how do u pour it in the straw without it overflowing?
I really like ur flattening bottle cap idea. i was wondering what ur hair bows look like. could u please put up a picture? I'm in india and i think what you call tortilla is called 'roti' over here (with oil=chapathi, without oil=phulka) so i might have a 'tortilla press'! Yay for me! :)
I was dying to own a long denim skirt. since i only wear long skirts and denim is expensive here, it wasn't working out. i thought of buying two cheap pairs of jeans and using the 'legs' of one pair to stitch where u put the non-denim material on the other pair.
i've never worn a pair of jeans in my life so i don't know if the zipper area etc. needed to be worked on or not. really looking forward to your tutorial. maybe, i'll make me two skirts! one like urs and another an all denim one!
thanks! will try it.
this is great! can you make a how to please?
Pre-EU? if it means that these aren't minted anymore then you are rich! this would be a coin collectors dream!
Awesome! cant wait to do this! if only i could get a good place to hang it...
hey! this is a nice idea, though personally i wouldn't use a sweater! the weather in India is usually hot.
i think you can attach the sleeves to a white t-shirt that has purple-y embroidery or print or something. maybe you can use a plain t-shirt and decorate it yourself!
Love ur crafts. will there be more?
forgot to add, following your blog through GFC...
I just went to your website. you are a very talented person!
this is brilliant! if only i could get an oven from somewhere... :)
thanks! I've been wondering what to do with all the single socks!
noticed you're from India, so dropping in to say a hello!
I'm from Hyderabad.
i'm curious to see the ugly buttons!
it actually looks very artistic!
love it! specially the 'ring bearer'!
thank U for putting up the how-to's. They are really great projects!
i've had my eye on your project but earlier i dint know stitching then, now i have started tailoring classes (we specifically learn indian dress making and not bags and such) i'm looking forward to trying this one, so a big thankyou!
thanks a ton! i keep collecting stones and such and i hadn't decided what to do with them, now i know!
i really would like to try out this, could u please make a how to?
i love this idea! its just great! can't wait for my exams to end. thanks!
really nice! will try if i can land some good fabric. also, i love ur jewelery collection!
thanks a ton! i've been wondering how to make those stars, now i do know.
hahahaha... good one!
awesome! i was pining away to learn this...thanks!