Thanks for adding my project...but I'm curious....
Does the "not sure" list mean like "what the poop is going on here" Or More of "I may want to try this sometime, maybe." or maybe "This is just flippin weird shtuff here"
Surely I could gather the answer by looking at your other lists, but It seemed like more fun to just ask.
Also, There's a list there labeled "4 store" Do you have one, or plans to have one soon?
Just part of the joys of being old and uncontrollable!
Although my 5yr old(at the time) got really testy about it. Up until he looked at it really really closely and also that you can still see the letters and numbers pretty well. "MOM I CANT FIND THE 'D' !!!! THEY'RE NOT IN ORDER!!!"
Boop.! Thank you!
No clue why that posted twice...
Or why I felt the need to comment on that fact either
The only time there are for sure directions for a project is when its specifically a "how to"
As far as this project is concerned; It's easy enough. Just look up some directions for marbled nails and do exactly the same thing and instead of dipping in your fingers, use a lighter. You'll want to put some electric tape (or something else) around the metal part of the lighter, it's most likely gonna get wet anyway but you don't want to get nail polish on anything in there. When you put the lighter in hold it from the top and the bottom and lay it in the water horizontally. (like I said check out some water marbled nail tutorials for all the extra nail polish steps.) Totally optional bits: spray it with a clear coat spray paint finish to seal it so it doesn't all come off from regular wear and tear stuff like that. If this is too vague let me know I'll give some better directions. I don't wanna get too indepth for just a reply
You did a amazing job on her hair.
If you don't mind me asking what kind of technique do you use? And do you use a wacom tablet or something along those lines?
O my that's..fantastic. There's just so much there!!!
I like it! Very intuitive. Ha ha, now if only I had a black light. Do they stay that bright forever? Or maybe you got give 'em a good shakin'? Seems too good to be true that they would last for very long.
I posted a project just like that not to long ago, but instead I just funneled the eye shadow right into the bottle of clear nail polish that was on its last leg.
That pink did turn out really nicely though.
And it may be a little bit weird, but I think we have the same eye shadow set...lol yeah, weird.
Looks fantastic on you, very complimenting
Shnikeys!!! Did you seriously put 48 hrs or work into it? That's INSANITY...
That's not small anything at all! It's very impressive, not mention gloating rights and a gold star on that page in your portfolio.
I love what you did with the back of it
That's AWESOME, It makes me squee! I don't know why I never got a notification for this! It's just great to know that people can actually follow my tutorials.
Lol I really starting to think that one (or both) of us, ought to snap some pictures of them actually in some hair.
You make it seem like (which I'm hoping is true) there are either more of them, or there will be.
No, sorry, but I don't. I was kinda winging it with some fabric, and I came up with this, I really liked so I recreated it using this black fabric.
Thanks for the follow!
ooooo, I didn't even think of that!!
Whatever you can throw together. I've done tutorials in photo shop before. It gets annoying but still totally worth it.
Oh duh! Don't know how I missed that one. I'm definitely gonna have to try this. I don't have the separator thing, or I'd try it your way. Do you think leftover potatoes would be gross? I won't eat 'em like that, I HATE leftover potatoes of any kind. But if you mix 'em into cake stuff...maybe it wouldn't matter?
This is seriously fantastic.
So my sister and her friends do fire spinning events and outdoor raves, things like that and she's always looking for quirky things to make herself stand out. This is perfect idea!
TOAST CURES ALL EVILS!!!
I'd love a tutorial if you can!
For real Potato cake? Do you have a link for that? I've been looking at recipes for a healthier alternatives for my (nearly) diabetic mother...may not fit the bill but I'm so curious.
Reminds me of Dory, from Finding Nemo
The hearts are cute. But I like your dress even more :)
That dress is a fantastic shape for you! Nice work
Did you find those beads at a store by any chance? I only ask because I have a bracelet I got out of little prize vending machine thingy that look almost exactly like those ones.
Soooo super adorable. I think I need to make one of these!!! Like...right now.
Thanks for the follow dearie bee!!
I can't get over that skirt. I've done that style a couple times, just kinda messing around with draping in stuff, but it totally never looks that good. What kind of fabrics did you use for this?
