I want to wear it as part of a Sims costume for a convention coming up in two weeks but I am at a stand still. The Plumbob is lightweight but too heavy for headband so I bought a small harness and have a medium sized round wood stick attached it so the Plumbob should stay up the problem is I can not get the Plumbob attached to the stick. I have tried a glue gun(the Plumbob fell over), some Crayola mold magic around it and the stick(the clay fell apart), and some heavy plant wire I got from walmart(Plumbob fell over again)
If anyone has any ideals on how I can get this to work I would be most appreciated.
Years ago I got this huge set of 70's beads from a garage sale and last weekend I decided to take these beads and make them into a curtain for my bedroom door. I might add more to the length later on but for now its that height so my scardy dog can go through it without whimpering he cant get in.
So I work in a computer shop which is pretty plain except for a grateful dead poster so while organizing spare parts today I decided to make some wall art everything on the poster came from the shop and when I buy a frame (I dont think the cardboard one will hold.) it is going on the wall.
In celebration of my birthday next week (the 22 of May) I have made three Gameboy Color cross stitch magnets. They are in three diferent colors green, yellow, and purple and are stitched on plastic canvas with a magnet on the back.
I was thinking of selling some but im not sure if anyone would buy them I also have a blue color i can make.
I work at a computer store where all of the computers have science fiction names to them so when I decided to decorate the notebook I use at work I had to stick with that theme. So I made a Tardis notebook.
It is made out of some cardboard and a notebook I had lying around and then painted once the basic design was done. As a general note my craft strengths lie in cross stitching not paper.
My grandmother loves playing cards she always has to bring it up when I visit her. For her 76 birthday I decided to make her a family deck of cards. Each number has a different family member associated with it and their are four pictures of each family member except for the queen cards which are group pictures. Their are made in Photoshop and printed out on white card stock they are then laminated to stay nice when being played or looked at a million times.
So a friends birthday was coming up and I was looking for a card online because she loves the new generation of my little pony and no one sells it card wise. While searching I came upon a site with cupcake toppers and I just had to make some for her which turned into I just have to throw her a party to go with the cupcake toppers.
All of the toppers were cut by hand. The back is make out of heavy construction paper, the colors on the front are origami paper, the My Little Pony Design In the middle was made by me in Photoshop, and the sticks are lollipop sticks I had lying around my house.
I made a matching banner to go with it with the name Pinkie on it (because my friends nickname is pinkie pie)