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11  Re: Resin Birthday Two-way Clips in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Boo_its_Brittany on: February 15, 2012 01:25:07 PM
They are so cute

What resin do you use? I am looking to make my own cameos. I have made some molds and want to cast my own but I am unsure what resin to use

Thank you Smiley!
Sorry for the late reply!
But, I use this brand of resin.

I get it at Michaels. Its pretty pricey stuff so I suggest using the 40/50% off coupon. That's what I do. Smiley!
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12  Unicorn Horn Alice Bows in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Boo_its_Brittany on: January 12, 2012 10:19:46 PM
I found some glittery icicle ornaments on clearance and thought "those would make adorable unicorn horns!"
From there, I attached them to lolita style Alice bows and these beautiful things was born. :3!

and this is me wearing mine. Smiley!

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13  Resin Birthday Two-way Clips in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Boo_its_Brittany on: January 02, 2012 10:56:19 PM
I had my first go with resin last week and these are two of the first bigger pieces that were successful. I used silicone present shaped molds.

Pink glitter, iridescent hearts, and birthday themed stickers, with glittery and zebra print ribbons.

Rainbow sprinkles and birthday themed stickers with glittery zebra print ribbons.

Both have two-way pin backs attached, so they can be worn in the hair or pinned to the clothes.
Perfect for your little princesses on their special day! Smiley!

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14  Pink and Red Hello Kitty Skirt in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Boo_its_Brittany on: January 02, 2012 10:39:48 PM

I used some scraps of Hello Kitty print fabric, pink fabric with white polka dots, and hot pink fabrics to stitch up this little paneled skirt. I added some sparkly tulle on the hem and yeah. Smiley!
Pretty cute, eh?
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15  Deco Den Mirrors in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Boo_its_Brittany on: January 02, 2012 10:34:01 PM
Home decor:

Compact mirrors:

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16  Crazy, cute, one-of-a-kind stockings! in Winter Holidays by Boo_its_Brittany on: December 05, 2011 10:51:23 PM
I've recently decided to make some Christmas stockings. I think they came out pretty cute.


They were made using scraps of fabric and some even upcycled clothes!
Cute and eco-friendly?
Can't go wrong. Wink!

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17  Some hair goodies, a necklace and a keychain in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Boo_its_Brittany on: July 09, 2011 05:01:51 PM
Ohhhh my goshhhhhhh Craftsters! It's been so long.
I've missed you all so much! *hugs* Cheesy!
I don't really know why I stopped posting, I guess I kinda just fell off the crafty train. I've made things here and there but I haven't taken pictures or posted anywhere. BUT! I am changing that. Smiley! I miss posting and commenting and such so I'm going to try to make a comeback.
Anyways, on to the crafties! <3!

Until next time. <3!
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18  Glitter, Rainbow Brite, and pastels. in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Boo_its_Brittany on: November 15, 2010 04:27:19 PM
A few projects for ya'll.

Some more glittery bows. Smiley! The red one is supposed to be kinda like Hello Kitty's? Meh, not quite but oh well.
Mmmmmm glitter. <3!

Bow made out of some fuzzy pastel baby yarn and a big pink button :3!

Pastel safety pin necklace made from some little baby shower favor things from dollar tree.

The Rainbow Brite thing was attached to a hair scrunchie from Target in the dollar section. I took it off that and put it on a necklace. Smiley! I used some rainbow string and glitter and star beads.

Yay Smiley!
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19  Princesses, stripes, and denim. A dress, a skirt, and a pinafore. in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Boo_its_Brittany on: November 15, 2010 04:24:20 PM
Just a few projects I've done here and there.

My mom had some denim laying around, and she wasn't going to use it, so I took it and made a little pinafore. I made two little detachable bows for it.

I used some t-shirt type fabric I got on clearance at Joann's for this little dress. Its got a pixie hem and a drawstring halter neck. Its super simple, but I like it.

Next is this little ruffly lolita skirt. I used this gorrrrrrrrrrgeous pastel storybook fabric. Its got little princesses on it, its kinda patchwork style with heart prints, paisley, butterflies, etc. I think its so darling. Smiley!

That's all for now.
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20  I am the clown with the tear-away face, here in a flash and gone without a trace in Halloween Costumes by Boo_its_Brittany on: October 26, 2010 04:02:04 PM

So, as you can see, this years Halloween costume was a clown Smiley!
I decided to be a clown when the idea for the wig struck, out of the blue. That was my inspiration piece for this entire outfit.

I made the wig using a red pigtail wig as the base, then I took a rainbow afro wig, cut it in half, glued it onto two styrofoam balls and pinned it into the wig using bobby pins. I absolutely love it. Smiley!
The wig didn't really fit me (I have a big head -_-!) So, I made a bandana type headband thing to cover up in the back, and put a bow on the front to make it cute Smiley!

I loosely followed a costume pattern. I made the base dress in white with red ruffles and waist ties, then hand stitched polka dots in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. I chose to handstitch because I love how it looks. It took forever, but I think its a great detail.

I went to a halloween party on Saturday, this is me  (and my friend, as Alice) all made up. Smiley! (No white face, because my cheapo makeup wouldn't cooperate.)

I also helped a friend with her costume. She was Hit Girl from Kickass. I made this belt, a simple cape and a mask. (only have pictures of the belt, I forgot the cape. Oops.)

And yes Smiley!
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