Jun. 8th, 2012

[identity profile] madame-ugly.livejournal.com
Yeah, I just want one more entry into the contest.  Don't hate me for wanting more chances at free schtuff!

This time up?


No, not the dinobot.  The felt stegosaurus.

Three pics )
[identity profile] gloraelin.livejournal.com
The last couple of weeks I've been doing a lot of beading again. Unfortunately I don't have a lot of in-progress shots for these, or I'd do a tutorial. I may wind up making a bunch more so that I can do one, 'cause these are so much fuuuuuuun. This entry is VERY image-heavy.

follow the white rabbit! )
[identity profile] buria-q.livejournal.com
Hey all, what are your experiences with fabric dyes based on kitchen ingredients? So far, I've only tried turmeric and it turned out great. But I did some searching and it seems that other substances (beets, spinach, red cabbage) do not come out so well - they apparently are very faint, wash out easily, or fade in the sun. I'd like to try plum peel.
[identity profile] disco-lizzy.livejournal.com

one more wedding-craft, and I'll be moving on to other new and exciting things, I promise.
but until then, here is the cake topper I made for our wedding cake:

click the picture to see the slightly more detailed blog post, and you'll get a better view of that cake-sized pennant banner - which looked pretty easy to make, but was kind of a pain :/ I made the cake-topper version of the bouquet out of paper circle waste from my hole punch, and I think I made the head-piece out of a piece of coffee filter? hooray for using household materials and recycling paper waste! haha. anyway! thanks for looking ;)

[identity profile] memoryanddream.livejournal.com
I'm most known for my Tree of Life pendants and one of my most popular has been something a little different; my Halloween Moon tree. This bare-branches piece features an orange moon peaking out from behind black wire trunk and branches. Recently, I made two additional versions - one in silver with a white moon and one in silver with a blue moon. This rounds out a full moon "trilogy" if you will. I love how they look.

So, for the contest, I thought I'd share my tree trilogy with the group. :)

Once In A Blue Moon + Under A Full Moon + Under A Halloween Moon
(click image for larger version)

Thoughts welcome!

Edit to add: More info on them can be found on my blog HERE.


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