Blog. Did you ever have to build a diorama for a school project?
In 5th grade we had to enter the Science Fair and my project was the Solar System. You know, back when Pluto was a planet.Those were the days, but I digress. Ever since then I have been fascinated with dioramas. This year's Christmas gifts (pudgy post) Last year for Christmas, I made Gir, a Triforce pillow, scarf and hat set for my mom, hats for my boyfriends nieces and nephew, and a penguin and dragon for my cousins.
This year, I held back from making so much because I've been having problems with my wrist. Here's this years haul: The crowning glory of this year's gifts- the Cthulhu ski mask. Wire Wrapped Tree Of Life Ornament. Why do you wear that stupid bunny suit? - Frank from Donnie Darko - CRAFTSTER CRAFT CHALLENGES. I've wanted to be Frank the Bunny for a long time, and finally decided to go as him for Halloween 2010.
The mask and the claws were sculpted out of claw, molded in silicone, and finally cast in resin. It was just my second time working with those materials, so there were some bumps along the way! A lot of sanding, dremelling and hot-glue-gunning action were going on! The mask and claws were spray painted, with details added in acrylics. The fur suit was based on Simplicity pattern 2853 with some modifications. Now for some progress and completed photos! Setting up my armature (using a lifecast of my head from a past Hallowe'en costume project). Finished sculpting the head. I brushed on silicone to make a mold of the sculpted head, and once that dried, I made a mothermold out of ultra cal (to keep the silicone in place when you pour resin into it). .
And the finished mask! Claws were made just like the mask! The claws were glued to the tops of the fingers. Do you believe in time travel?
Handgjordasaker.se - Köp och sälj allt handgjort! Smart. Grand Piano Pillow (with tutorial) (Warning: picture overload) Last month was my boyfriend's birthday.
A perfect gift for him would have been a Yamaha C3 grand piano, but I'm afraid that as a gift it isn't exactly affordable, so I had to think about something else. Since he gave me a brand new sewing machine last Christmas (did I mentioned? HE ROCKS ) I decided to make him something with it. So here's the obvious result: a grand piano pillow!
Of course, the first thing he noticed was the number of keys: wrong, I-just-don't-want-to-know-how-many-keys-I-sewed vs 88. Detail of the keys of doom - they took forever! Aaaaand surprise!! Can you see it?! ). Two more pictures just because I love it: Hope you like it, thanks for looking! Crafty Chic: Pillowcases. "By luck, I stumbled upon your site, and of course I wanted to try it out.
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