I was just wondering if that main picture is you, or someone else and you recreated the dress/outfit. I can't really tell by comparing it to the other picture. Pretty sure there was some crazy photo editing going on in the main pic.
Lol the first time I looked at this project there was only one picture, I was really confused. Glad to see you posted another picture. I thought maybe it was just an idea/pipe dream to recreate dress since everything was so vague.
I like it, the idea of tying the straps on and everything.
Although I do with we could see what the rest of it looks like.
Ah ha! It only takes one! I'll get to work on that when it's no longer the butt crack of dawn.
Oh yeah for sure. The main character is walking around a basement and blood starts dripping down the insides of a hanging light bulb, like if the blood was coming out of the wires or something.
Reminds me of that part in the basement of "Evil Dead" the first one not the remake (?)
fantastic, this is one of my all time favourite Monty Python sketches.
Thanks for the follow. I like your profile pic, pretty.
I'm thinking about making another one of these. Would anyone be interested in a how-to?
lol I just wear it as an accessory for normal everyday stuff.
Around the snap? It's just one length of zipper doubled over. The zipper tape is kinda like bunched up around there, I put the snap over that part though.
I really like the closure you put on it. Super awesome. I'll have to try that sometime.
YAY!!! HAPPINESS!! I love when people.male version from my tutorials!!! Also good to know that it wasn't too confusing to follow. But seriously you're fantastic!
I like how its got the two tones to it. I was wondering how that would look, but all I have around here is satin ribbon. Denied..
Thanks for posting your version !
My pleasure. I keep promising them. It good do deliver ;)
When I saw this my first thought was: "Woah. That must be a really scary book"
Then I figured it out.
I just made some bows for my hair...but with thread and needles and button and stuff...this is way smarter.
Super cute and such a simple design.
I really sincerely hope those are a pair of those weird hiking(ish) boot high heels, ya know like the timberland ones.
Thanks for showin' the loves
Thanks again for the faves!!
There isn't that much fire really. I thought it was gonna flame up all crazy like. My sister spins and eats fire. So she was ready for it. Its a seriously controlled burn. Ridiculously so. The only reason you really need to be burning the year above water bucket is because you have to change the temperature dramatically before it starts to cool down too much.
Regardless, i have faith in you!!!
Before we started we were talking about different methods of going about this, just in case the first attempt failed. We figured braiding it made sense too. We tried it, it does work. And for the most part it doesn't make a difference either way. Although the one that had the braided yarn is the only that had a chip in the edge . I don't know if its a big enough margin to matter, but since there's less yarn/bottle surface area it doesn't distribute the heat as evenly. Hence the chip. Could be been an unrelated coincidence as well.
The mountain dew thing was a prank on you tube. Somebody posted a video saying that if you mixed mountain dew, baking soda and something else and then shake it up it'll glow in the dark. So of course I'm thinking that I absolutely had to try it. Doesn't work. I was so disappointed, and to top it off, I wasted mountain dew. (Which I drink religiously!!!) I did some research afterwards (I was too excited to try it to even bother reading the video comments) but it was an admitted prank. So now they have videos about putting glow stick innards in Mountain Dew, which, yeah duh of course that'll make it glow!
Sophomore thanks for the follow! You're a peach!
Woot! <3's for portal
Funny story... So my 5 yr old came back from his dad's house with a similar shirt, only it had the heart inside the rib cage. And I was totally jealous. His shirt will probably fit me, cept the sleeves will be to short. Fortunately, I've (literally, just right now) decided to make my own; rather than wearing his.
I like yours better than a lot of the similar DIY versions I've seen, not just on this site but a bunch of other places. Shhh....but there's a lot of people out there who messed this one up.
Oh YOU! Stop! But many thanks, for sure.
Thanks for the follow! And the favs!
I love how simple these are, but pretty.
Thanks so much for the comment! Seriously, fantastic...first time I've ever heard that either, which makes it extra special. Appreciation mad style.
I really like that you used loops instead of button holes/gromets/just making holes. I think it adds extra character.
