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1  Corseted Rent T-shirt in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by PixieSkull on: May 23, 2006 01:03:38 PM
I loved my XL Rent T to death, but it was waaay too big for me to wear out and about. I've had it in my recon pile for a few months and FINALLY tore it apart and added black ribbon loops for corset lacing. I wore it for my 20th b-day party and it looked pretty good on me. VERY happy with how it turned out.




I do have pictures on my boyfriend's camera of my shirt laced and on me. I'll post those as soon as I can for reference.
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2  Re: The Amazing Hoodie Swap Gallery!!! in The Swap Gallery by PixieSkull on: April 17, 2006 01:41:15 PM
Alright, it took me FOREVER and a day to get pictures taken and loaded onto my computer, but here they are! I've got a lovely black hoodie with a silver skull and quote on the back with silver studs on the bottom.


The back, it reads "Death is just nature's way of saying "Hey, you're not alive anymore." I like it.

And the front. The pocket studs fell off in the first wash, but that's alright. I could reattach them later.

Thanks Alix(LadyMalice)! I still love it and wear it everywhere.
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3  Re: What you guys have all been waiting for- - - in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by PixieSkull on: April 05, 2006 10:00:56 PM
Alright, I'm going to post pictures of my progress instead of creating another thread for now. I think to fix the problem, I'm going to make a duct tape dressform and fit my clothes to that. That is my best option at the moment.

I LOVE this fabric and really want to make this work, but I'm not sure I will. Sad


And a closeup of the floral print


Any tips on shaping the dress to fit me better around the waist area?
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4  Harry Potter Monster Book of Monsters in Completed Projects by PixieSkull on: April 05, 2006 09:50:21 PM
I made this little prop out of an old hardcover book on Agoraphobia, fleece, paper and hot glue while waiting for Goblet of Fire to be released. I took some old tealish-green fleece, cut it to size, glued it in place, cut out the eyes, eyebrows and teeth, glued those on and let it dry. It's very cute in person and I like keeping it on my computer desk to frighten people. I'm thinking of glueing the pages together and cutting out a little compartment in the middle to hold something, I don't know what.

But here's the book!


Oh my, I don't think it likes it's picture taken...


It looks all sweet and fluffy (if slightly evil) so you get close and SLAM!  It bites you hard.
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5  Harry Potter stencilled Ts in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by PixieSkull on: April 05, 2006 09:38:02 PM
I've done a few stenciled Ts with Harry Potter stencils that I created myself and have finally taken pictures of them to share.

The front has a small stencil of Tom Felton as Draco Malfoy's face with his name underneath


And the back says "He's not spoiled, he's just a spoiled brat."

I made this shirt before the 6th book came out and I still believe it to this day. I'm proud of how it turned out, a lot better than I thought it would.

I also made a test Weasley's Whizarding Wheezes shirt that turned out horribly, but it was a horribly fitted shirt anyways. I did make a pretty one for the HP swap 2 here in purple. You can see it hanging out of the box.

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6  My bead obsession grows with jewelry ::Image heavy!:: in Beads: Completed Projects by PixieSkull on: January 30, 2006 09:35:10 PM
I made a few things last year around August when I randomly wanted to wear earrings again.

The pair that started it all, the Pink Rainbow moons: Made with rainbow glass furnace beads, AB glass delica beads and sterling silver moon charms and ear wires.


Then in December I needed earrings to match my Christmas/Yule clothes my Gilded Ornament set: All glass beads, 14kt gold wire and clasps.


Then I ran rampant with earrings and some matching necklaces.
Sterling Silver Goddess earrings: Basic charm earrings, thinking of adding chains and some moon stone accents.


Springtime Butterflies earrings: All glass beads, very light in color and weight.


Black Aurora earrings: Black bugles, black E beads


Black Ceramic earrings: Vintage ceramic beads


Blue Rainbow earrings: Blue-lined clear glass beads, solid light blue beads, rainbow glass furnace beads, silver earwires


Blooddrop earrings: Red frosted 4mm beads and AB pink/orange delicas


Attention-grabbing! Blue Pondscum earrings: Glass focus beads, dark blue flower discs, and purple-lined aqua triangle beads.


Blue Pond Drop and Black Glow necklaces: Glass bugle and seed beads, purple-lined aqua triangle beads, vintage black ceramic beads, dark blue pendant beads, tiny dark blue waterdrop bead


Icy Heart necklace and earrings set: Clear glass beads, blue-lined clear glass beads, swirled clear and blue hearts, and light blue twisted beads.


Green Man necklace and earrings: teal-filled clear glass delicas, teal-green leaf beads, sterling silver Green Man charm, sterling ear wires.
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7  Re: Glam-as-all Get out Earring Holder from a Cereal box!? in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by PixieSkull on: January 30, 2006 06:44:32 PM
I loved this idea so much I made two. One in pink zebra and the other in purple leopard. I also made a TON of flowered tacks to hold up my necklaces and bracelets and rings.




I used light pink small netting under larger magenta netting to hold earrings and I hotglued ribbon over the ends to keep it all in place.
I used flower beads to make the tacks, work really well in helping to keep things on the piece.
Cardboard isn't quite so think so it bends like mad, but I love it!
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8  Re: Japanese street style swap gallery in The Swap Gallery by PixieSkull on: May 16, 2005 02:44:04 PM
I got my package on the way out of town on Friday. Been at a wedding all weekend and haven't been able to take pics or post my package yet, but I finally did. I'm very happy with what Biochickee sent me because it's all very fitting for me.

My Friend Maria wearing almost all of the stuff Bio sent me


Most of what I got from Bio seperately


The Malice Mizer T-shirt she made me


I'm insanely happy with the t-shirt and I put on the domino bracelet, the dice earrings, and the tools necklace. I also put all the pins on my purse. I got some compliments on my items at the wedding also. Thanks, Courtney!

Funky:  I'm so up for a part two sometime in the future.
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