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Nice job! For another tip when working with fur (faux or otherwise) that you may have to seam; use a long sewing machine stitch and once flipped to the right side; use a straight pin or similar and pull out the hairs that have been caught in the stitching to camouflage the join. Footnote: Prior to seaming; ensure that the nap of the fur is going in the same direction.
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In one word 'beautiful'. Also, what a wonderful tribute in remembrance of your little angel.
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IMHO, not only a work of expertise but one of art and a labor of love . That said and definitely not intended to offend I do wonder about using ribbon for the bookmarks as overtime feel they 'may' risk deterioration so am wondering if perhaps leather ones (if possible ) would have been more feasible? Just a thought!
Extremely creative and all around fab not to mention, educational at the same time per the use of a 3-D printer and what it can do. That said; as a novice tip if you which to simulate leather using craft foam; the application of a warm iron to it will give the illusion per same. Just ensure that the iron's face plate does NOT come in direct contact with the foam. i.e.: Place a piece of brown paper (or similar) between both. Also as it slightly flattens the foam to an extent, I'd suggest your pattern be cut out after the process.
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Cont'd ..... Re my comment below, should mention she is life size, holds a broom and a lantern. I tweaked the pattern slightly as added a full length rod to support/stake her to the ground (did the same for the cats) and a raven perched on her shoulder. IF you do a web search, I am sure you'll still be able to find the patterns for them which can be printed off on regular size computer paper, to be taped together for tracing on to the plywood. Also shall mention; I purchased a (medium sized) lantern from Ikea and use a battery operated pillar candle for inside it. As for her broom it was a diy project as well using a fallen tree branch that had lots of character which I painted black etc. Hope the extra information will help.
Job well done!!!! They and those done by other commenters are fantastic. For those interested; a few years ago did a Witch silhouette including three cats (out of plywood) and obtained the 'free' pattern off of Martha Stewart's website, so that could be another option for your readers. (I just use a spotlight on mine.) That said; I have been mulling the idea of adding a tree to the display some day so do appreciate your idea so .... thank you for the inspiration. HAPPY HALLOWEEN.
In one word .... F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S! Thanks for sharing.
I wish you were my neighbour as I would commission you to make me one .... ☺. Beautiful job!!!!!
Besides drying out cell phones; (uncooked) rice is excellent for those who wear hearing aids that often have a tendency to cease due to moisture/sweat. Just ensure you remove the battery, close its casement door, toss into a container with rice, seal and let sit for a few hours. Also, if you have a artificial flowers that require and good cleaning/dusting; toss them into a bag partially filled with (uncooked) rice and shake the heck out of them. You'll be amazed how clean they will become. (Works just as well as a vacuum cleaner or any compressed gas duster.)
For another idea, use swimming pool foam noodles for stuffing the stockings.
Super tutorial and thanks so much for sharing!P.S.: To the host of website -- Is there not a way that one can print off instructions without having to download them?
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