Severely impressive!!! I was eyeballing that pattern yesterday actually. It turned out fantastic and it looks fabulous on you.
How do you do your lace bits? Is it the lace edges/trim (I wouldn't know what else to call them) that you can buy from the spool or by the yard in the notions sections? Or is it from a bigger piece or lace and trimmed down to choker width? Or do you make it yourself? Maybe you've just been really lucky and been able to find some good stuff in the jewelry sections?
I noticed that you have another project posted recently that has a similar theme. I only ask because I haven't been able to find any kind of lace trim that looks that nice where I do my crafty shopping spree's. Nor in the jewelry or anything like that, been keeping my eyes peeled but I still can't find anything like that. It's been bugging me. I LOVE chokers, and I do really like yours, jealousy ensues.
Fantasmic! I heart video game crafts.
Hey! I have a pair of earrings just like the skull and cross bone pendant! I never wear them, cause I've gauged out my ears since then. I have yet to figure out anything to do with mine, this is a great idea though.
Once they're done what do you do with them?
That's fantastic! I have a couple of plastic babies, just like yours, leftover from a baby shower and I've been looking for something to do with them. See, fantastic.
Yeah I do, I'll have to do some research though. I don't remember all the math exactly but I'll look into it seeing as the original tutorial I followed is no longer available.
Using headphones for the string was an awesome idea. Mad props.
Thanks a bunch ton, I'm gonna check it out right now. Hopefully I'll be posting a version of my own real soon. I'm gonna have to round up some buttons now.
This is absolutely freaking adorable. If you have the pattern, or maybe you know of something close? That would fantastical. I mean I would have to learn how to crochet to make this but thats just how much I love it! :D
This is super awesome...I'd love to make one too. Is it just the usb stick stuck into a different casing then?
I think I'm gonna doodle up a how-to for it right now. Not quite sure if I'm gonna post it here or on my blog or both. But it'll get posted somewhere. I'll let people know when its done!
How well does this hold your needles in place? I have a terrible habit of carrying mine around with my in my purse So I can do a little handsewing whenever I want, plus quick repairs and stuff. I always end up stabbing myself with the needles that end up at the bottom.
Or maybe, how hard do you think it would be to install a zipper around the edges of it?
This is great. I've seen some of these at stores but I've never wanted to shell out the money for them. Not quite sure why I hadn't thought of making one myself.
How did you decoupage the words on, that part kinda of confused me since I can't see any lines or seams or anything.
And also I was wondering if you sculpted it brick by brick or craved the brick shapes into more of a solid brick shape.
@joanna - Lol, You're supposed to wash ashtrays?! I only wash my fancier glass ones.
I like your projects. I didn't realize it until now, but I just faved like three of your projects in a row. I love when that happens. Hence the friend request.
I'd love a tutorial. I just love how cute and simple this is. And it would match my button bracelet (it's in my projects if you're curious, sorry don't mean to do selfish plugging in your comments)
I've seen a ton of those button headbands but this is much more my style, the headbands are a too over done for me.
A tutorial would be nice. I'd love to know if you made the spines on your own out of clay or something, or a mold? Or if they were just a randomly great find as charms or something. And if that's the case where did you find those at? And where there other skeleton parts?
Do you use this for jotting down quick notes. Cause I would. Except then I guess you points would wear down weirdly, but I'd imagine they would normally, just from normal wear considering I'm sure you accidentally end up drawing on things anyway.
Thanks, I finally got better pictures of this but have neglected to edit this here post cause I'm kinda lazy. Kinda really lazy.
Thanks! I knew there had to be other people aside from her who loves narwhals as much. I don't really know why, they like arctic unicorns. What's not to love.
Thanks! I totally got the idea for doing all those snaps after seeing a pair for industrial-ish pair of spats. (at least I think they're called spats, those things for shoes.)
At first I was wondering "why tomato paste?" and then, duh, it made sense. Great idea.
I am so very in love with that dress...wish I could pull that off, I'd have to lower the waistline though. Mad props, pinning it right now!
Thanks for the faves!!!
