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171  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / tilano frescos transfer paper - what is it? on: October 13, 2005 10:05:06 AM
I saw the COOLEST website!   http://www.tilanofresco.com

it looks like they have some sort of laser transfer paper, that can go on tiles, glass, wood, whatever.

I already paint on tiles (artwork), and was figuring that transfering photos to tile would be a wicked idea to reproduce my artwork (cheap).  has anyone done this tilano kit? Is there a cheaper way of doing this than buying this exact product?

anyone use laser transfer paper on solid objects in stead of cloth?


172  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: Christmas Candy on: October 11, 2005 02:06:00 PM
yes, I have learned - if you can't follow directions well (or are too impatient to do so, like me) and it involves high temperatures and sticky things and baking - avoid it at all costs, or buddy up with someone who will make it and you do the packaging. Smiley
173  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Winter Holidays / Re: Christmas Candy on: October 11, 2005 12:27:51 PM
I once tried a recipe using corn syrup to make my own candy cane candy. using a candy thermometer, you boil the syrup and peppermint extract, and SUPPOSEDLY, have two pots one red coloured (food dye) one white. well. I decided to be origional, modify the recipee using only one pot with blue food colouring to make it icy looking. your're supposed to string it out of the pot (dripping from a spoon) and stretch it onto wax paper. well, I obviously did everything wrong, because the stuff was so darn hot, it solidified mid air, burnt and melted through the wax paper, melted all over my counter and hardened, and turned brown, not blue. that was also my last attempt at candy making beyond fudge or brittle.

the day was saved though. I ended up with all these lumpy brown turd looking candy - I chipped as much off my counter, put it in a tin and labeled it: "candy cane flavoured snowman poop" and gave it to my friends husband who LOVED IT. the stuff apparently tasted fine. (I wouldn't know if he was just being nice about that though - I am diabetic.

174  CLOTHING / Designer Clothing Homage / Re: j crew sophia dress on: September 23, 2005 09:54:51 AM

I didn't notice the side zip. I am definately going to need a pattern to use then. so far, still no luck finding one remotely similar.

if anyone has any ideas, I've tried butterick, vogue, simplicity . . .
175  CLOTHING / Designer Clothing Homage / j crew sophia dress on: September 22, 2005 02:46:50 PM
Anyone found a similar pattern to the J Crew sophia dress? I found something similar in Simplicity, but Its a zip up dress, and I want one in the pull-on style like the sophia dress (no zippers I can see)

here it is here:


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