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 91 
 on: May 17, 2019 12:49:32 PM 
Started by Smmarrt - Last post by WiccadWitch
I received from BigBangMomma  Grin!!!
I love all the layers and texture...and the handmade card has a print made by geekgirl1000100, so it's like getting 2  Shocked  Cheesy
Thank you so much!!



Hmmm, looks like it posted sideways...I don't know why...I'll try to fix it....

 92 
 on: May 17, 2019 11:54:27 AM 
Started by Patraw - Last post by Patraw
So male mannequins packing heat do exist!  Well, at least there's equality of sorts there at least.

Speaking of mannequins, I was walking home from the supermarket, early this morning, and noticed a woman's hand hanging from the wall near someone's front door downtown.  I have no earthly idea why.  The middle finger was missing nail polish too, not sure if that had any significance or not.  I would have liked to have gotten a closer photo, but, that's the best I could do from the sidewalk.  It was only a little after 6 AM, so, the occupant(s) were probably still asleep and I probably could have gotten away with it, but, still, it'd be trespassing to go up on their porch to shoot a photo, so, I didn't.


 93 
 on: May 17, 2019 09:40:51 AM 
Started by Mistress Jennie - Last post by ErinAquaheart
Some more classes to turn in!

Class: Charms
House: Slytherin
SPEW: www.thewisdomhouseproject.com
Project Name: Cards for Syria
Project Description: The Wisdom House Project is so cool! It supports an orphanage in Syria and they get cards made to send to the children that live there. It lifts their spirits to be thought about in such a war torn country.
Project Picture:


Challenge: Detention--February
House: Slytherin
Project Name: Pink and Gold Necklace
Project Description: I made this necklace out of my stash. I built it up around six gold and pink beads that I had and added all of the pink and gold beads that I could find! I used up several different bags of beads that I had in my stash.
Project Picture:

Class: Herbology
House: Slytherin
Project Name: Frog Cross Stitch
Project Description: I made this cross stitch for my MIL. It also is on my Love to Do List.
Project Picture:

Class: HoM
House: Slytherin
SPEW: www.thewisdomhouseproject.com
Project Name: Cards For Syria again
Project Description: I am taking a card making class at the library and we spent some time making cards for the kids at an orphanage in Syria
Project Picture:

Class: Muggle Studies
House: Slytherin
SPEW: www.thewisdomhouseproject.com
Project Name: more Cards for Syria
Project Description: While making cards at the library I made some more cards for Syria.
Project Picture:


 94 
 on: May 17, 2019 09:05:44 AM 
Started by rackycoo - Last post by rackycoo
Up until now, I haven't really messed with Artist trading coins, but I got a set from Alpha Stamps and decided I really like them.  Here's some Controlled Mayhem to brighten your day: five coins and five pockets decorated in a circus theme. I used some metallic paint to brighten up the edge of each coin in shiny gold. Grommets were added to the upper left corner of each pocket, and they were all bound with a binder ring to create a chunky book. A tassel made with fun and fuzzy fibers (and a sweet silver elephant) was added to the ring for maximum circus fun.


Here are the pockets before binding. I used a rubber stamp to make the title on the first pocket. Old tickets look fab on the fronts of the rest.


Circus fun!


Let's pop those coins in and bind it up.


I'm sure that's enough photos for you, but if you are a glutton for punishment and crave more, they can be found on my blog. Meanwhile, here's one for the road:

 95 
 on: May 17, 2019 07:48:22 AM 
Started by The Raging Sloth - Last post by PerfectlyBohemian
OK. I received the most amazing rainbowy, mermaid-tailed, moth-winged, deep sea-inspired, space critter from The Raging Sloth! She somehow took all my themes and made something so fantastic! The fabric body and wings were all hand painted and the rainbow colors are blended so beautifully. There are individual scales painted over its ENTIRE body, plus little shimmery iridescent sequins. The antennae are stiffened embroidery floss with fun colors to match all the rainbowness. It looks like she made the beak with polymer clay. The eyes and lantern pieces are so neat, but I have no idea how she did them - they look like clear orbs filled with glitter and have so much dimension! I am so in love! This is the most perfect creation <3 Thanks soooo much Sloth for the awesome package and organizing (I want to do it again and again and again because this swap is so my favorite).





We also agreed to send extras based on things we already had on hand or were already working on! She sent me some goodies made for trading at festivals! They both nail my love of nature and earth tones. I definitely felt like they were made for me Cheesy


 96 
 on: May 17, 2019 06:26:34 AM 
Started by The Raging Sloth - Last post by cmarion3
And I received a beauty in return from EriChanHime! She is Amka, an Inuit name meaning "One with a friendly spirit." She is an Ijiraq, a wild shapeshifter from Inuit myth.

The detail is wonderful and I love her crow/raven head. She has fingers! (something that has always defeated me) And is poseable! Her clothes are lovingly made and wonderfully detailed, with a beaded necklace and bracelets. She is simply beautiful. I love her. She's keeping me company today while I work.





and she was packaged so well....note the plastic container around her head...excellent idea to steal!


 97 
 on: May 17, 2019 02:38:44 AM 
Started by Powerhouseofthecell - Last post by Powerhouseofthecell
My daughter is turning eight in a couple weeks.  She really wanted a Teesha Moore style bag to carry around all her special stuff.  I hope she loves it. ❤️










 98 
 on: May 16, 2019 09:10:40 PM 
Started by skatergirl1007 - Last post by skatergirl1007
My mom was doing a collage class for Laura Heine and I also happened to see this fabric that looked like water. Which then got the idea to make some collaged jellyfish to go onto the fabric. I drew out the jellyfish shapes onto some freezer paper. And I found a ton of orange fabric and put fusible on it and then bam jellyfish bodies. For the tentacles I just used the decorative stitches on my machine to make them. I also made three completely stitched jellyfish to add something to the background. And we had some orange minky for the backing.   




 99 
 on: May 16, 2019 07:16:25 PM 
Started by CatwithSevenToes - Last post by CatwithSevenToes
Thanks everyone.


Edit: EUREKA! I think I finally found out what to do about earrings...



Now just to figure out how to do a tiny vine that would wrap around the wire.

 100 
 on: May 16, 2019 02:37:30 PM 
Started by gaudiknight - Last post by skatergirl1007
I need to work on more projects. But I did get this quilt finished. And happened to have some orange minky for the back so its nice and cozy. I had made the top a couple of months ago using orange fabric scraps to make the jellyfish body. I made my own pattern for the jellyfish bodies. 



Everyone's projects have been looking good!! I like the plants a lot! I should find some patterns to make my own.

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