So....my friend had her 18 a couple of weeks ago. She had a party, and I told her to NOT buy a cake. So, with the help of another friend, my mom, and myself, we whipped these babies up in an afternoon. I thought that you would like to see them. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v331/battersea/100_2071.jpg
So, my mom made my prom dress for me for prom. Prom was friday, and I loved the way I looked. So, she got to buttons at our local craft store when it went out of business. Also, she used about 30 yards of netting and tulle for the underskirt. I went to prom, and everyone thought that my dress was bought! Well, except for the people who knew my mom made it. Well, here ya go! detail me and my friend ME Oh yeah, by the way, this was an old dress that I had to wear in the fifth grade about ten years ago.
So my friend, skaramouche, and I made 3 more cakes for her mom, our friend's dad, and our friend. Her mom and our friend have the same b-day, and our friend's dad's b-day is the day before them. We made these cakes about a week ago, and I am rather proud of the both of us. Our other cakes were robo c4ke and the minibus van cake. Well, here are the pictures. One is risky business, the other is a chess board(even thought the recipient doesn't play chess), and the other is for a friend who loves to stencil(his face is in the tv).
So, I signed up for a competition that will be in April. I signed up for a scratchboard competition, but I have NEVER worked with scracthboard before in my life. So, could anyone help me with what tools from around the house I could use to scratch with? Also, is there anyway to make homemade scratchboard so that I won't have to pay a crapload of money for something that I need for practice.
So...I had a four day weekend, and I decided to make a shirt of a stencil that I made a couple of months ago. It makes me laugh every time I see it, and I hope all of you enjoy it as well. It is six layers, most of which I had to free-hand in on my own. Well, here it is in all of its glory.
Sorry about the monstrous pictures, but I have yet to figure out the picture hosting on here. I still think this is what the Colonel's and a chicken's baby would look like.
So, my friend skaramouche and I made a cake a couple of weeks ago for our friend's 18 birthday. Since he owns a minibus, we decided to build him a lovely cake in dedication to it. Here are some pictures of it.
So, I have been hearing about how clean and crisp freezer paper makes a stencil. So, if I iron it onto a tee, will the stencil be reusable? Also, does wax paper work as good as freezer paper? Also, how hot should the iron be for the paper to stick and not burn?
So I have been waiting for a digi cam, which I got for Christmas. So, I thought I would show off a couple of my favorite and best stencilled tees. They are of Boris Badenov and an outline of China, which has a bit of a political understatement. *wonders if anyone will guess it, besides scaramouche*