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1  star wars in Completed Projects by r0ckwithme on: July 06, 2014 04:49:54 PM
hello! I made these star wars pictures for my boyfriend. I just painted canvas paper black and splashed gold and silver paint on it. then I cut out these star wars snowflakes I found here:
painted some dollar store frames and bada bing- super easy.
I didn't take pics before I framed them so please excuse the glare.

thanks for looking!

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2  Re: Matchbox Swap 7 (SO 3/30) in The Swap Gallery by r0ckwithme on: April 10, 2013 07:53:44 PM
I received from Sonjaboo this A-MAZ-ING


and all the super cool goodies inside! I love the little heart charm

Thanks so much SonaBoo! I love it
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3  Re: Matchbox Swap 7 (SO 3/30) in The Swap Gallery by r0ckwithme on: April 07, 2013 10:37:02 AM
Here's a better picture of the Donna Noble matchbox I sent to Noushi- it was super hard to get a decent photo, I know.
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4  Re: Matchbox Swap 7 (SO 3/30) in The Swap Gallery by r0ckwithme on: April 06, 2013 10:45:50 AM
I just received the MOST awesome matchbox from NOUSHI- it's A-MAZ-ING! she chose my serial killers theme:
the front and sides- over the heart it has the definition of a serial killer- SO COOL!

annnnnd- it's filled with killer keepsakes! I LOVE the little metal box filled with eyes

Thank you so much noushi! I absolutely love it
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5  Sugar and Spice and everything nice (one NSFW pic)) in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by r0ckwithme on: August 25, 2012 02:39:36 AM
so i made this spice rack with two alcohol boxes and purple duct tape- Then I decorated small jars with labels- WARNING: the last picture is NSFW

close up of the jars:

and the NSFW....

thanks for looking!
oh- and a really cheap drawer organizer- empty water bottles and duct tape
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6  Game of Thrones magnets in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by r0ckwithme on: August 25, 2012 01:36:05 AM
My boyfriend is obsessed with the Game of Thrones books, as well as the television series- so I made him these magnets for his birthday.
the whole lot:

King of the North (Robb Stark):

King in Highgarden(Renly Baratheon):

King on the Iron Throne (Geoffrey Baratheon)

King in the Narrow Sea (Stannis Baratheon)

they are made from the bottom of soda cans, paper and pens- i put elmers over the top as a seal and as you can see some of them smeared a little, but i was still pretty happy with the results.
thanks for looking!
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7  THIS FRAME ROCKS! in CHALLENGE 74 ENTRIES by r0ckwithme on: May 07, 2012 11:58:02 PM
Hello! I'm sure this has been done before but i was actually inspired by all the picture frames i've been making out of shells lately. I collected these rocks at a waterfall in northern Thailand where I live.

The finished project, complete with blind line dinosaur picture:

The making of:

Materials included: Elmer's glue, rocks, cardboard paper, scissors, and paint. (regular paper and pens for drawings)

1. cut shape of cardboard and glue on rocks, then cover with a coating of elmer's (this helps the rocks take the paint better and makes everything more secure.

2. Paint white

3. Paint blue

4. Add crystal shiny rocks (not sure what kind of rocks these little guys are, if anyone knows please share)

this one shows the shininess better

5. Add picture (first i did one of a waterfall, then switched to the dinosaur)

Thanks for looking!
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8  blind line drawings in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by r0ckwithme on: December 11, 2011 12:33:06 AM
I just moved to Thailand and inspired by the things i've seen here i made this collection of blind line drawings (drawings made with one continuous line without looking at the page). The background of each drawing is made from things i've found around- maps, beer labels, tourist pamphlets, and some are painted. Please enjoy.

chang beer

tuk tuk

koi fish


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9  Christmas cards Thailand style in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by r0ckwithme on: December 11, 2011 12:25:23 AM
I recently moved to Thailand and there is a real lack of art supplies here- but i managed to get some newsprint, paper, and markers to make these Christmas cards for my family. The background is weaved strips of newsprint, and the lettering reads "Merry Christmas"... at least i think that is what it says. The drawings are blind line- which is sort of my signature right now. They are attached with thread so they move around- please enjoy.

close up of lettering (If anyone reads Thai- please tell me if this doesn't say what i think)
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10  Alligator people box in Completed Projects by r0ckwithme on: July 01, 2011 07:58:10 PM
Hope this is on the right board- I painted this box for the three tiny movie things swap and i just loved how it came out. The front is a scene from the movie "The alligator people" the movie is in black and white but for the sake of the box i decided to add a few colors- it's just acrylic over a wooden box with a coat of modge podge.



front (shows true colors):

this is the scene i based the painting on:

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