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1  Teeny Tiny Bob Ross in CHALLENGE 90 ENTRIES by AGFH on: September 05, 2013 10:05:04 AM
I collect patterns from all over the plae. Books, magazines, the internet, etc.
I have no idea where this pattern came from, so credit for the inspiration goes to whoever I got it from.

This is a teeny tiny Bob Ross, cross stitched on 14 count plastic canvas, It is backed with felt and is a fridge magnet.

Hope you like him!
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2  Re: Wire Wrapped Tree - Added Pic in Completed Projects by AGFH on: April 22, 2012 08:32:41 PM
Now in a pot!

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3  Wire Wrapped Tree - Added Pic 4-22 in Completed Projects by AGFH on: April 20, 2012 11:47:28 AM
Have not posted in awhile, but I wanted to show this off.
Wire and bead wrapped tree - about 1 foot tall.
I now have no skin on my fingers! LOL!

I will be wrapping the roots around a rock and will put it in a pot...

I put a wire wrapped nest of eggs in it

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4  Various Ornaments in Winter Holidays by AGFH on: December 16, 2011 05:16:38 PM
Here are some of the various ornaments I have made this year:

These were all made out of salt dough.

Felt pinecones.

Quilled ornaments.

Candy Wreath

Painted wooden ornaments. There are tons more of these, but they are hanging in my husband's office.
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5  First Quilling Project in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by AGFH on: October 25, 2011 08:57:39 PM
This is my first quilling project...a gift for my mom...

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6  Door Decor in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by AGFH on: May 29, 2011 02:47:21 PM

Paper towel rolls cut into strips:

Hot glue the strips together into 5 petal flowers and then spray paint the color(s) of your choice:

Hot glue flowers together and hang above/around a door frame:

Got the idea from here:

They used more flowers, but my spot wasn't wide enough for that.

Hope you like!
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7  Bag For A Galaxy Tab in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by AGFH on: May 20, 2011 09:43:37 AM
Made this for my husband's Galaxy Tab. I had to make it in the  middle of the night because it's the only time the Tab is not in his hands. It's made from neoprene and is lined with a microfiber towel. I used seatbelt straps for the strap. This is for him to use when he is walking or riding his bike. No action shot because of course he took the Tab to work with him, LOL, so I will just have to say that the bag hangs on your back and in no way looks like a purse. The fit is very tight so there is no wobbling around.

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8  Tiki Wall Hanging in Completed Projects by AGFH on: January 26, 2011 09:09:14 PM
A sushi mat, some vintage binding, fabric cutouts, and a handful of beads.

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9  Basic Basket For Out Of Control Pills in Needlework: Completed Projects by AGFH on: November 28, 2010 05:52:18 PM
Nothing special, but I thought I would share anyway.

I have to take a ridiculous amount of pills every day and they were taking over the kitchen counter. I made a basket to hold them all in one place because no matter what else I did they took to walking all over the place, even if no one was in the kitchen....LOL!

Here is the basket:

And here it is in action!

Made from plastic canvas, vintage yarn, and glass beads.
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10  Re: Organization in Needlework: Discussion and Questions by AGFH on: June 26, 2010 06:24:09 AM
I use floss bobbins and boxes. They are really cheap, plus you can actually make the bobbins yourself out of things like cereal boxes.

Here are the bobbins. Simply wrap each color on it's own bobbin. There are plastic and cardboard bobbins, I prefer the cardboard. Note that there is space on either end to write the color number:

And here is the box. They come in several different sizes and some have a spot on one side to keep your needles and a small pair of scissors:

Place the bobbins in the box(es) in numerical order and BOY HOWDY, you are organized and neat!
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