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1  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re: Where do you get those super neato animated .GIFs? on: May 06, 2006 09:42:22 AM
oh. i'd try avatarhell.com. that's what i use now that my free trial is up.

YAAAYYYY!!!  Avatarhell.com has a bunch of neatos ones!  Thanks!!
2  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re: Where do you get those super neato animated .GIFs? on: May 03, 2006 02:22:46 PM
Hello...
     I know this is Craftster and all...but does this mean I have to make them?  I'm good at cutting and pasting, but when it comes to using a program to to video stuff on a computer I am a total moron.  I wouldn't even know where to get the movie clips to use.  Does anyone know of a site that they may be on?
Thanks Again
3  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Where do you get those super neato animated .GIFs? on: April 29, 2006 08:52:48 PM
Hello...
     I have seen so many cool animated .gif files on here for your Craftster photo IDs.  Where the heck are you getting them?  Ones like the movie clip of Napolean Dynomite dancing or Wil Ferrel's MORE COWBELL!?
I'd love to find out!
Thanks
Trixiebelle
4  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Preventing T Shirt Print From Cracking? on: February 16, 2006 08:50:00 PM
Hello...
     I was wondering if any one else has this problem.  Has anyone out there had a T-shirt that they loved and the iron-on/print starts to crack on it?  This is happening to a few of my Ts that I haven't wore that often, and when they were washed it was in cold water and they have never seen a dryer.  Does anyone have a way to prevent that?
Thanks
Trixiebelle
5  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions / Re: Halterneck 50s style dress with shrug on: February 11, 2006 01:27:31 PM
     I really needed a crinoline quick for Halloween so I  went to the thrift shore and bought a half slip and an old prom dress and cut the tulle pouff out of it and sewed it onto the slip.  I've since used it under other dresses.   
6  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions / Re: For those lazy days: fat girl online sites on: February 07, 2006 10:35:17 AM
     Torrid used to have cool clothes for rockabilly/psychobetties, but alas that is no more.  I checked them recently and they have added a section called 'The Edge'.  Not edgy.  This site is the tops for great Viva Las Vegas style... www.modemerr.com   They custom make their clothes and go up to XXXL (46" - 38" - 49").  So it may take up to 3-4 weeks for delivery, but they also have an in stock inventory section that will ship out faster.  Way Swayze site.   Wink   Check them out.
7  CLOTHING / Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions / Who Gots A Halter/Corset Pattern or Tute For Va Va Voom Girls? on: February 04, 2006 10:26:11 PM
Jane!!  How do you work this crazy thing?!?  Anyways...this is my first post and I really would love some help, a pattern, or a how to on how to make those great halter tops like the one RazorBladeMeg has posted.  I tried to make one tonight, and it looks kinda poopy.  It still looks like a big square guy's concert T with the top missing and some girly fabric sewn into the sides, which is not at all sexy.  I am built just like my father so I look like him in drag, but less hairy and with bigger boobs.  Is there a secret to how to cut the front & back panels or something?  Or is it the side panels that hold the secret?  Is there anyway to avoid the tell-tale triangle side insert that will have that shirt hugging my hooters and gracefully disguising my 'muffin top' I have aquired from bulking up for the winter.  Hey, it's cold on the banks of Lake Erie, damn it!  (As I write this it is 1 AM and I am polishing off the leftover seafood alfredo I had for dinner.  Why are my pants so tight?  Cheesy)  AND...(I know, this is too long)...does anyone know an easy way to make the sweetheart necklines that stay up and don't fold over on the above mentioned shirts of mystery?  I have went to ohmystars.com for her tutes, and by golly they were good.  But, judging from her pics, I am thinking that she is not 5'3" and weighing as much as most NBA players.  That would be my description.  Ok, this is more than a mouthfull (of alfredo) and I better thank everyone in advance that replies and post this damn thing already.  THANKA YOU!!! Kiss
--Trixie the Vixie
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