Directioner C: but it doesnt mean that i hate bieber. he’s pretty awesome :>
of course! sure, i dont mind. :)
helloosss…i read it : ) &its really good work. please continue! &wondering, when you write, can you make em loonggg cause i get bored and want an excuse to not do my homework :p &i loved it..awesome job. especially because most of the other fanfics have a billion spelling mistakes and it just doesnt make sense sometimes..so confusing:s so yeah good jobb:D
OMFG…THIS IS HILARIOUSS<3
LOOOL you’re welcome and im pretty sure it might’ve not appeared clearly for other followers because those 5 cuties are distracting us : )
OMG.. today i was at H&M @stc in scarborough canada
DAYUMM..i saw the cutest ramones tshirt and it looked like one of harry’s
of course i bought it
kinda ripped off but who cares :p
yees i read the beginning chapters.
i actually really like all of em :3
that sorta sounds corny but i seriously do! CONTINUEE.
im new to tumblr..so if you dont mind me asking..where do i go to see it? :$
OH AND THANKSS! : p wasnt sure if u got my msg/request thingy xD
LOOl no problem. : ) what are strangers for xD
It never would have occurred to me to score the design into the paper, then cut it out. Brilliant!
Last night my son invited me to watch a movie with him on Netflix. Being that we don’t have an internet connection to our TV (but he does) it meant watching it in his bedroom. Now for any of you who have never had a teenage or young adult boy living in your house, you may not be able to relate…
Turn evening wear into everyday flair with a tux redux. Reinventions of YSL’s famed Le Smoking jacket and dapper black-tie duds are having a major moment. A classic blazer is forever in style and always evolving. Since we’re all about staying on-trend by creating them, we dipped into our DIY drawers for our favorite fabric, cotton. This soft substance plants itself into the best textile fibers and threads known to man, and breathes new life into our wardrobe. This season, look to deliciously chic cotton to kick it up a notch. P.S. - The Fabric of Our Lives® makes so many DIY’s come to life!
Lay your blazer open on a flat surface. Trace the silhouette of the inside of the collar as well as inside lapel using a piece of tracing or parchment paper. Cut out the collar pattern and lapel. Be sure to factor in an extra 1/4 inch border around each piece for hemming purposes. Pin pattern directly onto a piece of black cotton sateen fabric and cut out two lapels and two collar pieces with fabric scissors. To create a clean and finished look, fold edges over using fabric glue to hem. Use fabric glue to adhere each piece in its appropriate place. Use your hands to smooth down and help set. Cut a piece of fabric that is approximately a 5 inch square. Size will depend on your preference of pocket square and size of area you have to work with. Fold back and glue the outside edge for a clean look. Gather by pinching and folding and stitch directly onto the blazer for a faux handkerchief look. Use corresponding color thread so thread is not noticeable. Lastly, swap original buttons for a metallic gold or your favorite luxe option and stitch on.
Get creative with your cotton color combinations and experiment by mixing patterns. It’s the perfect opportunity to re purpose, re-create and re-invent. P.S. - The Fabric of Our Lives® makes us come alive with DIY.
Dualism in Storytelling by Hiroko MatshushitaHiroko’s accordion fold book reflects the dualistic elements commonly explored within fairytales, such as good vs. evil and old vs. young. She then cleverly illustrated both sides of the long strip of paper with two versions of the same story- one with a happy ending, and the other with an unhappy one.
“The point is that these two stories are connected to each other through holes represented as windows and a mirror, reversing inside and outside, and giving the perspective of different points of view.”
An e-book version of the unhappy ending can be viewed here!
I am spending February writing poems for the pines,
about the moment of becoming shockwaves when
inhaling cooled moonbeams and carbon dioxide born from
resting in the atmosphere,
about the moment of beginning,
sending particles of crystal ice
through shuddering needles,