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I made a creepy doll as well for this halloween, not qiute as intricate as yours .. three steps only .. i started with spraying super cheap doll with two coats of white car paint then painted some holes and cracks with black acrylic paint using skewer and finally sprayed it with a protective layerthe doll is laughing when you push her back which makes it even more creepy and Im so looking forward to terrifying loads of kids this year :D
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Awesome DIY, thank a million, already have another one queued in a printer and here is the one a made, I timed myself .. scratching, cutting and taping it all together took 5 hours and 36 minutes :) (be careful when you make your unicorn - there are four ears in the .pdf file :) i skipped those which are on a same page as the horn)
Awesome DIY, thank a million, already have another one queued in a printer and here is one a made, I timed myself .. scratching, cutting and taping it all together took me 5 hours and 36 minutes :) (there are four ears in the .pdf file :))one thing though, you have ears twice in you pdf file
as someone who doest like ironing I find this study very interesting :) ironing however does have one important quality - the heat kills off bacteria, you should for example always iron bed linens and dishcloths, at least that what my gradma says. From a logical point of view, if you use high temp programme all the bacteria will die as well and you save yourself an hour or so. In times when irons were made of metal and people heated them up on stoves clean and pressed clothes was a pride for women and a show of social standing for everyone. Maybe we still carry some of that around and that’s why people iron.
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