For my boyfriend's birthday, I'd like to give him a zombie monkey or tiger, but being a broke college student, I'm lacking in both time and money so I figured I'd just modify an existing tiger or monkey stuffed animal to make it a zombie.
I have a couple ideas for how to do this, but I figured I'd ask you guys too. Has anyone attempted this in the past, or have ideas for how to properly zombie-fy a stuffed animal?
Wow. I tried this last night after looking up various other microwave cake recipes, and was pleasantly surprised. All the OTHER recipes showed pictures of a very tiny, deflated, dense cake sitting in a mug... Mine was huge and fluffy and much darker than any of theirs, although that last part might relate to the type of cocoa I used.
Definitely more than a one person serving, and great with whipped cream. My only complaint is that I added some chocolate chips into the batter, and they all sunk to the bottom. Wouldn't try that again.
Ooh, pretty colors. Do you think the darker/brighter shades they have would work on unbleached hair? (My hair isn't very dark, or very light... I rarely bleach it, but Special Effects doesn't really require that anyway...)
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Wow, they have a lot of colors. Do you know if there's a place where they show what each color looks like?
Both of those are absolutely amazing! My boyfriend is a hug Doctor Who fan (while I'm just a huge David Tennant fan *sigh*), as well as a humongous TMBG fan. Therefore, I praise you on so many levels and desperately want to make these myself! In fact, I'd like to take your idea further and make the whole TMBG band, or even the major cast of Doctor Who. Wow, what a great job! Could I maybe get some sort of pattern, pretty pretty please?
I actually have a friend that wants the same, so once I get it for her I'll just paste it here!
For months, I lacked inspiration and motivation to make stuff, but I finally got around to doing things, thanks to They Might Be Giants and Doctor Who.
(sorry for the big pics!)
So, first off... for those unfamiliar with TMBG, they do a weekly podcast showing videos for their kids songs, hosted by puppet versions of themselves. I love them, especially John Linnell, so I made myself a Puppet John Linnell plush!
Then, this past weekend, I decided I absolutely needed a 10th Doctor of my very own to snuggle.
I already have several friends begging for Doctors of their very own!