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1  tux purse in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by kylieraenbow on: March 27, 2006 10:05:07 AM
so i had my old orchestra uniform sitting around the house. it consisted of a tie, a cumberbund and a white shirt. (yes they actually made us wear all that crap). im a purse obsessionist so i made this. the "jacket" is just some black fabric i had from a skirt.

(oh and i know it's super dirty, i am far too lazy to wash it right now.... it was clean when i made it, after two weeks of use this is what it's become.)


excuse how frumpy i look, i'm on spring break and putting on makeup/curling my hair/wearing nice clothes does NOT appeal to me.




errrrr-
that is all.
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2  teapot... in More Art, Less Craft: Discussion and Questions by kylieraenbow on: February 06, 2006 10:31:11 AM
i'm somewhat stuck on what to do with this.
i made it last year in ceramics, but i didnt have time to fire or glaze it (we were expected to do two peices a week, i fell behind...)

i brought it home last week and fired it and this is what it looks like now. it's my first peice and it's already fired. i know it has imperfections, it's lopsided etc etc but i want to hang on to my first peice.
so what color does it need to become? i'm stuck. i was thinking black but that doesn't seem right. pastels seem odd too... any suggestions??
i'm a student and i'm paying my way to scotland so i have almost no money to speak of, so the super expensive glazes are somewhat out of the question.
it's highfire clay (i think maybe cone 7 or 8...?)
thanks!!!
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3  crazy huge boots in What the heck can I do with THIS? by kylieraenbow on: January 22, 2006 06:00:58 PM
hopefully im posting this in the right area. my apologies if im not.

well, i am a thriftstore junkie and sometimes i cant help but buy the most useless, crazy and sometimes ugly things. yesterday when looking at shoes i found these...

they are huge, ugly and in my opinion, fantastic.
the problem is there is a huge black scuff mark on them and i cant get  it off. i havent the heart to cut them up and distort them but i doubt i can find red paint to match. any ideas for what i can do with them? i would still love to wear them. if it helps, they are red pleather.
thanks for reading!
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4  not all that is ironic is sarcastic in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by kylieraenbow on: January 16, 2006 08:55:53 AM
this was made from another (super ugly) purse i made. i'm still not entirley in love with it but it's better. i made it cause im sick of people using ironic and sarcastic confused  Tongue

the other side:


thanks for looking!
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5  Rocky Horror Picture Show Purse in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by kylieraenbow on: January 03, 2006 06:56:40 AM
I am a HUGE rocky fan so I wanted a purse but i didnt really like any of them that I found. This is my first attempt at a purse so it's not wonderful but I like it.




Kylie

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