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Scenes from the Simpsons painted on high-tops.
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Here they are all together - America's favorite family as they appeared in the 1991 arcade game, made out of Perler beads. All told, this was a pretty big project!
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Available on/Erhältlich auf DaWanda: [link]
or/oder Etsy: [link]
All sizes available! / Alle Größen erhältlich!

Victorian bustle drape worn over a bustle (bustle NOT included).
Base materials: Black cotton, strengthened waistband closed with a button, nested with loops of satin ribbon.

Viktorianischer Überrock getragen über einer Tournüre.
Grundmaterial: Schwarzer Baumwollstoff, verstärkter Bund verschlossen mit einem Knopf, gerafft mit Schlaufen aus Satinband (Tournüre ist NICHT inklusive).

Here's the back view:
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Here's the third in my series of Simpsons characters from the 1991 arcade game. Homer looks very pleased that he's about to go "bowling." Aren't beat-em-ups fun?

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Made from Perler beads. Check out my profile for more.
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Say hello to Angelica, the Love robot!!!!

Enjoy!

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**For sale here: [link]

*If you'd like to buy a piece like this one, please just let me know I'll be glad to make one for you - send me a note *
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This has been won by someone ^^

go here for more things like it: [link]
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For sale on my etsy!!! :D [link] EDIT:// Sold! :D

Original Title is original!

So, I mentioned a while back in one of my journals that I had A SHART TON of fabric that I needed to make stuff out of and sell. This is the lovechild of some of that fabric. Just the tippy top of the iceberg. Goodness.

This weekend, instead of working on other stuff like I should have been, I drafted this pattern and made this skirt! It is steampunk and burlesque inspired. It features an interesting multiple blues satin fabric that has black tulle over the top of it, and just regular black shiny fabric that I really have no name for other than a recycled curtain haha. (I can be creative when I want!) It is a full skirt that opens in the front and has 3 layers of bustle ruffles, and LOTS of volume. I wanted the edges to be rough (except for the full skirt layer bottom- too high traffic of an area for that) and just zig-zagged the seams to finish them. I really love the effect it created. I wish you could see it better! The waist size of this is 35-36 inches (it has some leeway) and the length of the skirt beginning at the bottom of the waistband is 18 inches. It closes with two buttons and two hook-and-eye clasps on the inside. There is minimal overlap of the skirt layer; it was meant to show some leg! ;)

My sewing machine temporarily hated me after making this. But then he loved me again, and all was well in the world.

This is for sale! if you are interested, please note me! Price range will probably be around $30-40; I don't mind quibbling over the price. If you like what you see but want a different color or a slightly different style, I do take commissions! :) Quotes are always free, as is friendly chats and advice! For sale on my etsy!!! :D [link] Sold!!!
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Made this for my steampunk assassin costume. It looks like the clock hands are all rusted, but I actually bought them gold two days ago. The magic of inking.

velvet, gears, chain, clock hands, clock face
Check out my etsy to request this piece or something similar: [link]

~wear what you please
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This is Ace. He is the captain of a rocketeering squadron in the Air Cavalry.

I always wanted a big brother pony when I was a kid, and now I have one :) He used to be Daddy Apple Delight.

I used Acrylic paint, metal fittings from scrapbooking, hobby or hardware stores. Leather and faux leather, fake fur, striped vellum paper.

Not for sale, I will be making some to sell soon, but you don't want to know how much I'd charge for Ace. I hope he inspires you :)
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Ok, sorry for spamming with Steampunk pictures!! I promise I will post more drawing soon.

Anyways, here is another full view shot of my now complete outfit. :) More information about it on my blog : [link]

The Geek Market was a fantastic event!
The table next to SP Ottawa was a lady that sold MLP (g1 to g4)... I think one can easily guess where I spent all my money.
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