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American Vogue Checking Out client: American Vogue source: vogue.com published: April 2012 In this picture: Kate Moss Other people in this editorial:
Since the late 1990′s style steampunk is becoming more and more popular, and not only in the literature. Various modern utilitarian objects have been modded by enthusiasts into a pseudo-Victorian mechanical “steampunk” style. And often this stylization gives very unexpected results. Like, for example, art works of american sculptor Mike Libby. His studio Insect Lab make robots from dried insects. Insects for his works come from around the world, from Africa, China, New Guinea, Brazil, Texas, etc.
Perhaps I should begin this post by introducing you to my mom, also known as Her Ladyship Craftiness…er, Her Royal Craftiness? I’m still working on the title. Regardless, she’s the coolest, most creative and talented woman I know. She can make pretty much anything. At least once during high school, I borrowed a friend’s purse, brought it home to Mom, and she whipped one up just like it for me.
I posted this tutorial a few years ago and it has become somewhat of a tradition to bring it back every year! One of our family Easter traditions is dying eggs with pieces of silk. I saw a cute lady show Martha how to do it a few years ago and I ran upstairs right then to steal a tie!
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Hey guys. Let's talk about pillows! I'm done purchasing major furniture for our new space (for now... heh) and so I've moved onto collecting accessories and accent pieces. I'm not gonna lie... I think I actually agonize more over the small stuff than the major pieces.
I must confess, I've often passed by the fabric markers in the craft store thinking they were for kiddos. But one day I decided to give them a chance and picked up a pack. I'm so glad I did! These markers are really fun to work with and the best part is, after 24 hours of dry time they are permanent and machine washable! 1.