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1  Robot Family Portrait in Needlework: Completed Projects by cierah99 on: February 13, 2010 05:00:12 PM
So, this is a combo of several different ideas. 1. Robot family portrait. 2. the attached hearts by a string and 3. The 'EST' and then date of wedding. This is an anniversary present for the hubby - 2 years in March! The traditional present for the 2 year anniversary is cotton so I used 100% cotton embroidery thread. This is my first 'real' embroidery project so some parts are a little wonky but I think that makes them cuter!

The one with two distinct feet is the boy. Plus, I've since switched them on the wall so the string doesn't go through the 'Est' line.
Thanks for looking! Smiley
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2  Re: Steampunk Circus Swap in The Swap Gallery by cierah99 on: February 05, 2010 12:47:31 PM

I recieved this awesome package from Alchamy513.
My fav thing is the handwarmers. They fit perfectly and are soooo warm. I would love to be wearing them right now but it's too warm here!

This circus braclet is really cool! It also fits perfectly. If you can't make it out there is pictures of the ring master, sword swallower, Illusionist, dancing bare, fortune teller, clown and strong man. Definatly love this! Classic freakshow pictures.

This is the other necklace I got. I love it! The colors are perfect, plus it will look awesome with my fictional corset and skirt! Motivation to get on that!
The other things in the picture are circus peanuts, another type of candy (that is so yummy!), a moustache necklace, a giant stuffed moustache - I have no idea how she found out about my current moustache obsession but I love them.

All in all, I think this was a very successful first swap for both of us! And anyone who gets Alchamey513 in the future is a lucky duck!
Thanks again!
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3  Re: Zombie, Pirates, and Ninjas Ornaments: My weird tree for Christmas 2010 in Craftalongs by cierah99 on: January 26, 2010 10:11:08 AM
I made some! They have there own post: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=335625.0 - which I don't know how to hyperlink! Smiley
They are made out of salt dough!

Plus I made victims!
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4  Zombie Gingerbread Men! in Winter Holidays by cierah99 on: January 26, 2010 10:07:43 AM
So, my husband left me all alone for 2 months. So.. what's a girl to do? Make his Christmas presents for Christmas 2010! I love Christmas but he doesn't have that much Christmas spirit - what would help this? Zombie Gingerbreadmen ornaments! plus victims!
I decorated a cookie tin.

Close ups!

I made salt dough oranments - a first for me! They would randomly bubble - does anyone know how to fix that?!? It worked out okay though - cuz it helped with the zombie look!

And of course, what are zombies without victims!?

I ended up making 13 zombies and 6 victims.
Now I have to wait a year to see his reaction!
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