Thanks for all the faves! Hoping you'll accept my friend request...I wish I knew a better way to phrase that so I didn't sound so much like a crazy old cat lady :I
You hammer on the edge of coin for literally hours, using a second hammer as kind of an anvil. Then you drill a hole in the middle and file that down, and then sand it and then make it all super smooth and you can make it even shiny and smoother than this one here. My boyfriend isn't clean cut at all so it wouldn't have been very fitting if I had. Its also possible to do it with pure silver coins, they're rare but totally worth turning into a ring. Can't accidentally loose or spend them that way. The one I made actually turns your finger green so it needs a clear coat around it. I just love the difference between the bronze and the silver that's already naturally in the coin. I started a new one out of a plain quarter not to long ago so I'll have process pictures for a tutorial soon. Which is the only reason this one isn't.
@silene6 They're essentially super easy to make and you can find tons of tutorials and patterns online. My absolute favourite site is http://friendship-bracelets.net/
They have TONS of patterns and a pretty decent forum if you need help. Not to mention video, picture, and written tutorials.
@Christina Y. I attached two snaps on the ends with using the same kind of technique as I used on the buttons.
@Ellen Stewart. You have to essentially do one button at a time with one continuous length of strand crossing each hole around three times and then wrapping it around the middle twice and then heading onto the next connection bit. Left to right and moving directly below that and then moving right to left repeating that all the way down. It's kinda hard to explain really but the back of it ends up looking pretty terrible. If you've ever checked out the back of cross stitch project, you'll know what I mean.
This is great, can't believe I never thought of this one. I do it with pop tabs all the time.
Hey! I embedded your project on my blog.
Credit where credit is due :)
Hey!!! I embedded this on my website http://retinaldisparity.blogspot.com/2012/03/what-have-i-been-up-to-you-ask.html
Just letting you know, and giving credit where credit is due. :)
How is this a featured project?! They didn't actually make this! Do the mods not actually look into this stuff! Kinda makes me loose faith in actually having a featured project.
zomg where did you get those cups?!?!?
Yeah I make bracelets like that all the time they're super simple and fast. So normally they're made completely of embroidery floss.
And the final look is the selling point really.
Is it made of felt? Or just a heart felt gift? ^-^
I wish! But from what I hear that one won't work. I have a lot more vodka around my house than I do rubbing alcohol. I think its the concentration of alcohol vs. other ingredients or maybe something during the distilling process.
I know it's not the point of the post but you're fricken adorable.
Hey!!! Someone else who's heard of that game...You're the first out of the many I asked before I gave up and googled it. I never actually played it for really I just stole the piggies.
I really like that idea, can't stand twilight. But overall its a great concept. My son can't stop looking in the mirror sometimes, I'm gonna have to make something like that but with super heroes or something instead. Thanks for the ideas!
Friggen awesome, lace is the best ever. That last picture, the whole outfit looks amazing.
I <3 bustles!
OOO I love them, they're friggen adorable. I've been trying to find something to make for a baby shower present, and now I do. THANKS!!!
HEY! I have those exact same socks! Both pairs even, kinda makes me wonder if it was you who stole them out of the dryer, cause one of them is missing. In both pairs even.
Those rings are awesome, I've got a couple of buttons that the pin doesn't work anymore or is just plain missing but I love them. I just don't have the heart to to throw them away.
Do you think that you could maybe make a how-to?
I totally love these. I saw these online somewhere else, etsy maybe, probably. And the fact that it's a how-to so that I don't have to beg you to make one for it.
This is totally awesome. I made the same exact scarf, only in red and grey. It was one of the first project I posted on this site. :)
Thanks for the fave on my "party dress"!!!
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Thanks again for the fave!!
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Thanks for the fave on my "no name shirt"!!
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Thanks for all the faves!!!
Thanks for the fave on my wrist brace as well!!
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Thanks for the fave on my bracelet!!!
Thanks for the fave on my no-name shirt!!
Thanks for the fave on my no-name shirt!
Thanks for the fav on my bracelet!!
Thanks for the fav on my bracelet!
YAY!!!! You're awesome....And that print is fricken adorable!!
Also...I know what you mean about ribbon -_- The second one I made, I had messed up, had to take the ribbon off. It was a horrible, HORRIBLE mess.
