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Ooh ooh ooh!!! I have to make this!!!! I LOVE it.
I love your project. I have arthritis, but I love to crochet so I'm always looking for gloves to keep my joints warm so I can crochet longer without pain. Thank you :)
There are so cool. When I saw them, I thought it would be a great thing to bring to family get togethers. Most of my family is diabetic or very health conscious, so I searched the web for low sugar or sugar free substitutes to use. I found sugar free candy canes, and white yogurt melting wafers. I haven't tried it yet, but if it works, I will post a version. Thank you for the inspiration! :)
Very cute bag. I too wish I knitted. I know the basics, but I traded my knitting needles for crochet hooks when I learned how to do that. Now, my knitting skills are... well minimal to say the least. Good job!! People who can create patterns like this amaze me. Kudos.
I loved Galaxy Quest!!! Way funny. It's a cute bracelet too. :) Yay. I think if you wanted to sell it, fans of the movie would definitely buy it. Especially just for the originality of it. Who else is going to have Galaxy Quest jewelry??? :D Woot for you!!
I have some flowers like that (I love crocheting with the tiny threads) and have been at a loss as to what to use them for. Yay a new project. :D
What a lovely shade of pink. It must have been difficult to manage such a large dying project. The color came out very even from the looks of it. KUDOS!!!!
This is a super cool project and I have decided I have to do it. The left over pages you have could be decoupaged to something. I know there are projects on this site that call for book pages. You could rip the edges and then decoupage o make a cool old fashioned feeling trinket box. Aren't imaginations wonderful? :P Thanx again for posting.
This is really cool. I would love to see a 'how-to' for this. :)
This is so cool. I did a project like this in fourth grade (teacher supervision of course) We also took some white melted paraffin and whipped it then added it to the base of the candle (which was placed on a square of cardboard covered with tin foil) and sprinkled it with glitter. It was a traditional Christmas candle in my family for a while. :) But then again, parents have to display their children's efforts. :P hehe Thanx for posting.
"Awesome! But wouldn't that be a firehazard? You know? Paper and Heat?"
In the spirit of earth day and just green living, Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs Give off far less heat and are an economical and safe choice to use with this project. :)
P.S. This is a cool project. :D
Too cool!!! I so want one. :)
I often wondered how they did a creamy filling in chocolate. These are so cool. I will have to try it...or something similar. Thanx for sharing.
That is such an awesome idea. It's kind of a cross between tie dyed and appliqué. So cool. Keep up the creativity!!
That is such a cute picture. It's gotta be comfortable to sleep in. :)
I love blankets and wish I had the patience to make a quilt for myself. It looks fabulous!
Great craft!! I love it!! I use these beads as tokens in a game I play, and now I can be even more original than I already am. :P
Oh wow!! I learned something new!! Cool, now I can actually do something with my Paintshop. It has befuddled me since I got it with my computer.