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3551  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Re: Gag Gift Commission (NSFW) on: October 10, 2009 09:31:13 AM
That is awesome! Kitty Karma kicked her butt!

Thanks! Now I'm sorry I teased my own cat when he had tapeworms.
3552  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Re: Gag Gift Commission (NSFW) on: October 10, 2009 08:39:53 AM
Ocular herpes is no laughing matter, but your gift sure is! I hope she takes it in good humor, and how creative to make a sachet out of it!

Great job as always!

Thank you!  At one point during the process, I was feeling pretty awkward about making this for her as it's in my best interest not to alienate her, but he assured me she has a great sense of humor.  She also has a solid sense of justice and realizes she's just getting what she dished out. 

The lavender in the sachet is from a swap package and smells GREAT. 
3553  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Re: The Good Cause Challenge! on: October 10, 2009 08:36:07 AM
Prizes?! I forgot about PRIZES.  Whoo!
3554  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Re: Gag Gift Commission (NSFW) on: October 10, 2009 08:32:01 AM
*falls over laughing*  That's awesome.  Both the story and the sachet.  I totally want a penis-shaped sachet for my underwear drawer now (crude= my middle name, haha).  

Also, that cat is adorable.  I just want to snuggle her, eyeball herpes and all.  

Thanks! I almost put into my descri[ption "not herr underwear drawer."  The cat is not the cuddliest of felines, but I enjoy snuggling on her while she struggles to get away.

I want to point out that not all, nor even most, of my crafts involve a phallus.  Ahem.

Ha!  Smiley Nicely done.

Thank you, ma'am!  I actually stitched it twice, because I hated the first one.  

love it.  I have no clue how, but I've also contracted ocular Herpes in my right eye.  the herpes has scratched my cornea, so my eyesight is sh*tt*er that ever unfortunately.  We think I may have gotten it from my mom, as she has shingles, and works with people who have shingles and was dosing me with eye drops around the time I contracted it...

Love the sachet.  May make one for myself...mom would get a kick out of it!

Wow.  Thanks!  I was kind of nervous that this would offend someone afflicted and was on the fence about posting it.  When I read up just the littlest bit on ocular herpes, I realized it could be quite serious and I'm sorry to hear about your scratched cornea, even though that's not how it's being treated here.  (Of course, she's treating it seriously). We've heard that it can be dormant and then pop up when given the chance just like shingles is always there if you've had chicken pox.  I hope you'll share if you make one!

O.M.G. That is friggin hilarious! MissT your are the awesome-est!

Aw, shucks.  Thanks!  I was lucky that I just happened to have a fat quarter of that tie-dye-looking purple-y fabric which worked out great for this (and is more vibrant than the near-dusk lighting in the photo suggests).
3555  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Gag Gift Commission (NSFW) on: October 09, 2009 07:37:26 PM
Several years ago a friend of mine's cat got ocular herpes which is in the same family as chicken pox, shingles and oral & genital herpes. This friend's sister gave him and the cat LOTS of grief about it, calling into question the cat's moral character.


You can see the scar on the lower right edge of her right eye.

Well, turns out this same sister contracted ocular herpes herself over the summer!  And my friend only found out through their mom.  Seems it's a very common virus, but turn about is fair play and he's been getting even on behalf of his cat.  Part of that is this birthday present which he commissioned from me.


He gave me the parameters of "penis shape, obvious chancre, and the phrase "I survived herpes. One day at a time."  I suggested making the "I" and eye.  Because she's not going to like it- like it and it's not the kind of statement one displays AND I don't like to think my work, even the simple, crude work, will be just thrown away, I made it into a lavender sachet.  That way she can throw it in a drawer and forget about it.
3556  Halloween / Halloween Costumes / Re: Adult Costume - Ziggy Stardust is back! on: October 09, 2009 04:23:03 PM
Thanks! We were just reminiscing about this costume the other night with friends.
3557  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General / Re: Obscene Bind-It-All Project on: October 08, 2009 01:19:44 PM
Wow, thanks Dragonflywer!  The Bind-It-All is a wondrous and dangerous tool! 
3558  Halloween / Halloween Decor and Parties / Re: Halloween "Apothecary", "Soothsayer's Den" & "Haunted Tavern" Party - Ideas? on: October 08, 2009 11:16:59 AM
I ALSO FOUND A LOT OF SUPPLIES AT THE DOLLAR STORE.  I FOUND PLASTIC FLIES BUT WHEN I PUT THEM IN THE BOTTLE YOU COULDN'T TELL WHAT THEY WERE.  SO I FILLED THE BOTTLE WITH CLEAR HAIR GEL, ALSO FROM THE DOLLAR TREE, AND THEN PUT THE FLIES IN THE BOTTLE SO THEY WERE SUSPENDED IN AIR.

I AM NOW WANTING TO MAKE A HAUNTED LIBRARY.  I WENT TO GOOD WILL AND BOUGHT OLD LOOKING BOOKS. I PAINTED THE SPINES TO COVER THE TITLES BUT KNOW I AM HAVING A HARD TIME COMING UP WITH SCARY TITLES FOR BOOKS.  SO FAR I HAVE ONLY COME UP WITH " HOW TO BUTCHER A HUMAN". 

ANY IDEAS?

I bet there are some real books with pretty creepy names to be found online.

Cooking People
The Ethical Cannibal
Drinking Blood for Health
Build You Own Ossuary!
Bone Crafts
Serial Killers' Handbook
3559  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: I think I'm addicted, but I might be biased... on: October 08, 2009 11:10:18 AM
Ah, good to know.  Can't wait to see them! 
3560  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / Re: The Good Cause Challenge! on: October 08, 2009 11:06:19 AM
I just hope that I remember to post 'em!  I think my first is already dusty.
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