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1  CLOTHING / Designer Clothing Homage / Re: Chloe cocktail dress (1,577!!) on: April 30, 2006 02:49:12 PM
2  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Re: Pi soap on: November 19, 2005 09:50:49 PM
I love Pi, I have celebrated Pi day for the past few years.

There is nothing sexier than the ratio of circumference divided by the diameter of a circle.

Except maybe a super fast car that has the symbol for Pi on the hood.

Now that's sexy.
3  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: Show off your hair! on: November 19, 2005 09:39:29 PM
So I posted this in Discussion and Questions, but because there are so many hair savvy craftsters lurking around this thread...

I decided that I should post it here too.

My hair is super thick, and pretty damned curly.

I want a super drastic a-line and some loverly V-bangs.

I have a pretty small forehead.

And a pretty fat head.

Here's a link for some more info on what I'm looking for...


So, I'm trying to see if I can possibly succeed with such a lovely cut as an a-line, and if I would look super awesome with it or not.

Thanks for your time, and hopefully your resposes.

Love ya,
            EZ START(Your donkey-esque friend.)

P.S. Do you think I could pull off a septum piercing and a snake bite?

I'm in love with those, even thought they have nothing to do with hair.
4  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Curly girl with an a-line, can it be done? on: November 19, 2005 09:32:25 PM
Hello darlings!

I need some help, advice, suggestions, a yes or no, etc...

I'm tired of my boring, dark brown, curly, layered hair.

I'm thinking a nice drastic a-line and a lovely V-bang.

However, is that even possible for the type of hair I have?

Not to mention, my forehead measures two inches from my hairline to my brow.

So, I'm pretty sure that it's possible that I can get the bangs, and I read a post from someone on here that they had a small forehead and had more of a U-bang than V-bang.

But would it look right on me?

I have a fat head, so I don't know.
Back to the a-line...

I'm thinking pretty drastic if I can do it.

The longest part would hit either in the middle or below my chest, and the shortest would be a bit of a layer mid-ear, which of course would be fluffed out.

Is it possible for a curly and thick haired, not to mention fat headed girl like me to achieve this look?

Would it look superbly-awesome if I had this cut and dyed two pieces in the front or the whole head a forest green color?

Would the hairstyle look alright if I perhaps... 'forgot' to straighten it?

And even if it would work...

Would I actually look awesomely awesome sporting it?

^Fat head.

^Fatter head

^Less fat because the Brillo pad is covering it.

^Because it's cool?


And for some well deserved comical relief, I bring you....

^ EZ START, donkey in disguise!






Thank you for your time. =)

P.S. Sorry for the outrageously large pictures, my computer is not being very cooperative today.

5  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / Re: my room's nuts. (rasterbation info on pg. 3) on: November 19, 2005 05:53:31 PM

Dude, I want your room.

That so puts my room plans to shame.

Now I have to make mine cooler.



Oh, by the way...

In ten years, I'm tracking you down and I'll pay you a million bucks to decorate my town house in NYC.

Or London...

Whichever comes first.
6  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: Pimped his ride..... on: October 19, 2005 12:39:24 PM
You are such an awesomely fantastic mother!

I've got an old white camaro in the driveway right now. Not to mention I'm only $200 away from owning it. I was going to make it a Molly rendition of the batmobile, but that seems so much cooler, ha ha.

Maybe it could be funeral parlor-esque on the inside, and the Mollymobile on the outside! Now I just need a license and a few thousand bucks...

Your kid is so lucky.
7  CLOTHING / Shoes: Completed Projects / Re: monster shoe on: October 19, 2005 12:10:54 PM
I think I'm in love. You have successfully merged my love for shoes with my fascination with furry monsters. I am so jealous, and I'm going to the shoe store to get those hot pink heels so I can make my own. How about a matching purse?
8  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / Re: Bedroom-HELP! (PICTURE HEAVY) on: August 26, 2005 11:49:24 PM
You wouldn't believe how difficult it is to find one inch red and white striped wallpaper  at a good price on the internet. I need fourteen rolls, and the one I found on Ebay is $8.00 for six rolls. I looked up the brand and discovered that it's almost $30 a roll! So I'm going to have to go wallpaper shopping at an actual store now. I'm going to be spending hours of my time looking through wallpaper books, oh goody. Oh well, I wanted it.
9  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / Re: spanish or victorian bedroom...? on: August 26, 2005 11:20:26 PM
You are very welcome! Grin I am in love with the Victorian era. I'm going for a modern Victorian room myself.

10  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / Re: spanish or victorian bedroom...? on: August 26, 2005 10:30:33 PM
Why not merge the two styles together?

I don't know much about Spain, so I did a bit of research and found a picture of King Phillip's bedroom. I see a lot of earth tones. (IE: olives, tans, off-whites, terracottas, and rusts.)

You could buy (or make!) a bright and decorative quilt for your bed. You could also get some prints of Spanish paintings for your walls.

Now, Victorian I know pretty well.  Smiley

You could go many different directions with that. You could paint your walls light pastels, or even a very vibrant yellow! Here's a link for some ideas for a Victorian themed room.


I hope this helps. Goodluck with your bedroom!
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