So I finished it! It only took me two trips back to get more yarn… but I finally finished the scarf. I love it and think it’s so cute. don’t know when exactly I’ll get to wear it, but anyway. here it is!
I am so happy with it. My only problem was it took so much work to get it done, although I enjoyed the process, I kept thinking, I have projects to scrap!
And not only was I distracted with crochet, I also got some legos and jewelry findings and put together some lego jewelry. I’ll tell you, I saw this idea for the lego earrings on etsy and was instantly smitten. after all, lego has consumed our household. but I wanted something more than just a pair of earrings. I tend to go a little overboard on somethings, you may have noticed. I think it’s a touch of OCD, but again, I digress. I ordered the goodies and put them together… and I present Lego earrings:
I have lots of colors of those round legos to swap out… and while I was at it, I made two more pair of lego earrings (if they strike your fancy… let me know, we can negotiate an arrangement)
i like these, the clear ones remind me of toy lover’s diamonds…
and of course, I had to make a bracelet to go with my earrings…(you can see it in the scarf picture up there too)
and as if that were not enough distraction… I have been fascinated with TTV (through the viewfinder) pictures since I first saw them on Tara Whitney’s blog last year. It’s when you take a picture through the viewfinder of another camera. it adds a cool black frame, dust, texture etc. Troy asked me, “…and why do you want to do this?” I say, because it’s cool, that’s why. and that’s good enough reason for me. well, I hadn’t actually tried it, just played a little with fake ttv using frames online and photoshop. but a few weeks ago, I saw a tutorial online about creating a ttv device and it said the viewfinder cameras were readily available online via ebay for about $20. I had assumed it would be an expensive endeavor, but as it turns out, I got a new/old kodak duaflex IV (and flash) on ebay for only $10! here she is, isn’t she purty?! ( I am thoroughly enjoying this and it was well worth the $10 plus shipping)
so here are my first ttv attempts.
then yesterday I took the set up with us to get some shave ice at Shimazu’s on School street. YUUM!
and lastly, my new new toy. I was interested in the Polaroid POGO printer. It prints on special paper with no ink. one 2×3 self adhesive photo from your cell phone (through bluetooth) or from your digital camera with firewire cable and one minute later… a mediocre print. I’ll have to say it was probably a waste of money. I am working on it though.
so that’s it for now. next time I’ll share my scrapbook dimensions projects. and hopefully I’ll have some other goodies to share soon too.
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Joscie, rhymes with bossy
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