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1  Re: Flared Jeans into skinny jeans with tute! EDIT: PLENTY OF PICS ALONG WITH STEPS! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by marie_antoinette on: February 06, 2007 07:58:06 PM
Thank you for the tute!!

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2  Skeleton Ribcage shirts! Halloween! UPDATE! in Screen Printing: Completed Projects by marie_antoinette on: November 02, 2006 01:56:27 PM
So my boyfriend actually made these, not me, but he doesn't have an account on Craftster so I decided to post them for him.  He has a professional 4-color silkscreen machine (manual, not automatic).  He also uses a heatpress to set the ink.  I love them, and I think they are very appropriate for Halloween!  Here's the pictures:
Black shirt with hot pink and blue ink:

Light Blue shirt with red ink:

White shirt with red ink:

More shirts! More creations!! Bats!

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3  Re: Pin-up Girl Swap 2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by marie_antoinette on: June 13, 2006 05:20:41 PM
Okay, Here's are all the lovely things I got from Primashonna!

A pin-up decoupaged jewelry box and picture frame, four beautiful coasters, and a knitted handbag!

It's in camo yarn with a pretty blue flower and I love it.

 Note the amazing pin-up girl fabric inside.  Cheesy

Thanks, Primashonna, this was so fun!!
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4  Panic! At The Disco hoodie!!! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by marie_antoinette on: May 09, 2006 09:46:10 PM
Alright my dear friends, here it is...
My boyfriend loves the band, Panic! at the Disco, and so for this past Christmas I took a regular black hoodie and spiced it up. Or as Emeril would say, "kicked it up a notch"...anyhow...all I did was buy some felt, and to make it more stiff, I applied iron-on interfacing to the back.  Then, I traced the letters on the felt and used a x-acto knife to cut the inside of the lettering out.  After that, I just stitched the letters on with a sewing machine, but where the felt "N" crosses over the zipper, I had to hand stitch.  Enjoy!  (sorry about the bad angle, he was being a doober... Grin Grin Grin)
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5  575 in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by marie_antoinette on: March 09, 2006 10:54:57 AM
I made this dress for an art project.  It has 575 cotton hearts attached to it because it was meant to represent the 575 cats and dogs that are euthanized in animal shelters in America each hour.  I got the idea from this website: http://www.cyrusmejia.com/575project.html
I'm super into animal rights, so I looooved doing this.  Thanks for looking and don't forget to have your cat or dog spayed/neutered!!
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6  Re: Promalong - Making your own Prom dress? Join the club! in Clothing Sewalongs by marie_antoinette on: March 08, 2006 04:37:14 PM
Here's my sophmore prom dress made by my mother.  My date and I had this whole vampire thing going on.

Haha, I used the same pattern for my prom dress as well!

My stupid gloves kept slipping down, as you can see...grr!
Here's me and my guy.  I made his tie to match out of the same material for the back of my dress.

Boy, we're dorks. Grin

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7  Straightedge Vegan Lounge pants! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by marie_antoinette on: March 08, 2006 01:36:08 PM
I made these pants for my sister this past Christmas.  She's straightedge (XXX), but vegan as well (V), so straightedge vegan is XVX.  I just bought some black lounge pants and stitched on the letters.  The letters were printed out, then traced onto neon green felt.  Since the felt was kind of flimsy, I ironed some interfacing onto the back.  Enjoy!

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