Fist off, I apologize for being so lame with updating in the past month! The holiday season over at the shop has been crazy, and I've pretty much been packing orders all day while trying to juggle school and my part-time job, so I've had no time for DA! I probably won't really be around again until the new year.
Anyway though, check out these new and totally gorgeous bento lunch boxes for sale on the site! Ready for lunch on the go? Box can hold most foods. Includes two containers, a pair of adorable pink chopsticks, a divider to split the box in half so it can hold different types of food, and an elastic band to hold it all together. Dimensions: 5.5"x2"x2
Stock is VERY limited, so if you're interested, order now! Order by Friday to receive your box by Christmas. ---> [link]
EDIT: I can't believe these sold out so fast! Sorry guys, they are all gone. I'll try to have more soon, but probably not for at least another month.
Here are one of My designs that are current from what I have been designing for them ! Sadly shoes are quicker to produce then fabric OTL||| BodyLine has finished and has sold for awhile now; I just finally had the chance to post this on my new account !
For those who do not know me from my other account This design was drawn in July 2009 (You might recall my design from my other account.) So far production rate is unknown for the jsk! It has been printing, but I have not received any update.
PLEASE NOTE: I do not allow any use of my designs.
The second of three: as done in women’s clothing.
The Ghost of Christmas Present has always echoed richness and fullness, bounty and joy. In the original text Present is a “jolly giant,” most often a laughing, bearded man in robes. But I have taken some liberties on that description here.
Present is about the life and action that is Christmas, the spirit of it, and the goodness it stands for.
As I’m taking the original time of the story’s conception as “now,” Present would be garbed in raiment that would be commonplace around the 1840s. Some details are not necessarily historically accurate, but the general shaping is: full skirt, tiny waist, puff sleeves, etc. Fur and green just embody Present, but the red accents feel like festivity. This would be all rich cloth, probably velvet, with trim; echoing the wealth that belongs to everyone when it’s Christmastime, whether this is money or simply the richness of family and love.