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61  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / Re: Dreadlocks on: June 06, 2006 03:17:59 PM
you can remove dreads and have OK hair after it. i removed mine after having them for about 4 months. it took about a day to comb them all out and many many tubes of conditioner. and i continue to condition like mad but my hair is still long and in pretty good shape. so if removing them is any ones fears, they can be combed out, it just takes a whole lot of time....
62  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Some newer stuff... first post eeeepp...... on: June 06, 2006 12:51:27 PM
OK to make the stencil i just used regular printer paper, i think you could possibly use it twice but it got a little torn up from the first use, oh well. Next i taped it on the shirt where i wanted it. then i drew in the blank areas with the bleach pen. i let it set for maybe 15 30 mints. i just kinda waited for the pen "ink" or bleach to dry. then i just washed it in cold water, i let it dry and it was done. it is yet to have any holes in it * i made it in February* so i think this all works.
63  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Some newer stuff... first post eeeepp...... on: June 05, 2006 01:18:55 PM
eeeeep! i love the shirt for your boyfriend. my boy is also a kurt fan, and i was wondering if you could post/message me the instructions on how you went about making that shirt,  and where you got the stencil from. i would love love love that.... thank you Smiley

i made the stencil from a picture of Kurt i found on line. i then changed it to a black and white photo in photo shop, and then made it absolute so that it was just black and white. i then cute out all the white parts with a exacto knife.
WOw, I love the bleached shirt! What did you use? Javel?
as for the bleach i used a bleach pen by clorox... i got it at walmart and it didn't cost a whole lot... i made three shirts with it. the bleach its self from the pen was relatively thick and stayed in one place, so not a whole lot of bleeding occurred.
WHat sort of place matts were they? (the ones where I come from are made of corkboard - or am i just being dim?)

they were fabric place Matt's. i would try looking for thouse, they are normally decorated with embroidery and such witch is why i picked to use them.

i hope that helps every one
Jane Eliza
64  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Some newer stuff... first post eeeepp...... on: June 05, 2006 11:01:41 AM
thanks every one. to make the bags i just used one place mat sewed up the sides, and sewed a triangle on the sewed sides so it would have a more boxy shape. I'm not quite sure if that makes any sense at all, but if you want i could easily draw up some directions *i am better visually than i am with words... the joy of being an artist Wink*
65  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Some newer stuff... first post eeeepp...... on: June 04, 2006 08:03:32 PM
Thanks almostascone for telling me about what code to use! i am clueless when it comes to anything htmlish.
66  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Some newer stuff... first post eeeepp...... on: June 04, 2006 07:56:31 PM
Hey this is my first post *is some what intimidated* i have been lurking for a while, and every ones stuff is So amazing. anyways this is the stuff i have been up to as of late. yes most of it is clothing but i am throwing in some other things as well. and i swear i would have posted earlier instead of lurking for months but i couldn't figure out how to have my pictures show up.... hopefully they will know..... *crosses fingers*

i made this skirt over spring brake from a pattern... i really love the way it came out
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I'm sorry i don't have a better picture

then for valentines day *yes i know that was a while ago* i did a bleach shirt for my boy  Roll Eyes he loves nirvana so its of Kurt..
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 and a close up of the actual bleach part that i think came out pretty well
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Then a while ago i found some place Matt's on sale and realised that they could be made into intresting purses... to here are two of them that i made... they are really easy and make GREAT presents for friends, relatives ya know the drill....
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yeah so i hope all of thouse photos work.... if any one has any questions i will try my best and answer *smiles* thanks for looking
Jain Eliza
67  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / Re: Only 15 Days left!! Gahhh on: May 20, 2006 08:28:11 AM
why dont you paint a picture card sized, and then copy it , print out as many copys as you need for the backs of the cards and paste it on the back of every card in the pack? that way they would all match, and it would be your painting. This would give you more time to actualy paint, and the cutting out and glueing shouldnt take to much time. then to secure down the picture you can use acrylic medum/ glaze to make it shiney and water proof. at least thats what i might do.... in some way i am in the same situation as you are, figureing out what to give guys is just no fun! haha anyways good luck
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