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11  Sith Lord (Yule gift for hubby) in Stenciling: Completed Projects by dollmaker on: November 07, 2006 10:29:05 AM
I think I did a good job, for my first try. I really wanted it to look like graffiti !!  Cheesy

Tell me what you think. Undecided

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12  My 1st custom Imp !!!!!!! in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by dollmaker on: November 05, 2006 12:45:58 PM
This is my first custom Imp. He is kinda dark because of the navy blue skin. I love the green hair and goatee. He was a blast to make, with his little tiny wings, green eyebrows, and horns. I love adding the personality. I wish I had a better pic to show but he was really hard to photograph.  I hope my customer likes him!

For now here is two close-ups of the face!

Thanks for looking !!!  Kiss

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13  Witchy-Poo (Edit: another photo) in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by dollmaker on: November 05, 2006 12:39:45 PM
I was itching to make a doll that I could do a paint wash on it. So I came up with this little lady. I think she is just too cool !! I love the colors.

She has hand-dyed wool hair, and the cutest halloween outfit!!
Thanks for looking,

Cristina  Cheesy

Edit: Another photo of her whole body!!

You can see her shoes right next to her feet!!
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14  !!Adult Content!! I need advice! Pic heavy in Quilting: Completed Projects by dollmaker on: October 12, 2006 01:47:23 PM
I made these Quilted Vagina Wallhangings a few months ago and they are currently hanging in my bedroom. I love them and think that they celebrate a body part that so many women feel ashamed of. I never have so I felt like making something pretty out of it. The advice I need is. Do you think that I should make some more and sell them on etsy ?? I guess I just want to know if people think that they are vulgar (as my mother and younger sister think) or are they celebratory as I feel they are Huh!!!?!?!?! Opinions please !!


closeup sideview:

Please tell me what you think  !!! Thanks Cristina
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15  Re: Dolls in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Discussion and Questions by dollmaker on: October 04, 2006 04:54:06 AM
I make a lot of dolls, hence my sign-on name!! I always shop at www.joggles.com she has great prices and a HUGE selection. I have bought tons of patterns from her. What I did was buy a pattern that I thought was kinda hard and I wouldn't be able to do. Then I did it, reading the instructions over and over again as I went. This is the first doll I made with a needlesculpted face. The pattern is by Ute Vasina. She has her own website. www.enchantingdelights.com

Once I made this one I started making others just adapting the pattern as I went. But I really did need to practice from this first one. Check out those websites above it's great !!! Have fun and practice practice practice !!!

Cristina  Wink
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16  Sister and Brother-in-law in Embroidery in Needlework: Completed Projects by dollmaker on: October 02, 2006 10:35:15 AM
This was soooooo much fun! I found a couple of photos of my sister and brother-in-law and turned them into coloring pages. Then transfered them onto fabric.

This is my Brother-in-Law, acting goofy wearing fake rubber teeth at a party.


My sister wearing her infamous Jackie O. sunglasses:


Now my sister is a new member to this site and has told me she loves it. So I hope she's not upset that I posted her and her funny hubby!!!  Kiss Kiss

Love ya baby sis !! (ps. I do not want to EVER embroider facial hair again!! It was such a bitch!) (pardon my french!  Shocked Shocked)

Finished product: pardon the orange samhain tablecloth!!

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17  Nintendo Embroidery in Needlework: Completed Projects by dollmaker on: September 28, 2006 02:35:00 PM
I posted these pics in the stitch-a-long thread but thought I would put them in here too.



Badies and a yoshi egg:

the other half of that fabric

You can't tell but all these things are on crisp white fabric. (bad lighting I guess) I think that I'm going to turn them into a quilted wallhanging. I really love them !!!  Grin
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18  Re: Nintendo/Videogame stitchalong? in Needlework: Stitchalongs by dollmaker on: September 28, 2006 11:04:06 AM
This is so ironic. Just 2 days ago I started my brother's birthday gift and it is Nintendo themed embroidery. Then I find this thread. I love Craftster !! Here's so pics so far.



Other half of the Badies:

Mario in progress:(Don't know how well you can see it.)

And Megaman (for my husband!):

I embroidered them all then colored them in with colored pencils. I think they look kinda cool.

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19  Beaded Goddess Idol, Necklace and Wand in Beads: Completed Projects by dollmaker on: August 14, 2006 03:46:18 AM
I just finished this Beaded Idol last night. I have been working on it for about 3 months.

My Goddess necklace:

And my wand that I made on a whim yesterday:

Close up of top:

Thanks for looking !!

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20  I made a tree of life pendant too!! in Beads: Completed Projects by dollmaker on: August 13, 2006 06:54:34 AM
I took at look at Ralph's post this morning and decided that I had to try this project.... I loved it.

This is mine: I am using it as a sun catcher instead of a necklace.

And a close up of the beading:

This is such a fun project and you really can't make a mistake. Thanks Ralph great project!!  

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