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1  Re: Hiya! in Introduce Yourself by SKerri13 on: July 13, 2014 12:45:20 AM
The Amazing Turnip Girl with a cape, I love the idea!
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2  Crochet button bangle in Crochet: Completed Projects by SKerri13 on: March 25, 2011 02:47:11 PM

I recently won an auction for a whole bunch of buttons. A lot of them are very plain, but some are fairly fancy. I took some of the plain ones to make this bangle for my daughter. She really likes it.
Made with a size 6 hook and size 10 thread. You can find the pattern here.
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3  The Tyger miniature accordion book in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by SKerri13 on: March 25, 2011 02:44:08 PM
I've posted a few of my computer paper crafts in the past, and I hope you don't mind this one as well.

It's accordion folded with a separate cover and it's held together with tape. The book has the full text for the poem The Tyger by William Blake in it.
The version with the tiger on the cover is a collage of a couple photos I took last summer at the zoo.
If you're interested, I did post the printable in 300 ppi on my blog, here along with instructions.
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4  Lots of FOs- Earrings, necklace, and bracelet in Beads: Completed Projects by SKerri13 on: May 19, 2009 07:46:00 AM
I've been finishing things, I just keep forgetting to post them here!

Brick stitched, handmade ear wires. Instructions for the ear wires are here.

Friendship bracelet done in square knots with size E beads, and embroidery floss. Instructions are here.

Finished last night! GITD plastic butterfly from a package of them meant for decorating rooms. I think it looks better on a necklace, GITD plastic mini pony beads, and sterling silver.
Thanks for looking!
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5  Captain Hammer Duct Tape Messenger Bag in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by SKerri13 on: December 14, 2008 01:32:28 AM
The strap on the messenger bag (purchased) I was using as a purse broke last week, and I finally got around to making myself a new purse.

That's a comic book for scale.
Close up:

I was planning to do a Batman logo, but then I remember I had a little bit of silver tape left, so did Captain Hammer instead!
Took me about 4 hours start to finish, and it's all tape except the velcro to hold the flap shut. The strap should be pretty secure, I wrapped it around the sides and bottom of the bag and taped it with lot of tape.
Thanks for looking!
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6  Roxas Cosplay Duct Tape Bracelet in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by SKerri13 on: November 24, 2008 04:07:12 PM
That my 13 yo made even. *grins*

Just had to show off. For her birthday last year, she got a case of duct tape, and just ran last week. I picked her up the black and white, and she had those the next day.
This is Roxas from Kingdom Hearts if you don't know what he looks like.
For Halloween, she made most of her costume out of duct tape.
If you're curious
Thanks for looking!
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7  Penny earrings and resin pendant in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by SKerri13 on: November 08, 2008 07:14:38 AM
Recently it seems like there are a LOT of old copper pennies in circulation around here, so I've been pulling them out. My husband helped me with these by hammering the pennies flat.

I cast this in a water color dish with bat shaped confetti. I learned a few things during that cast.
Don't mix your glitter into the resin if you are including confetti, the glitter sank on my first cast and you couldn't see the confetti from the front, sprinkling the glitter on it while it was still wet worked a lot better.I also learned epoxy resins are a LOT "stickier" then the other kind, and even with mold release.. it can be really hard to uncast from a water color dish. Next time I'm sticking to the right kinds of molds.

Thanks for looking!
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8  Computer Crafts- ornament in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by SKerri13 on: November 08, 2008 07:09:34 AM

I was really happy, I didn't test out the blank template like I usually do, and while I was printing it out in color I was pretty worried it wouldn't work, but it did!
If you like it, you can download the printie here.
I actually did a full set with numbers for an advent calender, now I just have to print them all out and assemble them!
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9  My first stranded knitting in Knitting: Completed Projects by SKerri13 on: November 08, 2008 07:05:56 AM
I made this recently for my son, it's a dice bag, and my first stranded knitting.
It's done in acrylic, and the white is glow in the dark yarn. The big skull beads on the drawstrings were table decorations I found before Halloween that I drilled into beads.

My 17 yo was thrilled with it!

Thanks for looking!
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10  Rose Tawashi in Crochet: Completed Projects by SKerri13 on: November 08, 2008 07:03:14 AM
I was inspired by the tawashi group on Ravelry to try and design a rose tawashi. The pattern is loosely based off a strip method Japanese rose pattern.
I crocheted it in Peaches and Creme with a size F hook.

Thanks for looking!
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