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1  Re: Come see Spiderman! Quillow tutorial! with LOADS of pictures! in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by Lack_Luster on: October 09, 2006 02:24:29 PM
This is the COOLEST thing ever! Coolest I say!

And thanks to your wonderful tutorial I have made my mother a birthday gift worthy of ... being a good gift... its nice she will like it Cheesy

Here is the Quillo and a matching pillow

and there the inside of the quillo (room is tiny didnt want to open it back up again Smiley )

Thanks for the awsome tut!
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2  My creation got my coworker pregnant!!! (BookBot) in CHALLENGE 15 ENTRIES by Lack_Luster on: October 04, 2006 08:33:47 PM
I work in a book store. It sucks a lot, but its cool too.

One day while opening the shipment the boxes trembled! Books toppled from the shelves and from their wake emerged

BOOKBOT! (oooooo)

Bookbot with the mother...

And Bookbot with me

Now unfortunatly BookBot got a little violent and we had to call the coppers on him. They kinda laughed so I threw him out...

(Plus my boss would flip if she had came in the next mornin and saw that....)

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3  Re: Show us your Photoshop and PSP art!!! in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by Lack_Luster on: September 23, 2006 09:55:00 AM
I love photoshop ^^ I can sit and play with it for days on end.
Not to mention I can sit and look through other peoples art for days on end, there are some great talents here Smiley

This one was a photomanip. All the differant stocks are listed in the description.

This was a dancer I made for my mother.

And this I dont know how it came to be.. but I like it Smiley
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4  Mess Up into ...hooded thing? in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Lack_Luster on: September 21, 2006 07:16:18 PM
I tried to make a hoodie and forgot that the pattern I was using was for STRETCHYness and my fabric was non stretch. So it was to small Sad

BUT I had already made pockets on it! POCKETS! I was so proud! I couldnt scrap it Sad

So after much debate, sewing random things to it, ripping them off, running out of fabric and finding a substitute I came up with this thing.

Anyone else who asks I will be forced to say:

"Well I always hated how when I bought a new shirt I have to cover it with a sweater and cant show it off. So I made this to be warm and show off my foul shirts."

Thats my story, Im stickin to it.

So do you guys think I fixed it or does it look insane?
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5  Holy !! I actually Made something!! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Lack_Luster on: September 07, 2006 08:01:45 PM
So I randomly decided to buy a sewing machine... and after finding this great forum I felt daring enough to try to make something.

Im not going to post that something... didnt work out to hot, BUT after a couple practice runs on random tshirts I made this!

I tried to make another one but I made it to small because I didnt take into account the nonstretchyness of the fabric I was using.

Any sugestions on how to fix a too small shirt hood thing?
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