Little hair pins. I wish I knew I could do this with a bobbypin in Year 9.
This is my newest addition to my growing Etsy family. I had the design for this one in my head for a while and purchased the tulle for it a few weeks ago. I had a feeling that it would end up looking shite. One of those times where the idea in your head looks fantastic, but when you make it, it looks rotten beyond compare. This ended up getting better with time, but the red/white lace trim I got from my local op-shop sealed the deal. It's not a bag I could use, as it would end up looking grey before I step out the door, but I know there are people out there who are not grubby and keep everything pristine.
Posted by Able and Game at Sunday, August 27, 2006
No, it's not weetbix, or fruitloops, or the variety pack. It is a young fathers worst nightmare circa 1992. This t-shirt was designed by the beautiful model Gareth last year for a threadless submission. It was rejected for obvious reasons but now thanks to modern technology it is here today. It is fresh off the press so smells like headaches and needs another layer of bread colouring as it ended up a little two tone due to a crease in the newspaper underneath.
I have promised him a printed top for almost a year (probably longer) and the day has finally come.
Posted by Able and Game at Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Posted by Able and Game at Sunday, August 20, 2006
Posted by Able and Game at Monday, August 07, 2006
This is my new wildebeest creation. I made one last night but the zip part was bent. I decided I would keep it and make another one tonight, which is this one:
Posted by Able and Game at Tuesday, August 01, 2006
Using drawing fluid and screen filler to make a permanent screen