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Choosing, using and applying body paints
So it's only boiled for 20 minutes total? That doesn't seem like enough to cook it through? or is it?
a really grate how to guide ! plzz if you can add photos for how to do the hood that be grate since that was the hardest part of the hold thing
Tipsy Orange Marmalade - Crockpot
Jedi Robe, Generic
Cursed Midna, Twilight Princess
"Seamless" body suit
Upcycled Sweater/Fabric Coat
This is a great explanation of how to make these unique sweater coats! I've made several myself, in several different styles, and apparently I can't get enough because I'm contemplating making my 8th one. Here's the first one I ever made, which includes my own little tutorial on how to make these awesome coats: http://jenuinemom.com/2014/09/21/my-amazing-autumn-color-dreamcoat-a-journey-to-make-a-katwise-inspired-sweater-coat-for-under-50/
Matt the Radar Technician
Thanks for this. I too bought Katwise instructions and one of her coats but want to make my own. Over many many years of visiting thrift shops I literally have several drawers filled with cashmere sweaters. I knew one day they could have another life and I cant wait to use your very useful instructions which I find easier to follow than Katewises'. Her creations are stunning beautiful as she has the most amazing sense of color and texture. No-one can duplicate her unique brilliance but we can create our own masterpiece or at least try. After all beauty is in the eye of the beholder, right? Thanks again I will try an remember to post a picture.
Easy Gluten-Free Pizza
How to: Easy Halloween Prosthetics
Urethane Resin Casting a Joby Gorilla Pod Hotshoe Camera Mount - Reaction Injection Molding (RIM) Part:2
So, I'm 5'3", petite and need to cover my entire upper body.How much paint would I need, rounding up?
Muscadine fruit/wine jelly
Homemade Coffee Creamer
I don't understand why everyone wants to make this simple brewing system more complicated. To make it simpler and cheaper, just follow the lead of every other drip-brew coffee maker you've ever used: Buy some regular white coffee filters that cost a penny or two apiece.Lay one out and drop in a couple teaspoons of your fav brew. Pick it up as you gather the sides together and drop it into any generic Keurig K-cup holder that will conveniently hold it pressed down into it.When it's done, just hold the K-cup holder over the waste basket, give it a shake and gravity will make sure the rolled up grounds and filter fall out cleanly leaving no grounds of any sort. C'mon people, this machine is simply dispensing one cup per use, and nothing is preventing you from using the old filters or causing you to make the process more expensive or difficult than before. This is about as simple and easy as it will ever be (unless you can get someone else to do it for you) and it works every time. The primary disadvantage of a lot of the ideas posted on here and elsewhere is that they can actually mess up your expensive machine and possibly cause some minor health issues by allowing grounds to go back up into the top of the machine where they sit, collecting bacteria, effecting the flavor of the brew and reducing the flow of water. Even the K-cups that you purchase from Keurig can add to this problem because there is no filter keeping them from being drawn up into the tubing. This is caused by the fact that as the needle is resting in coffee and floating grounds just before the water stops being pumped into the K-cup. When the pump stops, there is a natural occurrence of a vacuum as the water draws back up into the tubing. Of course, any grounds that are floating in the coffee near the needle are sucked back into the tubing also.This is a problem that wasn't addressed by the engineers who designed the Keurigs, and I think it should have been addressed well before now, probably by a good ol' law suit. Maybe someone can make an instructable for filing a class action suite? (By the way, why does the spellchecker for this site give an error for the name of the site? Can't you just add it to the spellchecker for future reference? I mean, you seem to have spent extra time to add the fancy text enhancement feature, so why not rectify this minor, but annoying detail?)
Hey I am taking part in Streak for tigers in London Zoo on 11th August 2016.Last time I applied body paint all over but it took to long and I nearly missed the start of the streak. Is it possible to apply the body paint first, Wear clothes to go to the zoo then strip naked ? Will the paint rub off and be everywhere ? Any suggestions would be fantastic thanks :)
Make Rey's Staff - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Hi I just bought a cream body paint from Party city and I tried it on my hand but whenever I pass my brush or sponge to cover the color goes very light until i can't see it. What can I do? I've never used paint before...
i wish u would have done a step by step on the top it is adorable!!!
There are wigs on RebelsMarket too Wayyyy better quality than ebay.. for similar prices www.rebelsmarket.com/rebel-store/LollipopGumdrop
I go to church rummage sales and they often have fill a bag for 2 dollars the last 2 hours of the sale - same with a few local thrift shops . I see one of these in my future .
If anybody is still around to read this, please help! I really want to do a certain cosplay but it requires me to paint my body in a very light skin tone to match the mask. A major setback is that I am fairly dark skinned naturally and I need a paint that has very good coverage even when it is light in order for me to not have brown patches showing though. I would also like something water proof if possible because it will be on my hands. I tried Propaint and Wolfe hydrocolor in the past but it did not work and I looked molted and as if I rolled around in a pile of ashes. Please help! I am desperate!
I made some alterations but here it is! My friends had a Legend of Zelda wedding and I had to make the best costume I could! The suit was a Zentai suit with the pattern already on, and I used my own hair plus chalk dye with extensions instead of making hair due to time restraints (would not recommend on the chalk dye lol). I added one less layer for the ornamental piece, used epoxy to seal up the edges for extra strength, and used the model magic clay to fill in any gaps, as I added the extra rim in her crown rather than just put the top and bottom directly on top of each other. Could have never done this without the tutorial, especially as I've never cosplayed before! - AshleyE19
I can't download the reader, is there any other way to get it? - MelissaG53
If you can't get the file viewer from here I'm not sure how else you could get it :) http://www.tamasoft.co.jp/pepakura-en/ (NOTE! I ended up getting the actual program (a demo) and removed the parts I didn't need to save printer ink :) ) - AshleyE19
Make sure you download the reader from the website first! - AshleyE19
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