Thanks for the fave on my button bracelet!!
Thanks for the fav on my button bracelet.
This is so totes awesome...Totally gonnna try it sometime....AND also, kinda stoked we have the same name!
Thanks a whole bunch, I'm glad you like them!
Thanks for the fave on my shrinky dinks!!!
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Thanks for the fave on my shrinky dinks!!!
Thanks for the fave on my wrist brace and my sketches!!!
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Thanks for the fave on my 6 month old shirt!
Hey! Thanks for the fav on my Party Dress!!!
She's FREAKING ADORABLE! Costume looks great to, even if I did forget to look at it the first time.
Thanks for the fave on my party dress!
Thanks for the fave on my party dress!!!
I would totally love to see the boots too! And that corset looks amazing, I'd love to see a better picture of that too.
Thanks for the fave on my plugs!
Thanks for the fave on my rings!!!
Thanks for the add Lady!!!
I actually did use wax paper on my first one, its in my projects, I did a fox on a tank-top and it turned out really awesome. Its one of my favies... I haven't really been able to find freezer paper, course I haven't really looked either.
Awww see now I kinda feel bad, cause I totally stole your photos as well...I did see that post though. I had put you on my watch list a couple days before. I was sad to see you go. Even if I didn't see you there.
Thanks for the fave on my M*A*S*H* shirt!!!
Thanks for the fave on my M*A*S*H* shirt...totally all way late about it. SORRY
Thanks for the fave on my vest!!!
Thanks for the fave on the plugs!!
I'll most likely be posting on DA, of which I believe I follow you, cause I'm kinda like a creepy stalker. It may end up here as well, dunno yet. I don't think too many people take much notice...meh. I'll for sure post some linkage for you.
Thanks for the fave on my how-to!!
Thanks for the new faves!!
Thanks for the two new faves!!
Thanks for the fave on my late night shirt how to!!!
Eeep, realized after the fact...totally in love with that zombie bag and I wants one real bad.
Thanks for the fave on my late night shirt how to!!! Sorry I'm so late, just trying to catch up.
I'm sorry i have no idea why that just posted like three times! OH so sorry for the spam.
That bear is epic by the way.
Thanks for the fave on my late night shirt how to!!! Sorry I'm so late, just trying to catch up
This one is my favourite of all the versions.
BIOSHOCK for the win! I was gonna be a splicer for halloween this year but decided against it, I couldn't figure out the pattern for the dress in time, but your project is definitely on my to-do list for next year.
Totally fantasmick idea. Love it. Especially the cross stitching idea. I used to do that but lost interest because I could never find a real use for it, so mad props.
Very awesome indeed.
OMG, its on the to do list...my boyfriend is a super avid smoker too, and I always miss snuggling when hes gone...this would be perfect actually. As sad as that sounds, I know. I was gonna make one for him, but he didn't want one...cause he's lame and doesn't enjoy huge pillows like normal people.
Awesome shirt, looks great on you too!
So I found these a long time ago but I wanted to tell you that I'm totally stealing your idea for a digital painting. Its actually going to be a mashup of this and your other make-up projects...
Just wanted to say thanks for the inspiration!!!
Farking awesome, I always wanted a skirt, nearly just like that. Do you have an etsy or was it just a personal project kinda thing. Couldn't promise I'd have the money if you do, but I'd definitely check it out.
I'm so jealous, my off the shoulder shirts never look that good...I'm gonna try using your tutorial, probably later today.
Also I just gotta say, you're freakin' adorable!
Theres nothing wrong with using tiny man panties for scrap fabric, personally I'm waiting for my son to grow outta some of his so I can use them. Actually I think that maybe worse, just cause I know how often they've been worn. But they have superheroes on them...which makes them to awesome to just throw away...cept for the skid marks...aaahhh potty training.
Thanks for the fave on my old band shirt!
Thanks for the fave on my shoelaces!!!
Thanks for the fave on my shoelaces!!
Thanks for the fave on my shirt!!!
Thanks a bunch for the fave!!! It's one of my proudest things, and you're my first fave. So totes appreciate it!
