Ok, so I fell in love with the lolita style, and I'd like to make more complete outfits... Eventually. But for now, I'm molding the style the ways I like it most, so I made this skirt that was lolita inspired.
It's poofy kinda by itself, so I love it.
The bit of red is a pin that I made.
It says "Are You Suffering? EA The Asylm." Sorry it's blurry! If you know Emilie Autumn, then you know the phrase. If you don't know her, check her out, she amazing.
The letters are hand embroidered. ^^ My first attempt. Um, so ugly green felt is beneath it to add support. With a saftey pin, to attatch it to whatever. ^^ Thanks for lookin.
Now, I'm not a big fan of the skinny jean, because I'm alittle to curvy for them to look good on. Any who, these are a pair of pants I wore to work got a bunch of bleach spots and all that. So I wanted some nice warm leggings to wear under skirts, even in Va it's already too cold. T_T
No before sadly. I thought about it too late! XD Please ignore stupid facial expressions!
I made this ten minutes ago in a rush which is why it's very crude. I'm dressing as a more modren Harley Quinn from The Batman series. I'm doing Poison Ivy for Halloween! I can't wait! Anyways, heres the one picture I took before I throw it in the oven real quick before class. I;m going to hot glue it to a big red bow I did up earlier.
Like I said, really crude, I'll smooth it out more before I throw it in the oven.
I'm still new to polymer clay, but I'm getting better. XD I saw this somewhere else on craftster (And I couldn't remember where), so to whoever thought of this first, I got the idea from you. XD
I'm a manga nerd, and while, Inuyasha isn't my favorite, I thought the manga was ok. But I loved his necklace. XD It looked cool, but whenever Kagome said sit, well he had to sit. XD So bored yesterday, I made one for myself outta polymer clay. My first attempt at beads of any kind.
This is my first challenge, and I don't know if this qualifies, but I decided to go with it.
My boyfriend is a type one diabetic, so he has to take a shot of insulin after he eats. He was sick of running home since he's a guy and has no convenient way of carrying his insulin pen, so I now carry some for him. And I needed a nifty little cozy for the pen and the needle tops, so I decided to make one for the challenge. I made this last night, and I baked the polymer clay button this morning. This was my first use of button holes, and I messed up a little, but I think it turned out good.
I know the button so doesn't match the fabric, but I never match, so it fit me^^ Thanks for looking!! ^^