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31  Button rings in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by jenefor on: June 09, 2006 12:38:31 PM
OK so these arnt super good (my wrapping and wiring skills need work) but i got a idea in my head so I figured that i would give it a try...... here is what i got.....I used 20G wire and some buttons I had around. My son likes them at least Tongue

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32  Some art for my son's room I painted in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by jenefor on: June 09, 2006 12:32:53 PM
OK so I'm really weird about putting stuff over beds (I have had a picture fall on my head before...not fun) So I decided to paint a mural/Pict on his wall instead. It is from a old jack's surfboards logo (60's I think) Anyhow I finally finished it

And then he wanted me to paint him a picture of Dumbo so here it is....

I think it turned out OK, considering I did it in one night and I hadn't painted a actual "picture" in like 4 years Tongue
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33  Re: Seeking advice for sealing/topcoating... in Paper Crafts: Discussion and Questions by jenefor on: May 23, 2006 12:38:32 AM
when I place the image on the wood I use the little spongy brushes and just apply a little but on all the of the surfice (back of paper) and then I place and with a roller I get oout all the airbubbles (I dont know what the roller is really used for or called ut I know I got it at a art store...it makes sure that the image is succured well and that all the air bubbles are out.
here are some picts f stuff that I have deco"ed" in the past....no bleeding issues... never mind the flash (man you can see all the flaws Sad )

here is another from a shrine we did...we printed it with "grain" so it looked old and crackled.

I was thinking also how long do you wait between printing and deco? I usually wait a week or longer...that might have something to do with it...maybe
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34  Vintage tie wrist cuffs in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by jenefor on: May 11, 2006 09:42:13 PM
OK so I finally got around to make these cuffs that I have been wanting to make with ties that my hubby was tired of. They took all of like 3 min each. And now I have 2 new cuffs Smiley Yippy....

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35  My custom Mickey Mouse ears in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by jenefor on: May 09, 2006 12:54:50 PM
OK so I get tired of everytime we go to Disneyland (which is like 2 times a week...my son is a fiend) looking like everyother smo wearing plain Mickey ears. So I decided to do something special....but not too out there, I do like to stay traditional to a point.
Anyhow I found this skull bead and figured I would use them on my hat. So I made a fabric bow (I'm not super jazzed about the fabric but it was the best I had on hand right now...if I see something I like better then I will redo it Tongue) Anyhow now I have not only a custom bow but a skull on there as well Smiley So at least now I have something original to wear to Bats Day.
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36  2 patchwork type wallets in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by jenefor on: May 09, 2006 12:46:48 PM
These are two wallets that I had made....since I cant seem to find a Velcro wallet anymore at the Hello Kitty store Sad (if anyone has a HK store that has them let me know)

This one is my first attempt...I love the little snail and such on there and I really like how it turned out. However I never took into consideration when I made it  the fact that once cards and $ were in there it would be too tight to close Sad

Here is the outside...

And here is the inside...

This one is my second attempt and I have been using it just fine...


and outside...I decided to just go with simple stars on this one since my eyes were fried with doing the other one just before...

And even though they don't look it since they have been in the "folded" position they are all straight Smiley
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37  Shrine, Bedroom set and Tiki bar in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by jenefor on: May 08, 2006 05:56:39 PM
Ok so I didn't want to bog down the board with seperate posts so I figured I would just make a one for all since it is all "home stuff"
First off this is a tiki bar that me and my husband made from scratch...the inside has 3 shelves (I would have took a pict but I didn't want to disrupt "sleeping beauty")

Then this is a bedroom set that we made for my son (he is 4). We couldn't find anything that we liked ready made and since he liked skating we figured that  we would make it just plywood like a ramp. We made the bookshelves too (there is one on the other side of the bed as well)

And then this is a shrine that we made...it was actually a  clock body that we got from a yard sale. my husband painted it and we decopaged the sides from computer printouts.
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38  Dia de muertos pot holders in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by jenefor on: May 05, 2006 10:48:01 PM
Hi there ths is my first post of stuff that i have made...I mae some of these for Christmas gifts this past year. (And for my self too)
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