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1  Halloween Wanted Posters in Halloween Costumes by Gestalta_Sara on: October 12, 2009 07:13:16 PM
I saw these posters in Martha Stewart's Halloween magazine.  She's selling them for 15 dollars for the 6 poster set on her website.

But I think we all know its MUCH more fun to make things yourself.

These pictures were taken from my Blackberry and do not do them justice at all.

I printed the pictures on my printer, ripped off the edges for a worn look, dyed the paper with tea and then singed the edges with a match.  Some of them were still a little wet when I took these pictures.

The zombie one is my favorite.  =)
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2  Covered Altoid Tin Presents in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Gestalta_Sara on: August 29, 2008 07:37:55 PM
This past year I have been sort of an assistant teacher in a kindergarten classroom.  The woman I worked with taught me a lot, and we had a good time in general working together.

I wanted to give her something at the end of the year to let her know I appreciated her allowing me into her room.

I eventually decided to cover some Altoids tins with Polymer clay (it was fitting because the kids made mothers day pins with my extra clay and I had to explain to her what the stuff did) and give them to her to hold paperclips or something in her desk.

Not terribly impressive, but I didn't have a lot of time to make them.  I think if I had a few more days they would have been better.
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3  Re: Post your photography in here :D in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by Gestalta_Sara on: February 21, 2008 10:38:40 PM
One of my cats, Mina, in her Ikea cat house!

My kitty has that house too!! I love IKEA!

Ok, on to the photography.

This one is of my boyfriend bowling.  I just like how the pins and everything lined up. 

This one if of a friend playing kickball on the beach.  Its one of my favorite photos.  There is just something so appealing about it, I think.

One of those "artistic angles."  Some building near where I used to work.  I was lying on my back and the shadows looked really neat against the pattern of the windows.

And last, a photo I used in my photography final last year.  Once again, I really liked the shadowing. 

I mostly use my digital camera when I do photography stuff because I no longer have access to a dark room, but I  did made some images into transparencies for physical printing last year.  The last photo, I put on some scrapbook paper using liquid light, which was really fun Grin
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4  Chocobo Tin! in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Gestalta_Sara on: July 30, 2007 06:26:45 PM
Take a empty mint tin, add some polymer clay, a lot of geek and you end up with:

Based off the chocobo in Chocobo Tales which was sickeningly cute.

I love chocobos  Grin

Kweh (Happy Crafting)!
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5  Re: Countdown to July Harry Potter Swap! in The Swap Gallery by Gestalta_Sara on: July 10, 2007 05:43:21 PM
So here is my package from my partner!

The box:

A Harry Potter Lunch Box:

Inside the lunch box was an awesome winged key necklace (which I adore because it makes me look so tanned and its from my fave book):

Some jelly slugs (my hair looks wicked shiny...) They were yummy!:

A fun little craft kit:

A cute Hermione clutch bag, inspired from the cable knit hat in the Charmed Knits book:

And at the VERY BOTTOM, hidden by tissue paper, is the most awesomest cookbook ever, full of HP recipes and other family recipes:

I cant wait to use the cookbook!  Some of the recipes make me drool embarrassingly just reading them.

But I absolutely love my package, thank you SOOO much Cfbandit!!
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6  Re: Pasties (How To) for all you aspiring burlesque queens in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Gestalta_Sara on: February 13, 2007 07:28:10 PM
Here is one I finished for my boyfriend (well, not for him...you know what I mean!) for Valentines day.

If you cant tell, its suppose to be a baseball.  He likes baseball a lot (like, scary a lot), and I figure the one way to keep his eyes on me rather than on the spring training reports would be through a baseball pastie.  Also the inside of it is a baseball print cloth, that picture came out awful, so I didnt post it.  Not that hes going to see the inside, but I know I went the whole 9 yards for that pastie.

Kinda goofy. Tongue
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7  Re: Scooby Doo CORDS in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Gestalta_Sara on: July 05, 2006 03:23:22 AM
The butterfly was always my favorite.

Here is one I made a few weeks ago:

Its a quadruple butterfly.

Some woman at work brought some in during a fundraiser to entertain us between calls and we all started showing off what we remember from camps of days gone by.

I remember when I was a counselor, we used to have these HUGE competitions of who could use the most strings, colors, the widest, the longest, the most complicated.  It was soo funny.

The butterfly was usually what I resorted too.  I made one with 8 strings once.  I never finished it.  It was ridiculous.

Oh yeah, enjoy my thigh shot!  The cord brings out my tan  Tongue
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8  Re: AWESOMELY SIMPLE VIDEO GAME CRAFTS! in Beads: Completed Projects by Gestalta_Sara on: June 08, 2006 07:36:43 PM
So here are mine.  I made him two from each of my favorite series (how selfish!).  So I made two final fantasy ones (the mage and the moogle, i wont post these because they look the same as the ones that sexylilsushiroll made in the original post).

Then I made two Super Mario Brothers related ones:

And two PacMan related ones:

and then I made this because I felt like it  Tongue

I am hooked!  Some of them glow in the dark...groovy!  Grin
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9  Re: Newbie Specialty Swap- Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Gestalta_Sara on: April 18, 2006 07:41:59 PM
Here is my little picture story about what Whaam send me  Grin

Here is my cat Helen examining the box and making sure it was safe for me to open:

Here is my other cat Mario helping me remove the paper put in the box to protect the items:

Here is the Sample book, a book where I can put my swatches of yarn:

A view of the awesome binding:

Here is the fold out notebook/journal (I didnt post a picture of the paper inside though I assure you, it folds  Tongue:

Here are the shots of the cards she sent me:

And postcards and the envelopes:

I LOVE EVERYTHING.  Though, I LOVE LOVE LOVE the skeleton cards.  I need to think of something amazing to do with them though.

Thanks soo much Whaam!
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10  Re: Katamari earrings in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Gestalta_Sara on: April 04, 2006 07:19:37 PM
I was in class all day waiting to go home to make these:

A bit more colorful and more layers on the nubby things.  I think they look more like a katamari than the first pair though the first pair is a bit more feminine me thinks.  I guess the katamari earrings I wear will reflect my mood for the day!   Grin

I think my next endeavor will be making the prince so I can have a katamari in one ear and a prince or a cousin in the other.  what do you think?  that might be a bit too extreme...
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