, 2018 04:58:26 AM
I had this gorgeous art deco shadowbox and decided to feature some Victorian superstitions inside.  There are so many to choose from! 



I lined the shadowbox with red vellum scrapbook paper.  The chipboard bat's eyes are bits from the inside of a glow in the dark garden stake that I took apart.  My version of a mourning pendant was made from a snippet of doll's hair held in place with a ribbon, a small metal tin with a clear lid and a scrap of pretty scrapbook paper.  The vapours are just a tiny bit of wool from one of our sheep inside a glass bottle. The 'corpse eye coins' are video arcade tokens. The frog is a toy plastic one and the iron nails came from my husband's toolbox.

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3  Hogwarts Dollhouse in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by MissingWillow on: August 15, 2018 10:13:14 AM
I've had one of those ArtMinds wooden castles I picked up at Michaels for years and finally got around to doing something with it.  It was crying out to be transformed into Hogwarts. 


Both stairwells were decorated with paintings set into chipboard frames.


I got this little table at Dollar Tree.  The dishes and turkey are Barbie accessories. 


The castle has a drawer to stash the furnishings away.  It got a reproduction of the Hogwarts dining hall on one side.  The triwizard cup sits on a wooden block.  I think this was a Barbie champagne bucket.  I'm so glad I didn't toss my girls' Barbie stuff when they got tired of it!


Love this guy.


Here is a better view of some of the accessories.  I was thrilled to claim a full set of HP peg people in the Ongoing Wish Swap from jillybeans in 2014.  Yep, I've had this project in mind for a while...  It will make a great first dollhouse for my granddaughter. 
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4  Honeydukes Reimagined in Completed Projects by MissingWillow on: August 04, 2018 09:49:04 AM
Here's a super fun project for Harry Potter fans!  I considered making a single Honeydukes display until I discovered this rotating four room box.  Here's what I came up with.

A spot for the Honeydukes Display Shelf I made a few weeks ago, along with a wall shelf to hold even more candies.

A candy grandfather clock with some fun artwork for the wall.

Of course there needs to be a quiet corner for homework.

And a special section for birthday parties.


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5  Szechuan Cucumbers in Vegetarian / Vegan by MissingWillow on: July 25, 2018 12:35:28 PM
I keep a bowl of these pickled cucumbers in my fridge all summer.  They are super yummy and can be made as spicy (or not) as you like.



There are just a few ingredients: cucumbers, garlic, salt, sugar, red pepper flakes, rice vinegar and sesame oil.


Start by peeling your cucumbers then cut them in half and remove the seeds.  From there, just slice them up.


The sliced cucumbers get tossed with a Tbsp of kosher salt in a colander and set aside at room temperature for 3-4 hours.  This allows a lot of the liquid to be be drawn out of the cukes.  This liquid gets discarded.


Put the cucumbers in your serving bowl and add fresh sliced garlic and hot pepper flakes to taste.  I used a head of sliced garlic and a large pinch of hot pepper flakes.  Sprinkle 1/3 cup of sugar on top then pour over 1/2 cup of rice vinegar heated to boiling followed by 1/3 cup of sesame oil heated through.  Stir, cover and refrigerate for at least 3 hours before serving.


Enjoy!
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6  Honeydukes Display Shelf in Completed Projects by MissingWillow on: July 11, 2018 10:49:23 AM
Here's my latest creation, a candy display for Honeydukes.  The little jars are filled with microbeads, polymer clay slices, nail art and poly clay red licorice wands and candy canes.  The sugar skulls were made by gluing fine glitter onto skull beads.  The chocolate frog and white chocolate owls are molded polymer clay made with molds that were gifted to me by pottermouth.  She made molds from an owl bead and a Lego frog!

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7  Re: Halloween in June Swap 2018 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by MissingWillow on: June 28, 2018 10:47:00 AM
My turn!  I received from our fabulous organizer, Miz Kittykill and boy, did she spoil me!  She embroidered this fabulous moth hoop in Halloween colors that I already have hanging in our guest bath.  So cool!

I received one of her adorable paper dress displays in a Haunted Mansion theme. 

Along the same line, she sent handmade Mansion containers full of Mansion branded candies which are actually Ghirardelli squares covered in Mansion papers.  She also made me a key ring from Mansion ribbon.  Yay!

Aren't these spooky cameo magnets awesome!!?  They are super detailed.

Finally, she embroidered a kitchen towel with the sweetest primitive design.

I love everything, thank you so much!   Kiss
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8  Roasted Spring Vegetables with Balsamic and Blue Cheese in Vegetarian / Vegan by MissingWillow on: May 23, 2018 10:36:03 AM
Spring vegetables are finally here!  I made a roasted vegetable medley with balsamic dressing for dinner tonight.



My inspiration came from harvesting these beautiful kohlrabi, carrots and beets this morning.


Rather than peeling the beets, I drizzled them with a little olive oil and wrapped them in foil.


After about 40 minutes in the oven at 350F the skins slide right off.  Super easy!


I sliced the carrots and peeled kohlrabi and tossed them with a few sliced garlic cloves, a little olive oil and a splash of balsamic vinegar.  They were roasted along side the beets.


To finish, I sprinkled on blue cheese and made a dressing of 3T. Olive oil, 3T. Balsamic vinegar and 1T. Dijon mustard.
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9  2018 Featured Projects in Machine Embroidery in SEWING IN GENERAL by MissingWillow on: May 23, 2018 09:52:27 AM
Here is a list of our current 2018 featured projects in machine embroidery.  Thanks to everyone who contributes to this section of Craftster!

Digitizing Fun by dfabbric


Free Motion Octopus with Coloring Tute and Tips by pottermouth


Machine embroidery on paper! (img heavy!!) by thanate


Positive Affirmation Projects by thanate
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10  Pee Wee's Playhouse in Completed Projects by MissingWillow on: April 21, 2018 04:02:44 AM
I made a miniature version of Pee Wee's Playhouse!  I mean, come on... who doesn't love Pee Wee?


Clocky was sculpted out of polymer clay.


Jambi's cabinet is made from a small shadow box.


Mr. Window is crafted from a laser cut window, scrapbook paper, a miniature window pull and googly eyes.


Cardstock and more googly eyes make up the flowers that announce the King of Cartoons.


Chairy is needle felted with teddy bear eyes and fake eyelashes.  If you'd like to see the tutorial, it's at http://gslcuts.blogspot.co.uk/2018/04/the-secret-word-is-fun.html

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