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1  Back and forth. Forever. in Stenciling: Completed Projects by LifeislikeanEwok on: December 09, 2008 11:22:35 AM
My boy has been hinting to me like crazy that he wants this shirt. Seriously. I can't really explain what this means unless you have seen the movie Me and You and Everyone We Know, which in that case you already know what this means and are probably squeeing just like me.

it started with this:

)) <> ((

Okay, okay...I know. It doesnt mean anything...or does it? Lawl. I love it.

Without further ado, here is the extremely simple shirt I made for the boy...(also, my first stenciling project):

Here is a close-up:

It's a little bit wonky, but it will do. I didnt have any freezer paper when I made it, but it turned out decent.
I think i'm going to add "Forever." to the back.

What do you think?
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2  Re: Post Photos of Your Tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by LifeislikeanEwok on: November 03, 2008 02:01:30 PM
So, Here is MY dilemma- My cousin and her husband just moved to town...She does piercings for a living and he....he does tattoos. They have come down to San Antonio to open a shop. MY problem is- Matt (her husband)...gives me free tattoos.

He is REALLY good, and such a nice guy. So far I have two tattoos, both done by Matt.

Here is my first tattoo:

This picture does it NO justice. The color are actually really bright and vibrant (stupid camera phones!)

The stars each symbolize one of my sisters (using their favorite colors). The big one is actually kelly green and symbolizes me and so on an so forth. (yes, I have five sisters)

Unfortunately I dont have a pic of the second one right now because its on my ankle and we all know that its pretty damned near impossible to take a pic of your own ankle. Anyhow, its a pumpkin to symbolize my boyfriend....its a really long story, but its super cute and it makes me soooo happy!
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3  Perfect Political Pumkin-ness! in Halloween Decor and Parties by LifeislikeanEwok on: November 01, 2008 03:53:21 PM
I didn't actually make this stencil myself. I found it at a website called YesWeCarve.com   which is awesome, btw.

I didn't want to go with the traditional jack-o-lantern, and since this is the first pumpkin I have ever carved (yeah, my boyfriend said I lived a very sheltered childhood, and insisted that our first halloween living together would house my first pumpkin carving experience).

I had fun!

For those who arent Obama-holics, I'm sorry! But for those who are, enjoy!

Oh, and sorry for the crappy pics. My cell-phone kinda bites. Cheesy

Thanks for looking!
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4  Re: Show Off Your Hair! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by LifeislikeanEwok on: April 26, 2008 03:16:19 PM
I've finally been able to dye my hair again! Hurray for jobs that just don't care!

I have MP Hot Hot Pink on bottom with Cotton Candy Pink highlights Cheesy
On top it's MP Midnight Blue, which is usually more of a green color but I don't mind. Cheesy
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5  FOR THE HORDE! in Glass Crafts: Completed Projects by LifeislikeanEwok on: December 20, 2007 08:24:23 PM
Being the enormous dork that I am, I find pride in the fact that I am a member of the Horde in World of Warcraft. Love...Love...LOVE. <3

Being so, I am also a lover of glass etching, but had failed to use an actual sand etcher before. Feeling as if I could ot possibly become a real etcher without purchasing one, I ran to Hobby Lobby and picked one up.

My original intention was to do a huge mirror for my father's promotion, but I thought I'd do something small first, just to see how it worked.

It turned out marvelously....

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6  Re: Show Off Your Hair! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by LifeislikeanEwok on: November 26, 2007 12:27:52 AM
So, I know that I'm not super cool like yall, with the crazy colors anymore...but- I have a job *pout*    Here's the hair history of Chriss:

When I was in middle school, I wore my hair buzzed and in a mo-hawk for most of the time, often experimenting with different colors....sadly, however, I wouldnt let anyone photograph me...thus no pictures.
This is 10th gradeish:

Then in the summer before my 12th grade year I grew it out.Thats probably the most natural it has ever been in color

Somewhere along the lines I took a Senior picture

Then I cut is really short

cut it a bit shorter and dyed it really dark (kinda a weird emo/indie stage)

(thats my little bro with me-he rocks)
Then prom came around and I was rockin the razor cut

Summer came with pink hair until my boss threatened to fire me (it was beautiful...but WOULD NOT COME OUT OF MY HAIR)

I dyed it all dark again and am now growing it out hard to the x-core.
(with no pics of course)

But unfortunatly, this is my normal hair texture:
it takes a ton of straightening and such....yes, I understand that I have nice curls...but I wish it was maintenence free like straight hair! the curls are very crazy and wild and don't frizz hardly at all thanks to Garnier's soft curl cream...its amazing and smells so nice...

Okay...lol...thanks for lookin! Cheesy
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7  A girl and her dolly...(kinda img heavy) in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by LifeislikeanEwok on: June 14, 2007 07:34:03 PM
So before school ended, I was given a project to make something about myself. Everyone decided to go towards a more abstract approach but you know what? I decided that I was going to do something so completely plainly me....I was going to make a doll of myself. Now, this was thought to be a rather easy feat by myself, "Haha," said I as I bought the materials...having no clue what I was getting myself into...This was to be my very first major sewing project.

Who would have known it would take me over 3 weeks to complete?

Okay, so here is a picture of me for reference:

((Dont mind the outfit and such, it was Pirates of the Carribean day and I was in full gear))

Now here is mini-me:

And us awesome Gangsta's together:

Here's me trying to be anywhere nearly as happy as the doll (which has a mouth like the felt friends on Blues Clues))

The seams are kinda off and some of it looks crazy weird, but I think thats why I like it so much- its just like me.
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