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31  Re: Circle Skirts (now with tutorial!) in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by bowlordie on: May 15, 2005 02:57:41 PM
thanks so much for the circle skirt tute..i used it for the bottom of my prom dress!! hehe
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32  ADULT: vagina bean bag plushie in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by bowlordie on: May 14, 2005 03:08:24 PM
My friend is the biggest man whore around.  as a token of our friendship i made him this.... 
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It makes a really mean plaything.  Its hilarious when people walk in the door and you smack them in the face with it.  They go to pick it up and throw it back at you, but then they realize what it is and start laughing!!! AHH HAHAHA.
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33  The Ring stenciled Tank in Stenciling: Completed Projects by bowlordie on: April 14, 2005 09:25:31 PM
Me and my sister love the ring, so I made this for her birthday on the 8th.
-The front was really easy to do, I just looked up "The Ring logos" in Google and cut it out.
-A close up of the front (purple paint)
-This is the back. I was going to put like one fly somewhere...but then i went crazy, so i did the whole back in them.  I was excited!! hehe

Thanks for looking!!
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34  Re: Kim's Kanine Koats (LOL) With (lots of) Pics/Tutorial/Thingy in Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects by bowlordie on: April 06, 2005 09:34:48 PM
Can someone help me out with measurements for a chunky little teacup chihuahua? I'd love to make one for my elderly neighbor's dog, but I think she'd catch on to what I was making if I statred holding a tape measure up to little Lacey!

This is a picture of the exact measurements i used! i hope this will help you out.  I think that the chihuahua will work in this if you take off a little length, especially since it is a tea-cup.  I dont think those dogs are as long as yorkies. good luck!

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35  Re: Kim's Kanine Koats (LOL) With (lots of) Pics/Tutorial/Thingy in Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects by bowlordie on: April 06, 2005 09:01:22 PM
this is for my awesome yorkie!! he is so small and i had to screw with the measurements a little bit..i wanted it to be for the summer so i just used one of my old t-shirts!!! its not completely done yet.  I haven't added the Trim (?) or whatever it is called around the outside or anything..

Ohhh, for the skull i just used the textile and medium stencil technique that is on this website.

When i get cute pics of my pup wearing it I will put them up there. I love'd your tute, IT WAS SOOOO EASY! and everyone is gonna love my pooch! perfection!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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