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41  Re: batman boxers! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by alixianervosa on: December 23, 2005 10:50:02 AM
The only thing i did different from the pattern was i didn't add the snaps to the fly.

Is it bad that I read that and then immediately did the Loralei Gilmore "Dirty"
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42  my prettiful guitar in Completed Projects by alixianervosa on: September 07, 2004 01:44:53 PM
I decoupaged my guitar and glued rhinestones around the outside.  This is mainly to distract from the fact that I'm still learning to play.  I plan on adding more clippings as I find things that I like. 
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43  tribute to ty pennington in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by alixianervosa on: September 06, 2004 06:13:09 PM
Well, this is kind of a long story, but basically, last year I met Ty when he came to Austin.  I made this shirt by printing on fabric, which in my rush to make I didn't realize was not iron on.  So in the car on the way there I sewed the corners down of my I love TY patch to mine and my two friend's shirts.  We made a huge fuss at the littel show and finally he noticed us and promised to sign out shirts afterward.  Well we got in line for autographs, but then security guards came and pulled us aside.  We went backstage after he was done signing everyone elses' stuff and he signed our shirts and we took a picture with him.  So this is my I heart TY shirt on a hanger with part of a body model from express on the bottom wearing the back half of a pair of jeans I destroyed, and y cowboy hat is on top.  Kinda lame and cute at the same time. 

and yes, his hand brushed my chest when he signed it ::faints:: I think he was more red in the face than I was

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44  wall art - pics work! in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by alixianervosa on: September 06, 2004 06:07:17 PM
I plan on making more of these, but this was my sample.
I just used some glass I had left over from a mosaic project, plastic resin, and one of those cheap plastic picture frames with the cardboard insert...for like certificates and stuff.
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45  martini glass- pictures actually work! in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by alixianervosa on: September 06, 2004 06:05:18 PM
I made this glass at one of those ceramic painting places.  I have it on my dresser, it holds my spare change.

detail of base

inside glass

I just painted ang glazed it, they do all of the real work.  I'm going to another one in two weeks, hopefully I'll make something fun to share!
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46  t-shirt surgery just in time for football season in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by alixianervosa on: September 05, 2004 01:09:21 PM
So yesterday was the first Longhorn football game of the season...and let me tell you, football season is my favorite time of year.  So, I was getting ready to go to the game and I realized that since losing thirty pounds(praises self) I have not bought new longhorn gear.  I instantly logged onto craftster, grabbed the nearest burnt orange t-shirt, a pair of scissors, and went crazy.  The results I came up with were semi sloppy, but got lots of compliments none the less. 

This is the front

This is the back

and now, I model...
the front

and the back...not the best quality pic...my webcam and I were having a little spat.
Oh, and don't mind the mess of my room, I have yet to unpack

I used two tutorials from ohmystars.net
It tooke me about 15 minutes.  Next time I will spend more time making the front look less bunched up.  Afterall, I can't wear that one to all the games, now can I?
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47  Re: I need ideas on how to make GIANT SPIDERS! in Halloween Costumes by alixianervosa on: August 16, 2004 12:30:45 PM
What we do usually looks pretty cool.  We tie clothesline around a tree.  Then we tie long pieces of clothes line from the tree and stake them into the ground...we use like 7 and have one in the middle and three going out on each side.  Then we take more clothesline and tie it to each piece going across to make a grid.  It turns out as a giant spider web.  Does this make sense so far?  Then we take two black garbage bags and put a beach ball inside of each(inflated).  we take the two open ends and tie them together and cut off the access.  Then we take a third garbage bag and cut it down the seams so it is a flat sheet.  We cut 8 strips from that.  Then tie the strips over that middle knot between the two balls.  then we tie each leg spread out to the clothesline spiderweb.  It looks really cool when done.  Maybe my sad attempt at drawing it will help?!?!

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48  Important ? + Picture/Scrapbook Quilt...Fun, bright colors! edit:pictures work in Quilting: Completed Projects by alixianervosa on: August 05, 2004 07:03:04 PM
I made this quilt for a friend who will be graduating college this december.  Now that I've made it I've realized that I could make money making similar items to sell to girls in my sorority.  I posted this question somewhere else but didn't get a reply so I was wondering how much you would be willing to pay for a mini quilt or pillow.  I was thinking that starting with pillows I would charge $25 and up depending on the size, how many squares, if both sides have pattern or one is solid, that sort of thing.  For a mini quilt(2.5'x2.5' ish) with a solid back I was thinking like $50-$65.  I don't know really, what do y'all think Huh

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