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What was the last thing you made?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Mia, Oct 3, 2017.

  1. KagamineLen

    KagamineLen Video game and movie addict.

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    A list of personal positive affirmations, pinned on the wall next to my computer screen, and the idea is I force myself to read them every day. Therapist’s suggestion, I’m paying her some decent cash so I may as well listen to her ideas.
     
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    Isn't it simplier to just build in an air conditioner into your bedroom?
     
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    Digital Photo Restoration:

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    Unc, Mom and Grandma...circa 1929.
     
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  4. Heathercoblet

    Heathercoblet New Member

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    I baked some shortbread last night .
     
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  5. GrownupGirl

    GrownupGirl Tempermental Artist

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    I cooked up these smiley face french fries, and then got the ketchup and some sword toothpicks and muhahahaha!:smilingimp: 20200909_185806.jpg
     
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  6. GrownupGirl

    GrownupGirl Tempermental Artist

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    This drawing. I colored it with markers, but I found the dreary grey look I edited it to look like on my computer is much better. Scan_20200917 (3).png
     
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  7. KagamineLen

    KagamineLen Video game and movie addict.

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    A grilled cheese and turkey sandwich. Yummy stuff.
     
  8. KagamineLen

    KagamineLen Video game and movie addict.

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    A massive pork roast in a slow cooker with red potatoes, celery, carrots, and a lot of fresh herbs. I will be eating this for the next couple of days.
     
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    A practical joke.

    I told my daughter that there was water on the floor, coming from the sink and heading towards the stove.

    She ran into the kitchen to find a trail of water bottles on the floor that started by the sink and headed to the stove.

    We both had a good laugh!
     
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    I use diatomaceous earth to prevent slugs and other crawling pests. I sprinkle a ring of it around each plant or around a row of plants if it is a large area. We also use it in the chicken house, mixed with pine shavings, to suppress fleas, mites and other pests that like chickens.
     
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    Go and buy Corrys Slug Pellets.

    They're safe for animals and children. They're these little oat logs that have a tiny bit of iron in them, enough to kill a slug, but not enough to hurt wildlife, pets, or children. I sprinkle that in the garden, and within 24 hours, all the slugs are gone.

    You have to reapply every week or two because there are eggs that hatch. But as long as you keep it sprinkled, you'll never have slugs.

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    I just made a couple cakes, and am in the process of frosting them now. Except for one, which just has a little almond glaze.
     
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    The last thing I did was get overstimulated by the WORST website ever that claims to be for "autistic children". As an autistic adult, I was overstimulated within the first 2 seconds.

    If you want to see the worst set up website for autistic people, look no further: AutiSpark Home - AutiSpark
     
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  14. GrownupGirl

    GrownupGirl Tempermental Artist

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    A new drawing of Animal Crossing. Scan_20201021 (2).png
     
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    Homemade vegetable soups and fresh fruit puddings.

    Getting back to simple 'basics' to help boost household immune systems.
     
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    Another drawing.:) Scan_20201022 (2).png
     
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  17. KagamineLen

    KagamineLen Video game and movie addict.

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    Burritos. I can kick Taco Bell’s ass any day of the week.
     
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    GrownupGirl Tempermental Artist

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    it might still be a little early but I made this Christmas-themed comic strip. Scan_20201115.png
     
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    I made assumptions.
     
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    tree Blue/Green Staff Member V.I.P Member

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    Three masks made by this pattern which seemed very
    obscure from the video. Eventually I figured out the
    various points established a *connect the dots* sort of
    arrangement.

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    The video didn't say how long to make the elastic.
    I used a measurement (16cm) from a previous mask pattern this same person made,
    but a little shorter, because the elastic looked shorter.
    14cm was too short, so I picked the stitches out and removed that elastic.

    I replaced it with ties made from t-shirt yarn.
    The ties give it a better fit.

    It's a very easy mask to sew, once you get the pattern drawn.
     
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