Reminds me of bioshock...but foxy which is better,
Mad props. Nice job.
Thanks for the fave on my adventure time necklace!!!
Thanks everyone so much for all the comments and faves. When I get a chance I'm going to try and thank everyone properly...
Probably the most faves I've ever gotten on anything, combined. This site is kinda turning me into a "fave whore"
But seriously guys thanks.
Thanks for the fave on my pillowcase dress!
Thanks for the fave on my how to!
Thanks for the fave on my how to!!
Thanks for the fave on my how to!!!
Thanks for the fave on my how to!!!!
Thanks for the fave on my Adventure Time necklace!!!
Thanks for the fave on my adventure time necklace!!!!
Totally diggin' on that shirt too....you should post some more projects. jus' sayin'
and on my rings as well!!!
And for the fave on my rings too!!!
Man, again with the awesome....
I'm all special feely cause I'm 1 of only 3 fave...woot go you.
AND your first comment. Oh YEAUUUUUHH!!!
Thanks for the fave on my rings as well!!!
Thanks for the fave on my rings too!!! Totally didn't see that before.
Thanks for the fave on my "puzzle solution nails"!!!
Lovin' that zipper coil ring as well.
Specially coz you're all featured artisty or superstar or whatever you call it...makes me all special feely.
Thanks for the fave on my nails too!!! AND Super awesome thanks for posting your version, sorry I'm all way behind on my comments and such. Also makes me feel kinda special cause thats your first posted project. WOOOHOOO
Thanks for the fave on my "painting"!!!
Thanks for the fave on my "painting"!!!! Appreciate it much.
Oh and on my new shoelaces!!
Thanks again for the faves!!! I really dig your drawings, are those traditional medium or digital stuff?
Thanks for the fave and the comment on my shirt/hoodie thingy!!!
Thanks for the fave on my playstation plugs!!!
Thanks for the fave on my playstation plugs!
I just followed the how-to on the original project but instead of beads on the inside I just used a little turtle charm.
Oh and I didn't spray paint it either.
oh my I just realized that's not in english, I apologize but my browser translated it on its own...
I made a few variations on it of my own that I don't remember right now off the top of my head...my reading of the tutorial and execution were pretty far off. But essentially that's it.
Awww. You never posted your version that you said you would, I'd still love to see it.
Aw, as soon as I have the time and the patience for this I'm gonna do this with a mountain dew can and possibly a monster one too...Oh wait I have an even better idea...INSPIRED!!! I'll be posting a version a.s.a.p.
@ Gilly S. http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/soda_beer_can_ashtrays Essentially its the same concept, there's some tricky parts in the tutorial but I think it got explained somewhere in the comments.
I AM ENJOYING!!!! YOU ROCK, YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW EXCITED I AM, YOU'RE MY FIRST VERSIONATOR OF EVER!!!!!!
ALSO, IT LOOKS AWESOME!!!!
SORRY I'M SO HAPPY I CAN'T BRING MYSELF TO TAKE THE CAPS LOCK OFF.
Eep. LURV THEM!!! I love the striped heel especially.
I only picked the marker cause it was metal, I rifled through my boyfriends circular stuff drawer...its really a drawing utensil drawer I think. But that was the best thing I could find, I'd feel bad if I melted something that was for arting.
I've never really had a problem with sleeves really, of course this is only like the second or third shirt that I've made that wasn't short sleeved anyway, I usually just use old shirts as patterns, but this one I winged it, hence the frustration and awkward-ness.
@ Gilly, I got the ring shape by wrapping it around a permanent marker, the big metal kind that smell really bad and squeak when you write with them. After its melted you have about 10 seconds or so, I took the marker and rolled it along, kinda like a rolling pin.
@April- I kinda overlapped mine and they seem to be holding up really well. They're only overlapped them a tiny bit, they still give a little bit but I think it works out better that way. Mine are a little too big for me....I have these tiny hands...Also I'm not sure, and I doubt it, but maybe the clear coat is helping. My first ring I didn't coat and the ink started too smear onto my finger.
