“Zombie Head,” carved polyethylene foam, yarn, acrylic paint, cardboard, cotton fabric, and a knife.
Hello everybody! My name is Cristina, 24, Italian, IT student. I’m entering a handmade contest. It could be my chance to have a sale contract with L’Alchimista - Alternative Shop. I really care about this opportunity, but I need your help!
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Nicole Alger is a master artist of contemporary realism art. She offers custom oil paintings as well as a broad range of gallery and commissioned work.
Want to help out endangered animals? And get your self a original, signed ink illustration? 50% of the profit from this item will go the charity the Worldwide Wildlife Fund to help them with there work conserving this worlds wildlife
i just love easter candy! i made this little felt peep bunny and am planning on making a million more to fill up my family’s easter baskets. you can find the full tutorial and a free pdf pattern on my blog michaelannmade.com. happy easter!
Matching Bunny and Bear Twins!
We crocheted these little guys from 100% Wool and stuffed them with polyfill. We think they came out adorably ♥
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So I reverse tie-dyed this shirt with bleach and cut holes in it to look like a skull. Not perfect but it was my first try!
Leptons, quarks and force carriers are stitched in French knots (tiny loops of string, get it?) and the pieces are joined with buttonhole stitch.
Of course inspired by this:
It took me over a year to finish (I left the project for months on end a couple of times.)
The toughest part of the whole project was trying not to lose the will to live while making hundreds and hundreds of French knots all in the same colour.
I hope you like it!
From “The Office” character Andy Bernard(Ed Helms)