fuckinmajestic asked: i think it would be very cool if you sold customizable coupons like the one you made for your boyfriend (congrats by the way ;D) or make a tutorial.
- That’s a really good idea, but I’m afraid I don’t have the time to make custom ones sorry! (I think mine took around 6 hours.) ^^; But even though it was time consuming, it’s super easy to make your own! All I did was cut out my coupon from a couple layers of fabric, embroidered some of it with sewing thread and then painted the rest. Here’s a link to the Craftzine embroidery archives for tips and ideas~
compulsions asked: I might have squeeked a bit when I saw that you were following me *-* You are such a great source of inspiration!
- Aww, thank you so much! I love the photos you post, they are quite inspiring~
Anonymous asked: Where do you go thrifting??? I can never find stuff as cheap as you do!!
- My favorites are usually Salvation Army thrift stores, but honestly even some of those can be range from really expensive to cheap. You just have to go to a bunch of different stores until you find one with affordable prices. :] Also, I tend not to buy anything too expensive, even at my favorite stores. That’s why all the thrifted items I post are so cheap. ;p
Anonymous asked: your boyfriend is super cute!
- I think so too. c: (Though I must admit I made sure he didn’t send me this anonymously before I ansewered it. ;p )
Anonymous asked: hey :) can you maybe do a tutorial on how to sew bodysuits? and one on screenprinting (i want to try but i don’t know what glue or paint to use)? thanks ^_^
- Ughh I’ve been meaning to do a bodysuit tutorial for a really long time, and it still may be awhile before I get the time to make one. :o But here is a screenprinting Instructable I’ve been recommending to people. It’s the most cost-efficient way that teaches you the basics really nicely. :]
thisfeelsalright asked: Please please please make a tutorial on the bow-tie bandeau top! lots of love x
- If I can dig up the pattern I made I’ll try and post it sometime!
dead-c00l asked: Do you have any tips for making your own dress patterns? please and thank you! :)
- If you’re just starting out, a nice way to learn is to buy a simple dress pattern and practice altering it to be something else (maybe to match a picture of a dress you are trying to copy). After you are comfortable with that, you can learn to make patterns from scratch using a book that teaches pattern drafting. :]
nextbestthingtome asked: not sure why tumblr won’t let me ask this from my side account… but your blog inspired me to go out and be creative, so i painted my vacuum haha. heyitsforever.tumblr.com/post/17532632271/robot-vacuum-dressed-up-as-peppermint-butler-from
- Hahahah, it’s so cutee I love it! ;p
mallyandcaffeine asked: Do you think you could do some DIY rave gear? You’re REALLY talented and the stud bra that you made was pretty good too! Or if you just made them and put them in your etsy shop? (:
- Aw thank you! I wish I had the time, but with school and my etsy shop I don’t think I’d be able to get into rave gear. :]
strigoiaca asked: Hey, i just saw that you posted about a 50’s style dress, would you happen to know any places i could find a good 40’s style dress pattern? Thank you <3
- Both Vogue and Simplicity sell 40s style dress patterns (best to buy them in fabric stores during sales). :] You can also search for 40s dress patterns on etsy under “Supplies.”