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1  Re: Christmas Ornament Swap 2016 - Send out Dec. 3. in The Swap Gallery by HeroicHatchling on: December 10, 2016 04:53:29 PM
I also got a gorgeous metal chain mail star from Onyxnox (did you buy the pointy bits, or make them somehow??) I love it.

And today I got a super surprise in the mail, I lovely fabric origami poinsettia. Thank you so much!

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2  Cotton Ball Ghost in Halloween Decor and Parties by HeroicHatchling on: November 06, 2016 01:42:52 PM
Yet another toddler Halloween craft. We made a ghost puppet by cutting a ghost shape out of cardboard, and gluing on cotton balls, a paper mouth, googly eyes, and a Popsicle stick handle.

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3  Toilet Paper Tube Monster in Halloween Decor and Parties by HeroicHatchling on: November 06, 2016 01:38:54 PM
Another in the " my toddler loves Halloween Crafts" series. We made monsters by decorating toilet paper tubes with sharpies. Then we added arms and legs (with paper hands and feet) by punching holes in the tubes and twisting or taping pipe cleaners on. We finished them off with glued on googly eyes.

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4  Q-Tip Skeleton in Halloween Decor and Parties by HeroicHatchling on: November 06, 2016 12:24:57 PM
My young daughter loves Halloween and crafts, so I tried to come up with lots of easy Halloween craft projects for her this year. One of her favorites is this skeleton. We made it out of Q-tips that we glued onto paper. The hips are cotton balls, and the skull is paper with googly eyes glued on.

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5  Handmade Adult Owl Halloween Costume in Halloween Costumes by HeroicHatchling on: November 06, 2016 12:03:16 PM
We let our daughter choose our Halloween costumes this year, she decided that Dad had to be an Owl so I got to work making his costume. I hand sewed the mask out of felt (using a modified kids mask pattern as a basic template) with embroidered feathers on it. Then I sewed muslin wings onto an old shirt, made a feather stamp out of an old foam leaf stamp (I cut out a bunch of bits of the leaf stamp with an exacto blade to get a nice feather stamp), and stamped the front of the shirt and wings with 3 different colors of acrylics. While that was drying I cut out thousands of fabric feathers. I then glued them all on the back of the wings and the sides and arms of the shirt using Fabri Tac fabric glue. When it was dry I declared the costume complete. (Originally I was going to make shorts and a tail to go with it as well, but after gluing over a thousand feathers I decided that enough was enough). My husband wore it trick or treating, he said it was a bit heavy, but overall it was comfortable. All in all a successful costume.

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6  Washer Necklace in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by HeroicHatchling on: September 15, 2006 01:09:16 PM
I found a tutorial Here: http://www.homeofthesampler.com/howtos/smallobject.html and thought I would try it, about an hour later I had this:

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