I’ve been meaning to revamp some of my clothes for a while. When your low on funds and you can’t just run out and buy cooler clothes you have to get creative. So I was looking at my jeans and thinking about how I could make them more awesome. I had some black dye lying around so I figured, fuck it, I’ll dye a pair black. I’ve spent the last three days working of making a cool outfit out of the stuff I have on hand. This is what I came up with. I made a pair of my favorite fitting jeans into some awesome black skinny jeans that are super comfy as well as flattering. Viola, from old and busted to new hotness!
Then I had this ugly dress shirt I got at a thrift store years ago when I was a corporate flunky. I always liked the fabric and the cuffs but the shirt itself was just ill fitting no matter what I did to it. Best solution was to just cut it up. So I cut my favorite parts of the shirt and turned them into need “cuff” bracelets and a “collar” choker. A while ago I stumbled upon a tutorial on Thread Banger on how to make spats, I bookmarked it because I knew one day I would want to try to make a pair. Since I had extra fabric from the shirt I decided to try the spats. I added some pyramid studs for extra pazazz to complete the look. From Corporate bitch, to Steam Punk aristocrat!
I was wondering around on Etsy when i came accross these cute little keys. All different sizes and shapes I just had to have them. Since I’m venture slowing into the world BJD clothes I thought these keys would be perfect for accessorizing they’re tiny clothes. Also some of then are bigger and can be uded in necklaces and purses. They are so cute!
I took pictures of all of them and then closer ones of the left side, middle, and right side. I also used a penny as size refference to give you an idea of what size they are.
Was feeling really productive yesterday after weeks of not being in the mood to even look at my sewing machine. I finished a clutch that I started two weeks ago and made two new chokers. Here is the second choker I made. I used a gorgeous mettalic teal colored vinyl. I love this fabric and the single yard I purchased over 5 years ago is still going strong. This will also be up on my Etsy store
My latest creation that I just made today. I love this fabric so much it inspired me to make this awesome coker! I purchased these awesome metal pyramid studs about a month ago and have been dying to use them. Here it is WolfChild Design’s first coker! Hope you enjoy it! It’s currently up for sale on my Etsy site!
This is a jeweled broch I made for my friend Mara’s birthday. Made from glass stones and jewelry wire. Wasn’t too hard and the supplies were on hand. I’d never done this kind of thing before and I really like the way it came out. It only took me about an hour. The inspiration came from Mara herself, I thought of her and how she is and these jewels came to mind.
Here is the necklace and bracelet for the “Olette” costume I made from the video game “Kindom Hearts 2”. The necklace is just a silver chain with a blue transparent glass stone glue to it. The bracelet was made from white clay that I shaped by hand into small beads then painted turquoise and glazed them for shine.
This is a bracelet made from a larger coker necklace that had broken. All the beads fell off so I decided to make it into a bracelet instead. I used the beads from the necklace and changed the design and order of the beads, and used elastic string instead of regular thread so that I didn’t need a clasp. I can just slip it on and off.
This bracelet was my first project working with clay to make beads. The clay came in various colors and then I painted the designs on them with regular acrylic paint. I used elastic string to finish that way it was easy to put on and take off. Also with the elastic string it was water resistant.
I myself am pagan so when my pentagram necklace broke I decided to get a little creative and make a new one. This is the bracelet and necklece set I made a back in 2005 with two pentagram charms and some beads.