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what?
inspired by the crap i make in my spare time- often crazy, unusual and down right weird, the things on here are usually made for a purpose- either for my own use or for my display for my work. and others are projects i hope to complete or i think are really rad.



who?
I currently work full time with a company that sells art products. I've finished process photography at tafe & half-completed a diploma of graphic design. i have taken many short-courses including glass bead design, silver jewellery, silver metal clay and polymer clay and folk art.

happy crafting.. and shiz!



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Five Thousand

stitcherywitchery:

Incredibly, a few weeks ago this blog eclipsed the five thousand followers mark. I am so incredibly happy, and humbled, that you are all here!

I can’t do a giveaway to mark the occasion because I gave away all my extra yarn a few months ago on this blog’s first…

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motleycraft-o-rama:

By penguinandfish on Etsy.

motleycraft-o-rama:

By penguinandfish on Etsy.

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a-mini-a-day:

Click here for more details of this very detailed World Cup garden party by Two Green Thumbs.
GLASS BEADS AS LANTERNS.  SEEDS AS CHIPS.

(via allthesmallthingsminiatures)

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otterlydesign:

Cross stitch necklaces now up for purchase on Otterly Design on Etsy! 

You can also order a custom design motif of your own pet or favourite animal, just send us a message on Etsy.

Next up, cross stitch Sherlock portrait necklaces!

(via frozencrafts)

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moshita:

cardiac wallpaper

available here

thx to juliaclementine for showing me :)

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myampgoesto11:

Sculpted miniature landscapes by Kendal Murray

Kendal Murray’s miniature sculptures stage dream-like narratives that are played out by microscopic identities with giant personalities. Short stories and tall tales are enacted in a range of playful and dramatic scenarios that are imbued with social, symbolic and personal meaning. Glass teapots, grass-covered purses, mirrored makeup compacts and open books set the stage for each scenario, offering the delight of the unexpected, the puzzle of a question and the possibility of a dream escape into make-believe worlds.

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truebluemeandyou:

DIY Crochet Shark Pouch by Tamara Kelly on Ravelry. People who made this pattern overwhelmingly “loved it”.You have to sign up for Ravelry but it is easy to do and so worth it. Top and Bottom Left Photos: DIY by Tamara Kelly. Bottom Right Photo: DIY by thiswaythatway here. She added red felt to the mouth. In honor of shark week starting August 10th, 2014.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Crochet Shark Pouch by Tamara Kelly on Ravelry. People who made this pattern overwhelmingly “loved it”.You have to sign up for Ravelry but it is easy to do and so worth it. Top and Bottom Left Photos: DIY by Tamara Kelly. Bottom Right Photo: DIY by thiswaythatway here. She added red felt to the mouth. In honor of shark week starting August 10th, 2014.

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archiemcphee:

These beautiful moths and butterflies look like they’re ready to flutter up and away, but they won’t be doing so because they’re wonderful textile sculptures painstakingly created by North Carolina-based artist Yumi Okita. She sews, embroiders and stitches all sorts of multi-colored fabrics to create these oversized insects, which measure nearly a foot wide. She also adds painted details along with feathers and artificial fur. With great care Okita has achieved an awesome balance between astonishing realism and fanciful invention.

Click here to view more of Yumi Okita’s gorgeous textile insect sculptures.

[via Colossal and Demilked]

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craftjunkie:

Zipper Book Clutch {Tutorial}
Found at: seekatesew

craftjunkie:

Zipper Book Clutch {Tutorial}

Found at: seekatesew

(via frozencrafts)

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geekygeekweek:

Stunning Steampunk Leather Bags And Books 

These bags and books are the work of Russian leatherworker and throat singer Serguei Kooc. He’s created incredibly detailed Steampunk bags and books with lots of brass accents. 

Product Page (Prices Vary Diane Duane via Boing Boing)

(Source: fashionablygeek.com, via original-recipe-winnafish)