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1  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions / Re: How Do You Create Those Ice Crea, Cupcake, Food Cute Necklaces? on: September 09, 2008 12:46:18 AM
The frosting parts are done with Caulking and a pastry tip, I believe.
2  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Re: Post Photos of Your Tattoos! on: February 07, 2008 05:14:45 PM
This is the only tattoo that I have that is actually somewhat meaningful...
One of the bees is a carpenter bee (my husband is a carpenter) and the other is a honey bee (because my three year old is so sweet!) Cheesy

Cute! Though, I agree, you need a queen bee on the other knee. =D That would make it awesome-er!
3  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Re: Post Photos of Your Tattoos! on: February 07, 2008 02:20:55 PM
I went in yesterday and got a bunch of new tattoos done -- all in more-painful-than-usual places, because I'm a dumbass, lol. Everywhere that I think is aesthetically pleasing, is statistically excruciating! I mean, my very first one was on my foot!  -->


Yesterday, I had french lettering down both sides of my body, across ribs owwww. I don't have a pic of that because it's too hard to photograph it by myself. One side says "sur la mme terre" and the other says "sous le mme ciel" -- "on the same earth/under the same sky", respectively. Later on when I go back for touch ups, I want "terre" to have a green glow over it and a blue glow over "ciel". It took almost 2 hours to do, soo painful. But I love it!

But the other things I got are Winnie the Pooh-style bees on my knees.
Get it?

I AM THE BEE'S KNEES.

 Grin LOL

But seriously, has anyone ever experienced this? My left side(both the ribs and the knee) hurt WAAY more than the right, and my tattooist said that the left seemed to not take ink as well either and had to go over that area more = even MORE pain. I practically crushed my friend's hand.
4  CLOTHING / Designer Clothing Homage / Re: Project Runway 3 (see first post) on: November 19, 2007 11:38:51 PM
It's funny because Elisa is apparently rather well-known, actually. She also had a famous sculptor dad(who i think died semi-recently).

I'm kinda baffled because from all accounts, most of these designers are fairly well known and have had some sort of success. What are even the rules of eligibility?
5  CLOTHING / Designer Clothing Homage / Re: Project Runway 3 (see first post) on: November 19, 2007 10:43:59 AM
Not to mention one sleeve was NOTICEABLY bigger than the other. But I think he had a certain design for the plaid, the back seam on the jacket had a mirroring effect that I think he was looking for.
6  CLOTHING / Designer Clothing Homage / Re: Project Runway 3 (see first post) on: November 18, 2007 04:14:53 AM
I personally didn't think Rami's dress should have won the challenge. It was chic, it was elegant, but I've seen designs similar allover last year. I am partial with the rose thing though("fleurchons" ala season 3 Angela, haha), but the problem with it was that it was too damn big. A smaller one or even a simple brooch would have looked better.

My personal top 3 outfits would have been first Marion's -- LOVE the skirt, and his design aesthetic is similar to mine. Then Chris, with his GORGEOUS slinky purple dress, I particularly loved the big bow thing hanging off the back of the neck. I don't know why, but I think it looks really cool. Then probably Kevin's for a distant third, mainly for the way the skirt belled out. I see poofy skirts are coming back, by many of the designers' outfits.

But what the eff are up with the models this season? With the exception of Marcia(Chris's model) and Amanda(Jillian's model), none of the other girls seems to have any grace or flair, and quite a few of them had a TERRIBLE walk, frankly. I mean, that's the models' most important job on this particular show, walk well and show off the damn gown!

Whoops, that was rather long winded!  Grin Already can't wait for the next episode!
7  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Victorian Corset, Edwardian Petticoat & Bustles! on: October 12, 2007 01:15:45 AM
Oh my sweet Jesus, this is gorgeous.  Shocked I worship you now.  Grin
8  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Painted Chiffon Dress inspired by IamTheShelbster [IMAGE HEAVY] on: October 12, 2007 01:13:49 AM
omg, I'm shocked that I was featured! Thank you all SO MUCH for your wonderful comments! I'm so happy with how it turned out.
9  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Painted Chiffon Dress inspired by IamTheShelbster [IMAGE HEAVY] on: October 09, 2007 11:29:54 PM
Great Job! I am so impressed, I remember the Iamtheshelbster dress and so far that is my most favorite thing made on craftster, You did an awesome job with that as your inspiration! I am so jealous, I would of never figured it out

Thanks for all the pictures too, it makes me actually want to attempt it, the style of the dress that is, not sure If I want to try the painting, I would make a huge mess



Hey, I made a huge mess so don't let that stop you!
10  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Painted Chiffon Dress inspired by IamTheShelbster [IMAGE HEAVY] on: October 09, 2007 06:48:34 AM
Yea boob covers! And that painted chiffon looks fabulous-did you use an acrylic or fabric paint? It looks crazy good.

LOL, why the hell am I still up? (It's 6:45 am here)

Anyways, I used a type of fabric paint by Jacquard, the solid colors called Textile and the iridescent ones called Lumiere. They're supposed to be machine-washable(once you heat set them). I was afraid that when I watered down the stuff(like 70/30, or almost 80%), it wouldn't work, but so far so good!
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