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A new design.

Super thanks to :iconcrazed-fangirl: and :iconsr388: for the mannequin!

Edit: Super thanks to :iconrdevill: for suggesting and :iconpurpelblur: for DD'ing this. A year and a half later, this is still one of my favorite designs. :)

Edit 2: The initial tying took about 2 hours to work out, and 30-40 minutes to tie the final version. It laces up just like a real corset, and is quite comfortable to wear.
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Twined copper wire.
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Selling: $2.50 + shipping

6.5 inches long
Colors used were magenta and orange

Note: I can no longer find anymore MLP loom charms in my local craft stores and the ones online are insanely over priced. Due to that, once these are sold, I will not be making anymore bracelets with MLP charms.
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A Halloween Wreath made from cardboard, twigs, grapevine, tool, spray paint and ribbon.
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The alders in the front line
Began the affray.
Willow and rowan tree
Were tardy in array.

~Part of Achren's riddle

My very first attempt in my life at weaving something.
I've never really kept myself busy with weaving stuff, be it straw, fabric, wool, or wood. I tried wire wrapping a few times, but it wasn't really my cup of tea either and I always ended up ragequitting.
I first wanted to make a basket, but although I found a tutorial with pictures and everything, I thought it was too complicated for a first try, so I decided to improvise something of my own.
This mask is fully improvised, and didn't require any planning ahead or designing before I started.

It is made out of weeping willow twigs, as I know some people who recently cut one down. I figured they wouldn't mind if I took some of the small twigs, they only use the bigger parts for firewood anyway.

Luckily, I'm not allergic to pollen. If I was, I would've died. There were pollen EVERYWHERE, covering everything around me. Man, it was a mess.
Though I'm not even in the least bit allergic to pollen, even my eyes were itching and my throat hurt after a while, which is saying something. (I felt like I was going to get a dust lung with all of those mini pieces of wood dust, tree bark and pollen flying around.xD)

The picture in the upper right corner is a close-up of the nose by the way, as you couldn't see it that well in the other pictures.

I worked an hour or 18 on this spread over 2 days, usually at night up until 3 or 4 AM as I don't have enough time to work on anything during the day.

It's a great wallhanger, and a reminder of one of my favorite trees. it can be worn, though it's not all that comfortable. Most certainly not if you're allergic to pollen or suffer from hay fever.:p
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