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Thread: Camera strap cover

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    Senior Member SEGASAL's Avatar
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    Camera strap cover

    I did not like the camera strap that I had because when you are taking pics in the summer it is hot and you start to sweat...so I made this one...
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    Nice. Very nice.
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    Great idea and as cute as can be!!!

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    a clever idea. nicely done
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    Great idea, good job and thank you for sharing.
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Great idea.

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    Clever idea and very pretty, too.

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    You should have one filled with those cooling beads for summer !!

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    OMG, you stole my daughter's pants! LOL I used this same material for some pant about 3 years ago for my daughter. Everyone thought they looked aweful but I loved the material so much she had to wear them (she was only 2 or 3 then).

    Nice to see another use for it. I still have some left over, I'll have to find it and do something with it.

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    Very cute, I love it!
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