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1  He who sleeps under the sea... in adorable semi-amigurumi no-pattern form? in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by PerpetualHysteria on: December 18, 2006 03:08:22 PM


Alright, honestly I've never even SEEN an H.P. Lovecraft book. But my friend adores them, sooo I made her a kinda-sorta-amigurumi-but-not-really Cthulhu, modeled after the existing plushies, but other then that, I had nooo idea what I was doing and just made it up as I went along. I like how it turned out, but his feet are just bizarre.
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2  Re: Show off your hair! And questions about hair styles! in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by PerpetualHysteria on: December 18, 2006 02:58:31 PM
I absolutely love my hair. I'm contemplating bleaching/dying it an all-over color, but I know once I start I won't be able to stop...

I have pretty much virgin hair. One day I decided I wanted the sides cut really short with a design dyed into them, asked my mom to do it, and three hours later, my hair is awesome.





Here's what it looks like now(I've already redone it once, so this is the second time it's faded)





I can just wear my hair down, and it tooootally disappears. For when I don't want to be glared at by little old ladies.
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3  Perfumed body powder with handpainted box in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by PerpetualHysteria on: December 18, 2006 02:38:02 PM




Christmas gift for a friend! The powder is equal amounts rice flour and corn starch, with some glitter and, you guessed it, Burberry Brit perfume. However strong you want it. It's lovely, I almost want to keep it! Painting the box took foreeeever... So much tape, so many lines, having to mix the tan color... arrrgh.
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4  Lucy, my sorta-Amigurumi Dammit Doll and first project! in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by PerpetualHysteria on: January 18, 2006 04:19:07 PM
Hooray, first post! I've been a member since October, but i'm a terrible lurker and haven't even replied to anything. Well, last week I was lurking, as always, and came across the Dammit Doll poem! You know,

"Whenever things don't go so well...
And you want to hit the wall and yell...
Here's a little dammit doll
That you can't do without.
Just grasp it firmly by the legs
And find a place to slam it
And as you whack the stuffing out
Yell, "DAMMIT! DAMMIT! DAMMIT!""

So I decided to make one of my own, because I feel the need to beat the stuffing out of things often. Cheesy

And here she is, I named her Lucy. My first crochet project! As I am a complete beginner, she was made ENTIRELY in slip stitch.  Lips sealed I thought it was single crochet until I actually looked it up... oh well.







What do you think~?
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