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1  COOKING / Dessert / NSFW boob cake *teehee* on: February 14, 2009 04:23:06 PM

Call me dumb, but I can't for the life of me figure out that NSFW icon thing!! So here's a pic of broccoli?? Teehee Smiley

So January 28th was my friend Shaunsei's 20th birthday. He is the single guy of our group of friends, and is fascinated by anything female...lol. My friends and I threw a party for him, and I volunteered to make dessert. I originally planned to just make a normal cake, but as I woke up the morning of the party, it occurred to me...DUH!!! A BOOB CAKE!!!

I don't have any pictures of him with it, but here was right after I made it. Oh, and he LOVED it!! As well as all my other friends...they were all so confused as to how I did it!

BTW, the cake was store-bought yellow cake and vanilla frosting which I dyed with Wilton brand icing dyes in ivory and pink. I made the boobs with a sports-ball pan set thing I found at Joann's. Instead of making the two half-spheres and icing them together to make a ball, I kept them separate Smiley The nipples have those sugar-coated gumdrop things in them to give them the raised effect. I wish I would have thought of this sooner so I could have done everything in fondant...but I don't think it turned out half bad for a last-minute thing. Oh, and it tasted great too!

Here it is from the top
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And the side
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Here's me after I finished haha. You can see the box of the pan thingies I used in the background. My tongue is red from eating extra gumdrops Smiley
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2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / my winter formal dress on: January 22, 2007 04:36:04 PM
hey everyone! so my winter formal was this past saturday, here are some pics! i made it from flannel backed satin with a pattern (burda 8174) if you saw my other post about it being too big...i fixed it!! hehehe. anyways...here it is!!

guh. sorry for the big pics!

^ for some reason i look huge in this picture. oh well.

3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / *NOW WITH PICS!* My formal dress is way too big...help!! on: January 03, 2007 09:47:43 PM
Hello everyone!! So i decided I was going to make my winter formal dress this year, which is on January 20th. I used a pattern- Burda 8174. Now it was fairly simple to make, I made some dumb errors, but nothing too major. I just finished a few nights ago and it looks great! So I go to try it on and its waayyyyyy too big!! NOOO!! I even measured, double measured, everything, before I started cutting! GRRR. It looks great. On my mannequin it looks great...even seams, nothing too horrible for my first article of clothing...but when i put it on, it just kind of falls down again. It's strapless with lining on the inside and boning. I was considering putting straps on it, it wouldn't be TOO hard, although it wouldn't be the strapless look I was going for obviously...but even with straps, it'll still look like a bag on me. I was thinking about maybe adding some eyelets and making it into a corset? However I don't think it would really go with my black and white polka dot theme...grr. The skirt also makes me look heavier than I am, and it doesn't help that I have no waist to speak of so the rest of me just looks huge, but that's a completely different story...I will try to upload pictures tomorrow I've uploaded pictures! Hooray!, i gotta take them first haha. Soo...any advice my fellow craftsters??   

On to the pictures!!

Please try to bear with me. I might possibly be the worst photographer ever.

i'm also wearing a pink shirt underneath, as to not scar you with my *ahem* privates...

so here's the whole dress. sorry for the flash and bad picture, i'm pretty camera-dumb. the dress looks decent enough...

the bodice of the dress. well, part of it. i pretty much missed half of what i was taking a picture of. anyways...looks ok i guess...notice it bunches sort of...

AHHHH!! this is what happens when i gently tug at it !!

there's also a big gap when i pull at it near my boobage area. sorry for the lame dark super close picture.

and this is when i pinch the side...lots of space! it actually doesn't look too bad here. usually there's much more.

and of course i was too camera-dumb to have taken a picture of the skirt portion...i tried and failed miserably. but it's also too big around my hips. gah.
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