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really awesome I love how it came together HPrince

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Just a little update.. I finished the first shoe and I just couldn't resist a couple more studs... so I studded another shoe. It's really old and beat up, so this is like a second life!





My "Rollerlad" is really heavy now! Like three times its initial weight! Now I'll give my fingers a day's rest and tomorrow I'll stud the other shoe and I'll post the result, and maybe some modeling pictures! Stay tuned!

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Wow I'm so inspired by everyone! I'm a college student and I really want make some few pieces. Does anyone have any sewing machine suggestions I can get thats inexpensive but gets the job done?

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^They look great, I thought about doing it awhile back... maybe I will, on second thought. I've been going stud crazy lately.

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Woooooooow!
They look amazing! great job!!

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i'm not entirely sure this belongs here but...

i have a polo shirt that is kinda lavender in color. what color would be good to dye it to? navy? a proper, deep purple? i don't want it black.

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Deep purple would be nice!

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i been thinking about a true navy, since the lavender in the fabric might shine through and give it a slight purple sheen... but i've never overdyed lavender before

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Hi people!
I'm here to ask you a favour: i want a book clutch similar to Olympia Le-Tan book clutch, so I ask you if someone of you know how to do it, please tell me; i will apreciate it so much!

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Just a little update.. I finished the first shoe and I just couldn't resist a couple more studs... so I studded another shoe. It's really old and beat up, so this is like a second life!





My "Rollerlad" is really heavy now! Like three times its initial weight! Now I'll give my fingers a day's rest and tomorrow I'll stud the other shoe and I'll post the result, and maybe some modeling pictures! Stay tuned!
OH MY GOD! THOSE ARE TOTALLY AMAZING!! great job!

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the spiked shoes look cool but... are they comfortable? i believe you'd feel the studs when you wear the shoes, no?

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Hi people!
I'm here to ask you a favour: i want a book clutch similar to Olympia Le-Tan book clutch, so I ask you if someone of you know how to do it, please tell me; i will apreciate it so much!

I leave a photo:


Thanks in advance!!!
I have been wanting to do one of these for a while too. I think I'm gonna take a crack at it, so I'll let you know how it goes.


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I think the hardest part will actually be the clasp.

Andrea.RL, don't quote pictures or the mods will get ferocious!

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the one on the right is cool.
(oops, sorry I didnt even realize I did.... :s)

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RAWR!!!......


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*not exactly ferocious...nothing to be afraid of!...
just don't do it again!
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I have been wanting to do one of these for a while too. I think I'm gonna take a crack at it, so I'll let you know how it goes.


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I think the hardest part will actually be the clasp.

Andrea.RL, don't quote pictures or the mods will get ferocious!
Interesting... the hardest part may be reproducing the book cover but as per the box raw material I know in the home section places like TJ Maxx and Marshall have jewelry/storage boxes that look exactly like those in your pics

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