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1  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / sEcReT tAlEs Of RaMeN and sOdA pOp on: November 28, 2007 08:51:52 PM
So your hungry and u have nufing in teh fridge? too lazy u are to leave the house!  I bet you arent craving that ramen.

 Cool pssst... heres what u do.  Boil that ramen with something other than water, be it broth, or alcohol.
I've personally boiled a chicken flavor in pickle juice and im still sane  Wink
I've also mixed oriental with mikes hard lemonade cranberry flavor, its actually really good.

If u think thats too gross, just toss in peices of chicken or meat if your using beef flavor.
My favorite creation so far was boiling beef flavor with normal water, but after its cooked, add peppercinies (the ones subway gives u on the go) and throw a slice of swiss cheese on that bad boy. Its freaking good Cheesy

I know its not an impressive post, but i will not tolerate people following traditonal package instructions Angry

anyways, of soda's... adding certain types of candies to your fav sodas can really make u a happy camper.
I discovered upon adding some strawbrerry candy thing to my cherry coke.
Mind you though to take a chug before adding the candy, as some tend to fizz.  Thank you for your time. Smiley
2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Senufo on my fleece but don't call me a dork. on: November 28, 2007 08:36:06 PM
Looking up some crafty ideas I came upon Senufo, an african art that involves mixing mud with dye.  I found it on Zoom. tripple double u dot pbs dot org. Cheesy

It was easy enough, and i left some mud for texture.

3  CLOTHING / Shoes: Completed Projects / Crazy Anima shoes on: November 28, 2007 08:25:53 PM
Anima in reference to Seymour's summon in FFX.  I just remember having a pair of unused shoes around and wanting to make something and BAM!  Anyways it took alot of research on using acetone and whatnot, but took me so much longer to paint, and cut, and stuff.  Check em' and feed me with back.

in the closet

on the bed

once again

The "glow powder" that I bought online didn't work when i added it to the paint for the final layer. Angry
But I'm still looking forward to adding the necklace of Seymour's mom to that pink notch u can see, i plan to find a look alike in Thailand, whenever that'll happen. Undecided
4  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / I'm bringing backpacks back YA! on: November 28, 2007 08:08:52 PM
The backpack that held me through high school had to be honored, and so...
The outside

The inside

It's a little dark inside, so i ll tell u its a tri force.

On the other hand, my sister wanted to toss hers, so I took her old pillowcases (which she wanted to toss as well Sad) and cut out some pieces.

tis a shame i can't sew.
5  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works / Old college still hanging on: November 28, 2007 07:52:58 PM
Well I know this ones a self potrait, I spent a couple of hours in front of a mirror, as you can see half of my face is focused (the first hour) and the other half is tired completed in pencil. http://a627.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/37/m_2607f1775e11aadc520a217f5d43b73a.jpg

This one is an enlarged pic of that one famous German dude (i hope he's German) I forgot the material i used, i think white chalk and that black ash stuff and black chalk on some brown construction paper? http://a532.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/19/m_4efb4bf3aa02252ad274cfe62e242fb3.jpg
6  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Spongebob Squarepants-shirt on: November 28, 2007 03:10:53 PM
First and foremost I'd like to espresso myself as it is my first day with an account.  The lot of you are extraordinary crafateers, and I'm happy to finally join.
     So I bought this big yellow shirt from good will a while back and decided to put sponge bob in his mermaid man costume on it.  Found some pics on the interwebs and hand drew myself a small stencil.  Went to Michaels craft store and bought that simple spray stuff advertised on this site.  Mind you I learned the spray sprays with great sprayness, and therefor I ended up spraying the spray on a plastic spoon as my pallet, and used a cue tip for a brush.  I also used that puffy glue stuff for the starfish nose and teeth, but i didn't iron it, cuz i was scared.

Well now, it would appear I have to prove myself not a spam bot before posting pixnors.
Here is the link

Don't be shy, go on and comment Grin
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