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1  Holy Elvis in Halloween Costumes by Vood on: November 05, 2011 01:42:26 PM
The night before our Halloween party my boyfriend's best friend calls with a "simple" request. Can you turn a robe into pants? My sewing skills are pretty basic but that's usually enough for Halloween. I said I would give it a shot. When he showed up...He wanted me to turn this:


into the Elvis costume of his dreams.
Hours later... here is what he got:


I'm pretty darn pleased with myself.
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2  Black Swan-ish in Halloween Costumes by Vood on: November 05, 2011 01:34:18 PM
For Halloween my boyfriend, Mark, decided he wanted to be Natalie Portman from Black Swan:


Here is how it turned out:


Unfortunately, I don't have close up photos of the detail. The tube top has elastic ruching at the bust and lines of sequins down the front to give the illusion of boning. The feathers were hot glued on while he was wearing it (he wasn't too happy about that one). The tutu was created after reading a number of tutorials on here.  I also applied all of his makeup and styled the wig. My favourite part was seeing him try to put the tights on.



He liked it so much he wanted to give himself the best costume ribbon at our Halloween party.
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3  Now I ain't sayin she a gold digger in Halloween Costumes by Vood on: November 01, 2006 07:30:21 PM


I made the dress from a simplicity pattern. It was my first time using a pattern so I was rather pleased with how it turned out. The gloves I bought at the dollar store but took in to make them fit. The helmet I spray painted gold and yes, the light does work.
I was also wearing shoes covered in gold ribbon and a necklace with a little shovel charm on it that I made out of cardboard and spray painted gold.
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4  Clay vulvas for the Vagina Monologues - may be considered a little graphic in Completed Projects by Vood on: February 19, 2006 04:45:38 PM
The group I volunteer with hosts the monologues every year and this year as a side project the cast and crew, myself included, went to a local clay studio and made molds of our vulvas.

We used the pink stuff that dentists use to make molds of your mouth, it smells very minty.

We packed the molds with clay and a week later, after they were fired, we decorated them. They're currently on display in the university library.

Here are two of about 30 that were made.
 
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5  Re: Hot Pink Purse Swap--the pictures in The Swap Gallery by Vood on: February 13, 2005 06:56:57 PM

Heres the purse I recently recieved from nikki-shell.
I think its rather exotic  Smiley i love it!
The pictures a little dark and doesn't do it justice.
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