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Old 11-29-2011, 03:01 PM   #2561
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LOL, Thanks. Really, the only reason it took as long as it did was cause I was watching Hoarders while paint dried and between stamping - thank you Netflix. I love Krylon's kumar varnish. The stuff dries in minutes with a quick light coat and it makes the colors and finish pop. The carving took a little longer than the dominoes, but not too long - I managed to watch PBS while doing it, though that probably isn't the safest technique. The wood is really soft and it isn't deep at all. I mostly scraped the surface to remove the Stazon. Carving rubber stamp blocks is harder. Decoupage on the tiles would be much quicker.
I don't like to watch Hoarders while sitting and crafting. It hits too close to home. At least I don't have any empty egg cartons or old newspapers. Right?
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I don't watch it for the same reason! Too close to home, especially the studio!!
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A Christmas treat for our doggie friends:

Freebies - *Whimsie Doodles
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Old 11-30-2011, 09:29 PM   #2566
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Here is a cute idea, now all of you talented ladies need to help me figure out how she made these glass bowls frosted:Lighted Snowman - Stamp With Linda Walsh
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Craft Project: Snowman Ivy Bowl Light | ThriftyFun

I have something I'm looking for.

When I was a kid my Mom had a Santa candy jar made out of a brandy snifter. It was just the face and a hat. They were both made out of felt.

I would love to have a pattern or even a picture. I'm sure if I could see a picture I could figure it out.
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I have something I'm looking for.

When I was a kid my Mom had a Santa candy jar made out of a brandy snifter. It was just the face and a hat. They were both made out of felt.

I would love to have a pattern or even a picture. I'm sure if I could see a picture I could figure it out.
Here is a vintage one for sale on Etsy in a kit. There's a pretty good picture:

Vintage 60s Christmas Santa Felt Glass Candy Snifter by SavvyFlair
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thank you for the link. they are sooo cute! xx jo xx
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Here is a link to a place where the lady says that if you want the directions just e-mail her:

*-*-BRANDY SNIFTER~SANTA CANDY JAR-*-*
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I really wanted to see the Santa candy jar, but there was no picture.
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Cute Santa jars, my mil had one she set out for years, but I think one of the grandkids may of retired it.



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link didn't work for me either
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I made Santa Brandy Snifters for Christmas gifts probably 30 years ago.....my 93 year old Aunt passed away a few years ago, and she still had the one I made for her, and it looked good as new....she had no children, that may be why.....the beard and hair was made out of white pom poms...the hat was also trimmed with them...red pom pom for the nose and one for the mouth....google eyes glued on.....I was lucky enough to get it, and it is a nice reminder of her....my camera is broke or I would put out a picture of it....
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Here is a link to the one on the Santa lady site.

Fishing Line Christmas Tree

Unfortunately it is not the face like I am looking for.

The one on etsy is a lot closer.


This is a baby food jar and pretty close also.

Funoom: Holiday: Santa Candy Jar

Janey if you get access to a camera I'd love to see the one you made.
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Here is a cute glass block idea:

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The link just worked for me, it doesn't have a picture, just a place where if you want the directions, an e-mail address where you can send to request the directions.
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Last sale of the season was today. Whew! I'm beat. We reached $300 in sales and were very happy. It was a small event and a lot of my friends and family that I personally invited showed up - here's the comment that many of them said..."you should just do an open house at your place and we can all come by and shop" Well, duh, I guess I could have saved the $25 table fee. They were my biggest customers/sales. Hmmm...maybe next year?
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Here is a holiday photo holder I made for coworkers:
Holiday Photo Holder by bethvb - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
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Photo holder is cute, also make nice table placecards also. I am working on holly leaf placemats, and gingerbread men to go on my tree.


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Here's a paper cone I made. These are fun to fill with treats or flowers and hang on a friends door. I filled this one with poinsetta.

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Default last minute gifts - fleece "pirate" blankets

My guy has two kids and they both received two new kayaks from their dad. He takes them on the river and they each gave themselves pirate names and named their "boats".
His place is a bit chilly in the winter and we huddle under blankets to watch tv, etc. Well, a 7 yr. old and an 11 yr. old often will end up in battles over a single blanket.
Fleece to the rescue! I made a simple blanket from black fleece and then used my Cricut Expression to cut out letters and simple designs in light colored fleece to personalize the blankets. A little fabric friendly spray glue and DMC floss was all that was needed.
One is the finished blanket, the other shows the cardstock pattern.
HINT/TIP: I cut the "patterns" from cheap white 12x12 cardstock and then traced them with matching sharpie onto the fleece. Cut them out with small sharp scissors. Each blanket took about 4 hours to include stitching.
Patterned fleece and a family name or "crest" would be a nice gift.
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What a great idea! Tfs!
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Here is a video on how to make a glitter ornament:

The Sassy Scrapper: Video for Santa Glitter Ornament

You can find these clear ornaments at Michael's, Hobby Lobby and Jo-Ann's. She also has a really cute Snowman one she made too, just click on her Home button and you will find it (posted 12-9-2011).
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Those ornaments are so cute. I may have to make a Michaels run today.
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Nice video, floor wax, who would of thought.

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Checking in to see how things were going with everyone. I put this in a different file and had forgotten about it. Shame on me.
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Love the ornaments!! Not sure I'll get to them this year but maybe next year!
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Ho,Ho,Ho....where is everyone??
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YEA!!! Patrice, I see you got your blog address added to your siggy line!
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Here is a quick gift idea:

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