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 81 
 on: July 20, 2017 12:13:33 PM 
Started by TheMistressT - Last post by TheMistressT
After some practice with a couple of semi-wearable muslins, I made this panda shirt!



I used Vogue 9205, a Very Easy Vogue pattern, View A. The fabric is by Art Gallery Fabrics, Pandalcious Jersey Knit.

 82 
 on: July 20, 2017 11:23:12 AM 
Started by rockingbearranch - Last post by MissingWillow
Spikefan sent me some really well done cards for this swap, Princess Leia and Venture Brothers.  Thanks so much for these little pieces of art!


 83 
 on: July 20, 2017 09:16:42 AM 
Started by rockingbearranch - Last post by pioneer9
I received two cards from rockingbearranch. I admit I was a little confused at first, because they came as a postcard:



I figured I was supposed to cut them out, but the images were about a quarter inch short of ATC size, and attempting to cut them with a boarder from the postcard would result in getting part of the label underneath or the orange postal ink code on the top. So finally I just cut out the images and mounted them on cardstock of my own, which I hope doesn't mess with rockingbearranch's artistic integrity...



Thank you, rockingbearranch!

 84 
 on: July 20, 2017 08:35:55 AM 
Started by rockingbearranch - Last post by bunny1kenobi
I got some awesome cards from spikefan! I'm glad you are feeling better- these cards are fantastic!

For my pop art junk food theme:



And this adorable little guy for my cute monsters theme:



Thank you spikefan! I love all of these, and they were worth the wait!

 85 
 on: July 20, 2017 07:20:29 AM 
Started by roler - Last post by pioneer9
Those are adorable, craftylittlemonkey!

I received from audio! She chose my blackbird and fandom themes. The Farscape/ Peackeeper symbol one is my favorite (upper left), but they are all impressive. The Doctor Who one is particular is so detailed! Thanks, audio.


 86 
 on: July 20, 2017 05:38:34 AM 
Started by roler - Last post by craftylittlemonkey
My partner seems to be pretty busy right now so I've gotten permission to post photos of the twinchies I sent her.
I went with her themes of wish, dandelion (also a wish), dreams, and flowers.


Don't be too impressed with the flowers, I have some sizzix paddle punches that cut shapes out of paper or fabric that I used for those and the leaves Cheesy. The circles for the dream cloud were made with a regular paper hole punch.

 87 
 on: July 20, 2017 12:25:57 AM 
Started by tattfae - Last post by tattfae
And one more  Smiley


 88 
 on: July 20, 2017 12:18:13 AM 
Started by tattfae - Last post by tattfae
Been learning how to viking knit   Smiley


 89 
 on: July 20, 2017 12:08:49 AM 
Started by inkblob - Last post by inkblob
Hello,

just wanted to share my latest project:



I used plywood, water paint and transparent Lacquer.


The table itself is made from 2 discs of thin plywood, connected with a small piece of wooden curtain rod.

All the best, Inkblob.

 90 
 on: July 19, 2017 06:03:08 PM 
Started by LovelyMiss - Last post by Smeddley
Hey, look, it's not the last day of the month and I'm posting something!  If I can type it, I'm working on a project for hubby/the gaming group that is KILLING my hand.  It certainly won't be done today...

All the rest I have are from Lifebook 2013 - I'm a little behind on my art lessons, I know...

Prompt: June #1 - Swamp of Undrying Glue
Team: Clan of Makers
Bonus Points: Community
Project Name: Stained Glass Art
Project Link: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=452794.0
Brief Description: This required so much waiting (and took so much time!).  Coat one side of the paper, let it dry.  Coat the other side, let it dry.  Paint it, let it dry.  Cut it out, glue it down, let it dry.  Coat it again, let it dry... for as many hours as it took to make, it took equally long just waiting around.
Project Photo:


Prompt: June #4 - Valley of the Nearly Royal Personage
Team: Clan of Makers
Bonus Points: N/A
Project Name: Flower painting
Project Link: N/A
Brief Description: I altered the lesson to make the flower less three-dimensional, so it would fit in the book, but it's definitely a flower.  I don't particularly like it, but it's a lesson I can check off now (and not the worst thing I've made for LB, so...)
Project Photo:


Prompt: June #5 - Scrap Mountain
Team: Clan of Makers
Bonus Points: N/A
Project Name: Collage Woman #1
Project Link: N/A
Brief Description: One of the reasons I dislike collage is that I don't like keeping all the little scraps of interesting paper that make it look good.  Also, I hate gluing things down.  LB has a lot of collages, though, so I have saved up a few weird scraps that I finally put to use.
Project Photo:


Prompt: July Battle - FIGHT!
Team: Clan of Makers
Bonus Points: N/A
Project Name: Heart Painting
Project Link: N/A
Brief Description: What is more courageous than heart?  This one turned out okay, but I originally used a stencil for the heart and later decided it wasn't cute and chubby enough, and no amount of gesso would keep those blasted watercolor markers from floating up to the top.  Argh!
Project Photo:


Prompt: July #2 - Wing Buffet
Team: Clan of Makers
Bonus Points: N/A
Project Name: Bird Painting
Project Link: N/A
Brief Description: This lesson was two paintings, but I did them smaller and side-by-side on one sheet.  One is a bird!  Flying!  For the record, nope, don't like this painting at all.  But hey, I'm learning and trying new styles/techniques, right?
Project Photo:


Prompt: July #4 - Claws
Team: Clan of Makers
Bonus Points: N/A
Project Name: Collage Woman #2
Project Link: N/A
Brief Description: Yay, more collage!  I do like the way ripped edges glue down better, so I never cut when I have to do collage lessons.  Ripping all the way!  (And yes, the two women are the same silhouette, because one lesson provided the stencil and the other didn't, and I just used the same one for both - one lesson was a collage woman, cut out and glued to the background, the other was a collage on paper with the silhouette painted around it).
Project Photo:

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