So far I keep my resolutions up and have read more than my minimum of two books this month. Also, I wrote this post, and with minor delay, I represent to you everything I finished in February! I’ll keep it short and spoiler-free as always. Please read on and feel free to share you opinions and reccomendations with me! 🙂
I didn’t make too many New Year’s resolutions for 2015, but one of them is to wirte a [Finished] post every month. Another one is to read at least two books every month. I used to read mostly comicbooks to keep up with all the series I’m following, which led to the neglect of real reading. So I decided to not pressure myself any longer to keep up with everything and just read whatever I am in the mood for. I will try my best to stick to these two resolutions, so let’s see how it turns out. 😉
Apparently, I haven’t made enough Star Wars-themed crafts already. And of course I really had to modify another piece of IKEA furniture, to display my Star Wars merchandise in a proper way. So I painted the inside of an older showcase with a galaxy background. Conitnue reading to see the showcase and my favorite pieces of merchandise. 🙂
Yay, this might be the first time I’m not incredibly late with my [Finished] article! 😀 Again, for September it’s the same procedure as every month. I’ll give you a short & spoiler-free recap of all the books, comics and TV shows I have finished. The little heart marks my favorite ❤ in each category. Another new thing I’ll use from now on are these little headphones ☊ in the books-section for all the audio-books I’ve heard. Enough of the jabbering, enjoy! 🙂
About a year ago, I made this warm and comfy Ewok-inspired scoodie (scarf-hoodie), but I have just now come around to take some pictures with it. However, the timing is perfect, because I feel fall is just around the corner, and what better time is there, to build some traps against stormtroopers? Maybe you should make your own scoodie (it’s easy, trust me), so we can all celebrate Yub Nub together? 😉
Now that you know how to paint monochromatic motifs on your shirt, as I have explained in my last tutorial, it’s time we step it up a notch. Today I want to show you, how to apply images that need more than one color.
So if you want to know how I made this Dr. Living Dead T-Shirt for my boyfriend, using multiple layers of fabric paint, you should continue reading. 🙂
Are you dissatisfied with the choice of shirts of your favourite band? Are you female and sad, because most artists cater their clothing towards men? Is your taste in music so insanely obscure (and therefore trve), that your favourite band doesn’t even sell merchandise? Or did you ever think “why the hell isn’t this on a T-shirt?”?
Do not fear, because I am about to share some magic with you, that can solve all of these problems and make your textile dreams come true! Aka: How to use fabric paint 101. 😉