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11  Wizard of Oz Purse in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by h0p31355 on: January 18, 2010 09:33:19 AM
I saw this fabric months ago, and decided to make a purse for my boss, as it's her favorite movie.  I used Butterick B4822 view C



And some fabric close-ups:






And inside:


The only thing about making this that sucked was the fabric was a very one directional pattern, so I almost ran out of fabric!  I have some pretty decent sized scraps left though.  Anyway, thanks for looking Cheesy
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12  First corset! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by h0p31355 on: January 10, 2010 09:26:48 PM
The top is actually folded down a bit. It's sewn as a sweetheart top, but it comes up too high I think.

Made from brocade and lined with cotton broadcloth. Laces with 11 eyelets each side. Boned with spiral steel and spring steel at the back 2 channels. Modified from Simplicity 2966 to use metal boning instead of plastic sew-in boning.

A bit of gathering in the front panel because I started on the outside and worked in. It's pretty comfortable, but I feel like I should have used solid steel boning throughout. Also could have reduced in the bust a bit, but next time I won't be sewing the curved seams in front, so that'll take out an inch or so.  I'll also make the back a tiny bit higher.

Also planning on doing it with a busk or zipper next time, as it's a huge pain to get in and out of....but, it's pretty comfortable otherwise

Onto the pictures!



Excuse the pink lacing, I bought that for a waist cinch I'll be working on.  They didn't have any black cording in stock, so I'm outta luck for a few weeks

Comments/critiques welcome, and thanks for looking  Grin
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13  Hats! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by h0p31355 on: January 03, 2010 05:05:29 PM
Made a few hats for Christmas for FH cousins

First one is a simple white with blue maple leaves (the boys are B's sons)


Second is a unicorn hat  Grin of which I am very proud.  I used the same hat pattern and hand sewed on white fur trim, ears and a horn


Another


I also made the mittens on strings for the boys.  Hat pattern I made myself

C/C welcome, thanks for looking  Grin
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14  My Monster Wreath in Halloween Decor and Parties by h0p31355 on: October 20, 2009 06:17:22 PM
Finally (FINALLY) got around to making my own.

Tutorial found here : http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=53867.0  Thanks to callakat Cheesy

The large one is about 2' in diameter and the little one is made from the leftover center hole.  The big one also has eyes on both sides, and I made it for my work.



I didn't know what to do with the little one, so he's hanging on my kitchen cupboards Wink

Thanks for looking!

*edit*
Now featured on www.geekcrafts.com, thanks to noveltykitten!
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15  Regular Cakes (photo dump 3) in Dessert by h0p31355 on: October 05, 2009 03:12:44 PM
These are just cakes from our regular order list.  Some were for our display freezer and some were for orders.


12X16" Diplomat


Fresh Fruit Whipped Cream (all these fruit ones are from August-ish, so that's why the fruit is so extra nice)


New York Cheesecake with fresh fruit


12" St. Honore (Italian style)


12X16" Jake's Cake


Sexy Chocolate Cakes


2 - 12" Fresh Fruit Whipped Cream


Belgian Chocolate Cake with fondant logo


Fun cupcakes




A few fruit flans for the display case

Thanks for looking!  Grin
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16  Fondant Cakes -1 mature at end (photo dump 2) in Dessert by h0p31355 on: October 05, 2009 03:04:54 PM
Fondant covered cakes from work


Painted Grecian scene






Popular design at my work








This was such fun Smiley


Cupcakes with swirly fondant roses

I made these 2 from my house for a stagette and a wedding (2 different people)


 
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Thanks for looking!
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17  Gel Artwork Cakes (photo dump 1) in Dessert by h0p31355 on: October 05, 2009 02:59:02 PM
I just realised I haven't posted anything on here in awhile, so here are a bunch of kid's cake with artwork I did at work:










I like this second Vader better








The centering on the writing is terrible!



I keep forgetting my camera at home, so there's a few I wasn't able to get pictures of *le sigh*

Thanks for looking!
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18  Re: Fill a Box Canadian Style Round 3 Gallery!! in The Swap Gallery by h0p31355 on: September 29, 2009 09:32:22 PM
I have just received from the fantastic Melissaurus!  She warned me to be careful when I opened my envelope.....


Tiny stars!


The whole lot: 2 cookie cutters, 2 food dyes, 1 flavoring, some fabrics, a stuffed owl kit, a painting, a set of prints, some decorative paper (origami?)and a mystery box!


Prints, and painting in the back ground


Inside the box was a little card, the Little Traveler pin, and some home made stamps!




And here's the rest of these guys...not sure what to do with them yet!

Thanks so much Melissa, you've spoiled me <3
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19  Re: NWS Cakes! in Dessert by h0p31355 on: June 20, 2009 06:10:45 PM
Holy Crow!
Did you use a cake pan for that penis or is just awsome carving?
My friend wants me to make her a penis cake for her birthday next week.
After seeing this, I don't know if I have the balls to do it! (Heh heh.)

I carved it.  The balls are from 4" round pans, and pretty much stayed the same.  the shaft was made from a 1/4 sheet pan (12"X8") that I cut into 3 strips, length wise.  Once it was assembled:

I chilled it, carved it, chilled it, then masked the whole thing in buttercream and chilled again before adding fondant.

I rolled little bits of fondant for the veins, and also added those before putting on the fondant:


However, I'm pretty sure you can buy shaped pans from sex stores

Lol I would love to have seen what went down when it came time to cut that baby. I want the head! I want the balls! HaHaHa!!!

For the ass cake, there was a lot of "eating ass" and "piece of ass" jokes lol Smiley
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20  NWS Cakes! in Dessert by h0p31355 on: June 18, 2009 06:51:48 AM
Here are a few cakes I made recently for friends' birthdays

For a 30th, who happens to be an ass-man:





Vanilla buttermilk cake with Italian buttercream and rolled fondant.  Panties are royal icing, and it's sitting on a 12" cake board.  I'm not tagging this one as mature because it's only a butt and it IS cake so.....

This one however  Shocked  made for more of an acquaintance for his birthday last week

 
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here it is pre-airbrushing to see better detail

 
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My first time using an airbrush, and I think the veins are too bright blue, instead of a more muted purple that I had planned on.

 
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The tip  Wink

Thanks for looking guys!
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