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1  6 Mini Top Hats (img heavy) in Costumes: Completed Projects by Miss_Cold_Ember on: March 06, 2011 08:42:03 PM
I had an Unbirthday (birthday) Tea Party this weekend and I made a mini top hat for everyone that was attending the week before Grin They're about 4in tall and were all made like their larger counterparts (buckram, wire, mulled and lined) and attached to headbands for the shorter haired girls (one of them has a Miyavi style haircut shaved sides and all) and one with combs. They were all made according to their favorite colors and the yellow one was made to go with a pikachu gijinka cosplay the owner is going to be donning for a convention in about 2 weeks...apologies for some of the mess in the pics they were taken while I was still setting up the table XD



















thanks for looking ^_^


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2  Death the Kid and Tinkerbell in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Miss_Cold_Ember on: February 20, 2011 06:26:31 PM
I made these for two of my friends for Christmas and never got around to posting them XD Tinkerbell I'm sure everyone knows, Death the Kid however maybe not so much, he's from an anime called Soul Eater and my one friend is in LOVE with him XD They are made from craft felt and were hand sewed with free hand painted faces and about 6 or 7" tall. I used this pattern here http://babylondonstar.deviantart.com/art/Sit-pdf-103708129 by BabyLondonStar.



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3  Mad Hatter's Top Hat from Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland (pic heavy) in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Miss_Cold_Ember on: February 20, 2011 06:07:06 PM
I've always loved Alice in Wonderland and the Mad Hatter and have always wanted his top hat but never got around to getting one/bothering to make one. Then Tim Burton's Alice came out and I decided I HAD to have the new Mad Hatter's top hat..problem was..I didn't like the mass produced one that came out Undecided so I gathered my supplies and after about a week and a half, and the arrival of my set of 5 licensed hat pins (the only things i couldn't make) I had a Mad Hatter hat. It has a buckram and wire frame covered in brown fake leather type fabric stuff, that has hundred of holes in that I hand punched into the pattern from the original as best I could and some seemingly random gold stitching, the card is just burnt poster board and I wrote the numbers on with sharpie. I made the peacock feather hat pin from a 7" hatpin shank, 2 pieces of felt, embroidery floss, seed beads, some flat back bead type things..and 2 peacock feather tops. I also stitched stars into the lining (which I'm not too happy with but w/e). It's Huge..it doesn't look big on a table..but when i put it on..it's huge...and it's SHORTER than the real one O_O mine is about 10" tall. Anyway enough babbling, on to the pics. Oh and apologies for the picture quality they were taken with my phone so the colors are little off I *swear* that pink fabric is not that...well..pink..lol XD











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4  Re: Xmas Ornaments (Beetlejuice, Doctor Who etc....) in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Miss_Cold_Ember on: December 12, 2007 05:25:34 PM
You did an awesome job on these!  I get everything but the 9th doctor =0( .... They are very well made!  I don't have a favorite pair.  They all rock

thank you Grin

hmm the 9th doctor is a character from the British scifi show Doctor Who, the longest running scifi tv show in history (and the best one IMO anyway). He's one of 10 doctor's so far..all of them the same character just a different version and played by a different actor Grin and i should probably stop there before i show how much more of a geeky fangirl i can be lol

9th doctor (Christopher Eccleston) Wink

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5  Xmas Ornaments (Beetlejuice, Doctor Who etc....) in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Miss_Cold_Ember on: December 10, 2007 10:01:26 AM
OK so every year my mother buys personalized Xmas ornaments for the family tree. (you know those ones with your name and the year on them?) This year though due to lack of extra money, I made them instead. Two for each person and each having to do with that persons little obsessions in life.

These two are mine Grin Beetlejuice (cartoon version) and the 9th Doctor



a native american girl and boy for mother of mine



Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Jr. for her boyfriend



And monkeys for his son



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6  a cardboard coffin??? in What the heck can I do with THIS? by Miss_Cold_Ember on: November 11, 2007 12:00:55 AM
What can you do with a cardboard coffin Huh
I'm in the process of redecorating and i have this big like 6ft black cardboard coffin that i bought a few years ago after halloween, i really can't bring myself to part with it but i would prefer it to be of some use and not just taking up space and gathering dust in my room. I have absolutely no ideas on this a friend suggested something with shelves..but umm like i said it's cardboard so i doubt that could even work lol so anyway enough of my rambling. Thanks in advance for any help and ideas..

oh and here's a pic of it..er well it's a stock image, my camera is dead so ignore the stupid vampire lol
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7  Re: The Doctor Who & Spin Offs Swap Gallery!! in The Swap Gallery by Miss_Cold_Ember on: August 13, 2007 04:40:21 PM
I got my package from ch-ch-cherrybomb today!! Grin and here's what i got..


A BOMB!! Grin this is the coolest pillow in existence lol




and here's a closer pictures of the empty child and the quote..






A TARDIS box  Grin  (apparently as cherrybomb said great minds think alike lol)






a star box "filled with the night sky"  Wink




a TARDIS t-shirt (which i ran away to put on as soon as i saw it Cheesy)






a stencil of my favorite Doctor Grin (which will either end up being pinned on the back or front of a hoodie or framed lol XD not sure which yet)




and last but def. not least, a Torchwood id/credit card holder!!



so thanks again cherrybomb you, like the doctor, are made of awesome lol Grin
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8  Doctor Who Scarf in Knitting: Completed Projects by Miss_Cold_Ember on: June 11, 2007 08:00:46 PM
i finally finished my Doctor Who scarf otherwise known as the "ginourmous scarf of death" according to my friends who were a month ago ready to bet on if i would die or not before i managed to finish it lol nice friends huh? apologies for the crappy pic and ya know having to look at me  Wink


http://img158.imageshack.us/img158/9176/scarf1mh4.jpg
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