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321  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / New craft room, help! on: January 17, 2007 10:31:37 PM
My father has decided to give me my brother's room when he moved out, he said I could use it for anything. And I want to make it into a craft room! Cheesy

I've been living out of drawers and boxes forever and now that I have a whole room to set up how I want it, I'm lost.

I'm into sewing and beading/jewery, drawing, painting, ect.

Anyone have some ideas to through out? Like what would be best to keep things seperated and not too cluttered.


P.S. I've been given huge flat glass table to work on and a drawing table, other than those two surfaces, I've nothing.  Embarrassed
322  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Discussion and Questions / Re: Interesting Fish Bowl on: December 12, 2006 11:27:14 PM
My sister LOVES fish and she has a warped sense of humor. She stuck sushi menus and sushi pictures on the back on her tank. And put a decorative bowl and chopsticks inthe tank.

Her fish absolutely adored the bowl and would lay inside of it. They tended to flip it over and get stuck beneath it if they were playing really hard. Maybe some rocks in the bottom or glue the bowl to a plate and then put it in the tank, wouldn't let your fish flip it. Cheesy
323  HOME SWEET HOME / Pet-Related Crafts: Discussion and Questions / Safe-Paint for mice? on: December 12, 2006 11:19:58 PM
I just bought my mice a super cute wooden house. HOWEVER, the design is super cute but not the colours. Undecided

The house needs brick walls and a little garden. So my little girls and I both can enjoy it. <333;

I was wondering if anyone could recommend some sort of paint I could use on their house without hurting my mice. Cry
324  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / OMG tshirt~ <33 on: November 20, 2006 11:23:10 PM
OKAYSO, I'm a big girl and I LOVED this medium green tshirt I found at Savers. It was all worn to the perfect feel and it was just a beautil green.

This is my first sewing clothes project. I made a purse, and other than that, I've no other experience with a machine.

HOWEVER, I've been wanting to make something to wear for ages and I decided to dive in and this is what turned out:

I just added a triangle shaped piece of fabric to a slit I cut up the middle of the shirt. I also put the shirt on, grabbed a highlighter and marked out the neck shape that I wanted. I can't stand the collar around my neck, but I'm still modest enough not to show off LIKEMAJOR cleavage. I love fitted shirts, because I may be big, but I love showing off my shape.  Cheesy

I think I might grab a light cream ribbon at Joann's in the next couple days and outline the panel, the stitching is still a little wobbly.  Embarrassed
325  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: Here I am twice, A Duct Tape Double (now with the right picture :)) on: November 19, 2006 11:43:18 PM
That looks so good.  Wink

I did one with bright pink duct tape about a week ago and I stuffed it too much and it's bigger than I am, and I'm still have to make adjustments. (I'm lazy. Cheesy)
326  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: New to Sewing and Patterns. HELP. on: September 30, 2006 04:50:30 AM
Wow. Maybe reading a book/forum would have helped alot in the first place. Grin

Still a bit confused, I guess I still have to work on it.
327  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / New to Sewing and Patterns. HELP. on: September 30, 2006 03:14:17 AM
OKAYSO. I was wondering about the sizes on certain patterns. Let's say the pattern would fit a size 12 woman. How does one adjust the pattern to fit a larger size woman?

Would you just add your extra inches to the bust, hips and waist, ect? Huh

I'm confused, because I've been looking at patterns, and some of the ones for the smaller women are so cute and I want to make them to fit my curves.  Cry
328  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Pottery, Ceramics, etc: Completed Projects / Cermaic Projects: OMGI'M NEW and I'm showing off. :O <33 on: June 02, 2006 04:48:46 AM
I've been browsing this place for ages and needed to ask a question from someone.. finally. Decided to make an account and show off some projects.


Ceramic stuffs :O

The hand and the weird organ looking thing were glazed. The rest are hand painted with acrylic paint.  Cheesy

I have two finished ceramic projects that haven't been photographed yet. One's a little fire demon from DnD and the other is the complete head of my friend Hunter. They'll be posted if I get some nice comments. Grin

ANDI MADE A PIRATE PATCH. Because it's so cute, and wearanble. And I thought you guys might like it. Cheesy

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