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41  REUSING/RECYCLING/RECRAFTING / What the heck can I do with THIS? / Re: pocky and whatnot on: June 27, 2007 10:28:10 PM
I knew watching children's TV would come in handy one day! XD
I <3 Art Attack!

Make a pen/pencil holder out of those bags!

For the boxes, you could maybe glue a bunch of them together to make an art supplies holder (with shorter boxes for small things and taller ones for paint brushes, etc.

42  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: The Big Thread About Nail Painting on: June 27, 2007 09:06:56 PM
i used to decorate my nails with a different design every week when i was in gr. 7/8 and 9. (then school got busy and i didn't have time to wait for my nails to dry XD)

some of the "stranger" things i've put on my nails/done:

cut them into strips and lay them on top of a coloured base (or cut/punch shapes out of it) Always amusing to tell people it's tinfoil, not silver nail polish ^.^

when the polish is still wet, drop/sprinkle/place seed beads or sequins onto the nail. Those flower or star shaped sequins look great too. (you can also stick a seed bead over the hole of the sequin to neaten it up)

Scrapbooking paper
punch/cut shapes out of it and apply onto wet nail polish. Since they come in so many different patterns and colours, its great for matching outfits or nail polish. Paper usually requires a few layers of top coat to fully saturate it and help it stick to the nail.

use small delicate lace (doilies might work well here too) and push into wet nail polish.

An idea for fake nails:
in a shallow dish or plate, drop colours and drag with a toothpick. attach a fake nail into a skewer/end of a pencil and press into the pool of nail polish for a marbled look.

that's all i can think of off the top of my head. I'll probably post some pictures of my nail art once i can post images directly into a message.
43  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Free Patterns for Clothing on: June 27, 2007 08:07:34 PM
I don't think these have been posted yet, so here are a few more from Showstudio.com (the same site where the Watanabe Junya and Alexander McQueen patterns came from)

John Galliano Top

Yohji Yamamoto Design (top/jacket)

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