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1  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / for people who strech their ears; FINALLY SOMETHING TO PUT IN THEM HOLES. on: February 11, 2006 05:53:01 PM
I HAVEN'T POSTED IN SO FRIGGIN LONG!!!!!!!!!11111111111


tis good to be back. anywho, i recently had a stroke of brilliance whilst wishing i had money to buy the stuff i've been wanting for a long time. one of them were pinchers for my 4g ears. i made plugs of some sort out of wax! i think they look pretty darn niffy and alot cheaper then buying them.

please don't hate about my shitty webcam pictures, my digi cam hates me.





enjoy!

p.s. if you guys want, i can make a tutorial.

p.s.s. my boy thinks hes hip Smiley.

2  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / POKEY WALLS HURT OKAY. new room, help puhleaze. on: October 16, 2005 05:23:24 PM
my room has practically been the same since the day i moved into it at the age of 6. pale pink walls, white framed bed etc etc. and as you have guessed, i changed Smiley. i did put some stuff in there, like a few posters and taped a bunch of shit on my walls but it still isn't me. i don't even know what "me" is yet but i know it isn't this haha. i recently went to a friends house and fell in love with her room. it was so awesome that it restarted that urge in me to get a change.

problem one: i'm gonna switch rooms with my brother. which means i get a pretty awesomely sized room. but the one thing that bugs me SO MUCH is that the walls are "pokey". there was something wrong with the insultion because normal dry wall wouldn't stick. the only way we could cover them was to use stucko [sp?] which makes the walls bumpy and when you rub it a little comes off. this sucks cause i put stuff on my walls and i wanna write on them too but i can't because of the texture.

SO

i wanna paint the walls a Violet. would a color like this make the room too closed? too dark? would it totally clash with the texture and be weird? its white right now.

problem two: i have a girly bed. which i hated since the day my parents bought it for me. its a single with white bars and bars on one side so its supposed to go against a wall. i was thinking about taking my mattress' and just sleeping on those but i wouldn't want my bed to be so close to the ground [ie; the major dirt]. i wanted to use this futon but its really big and would take up allot space. what could i do to fix this? i was thinking some thick pieces of wood and maybe milk crates would look cool, but would they be practical? hahah gotta love the dorm look Smiley.

i will hopefully post a pic of the room or a drawing soon. anything would be great. were renovating our basement so we sorta wanna finish all renovations at one time haha. thanks a bunch!!
3  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / how do you know which hair color works for your skin tone? on: October 15, 2005 05:57:26 PM
yeah, how? i don't get the whole warm and cold color things haha. i want to dye my hair this color,



but i don't know how it would look with my skin tone. i have natural somewhat "dark" brown hair with a sorta red tint, and green eyes. i have abit of freckles and i'm not really pale but i'm not much of a tan either.

i know this is a horrible picture to post about this but its the only picture with good lighting that shows the colour of my hair and skin.



thanks a bunch Smiley.
4  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / ARE SAFETY PINS LIKE HOLLOW NEEDLES?? on: September 15, 2005 04:31:17 PM
i read here that if your planning on pirecing your ears by yourself, the best way is with a hollow needle. now, i do not know how to get them or what the difference is but i always thought that safety pins are hollow needles. haha. maybe i'm stupid. so, the question is, are safety pins hollow needles? and if not, is there anyway to tell from a box of needles, which ones are hollow? thankssss.Smiley
5  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / 3 tops; sex pistols, the misfits and stripes. -IMAGE HEAVY- on: September 11, 2005 08:42:01 AM
howdy Smiley. i haven't posted in a hella long time, so i'm back with 3 new shirts.




1. i bought this sex pistols shirt for real cheap like a year ago and i grew out of it. so i cut out the logo and sewed it on a t-shirt to cover some other words up. then made the shirt into a tank top and tada. i'm thinking about taking off the ribbons though.




2. i had this weird shirt with green and white stripes on one half and green on the other. so i made it into a tank top with a low cut in the front so i could pair it up with a black over the shoulder, 3/4 sweater. using the pieces of the sex pistol shirt, i stenciled misfit, letters seperated on it. cut them out messy and sewed them on. haha sorry about the first pic, my eyes were half closed and mouth wide open.




3. this isn't really a recon but whatever. this tank top was so cool but the front of it was plain and the neck came up really high so i cut it and added random holes everywhere.

so there we have it. comments are great  Wink.
6  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / i jumped on the band-wagon and made a jean skirt! on: July 12, 2005 07:29:21 PM
yay. i'm very proud of this one, and it didn't take too long to make.









check out that mad stiching. its real purple and yellow but stupid camera. comments are loved Smiley.

7  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / i didn't know where to put this. tank top into skirt, no sew. on: July 04, 2005 04:12:39 PM
haha. yeah, thats pretty much it. i was changing once and somehow got my tank top at my waist and i thought "that would be a pretty rad skirt". so thats what happened. stupid, i know, but if you ever needed a skirt you can get one out of those stretchy tank tops with those thin straps.











and for those less slutty than me, you can pull it down more. blahaahaha. i got so many weird looks when i wore this. i loved it Smiley.

8  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / i dreaded my best friend.. on: June 16, 2005 03:54:59 PM
..and it looks sorta weird. the dreads aren't tight and look like i just twisted it with some wax. i would post a pic but he doesn't know how to import pictures from hes camera phone. so is there anyway i can make them tighter and prettier? ha-ha. i know my dreads but i just wanted to know some more. thanks ya'll.
9  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / pink and black dress, check it out ;] added pics of me wearing it, page 2. on: June 10, 2005 06:15:39 PM
kay. i've been working on this dress with my grandma for my up-coming formal grad thingamajig. it's really hard to take pics while wearing it so i put it on the floor. it looks bad and fat and ugly but its really pretty, i love. i'll post pictures of me in it soon. comments please, thanks Cheesy.









p.s. this is were a pink ribbon will go and criss cross. yeeeee.
10  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / shaving or waxing? DUN DUN DUNNN on: June 09, 2005 02:26:24 PM
YO. it summer time yall and its time to whip out the razors or wax. but which is better?

if i shave, i get nasty red dots and ...redness. i haven't waxed before so i'm wondering which is better. price isn't a issue, i'd get waxing done free. now all i need is your opionons. thanks.  Smiley
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