Whatever don't hate on your own project, this is awesome, you're giving me ideas...stop it. Organization is not my strong suit. Great timing. Thanks.
I guess Its not an actual zippo, its one of those really cheap one that normally comes with some kind of saying or picture printed on some kind of puffy plastic sticker thingy. I "spencer's" where ever you are, but that's where I see them most often.
I don't know if they'll have them still mine was really old, originally it said "I said not to drugs, but they didn't listen"
Also I don't know anything about engravers actually, I purchased mine from an "as seen on t.v." store it came with two and was really cheap as in easily broken the first one, the bottom melted through, it was just that terribly cheap.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
Thanks for the fave on my "late night shirt" there's a how-to available now if your interested.
p.s. I hate pickles as well.
Thanks for the fave on my "late night shirt" there's a how-to available now too if your interested
Thanks for the other fave on my nails too!!!
Thanks for the fave on my how-to!!!
Also *laughs* I got to steal your comment virginity.
Thanks for the fave on my how-to!!!
Also super psyched that I'm like your first fave, I feel super fancy.
Thanks for the fave on my-how to!!!
Thanks for the faves on my how-to's!!!
And for the heads up to check them out too. I posted some of my sketchies as well if you care to take a look.
Thanks for the fave on my how-to!!!!
Thanks for the fave on my other how-to...to...as well...also...psh you know what I mean.
AND for letting me steal your comment virginity...I am truly blessed.
Also I'm starting to think that maybe I shoulda added that first bit into the how-to itself...I knew I missed something.
I rarely and I mean RARELY ever cut the bottoms of my shirts, I just continue the lines down and make it as long as possible. Hence the issue with my slayer shirt-dress...thing. Anyway...May I suggest finishing it mostly but throwing some real simple straps on there. You could wear it under a shirt with a really deep v-neck shirt, or sweater possibly. Or Or Or even better yet, cause I hate having those line from your one of your layers being two short you could just take the top of it and stitch onto a bra you aren't amazingly fond of and then you could wear it under nearly anything and it'll hid right in there with your bra line. Hell I think I may do that...I have shirt that whenever I wear them my sister calls me a tart...and then, I call her a skag. Its a fun time, cept I do feel kinda tarty for the rest of the day, but not in a dessert kinda way.
YaY I'm so excited to see!!!
WOOT and now we're friends!!!
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Again, thanks for the fave on my how to!!!
Thanks for the fave on my "late night shirt"!!!
I just finished the how-to if your interested...no clue when it will be showing up but its finished!!
And to top it off I got to be your first commenter...not a big deal at all but it makes me happy and excited all at the same time. XD
Yeah I was already thinking about it. It probably will just be drawings and estimations but I'll give it a go, I can show off my mad drawing skillz...psh as if. I got a new fancy wacom tablet to play with too. I got a birthday present for a 6yr old to make tonight as tomorrow is her party, and I'm super stoked which is the only reason I'm saying something about it now. Anyway...sooo a.s.a.p. I swear, cause I'm a big ol' attention whore.
HEY!!! WOW!!! THANKS A BUNCH FOR ALL THE FAVES!!!!
Love the necklaces, but I gotta ask where you got the other ones that are with it? The gears and the heart, those are awesome too.
Thanks for the fave on my gyroscopic pendant thingy!!!!
Thanks for the fave on my cupcakes!!!!
Thanks for the fave on my band shirt!!! AND ah ha I'm your first comment too!! YAY
Thanks for the fave on my band shirt!!!!
Whoop didn't realize you faved to things.
THANKS A BUNCH TON!!!!!
Thanks for the fave on my sketches!!!
Thanks for the fave on my sketches
Thanks for the fave on my laced up shirt!
Thanks for the fave on my sketches!
Thanks for the fave on my sketches!
Thanks for the fav...Woot its like a 3-peat!
Thanks for the fav on my sketches!
Thanks for the fav on my slayer dress/shirt!
Thanks for faving my spiderman purse....even if that happened a really long time ago. :)
Hey! Thanks for faving my spiderman purse!
WOOO HOOOO I'M STEALING YOUR COMMENT VIRGINITY!!!!
Anywho, thanks for the fav's baface.
