Correction: I did not turn my boyfriend into a panda, but I did make one for him. So he really loves pandas. And he's a super talented guitarist.
So heres this.
He's has a bowtie, and a little tiny top hat. His guitar has a proper headstock with tuning pegs and all six strings and frets and the whole shebang. The last picture is next to my chapstick (Burt's Bees. Represent! ) so you can get an idea of the size of this cute little guy.
Helllo. So I got a really cool idea for some lighting in my apartment, and I need a bunch of those tiny alcohol bottles from an airplane. Anywhere from 10-100 would be good. Wasnt really sure where I would find those, aside from flying 17 flights and getting trashed on all of them, so I figured I'd just ask.
So I found this AMAZING old Singer for $20 at the thrift store today. Works great, came with tons of extra parts. The only problem? I don't know squat about sewing machines. Whoops. SO far all I could find were these numbers: 185K and CAT-8-1 Not sure if those do any good but I would love to find some user manuals or guides or something for this machine so I can get it going.
Hello. My best friend recently found out that she has a very severe skin allergy to formaldehyde, which is commonly used in perfumes, scents, etc... So, we were wondering if you have any recipes that have scents without formaldehyde or anything similar to it.
I'm dying to make my own lipgloss, but all I ever find are the recipes that use petroleum jelly. I'm extremely allergic to petroleum (it does horrendous things to my skin; I don't even want to know what it would do on/near my face!) in any form. Do you know of something that could be substitued for the petroleum jelly, but work just as well?
I'm taking a cycling trip next year, and have decided to make my bike panniers (which are essentially saddlebags) out of duct tape. Anyway, I want to attach some industrial strength (well, maybe not industrial, but the strongest I can find!) zippers rather than using buttons or strings to close the bags.
Have you any experience with zippers in your duct tape bags? I don't own a sewing machine, but I'm pretty good at handsewing, so I was thinking of taping the zippers in, and then sewing over them once or twice for extra security.
I'm guessing to make a really good last, wrap your foot snugly, but still comfortably in plastic (Saran) wrap, than in tin foil. Pull the whole thing off (without distorting), fill with plaster, and let dry. For a sturdier mold, cover the plastic wrap with duct tape instead of foil.