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1  Name Maze Tutorial Link in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by bubu82 on: July 25, 2014 11:59:37 PM
I just thought would share one of my husband's recent creations. He's always loved making mazes, but lately he's really gotten into making these huge detailed intricate name mazes:

We even worked together to make a maze tutorial for my blog. Dawww, I know, so romantic. :-) If you are interested in the full tutorial, you can see it here:
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2  Old Gregg Birthday Cake in Dessert by bubu82 on: July 04, 2014 11:59:49 PM
I made this cake a few years ago for a friend of mine who loves Old Gregg from The Mighty Boosh. I created the image myself using Photoshop, had it printed onto an edible cake sticker, and applied it to a frosted sheet cake. If you are interested in making your own, you can download the image and get the whole tutorial here:http://www.craftosaurus.net/2014/06/old-gregg-birthday-cake-tutorial.html

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3  Kitschy Shadow Boxes in Completed Projects by bubu82 on: July 04, 2014 11:45:05 PM
Here are my kitschy little shadow boxes. I first made them several years ago for one of the craft challenges. I just recently made some new ones, along with a tutorial that can be found on my blog here:http://www.craftosaurus.net/2014/07/kitschy-shadow-box.html

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4  Re: Terrible Valentine in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by bubu82 on: February 16, 2014 08:40:34 PM
Here is the terrible valentine I made for my husband. I will explain a couple of things so it makes more sense. First, we have been rewatching the X Files lately, so I wanted to incorporate that somehow into the card; that's where Scully came from. I often tell my husband he his my bear, so that's where the bear thing came from. Then, a few days before I put this card together, my husband and I somehow got to being silly and making up ridiculous stories and somehow a drunk donkey with a gun worked it's way in there, so I threw him in too.

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5  Terrible Valentine in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by bubu82 on: February 15, 2014 11:11:42 PM
For my craft club's latest swap, the theme was terrible valentines. This is the one I made. I am quite proud of it, but maybe I'm the only one who thinks it's funny. I tend to be the one who laughs the most at my jokes.
Here is the Front cover:

Here is the inside:

The area just under "...but don't make me Gogh there to prove it." is a little hard to see, but it is a drawing of the Golden Girls and it says "Thank you for being a friend".
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6  Re: Suggestions for hosting a monthly craft night in Discussion and Questions by bubu82 on: December 01, 2013 10:42:46 PM
Here are the results of our first official craft night:

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7  Popcicle Stick Shadow Boxes in CHALLENGE 12 ENTRIES by bubu82 on: June 04, 2006 08:59:12 PM
I made a trio of popcicle stick shadow boxes. First, I glued popcicle sticks together to make a box and stained them. Then I lined the box with felt. Next, it was time to decorate the inside. I used pom poms, pipe cleaners, plastic toys from the dollar store, and more felt.

Here is the trio of finished boxes:

Here are some close ups:

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8  Scarf Sweater .... (Now with Tutorial!) in Knitting: Completed Projects by bubu82 on: December 19, 2005 08:24:20 AM
Here is a project I made for one of my classes this semester (I'm an apparel design master's student). I made about 8 knitted strips (like lots of scarves; all my pieces were rectangular) of different lengths and widths (ranging from about 18" long to 4.5' long). I made sure to make two identical pieces that were the proper length and width for sleeves, and two identical pieces for the sides of the bodice area. Then I draped all the pieces on my dress form and whip-stitched them together with yarn.

***It's been a while since I've checked my stuff on Craftster, and I just thought I would pop in and take a peek at my old stuff. I was so excited when all saw all of your responses wanting a tutorial on the scarf sweater and wanting to see more of my stuff. I have been very busy lately with work and school (yes, I'm taking more classes even though I already have a degree. why? because I want to be in school the rest of my life), but I have a bit of a break coming up, so then I will make a tutorial. I think most of you will be surprised to find that making this sweater is easier than you think, but still will take a good amount of time (unless you cheat like me and make your scarves on a manual knitting machine). Also, I will try to get together pictures of my other work for everyone to see, which you will discover is very random, concerning both subject and medium.***

The tutorial is here! Click the link below to download the PDF of the tutorial. The tutorial is also availble on my blog, listed in my sig line.

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9  I made a Poring! in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by bubu82 on: December 07, 2005 02:12:22 PM
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