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1  Putting an image on a stainless steel flask in Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Discussion and Questions by Mibismogger on: December 15, 2011 02:08:56 PM
So my friends birthday is coming up in a few months and I would love more than anything to give him a Cthulhu flask. I was originally going to get a flask engraved to have the picture on it (I already have the flask, it's stainless steel) but according to my engravers it would run me about $50 just to get the image into their computers and then another hundred or so for engraving and I'm poor. I know I could just put a sticker or something on there, but it would eventually wear away and would only look cool for a week or two. I want something as permanent as possible, color isnt completely necessary but it would be nice. I have till March to make this a reality, any suggestions would be really appreciated.
* Edit to remove image link that wasn't working *

Ia ia, much love Dearies
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2  Forktopus necklace in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Mibismogger on: October 13, 2011 12:27:23 PM
I was out shopping yesterday and saw a necklace made out of a fork. So, instead of spend $14.95, I got a fork out of the kitchen, bent it up with jewelry tools and wire cutters, glued on eyes and added a length of hemp for a chain.

Let me know what you think  Cheesy
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3  Ideas for personalizing a trench coat (a very colorful plead for help) in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Mibismogger on: November 19, 2010 06:51:15 PM

Okay so I have this trench coat


And if you dont want to look at the link
Jacket Description:

*Floor Length
*Black, silver eyelet accents
*Corset laces on the sleeves, about 2 inches from the elbow to the wrist and on the back
*Some sort of stretchy denim like fabric
*Zips up the front, from about 5 inches below the waist to about 3 inches below the collarbone, no zipper pull
*Slight wear at the hem
*Eyelet design on the waist
I got it for my birthday a bit over a year ago, and much as I love it I think it needs a bit of a change. So far I've changed all the laces to have purple ribbon, and added some decorative red thread to the collar along with a patch that says "zombie" on the left elbow to cover a hole. I'm open to pretty much any suggestions and am willing to do pretty much anything to it. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

I already have a sewing machine and about a million colors of fabric, a few patches, all that's necessary for knitting, crocheting and embroydery, beads, clay, buttons, skies the limit I just need ideas

Thanks a million
<3 Lasha
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4  HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions by Mibismogger on: November 15, 2009 12:04:08 AM
I'm in a serious panic right now, my fiance didnt have much money when he proposed but he got me a ring all the same. Its not that fancy but I still love it, and the rock (not a diamond thank god) just fell out. I just spent the last hour crawling across the floor in search of it but I have no idea where it went.

So first off I need to know what to do to find a decent replacement (it was some pearly stuff before that I think may of been mother of pearl and was a small, flat oval)

And second, I cant afford to go to a jewlery repair place, so how do I fix it on my own. It looks like it was held in place with some sort of glue the first time around. The band is silver and there is an indentation for the rock to sit in.

here are a few horrible web cam pictures I just took. Now if I can get any advice I'll be eternally grateful
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5  Re: Coraline Rd 2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Mibismogger on: October 05, 2009 03:38:51 PM
first off, this is the amazing packaging that Shelina did. We both love Slugzilla  Grin

I just found the box she chose funny, I'm a vegetarian


The cat is my favorite character in Coraline, I havent put it together yet, but I love it and the art looks so beautiful

all of the little squares have coraline pictures on them, I have no idea how she got them on there

I seriously cannot believe I got something this cool, the coat comes off and everything, and she's got a skull bow hair clip I'm in love with

this is a chalk board journal, pretty neat eh?

words cannot describe my love for this, its a pin cushion and it has button pins  Grin

and finally a cute little key

I just have a webcam so sorry the pictures arent ideal, but I am very very happy. Oh and the bottom of the box was covered in taffy. I've also never encountered so much tape in a package. THANKS SHELINA!!!
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6  Re: Coraline Rd 2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Mibismogger on: September 21, 2009 03:17:36 PM
Here are some teaser pictures of what I've made so far for Shelina, I've got one more project that I have the fabric cut for and just need to sew and another that I just have one more thing to do on (thats really small, just fun to make) Grin

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7  Re: Coraline Rd 2 (send by Oct 5th, 2009) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Mibismogger on: September 09, 2009 10:13:14 PM
I just cant help but show off. This isnt my favorite thing I've made so far, but its adorable. I just took this picture with my webcam so its darker than it is in real life.

The heart is a stuffed animal for the stuffed animal, I think it adds a little something extra  Grin

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8  Re: Mayhem outfit in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Mibismogger on: June 07, 2009 06:01:36 PM
Why dont you try a gothic lolita look Black, frills, all fun and very pretty, lolita styles are frequently pink too. There are quite a few tutorials on here and you can wear top hats without feeling weird. Or strawberry goth, I cant find any specific pictures of it on photobucket, but it's basically goth style clothing, corsets and such, only pink. Or if you want to do something simpler you can just take a black tee shirt and stencil on the heart from eat me drink me. http://fieyasan.deviantart.com/art/Gothic-Alien-Pink-Version-87775222?offset=20

I cant imagine that there wont be anyone there dressed like you normally do, I dont think the more self rightous of the goths will give you too much trouble. Even if they do they'll probably get bored after 15 minutes or so.
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9  Re: Gothic trench in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by Mibismogger on: June 07, 2009 12:32:45 PM
I love the matrix coat idea, I'm also really fond of the coat Jillian made in Project runway or something like the coats from hottopic like this: only without the chains or anything.
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10  Anybody drink venom energy drinks? in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions by Mibismogger on: April 03, 2009 05:25:35 PM
I have a few bottles of venom energy drinks

I love unique purses, like a lot, I'm making one out of a medical book, another out of an old radio, neck ties, candy wrappers, but I'm not sure how exactly to use the bottles as the metal is fairly thick. I dont know what sort of tool to cut it with or anything. I just want it to lay flat basically, I'm not too sure what to do after that but I think I can manage.

I'd be really happy to get some help/input
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