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1  Skull Print Baby Onsie in Baby Showers And Gifts For New Babies by HeatherMark on: August 16, 2005 07:41:00 PM
Im working on some Halloween items for three upcoming craft shows I have in NJ.  This one is pretty simple, I bought a onsie and hand stamped Skulls and added ribbon roses to it.  I also hand dyed the other onsies I have and am going to paint over those.

How much should I charge?  This one is the less detailed of the others I am doing.  Im waiting to get my skull and crossbones stencils for the other ones.  Anyways let me know what you guys think.
This is what I have been working on, I have other stuff though that is hand dyed and Im waiting for that to dry now.  [img]http://This is what I have been working on, I have other stuff though that is hand dyed and Im waiting for that to dry now.  This is one of the Halloween Onsie
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2  Re: My first screens in Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions by HeatherMark on: July 29, 2005 12:46:59 PM
I dont have the font name but I got it off of a free font site.  I have also made new designs, here they are! Im going to do panties and tanks too
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3  Re: My first screens in Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions by HeatherMark on: July 29, 2005 12:38:46 PM
omg, thanks so much! I did make shirts out of that one and I already sold 3 without really advertising, I had the pics up on myspace.  Here is a pic of the "broken" print.  I did it on an old shirt, but I also make Brandy new shirts too.  If you would like one they are $13.00 each I have other designs too! 
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4  Re: Swallow and Frankenstein Stencils in Stenciling: Completed Projects by HeatherMark on: August 31, 2004 09:17:53 AM
I cut the neckline of the Frankenstein tee and added a bow to the side shoulder.  the waist came out a little big but I love it.  Im selling it on Ebay though, but I will be making more shirts this week so I will post them and the stencils.  Heres a pic of me wearing it:
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5  My Starry NIghts soap Finally PICS! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by HeatherMark on: August 10, 2004 08:19:05 AM
I finally figured out PhotoBucket.  Here is my starry starry nights soap.  Made in Glycerine with sugar cookie scent asdded.  The stars where made in a seperate mold and then stuck to the top with melted soap.  The top layer is yellow coconut soap and the bottom is clear blue glycerine with glitter.  Sorry for the glare, I wrapped my soap in plastic and then put on the scanner.  I havent made too many soap bars recently, though but I do want to get back into it.
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6  Felt Fun Tons of Pics! in Completed Projects by HeatherMark on: June 27, 2004 11:33:56 AM
This goes with my other post, but I am having a great time with my camera phone so I took more pics.  These are pics of my felt crafts which I made into hair clips and Felt Pins for Guitar Straps.  Let me know what you guys thing and if you would buy them (I want to sell and need opinions).  Also this was my first prototype, I will make the next line out of leather.

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7  Re: My Felt Hair Clips in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by HeatherMark on: June 27, 2004 10:03:14 AM
Heres the other one:
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