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11  Andre the Giant has a posse! in Stenciling: Completed Projects by biafrabitches236 on: July 29, 2005 03:18:25 PM
... and I'm in it, I guess.

probably more like shepard fairey's posse.









stencilled onto an old red tank top that I found in my closet.

I am amazed at how clean the lines came out  Shocked Cool

I sprayed the stencil with spray adhesive on my porch and the glue and overspray picked up some dust so now I have andre stencilled in glue and dirt in front of my house. cool.




comments?
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12  super long star earrings and multi-chain earrings with dangly b+w twirly things in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by biafrabitches236 on: July 28, 2005 05:43:38 PM
there are made from 3 other pairs of earrings



me wearing them





my hand wearing them


this


plus this (one of the earrings is already dismantled in this picture)

equals this




[and yes, that's muchmoremusic and south park in the backgrounds on the tv. I'm a dork.]


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13  baby shoes, spongebob, and hiligher yellow fabric?!? (image heavy) in What the heck can I do with THIS? by biafrabitches236 on: July 28, 2005 04:28:47 PM






these are the shoes, they're converse hitop style. they're for 9 month old babies, so they're really small. I got them for $.50 at a yard sale, and the only thing that I can think of is donating them to a charity





pirate spongebob!! I love this guy. this is the little one, I also have the meduim one(don't ask -_-). he's probably about the size of a hand (including his legs). all I can think of is hollowing him out and making a camera bag/wallet, but since I already have lots of different ideas for both, I don't want to hurt spongebob for that. Sad

also, I have about 3 meters of flourescent(sp.?), really really really freakin bright yellow fabric. I forgot what it's called, but it's heavier and coarser than cotton but still pretty thin (not sheer though). I want to make a skirt with it, but I'll stil have a bunch of leftover, so what can I do with it?

something is telling me that spengebob and the yellow fabric belong together. but how? a bag or something?

help me out  Sad
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14  black and red duct tape camera bag!! in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by biafrabitches236 on: July 28, 2005 02:55:59 PM
so, I just got my digital camera about a week ago, and I decided to make it a bag. after looking at all the amazing duct tape bags on craftster, I decided to give it a go.







it's made of bright red duct tape and black and red electrician tape for the bow and black part around the top. my camera is happy now. Grin

edit: I changed it around after I made the bow and I finally found the pictures. here it is now:





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15  aus-rotten, crass, the virus, the circle jerks and more (image heavy) in Stenciling: Completed Projects by biafrabitches236 on: July 25, 2005 04:38:03 PM
I finally got a digital camera! oh joy
this is some of my stencilled stuff


nearly finished stencil


plus new pack of colored fabric paint





equals cool stencil of an anarchist throwing a multicolored bouquet of flowers

I am contemplating adding either the anarchy-heart thing (that you can see, not cut out yet, on the stencil), or a peace sign



this skirt was found in a thrift store for $3.99, I resized it to make it a bit more comfy
and sewed on patches








this patch was made before I found out that red_pen made one that is exactly the same, but with red paint
lol




this means sex, drugs and rock n roll in Japanese

the crass and circle jerks ones are from justin toxicated's stencilpunx site
http://stencilpunx.mattrunningnaked.com/

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16  skull earrings, checkered wristband, and a different spin on guitar pick earring in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by biafrabitches236 on: July 25, 2005 04:20:48 PM




I used red & black pick and giant safety pins for these


nothing too crafty, but I really like the result; I bought a pair of cheap little plastic skull earrings and put them on long chains


crafster resized this pic, here's a link to the actual size
http://photobucket.com/albums/a86/neat_neat_neat/?action=view&current=DSC00416.jpg
and those little spots are from the camera, not missed spots on the bracelet




I got a cheap pink and white wristband, and colored all the pink squares in with black permanent marker

sorry for the crappy pictures, I just got my digital camera 2 days ago and am still trying to figure out how to use it properly  Embarrassed Smiley
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17  Re: Alice in Wonderland. in Stenciling: Discussion and Questions by biafrabitches236 on: July 15, 2005 05:38:25 PM
well I wasn't sure if you wanted real scenes of the movie or what, but this picture is amazing & I couldnt resist sharing it. you could just use one part of it to make it simpler, like the chesire cat or whatever.



hope that helped!
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