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LOVE! I'm going to go get my origami paper right now! Now, where did I put my Christmas lights??
Hey, I think chain maille is a great gift! I've just made a box chain bracelet for a friend of mine. So it's all good :)
Oh, genius! I'm looking for something to make for my sister's wedding shower, and these should do nicely!
So cute! I love it! Have to make one. I don't have a snap-thingamabugger, but I've got buttons! Close enough, I say.
I second the motion on changing the picture! As a certifiable arachnophobic, I TOTALLY could use spider repellent, but I actually had to psych myself out to get to this page because I couldn't look at the picture. I actually had my eyes closed for a bit :) (Hey, I TOLD you I'm arachnophobic!!)
I now simultaneously love you and hate you. Something this simple should not be this delicious :) (Though after making the dough, I discovered that I have no chocolate chips. Oh well. Still yummy!)
Oh, those are cool! So easy to do, too! I'm always looking for patterns for fingerless gloves, but I'm a crocheter. All of the easy ones look really blocky in crochet, but with knitting it looks like the glove stretches around your hand better! Sweet! I'm giving this a go right now :)
Ooh! I would totally add a hook to this, and it would make a sweet Christmas ornament!
I just went to a wedding yesterday. These snowflakes were the decorations at the reception! It really dressed the place up, and they looked great! I bet no one knew how cheap the things really were :)
Hey! That's a sweet idea! I only use mine as a hat decoration, so the headband idea is genius :) Great job!
That is such an awesome idea! And I've already got all the supplies sitting around my house, so it's a no-budget project! This would be great for storing candy :)
Awesome idea! I love the flashlight heads for the lenses. Very creative! I was never sure what to do about those...
Ooh! Great idea! I have a ton of t-shirt scraps around that could work for this.
Oh, so cute! I admit, I squealed a little when I saw it was Vader.
I totally agree! I'd love to see a How-To on this... it's so awesome! Would make a great gift, too.
That is EPIC and simple and relatively cheap, and I want one. Like, now. :)
The trouble is finding a way to smuggle the seat covers out of restrooms without looking like... well, like you're smuggling seat covers :) great tutorial, though! I have heard of using seat covers as a blotter, but didn't think of putting them in a business card holder. Great idea!
Oh way cool! I saw something like this in Meg's house from Threadbanger's Decor It Yourself, and I wondered how she had made it! Thanks for posting the how to and the link! :)
Win! I remember making these things! They were my first ever craft projects :) I sold them for fifty cents as well. Good times!!
Just used creative twice there... meh. I do have a bigger vocabulary than that, but it's 4:00 in the morning here, and I haven't had caffeine since 9:30. Thank you, and goodnight.
This is one of my favorite projects on this site. Not only is it awesomely creative, but every one of the versions turned out uber sweet too! Everyone got so creative! :)
Very cool project! I like the button on the shoe too, that was a nice touch. Now... is that John Wilkes Booth in that photo??
Congrats!! Keep it up! :)
That is SUCH an awesome concept. I love the beetle on the back. This shirt would scare me to wear!! I have a question... about how long did you leave the bleach on the front? And did you rinse the shirt out in anything special afterwards?
Dude, that's genius! I have a pair of white pumps, and I had no idea what I was going to do with them. I think I'll make a pair of these! So cute :)
Whoa! Epic awesome! I love the cogs you sewed onto the strap. Great job!
Oh, now, that is just so tacky it's AWESOME!! :)
Way cute! I love how it's bigger at the bottom, so it has a sort of babydoll shape to it. I've got a couple baggy shirts sitting around, and I can't wait to try it!!
These are SO cool! I can't wait until you've finished the how-to! And I especially love the fabric you used. So pretty!
Oh, you're making that out of trash cans? Dude, that's genius! I've seen all the costuming sites say to order big expensive sheets of plastic, but I never thought to use trash cans! How are you molding them?
My favorite t-shirt in the world got a hole right on the front of the boob, so I haven't been able to wear it in over a year. I just made one of these shrugs out of it, and it looks awesome! I can wear it again! Thanks!! :)