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« Reply #80 on: July 13, 2010 11:21:37 PM »

Oo I love the bangles and that cosmetic bag. awesome loot guys!

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« Reply #81 on: July 14, 2010 02:11:06 AM »

Omg! I'm so glad you liked it all! The calcifer light I found those night lights a Dollar Tree and totally thought coolio Calcifer night light! I wasn't sure if that frame would hold up, but I'm glad you a crafty and can save it!
The soot gremlin was the my favorite thing I made I'd have to say! I'm so glad you like everything! I'm grinning from ear to ear!
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« Reply #82 on: July 14, 2010 03:24:17 PM »

wow the packages are so awesome!!!
I love all the little details, like the "Pendragon Millery" Hat Box, nice touch!

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« Reply #83 on: July 14, 2010 04:43:02 PM »

I LOVE the hat box, and the soot sprite... actually I love the whole package! Also, the catbus bag is awesome, very cute. I love a lot of stuff from this swap... I just haven't gotten around to saying it yet!

« Reply #84 on: July 14, 2010 06:24:30 PM »

Absolutely everything in this swap so far has been awesome! It makes me want to craft more Miyazaki stuff!!! I really like the Calcifer night light and the Cat bus purse. I love the Cat bus' yellow button eyes!
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« Reply #85 on: July 14, 2010 11:39:29 PM »

Here is the fantastic loot I got from Ruby Copperhead

First the extras. Lollies, a cool tote, some rose oil, soap and a table runner. Which if Ruby doesn't mind I may pull apart for a couple of craft projects. Roll Eyes

Caitlin's Loot: a kodama keyring or bag dangler and some totoro.

Liam's Loot: a kodama too and a couple of soot sprites.

Some little things to share with my husband. He got the No-face and the beer magnet, the kittenbus is for me.

A Totoro family with mushroom. The two little blue ones can be get in a pocket in the bottom of the big one. Ruby was planning it as a secret keeper but felt the pocket in the bottom didn't really work for that. Roll Eyes

Finally what I have to admit is my favourite, although I love it all, the kodama gang. I let my husband have one too. Cheesy

Thanks again Ruby. I love everything. Kiss Kiss Kiss Kiss

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« Reply #86 on: July 15, 2010 02:40:44 AM »

Thanks for the pictures, I had forgotten to take some before sending!
I had taken the table runner apart myself, so the Totoros can have a leaf on their head, so it's already turned into craft supplies Grin
Yeah, I only realized when the pocket was in the Totoro that keeping secrets in some creature's butt has some unfortunate implications Grin So I made it a pregnant Totoro instead. Slightly better at least Grin And the little ones were fun to make.
The Totoro patterns were from Angry Angel and the Kodama patterns from Ami Amour, both here on craftster. I was glad the swap gave me an excuse to make them Cheesy
Happy that you love your package! Loved to swap with you!

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« Reply #87 on: July 15, 2010 03:09:53 AM »

My daughter and I were having fun a little while ago playing with the mushroom and little totoros - turning the lights on and off to make them glow. She is thirteen and I am forty-three, we had fun. Grin

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« Reply #88 on: July 15, 2010 03:31:02 PM »

Hehe, I love glow in the dark things too. I had been thinking of making the kodama glow, but that color looks so disgusting in daylight, a sick kind of yellowish smear, that I didn't do it.

This afternoon, I came home and found a package from Australia at my door! Yay! That was fast! It came in a plastic bag because the packaging had been damaged, so please Harvey, look if everything made it here.

My older son insisted to arrange his stuff himself for the picture:

Power Ranger bookmark, Spirited Away soot sprite (that he took to bed with him this evening), and candy.

My younger son insisted to show how his Totoro soot sprite can say "Spaghettiiiiiiiiiiii!" Grin

He also got a Power Ranger bookmark (he loaded me with details about the metaseries it is from but I already erased that from my memory Grin) which is behind his arm, and candy. On the right, you see an awesome set of Australian Animals cookie cutters which will get tested soon.

And this was mine!!!

(minus said Power Ranger bookmark, but I got the cool Inu Yasha bookmark which I will predict to get stolen by my kids soon)
I had asked for wall art or bags, and I got both! A great noface mask that will go to the wall next to my Sailor Moon youma mask, the cutest kodama cross stitch, a Heidi project bag, and two bath token bag danglers from Spirited Away
I really can't pick a favourite! Each one is fabulous!

I mean, look at this!

Too cute for words!

Ot here! Can you see the cool japanese fabric lining?

Harvey and I discovered that we both have strong childhood memories about Heidi (which is still one of my favourite books, and I think the anime series is the best filmed version of it), and then I read that Miyazaki had been a part of the Heidi team for a while! I was really excited when I read that!

Thank you, Harvey, for being my swap partner and for this wonderful package!
« Reply #89 on: July 15, 2010 03:40:00 PM »

Hey all, I just joined the swap as AmiAmour's replacement partner, and aaaaaaaah, everything looks amazing!!
I am particularly impressed by all of the crochet pieces (I don't crochet and am slightly in awe of people who do) - those fish scrubbers are brilliant, and I absolutely love the ami kodamas. Speaking of kodamas, it seems like they're stealing the show! (Against their nature, but perhaps all of the craftiness drew them out Smiley ).
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