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101  Herb drier/hanger in Recipes and Cooking Tips by balkandina on: March 23, 2007 01:28:02 PM
I think that this goes in this thread...
I needed a way to hang up my herbs to dry and also to make my pantry wall (which is actually just a nook at the top of the basement stairs) look cool because you can see it from the kitchen-no door. SO I took bamboo sticks and tied them together with jute string and hung the sage,etc... on it. I just grab some off it as I need it for cooking.
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102  Re: Altered Book and ring holder! in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by balkandina on: March 23, 2007 12:39:25 PM

I think I finally figured out, with help, how to get the pictures in this!!

Now if I can just get a better camera... Embarrassed
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103  Recycled Poetry Fence in Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects by balkandina on: March 21, 2007 04:06:39 PM
I made this a few years ago and like it so much that I have moved it across town to a new house! It is made out of an old fence that fell down and I just used craft paint to write on it. Jack Kerouac is my husband's favourite writer and the haikus fit on it well. I actually had my high school students write their own haikus and we wrote them with Sharpies on a really big privacy fence that someone was throwing out. You can grow vines up the boards-I use Morning Glories and sweet peas. I didn't polyurethane it because I kinda like the whole decay and wear look on old wood I just tie it to the tree loosely with cord and put some big rocks against the bottom to hold it up You could set it more permanently..
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104  Re: Sewing slippery satin if you haven't done it in a LONG time??? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by balkandina on: March 20, 2007 07:46:11 PM
Here's the final project...I think I figured out how to upload photos finally Cheesy
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105  Re: My daughter's Historical/Hysterical Victorian dress!! in Costumes: Completed Projects by balkandina on: March 20, 2007 07:37:36 PM
Now I think I have it!!! Roll Eyes
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106  My daughter's Historical/Hysterical Victorian dress!! in Costumes: Completed Projects by balkandina on: March 20, 2007 06:35:48 PM
I asked questions about sewing satin without puckering on another thread, but I wanted to show the final project...I hope. I'm still new at the photo posting Smiley
My middle school daughter competes in History Day Performance and this year she was Baby Doe Tabor.  I bought the Simplicity 4078 pattern, but she wanted short sleeves and a few other changes. Here's what we ended upo with...and she's going to Colorado state finals! Of course, it wasn't all her costume, but I'm a little proud!!!
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