Step 1: Mount the head on the tip of a silk pinStep 2: Paint the face using the end of another silk pinStep 3: Wait for it to dry. You can pass the time by doing 10 pirouettes or raping 5 songsStep 4: Dismount the head and praise yourself that you’ve done a great job and deserve some more rewards so get out to show and annoy all your friends, neighbours and neighbours’ dogs. CLICK HERE to watch the process video
LET’S DO IT! In a heartbeat, Blueberry jam you can eat, Blue butterfly you may Tweet, Blue whale you will meet, And a blue lungwort shall you keep. CLICK HERE to browse the jewelry
"Dude whatcha doin'?" "Juggling between kage bunshin no jutsu and making something for Giraffe-kun." Since my pet dog Giraffe-kun has been a good boi, I made a simple collar for him using felt, cotton threads, ribbon, and a button. I forgot the spelling of 'giraffe' and almost sewed 'girraffee'. Phew...that's a close shave! P.S. I'm loving my gold @ouraring because other than tracking my health, I can spam-punch people in the face while chanting "ora ora ora!" It's waterproof too, so I can pretend to swim like an Olympic athlete in the bathtub. CLICK HERE to view the process video
Oh yeah gimme 5, this is how you make Memetchi of Tamagotchi in five steps: 1) Make the head 2) Glue it to the body 3) Join the limbs 4) Attach the hair 5) Draw the sparkles CLICK HERE to watch the IGTV
Hey friends, what have you been up to? Apart from pretending to be a private investigator [which means I'm not one], here's the process + tutorial + update of my recent Even Tinier project. After sewing these tiny felt figurines, fabric paint is used to glue them onto these pearl half-beads. To attach the earring findings, gold leaves, and rhinestones, UV resin is used for a clear appearance.