Before I get started with new crafts on this blog, I figured I would introduce you all to my crafty style with my crafts of the past.
If you notice, this zombie bear enjoys eating his own intestines. He has a magnet in his mouth and at the end of the intestine so it stays in place. The only stuffing in the bear's stomach is the intestine.
Fuzzy Totoro shirt
Totoro is the huge, loveable character in Studio Ghibli's "My Neighbor Totoro." He's pretty famous.
I decided to make my own fuzzy Totoro shirt using felt. The original shirt actually had a giant rooster on it (I was amused by the many jokes that could come from the shirt) but now the rooster is hidden behind the fuzzy Totoro.
Tutorial Here: Totoro T-Shirt
8-Bit Yoshi Blanket
If you do know Yoshi, then you like this blanket, don't you? You want one, right?
It's easy to make, just time consuming. The process requires sewing together tiny squares so it looks like an 8-bit video game. It's the boredom that will kill you.
Tutorial Here: 8-Bit Video Game Blanket
Corset tank top
Next, I want to make lace-up corset jeans! Just wait, there will be a tutorial on this blog some day!
Tutorial Here: Corset Tank Top
Mirror Mirror Nevermore
I found this amazing cut-out craft design from this neat website where this artist made a skull a day for a year, or something.
Check it out, if you want, it's pretty neat: Skull-a-day
I decided to cut out the Nevermore design using heavy card stock instead of paper, and then gluing it to a mirror so it stood out. It looks so awesome!
That's it for my crafts of the past, but just for now. I have a few more to share with you later!