Thanks for the fav on my M*A*S*H* shirt!!!!
Thanks for the fav on my time turner wanna-be!
Thanks for the Fav on my slayer shirt!
Thanks for the fav on my M*A*S*H* shirt!
Thanks for faving my M*A*S*H* shirt!!
Thanks for faving my time turner wanna-be!!!
So I just made this for the first time. farking delicious, winning for sure.
Only problem being that I was too impatient and I blew on the cake bits too cool it down but didn't realize how hot the spoon was and i burnt my lips in like three different places, its all ouchy now.
Thanks for the fav! AGAIN!!! YAY...you stold my fav virginity on my M*A*S*H* shirt.
Thanks for the fav on my shirt!!!
Thanks for the fav!!!!
Thanks for faving my zombie egg!!! XD
Thanks a bunch for faving my slayer shirt! XD
Thanks for faving my slayer shirt!
Hey thanks a bunch for faving my slayer shirt!
EEEEP Thanks for faving my whats-whos-it there...makes for happiness.
Thanks for faving mah shirt...it makes me happy!!!
Thanks for the Fav!!!
Woah, so theres this alarm going of in some room of my house, behind a locked door, for like an hour. Its driving me mad.
And oh yeah,
Thanks for adding mah stuff to yo favourites.
Man its early/late and I'm feelin' silly. Oh so sorry you're a victim of such insomnia.
Thanks for the Fav
So I went to this concert...Manson was headlining and but slayer opened for them...weird I know, but the entire day I mean really the entire day people just started yelling SLAYER for no reason and once one person started it a whole bunch joined in. Pretty awesome to see a whole group of shirtless drunk guys yelling slayer so much that they get all red in the face and almost fall down...I love slayer don't get me wrong but if you're 'bout to pass out its time to stop.
Thanks for the FAVE!!!!!
Hey thanks for the fav!!!
Wow, these are awesome! Mad props!
Out of random curiosity do you have a deviant art or somewhere else you have more drawings I'd love to see some more of your work.
Thanks for the fav on my shirt1
Thanks for the fav on my shirt!
Thanks for the fav on my "time turner wanna be"
Thanks for the favourite
Thanks for the favourite!!
Thanks for faving my shirt!!!
Thanks for faving my shirt!!!!
Thanks for the fav on mah vest!!!
Thanks for the fav on the spiderman purse and the "time turner" thingy!!!
Thanks for the Fav again!!! Your DA was cool I think I faved you there too.
Thanks a bunch ton on the fork bracelet fav!!
Thanks for the fav on my old band shirt!!!
Thanks for the fav on my old band shirt.
Thanks for the fav on my old band shirt
Thanks for the fav on my old band shirt....I'm gonna go stalk your DA now.
Thanks for the fav on mah band shirt!!
Thanks for the FAV!!!!
Thanks for the fav!! kinda excited cause you only have 3 others...I feel special. ^-^
Thanks for the fav!!! Awesome to see some more people doing chain maille!
Thanks for the fav...on my way to find you on DA actually.
Also I'm very stoked to have been your first comment....shhh...I find joy in the simple pleasures in life.
Thanks for the fav!!!
Thanks a bunch ton for the fav.
And you have no idea how excited I was to read where you're your from....my sister is totally obssesed with that place and wants to move there...I have no idea how or why that so totes made my afternoon, but it did.
This was so totes awesome, I rumaged around the entire house found a bunch ton of key rings and kinda winged it. Not exactly and epic fail but all my rings spin the same way and theres a turtle charm in the middle. I'm going to the hardware store and when I do it right finally I'll post versions of my own, cause I'm making one for the boyfriend too. He doesn't know a thing about HP but he thought it was awesome. Kudos girlie.
Yeah, no. I'm sitting here staring at a fork, they don't look like that at all. possibly if you ran it over with a steam roller perhaps. And there are no jump rings in that picture at all.
I'm not so great at explaining the process without actually being in person but theres this site
Its where I get all my patterns from, its really great, complete with tutorials and videos and things like that.
If you have any other questions about particulars I can try my best to answer them, send me a message, I usually check around here pretty often.