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?

Snarl.

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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