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1  Who Likes To Rock The Party...METALHEADS! in Stenciling: Completed Projects by ilyena on: March 12, 2009 05:00:18 PM
So I take NO credit for this, as it was completed in all its awesomeness by my housemate, Spens. This was like his second stencil and I think it turned out STUNNING. *high five to all crafty metalheads*

He had this to say:
I had an image and did a vector drawing off of it. printed the stencil (made from the vector drawing) out across 4 pieces of pronter paper which i taped together and cut out. Used house paint to fill in the stencil.

Apparently, it is Abbath from the band Immortal, which is apparently good.  Cheesy Its on a shirt.

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2  i am a pink bunny! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by ilyena on: January 05, 2007 11:34:05 AM

Excuse the bad picture, it was early morning! My friend Steve went to an anime convention and found an awesome pink bunny hat  there for $30. I looked at his and said, "I can make that!" so i did. I  found a pink fleece hat for $5 at Giant Tiger and a matching neckwarmer for $6. I just cut ears out of the neckwarmer, sewed them on and TADA! For $11 I made the exact same thing. Its so warm!

Comments and critism are welcome!! Grin

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3  Finally no more cold in me corsets!! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by ilyena on: November 19, 2006 03:58:54 PM
OKay, this is a creation I threw together from a left over wool hunter jacket someone ripped up and abandonned in my fashion class. I've been looking for something to wear with my corsets thats warm and cute (I cant relinquish the dellusion that its still summer!) and this is what I came up with. The sleeves are off an old hoodie and it goes down to mid-waist in the back.

Excuse the excess tummy and bad hair!! Comments appreciated  ;Dk
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4  Dollar store earmuffs to hardcore...muffs in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by ilyena on: January 02, 2006 05:14:44 PM
Happy New year to everyone! This is another Christmas gift to my sweetie, Moridin...I bought a pair of those dollar store earmuffs, the lil plush thing-in-place-of-warmth type ones...anyways its a teddy bear on there. I totally punkified it, wrapped black fabric arounf the top, cut out and replaced the eyes and embroidered (badly) lil mouths with teeth...and of course Moridin's intials on their foreheads.       
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5  A twist on the Domokun cell phone holder in Completed Projects by ilyena on: January 02, 2006 05:05:12 PM
Happy New year guys! After much anticipation, here it is, a domokun cell phone holder...its a giant domokun (made of felt/cardboard) with a slot for my  Moridin's cell phone. I gave it to him for Christmas and he adored it to pieces. My biggest  fear was that i had the measurements off ( i didnt want to give it away by asking him) but it fits like a dream.
comments and critique loved very much Cheesy
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