Feb. 13th, 2012

[identity profile] madame-ugly.livejournal.com
It's a double dip.

Valentines Day and the current theme (using up stuff).

I've had these done since Mid January! )
[identity profile] flutterbychild.livejournal.com
I want to make an American Girl doll dress, based off of a pattern I found on Ravelry for a baby dress. At what point can I claim the pattern as my own and not simply a modification of the original pattern? What I want to do (if I can figure out how) is add a hood and long- or 3/4 length sleeves. I know lots of people modify patterns and I don't mind saying that I did so, but I was just wondering...


Feb. 13th, 2012 10:17 am
[identity profile] girl-on-a-wire.livejournal.com
i made some valentines for the kiddies in my class, based on something i saw on pinterest (of course.) 


Feb. 13th, 2012 03:34 pm
[identity profile] trystan830.livejournal.com
i made one of these for me, and then my older daughter wanted one too.

either tonight or tomorrow i'll have some valentines hearts. =)

scarves under the cut )

and since i've taught my two girls how to crochet, the younger one, M, is now making herself a ruffle scarf.... and she's using some floofy white yarn that i've had hanging around for quite some time. ;)

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Feb. 13th, 2012 05:49 pm
[identity profile] ilea.livejournal.com
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[identity profile] thezombified.livejournal.com
I bought this trunk/footlocker last month with the intention of modifying it into immense awesomeness for vending- the goal being to have it end up being both functional (transporting my crap/stuff around) and aesthetically practical (displaying all the crap I've just transported), saving me a ton of time on set up as well as giving my booth a little more of a professional/unifying look.

Trunk. Plus Chim, for scale.
To avoid potential disaster, I've decided to ask you guys for some ideas/suggestions before I actually dive in. Here are some thoughts I currently have, in handy list format:

- My style's rather ooky spooky Halloweeny cartoony- I want to emphasize that
- Inside needs to be painted (paint/technique suggestions encouraged), or otherwise prettied up
- I need to attach a magnet board and something to hang necklaces on to the part on the left
- Need to put in 2 shelves (so 3 sections) on the right part...
- ...and rig displays on each shelf for comics, cards, and stickers+pocket mirrors
- Ideas for rigging lights for nightclub vending welcome as well
- Need to replace the hinges so the damn thing will open all the way
- No plans to do much to the outside- maybe a large sticker with my logo and website- but the outside won't be seen much during display

Any and all suggestions welcome! Thanks!
(I did my best to be as vague as I could re: the stuff I sell, while still including the info I felt was relevant to this project. If there's anything I should edit out, please let me know and I shall do so as soon as I can :)


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