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I'm Chelsea. I am studying animation and illustration.I like clothes reconstruction. My dog Gidget is my best friend.

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Joined 2008

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luiza
luiza
Wow superb
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Dani T.
Dani T. · Mexico City, Federal District, MX · 3 projects
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PinkWeeds
PinkWeeds · Omaha, Nebraska, US · 207 projects
Thanks for favoring my T-Shirt Vest Happy
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Lucy Star
Lucy Star · Kristiansand, Vest-Agder, NO · 37 projects
Hi. I'm Esperanza and I love your clothes Happy
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Zydonia
Zydonia · Mexico City, Federal District, MX · 17 projects
Hi Chelsea. Nice Name.
Regarding your comment on the CD earrings.
The silver side can be removed according to CD quality. Lower quality, cheaper disk have the aluminum layer laced on top of it, while higher quality ones have the aluminum layer sandwiched in the middle. In the case of some cheap CD-Rs (and bootleg disks), I've see the aluminum layer peel off along with duck tape taped on it.

All you need to do for the cheap ones is score it a few times with something with a hard edge like a paper clip, scissor, fork, or blunt side of a knife, and then use any kind of tape, scotch works fine for me, apply to the metalic looking stuff (we can all agree it's metalic looking) and pull away.
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Catfish
Catfish · Norwich, England, GB · 13 projects
Hi Chelsea. Thanks for your comment on my DIY body armour. Can't say that I've had too much trouble using jump rings. I'd advise you to use the right tools. I currently use a pair of jewellery pliers on one side of the ring and tweezers on the other side. I do find that the tweezers sometimes slip so it might be worth you getting two pair of flat nosed pliers. Other than that check out this site (http://www.jewellerymaking-beads.co.uk/opening-a-jump-ring/) and this one (http://www.jewelry-making.com/openingjumprings.html) to make sure you're using the right technique. Hope that helps you out.
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Jenna C.
Jenna C. · New York, New York, US · 123 projects
Hey Lady!
Thanks so much for your kind words.
We love hearing feedback on our projects! You should totally try some of them, we've checked out your projects and you totally have the skills!
Since we love our fans, we're offering 15% OFF for CO+K'ers this week
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Use coupon code: sunshine if interested Happy
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blufairy
blufairy · Sherman, Texas, US · 3 projects
I'm really like...not surprised!
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blufairy
blufairy · Sherman, Texas, US · 3 projects
wow you are kinda late i was not the only one who found it offensive. i personally don't like being given the bird and some people don't like their children seeing it so maybe you should think about that.it was really uncalled for you seem to be talented and that is a much better way to get peoples attention.i myself have enjoyed several of your tutorials and was a bit disappointed and surprised when i saw it was you
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Thanks!(=...
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Medea
Medea · Berlin, Berlin, DE · 23 projects
thanks for the fav ^^
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Laken
Laken · 7 projects
Hi I saw your comment on polo project, and I just want to let you know that you can do it with any long sleeve shirt really if you just cut rectangles of leftover fabric and sew them to the top, the top part will just be a little bit less structured, or you could use a dress shirt that has a collar and it would end up the same.
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Cupcake girl
Cupcake girl · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 28 projects
GO TEAM EDWARD!!!!!!!!
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Ariel Greenwood
Ariel Greenwood · Lake Elsinore, California, US · 108 projects
Aww maybe you could find a hedwig on ebay or something? or we could make a trade...
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Boebba
Boebba · Helmond, North Brabant, NL · 47 projects
Hi! I love your cartoon jacket, it's amazing!
Do you have more pics??
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Nicole
Nicole · Winter Park, Florida, US
Just wanted to say hello. I love your reconstructed shirts~
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Lola
Lola · 2 projects
hehe thank you xD
that was actualy just because they were old and have been lying in a box all these years so the hair was standing up because of all the stuf that were on it... xD
but we thought is was quite cool so we left it that way =D
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Darling Chelsea
Darling Chelsea · Belmont, North Carolina, US · 54 projects
Um, yeah. Being so short and skinny it is really difficult to find clothes, but I'm sure I'll post some more how-to's in the near future Happy
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Green Liquid Soap▄
Green Liquid Soap▄ · Belgrade, RS · 12 projects
Hello!
i just gotta say that i looove that retro sweater you made!
it looks so cute!
and btw,i saw you like billy martin...oh,i remember when i was totally in love with him...he's so hot! Happy
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Biblionic
Biblionic · Rochester, New York, US · 2 projects
I saw on your Retro shirt that you're 5'1 and 98 pounds --
I'm 5'2 and 98 pounds, finding clothes sucks!
I'd love a how-to on clothes altering - I see you've altered a few.
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Ryden
Ryden · 28 projects
I love the book Choke too! <3 I try to eat vegetarian food most days a week, but I just can't give up the breakfast meat! haha! Way to go!
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Darling Chelsea
Darling Chelsea · Belmont, North Carolina, US · 54 projects
Vegetarianism is great, what can I say Happy
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Darling Chelsea
Darling Chelsea · Belmont, North Carolina, US · 54 projects
Thanks =
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tarrah.
tarrah. · California, California, US · 8 projects
thanks for the favor! i am tarrah. i must say i adore your leg warmers! i made one last week and they were thee best!
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Chelsea K.
Chelsea K. · Fargo, North Dakota, US · 8 projects
Dude my name is Chelsea and I'm a vegetarian AND I'm 16, how weird. I love your leg warmers. I admire you for keeping up the veg life for so long Ive only been a veg for 3 1/2 years
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Courtney Couture
Courtney Couture · Keller, Texas, US · 20 projects
wow a vegetarian i admire you Happy

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