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1  First post: Make a postcard out of a Polariod! in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by thatmosleygirl on: January 08, 2007 01:55:00 AM
Well, obviously the first thing that I need to say in this post is that YOU ARE ALL GENIOUSES. I have been crafting/sculpting/drawing/painting since I was 12 years old, and it hurts my heart a lot that it took me until the ripe old age of 19 years old to find this goldmine of ... amazing.

Now, I'm at college right now, and that means limited materials. All my crafty stuff is at home. What I do have though...

Is a bunch of blurry/way too dark/horribly out of focus Polaroids from the camera I got for Christmas and was learning how to use for the first week or so. (Yes, they still make Polaroid cameras, and in my opinion every person with an artistic bone in their body needs one.)

ANYWAY I took one of my mistakes and made a postcard for my aunt with it out of the limited crafting supplies I have here (i.e. a sewing kit). I'm sure that sooo much more could be done with them, along the lines of the beautiful ATC's I've seen on here.

I like the fact that you can write a message on it Polaroid-style.

Beforesss. Okay, I didn't actually use these ones. But I guess I could think of something crafty to do with them... a little book, maybe? With one as the cover and the title written in the caption space?
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