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11  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / Mole Button Cottage on: September 14, 2004 06:47:28 AM
My friends moved to Wales, and into a GORGEOUS place called Mole Button Cottage.
They have 2 little girls, and so i painted them a picture.
This is it.
It's painted in acrylic, and the buttons around the edge were spray painted with car spray.


12  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / various sketches/doodles and cute things (few pics, but they're small) on: August 24, 2004 04:35:39 PM
Just thought i'd pop up a few doodley bits for people to have a look at.  Smiley


This is a collage with a magazinhe page, acetate, paint and some shiney cotton.


A lil animal i doodled when i was bored!


Another bored doodley thing.


This is a drawing in ball point pen of a performance i saw by Black Sky White, called Bertrands Toys. If u get a chance to see it GO GO GO!!! It's AMAZING!


hugs Smiley


And a little tank girl collage
13  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / My wedding invite on: August 06, 2004 03:10:29 PM
I got married last year, a year ago on tuesday, and i designed our wedding invitation....
so as a kinda tribute to being married for a year i thought i'd post it and see what u all thought!
(also included a couple of pics from the day (we had a medieval themed wedding)....i designed my dress, and my friend made it for me...please excuse how awful i look, it was the hottest day in recorded history in the uk, and i'd been wearing that dress for about 7 hours!!!)
PS sorry if the pics are a bit big  Embarrassed





14  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / 2 paintings i did (boobies out in one of them! beware!) on: August 02, 2004 05:47:12 PM
hey,
just posted my 1st thing yesterday, under the reconstructed clothes bit, and thought i'd pop a couple of things on here too!

 
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This was a painting i did for my brothers 21st. It's acrylic, gouache and eyeshadow.



and this one is a portrait of my husband  Cheesy

xxx
15  CLOTHING / Shoes: Completed Projects / "There's no place like home...." on: August 02, 2004 02:00:08 AM
Hello,
I'm new, and thought i'd post a project that i've worked on for the last two days.
(Sorry if the pic's a bit large)
I got married last year, and wore a pair of beige suede shoes that havent been out of the wardrobe since. I really liked the shape of them though, so didnt want to give them/throw them away.
When i got an invite to a friends wedding reception and i started fretting about what to wear, i thought i'd re-vamp my wedding shoes!



How i did it....

(I'm in the UK, so the materials i bought might not be available in the states)

I used a red, cold water dylon fabic dye, painted this onto the shoes, waited til it dried, then i used 'Appli glue' in pillar box red (Appli glue is a "Permanent, washable water-based glue for applique, foiling, and decoration on card, wood, glass, fabric, leather and most surfaces." It's also really flexible.)
I applied the glue quite thickly, and added each sequin by hand with a pair of tweezers.
Ok, sequins.... well, u know that sequins are kinda domed? like little saucers? for the next bit, if i say the sequins were used upside-down, it means that it's as if the saucer is the wrong way up..ok?!  Huh Undecided (hope this is making sense!)
I found that around the edges of the shoe (where the sole meets the upper, and the edge bit...where u put ur foot in) that it was best to use the sequins upside-down. This is because they stick to the curved bits better when they're upside-down, it also means they they won't catch on things when they're being worn. The rest of the shoe should be covered in sequins the 'right way up' as they reflect more light this way.
When i'd added all of the sequins, set it all aside to dry, and i was covered in glue, and had the stiffest neck i've ever had, i made the large bows for the front.
AND.........when they were finally dry, i stuck them on, and added the lil ones on the back  Grin

yey!

Hope u like them!

-Bunny
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