DIY Comic Book Jeans first seen at Fashionably Geek. These were made by Kirameku (facebook link) for her Boarderlands’ costume. You can see the final costume on her FB page. She used Textilcolor paint and then thinned it for the “watercolor” shadowing seen in the bottom right photo. She says she may post a full tutorial and if she does I will certainly post a link here.

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DIY Ice Queen Masquerade Mask Tutorial from Klaire de Lys. This masquerade mask is made out of glue (from a glue gun), rhinestones and nail polish. It’s from an easy to follow video tutorial under 4:30 minutes. I normally don’t post video tutorials but her blog and YouTube channel are amazing for makeup tutorials.

DIY Ice Queen Masquerade Mask Tutorial from Klaire de Lys. This masquerade mask is made out of glue (from a glue gun), rhinestones and nail polish. It’s from an easy to follow video tutorial under 4:30 minutes. I normally don’t post video tutorials but her blog and YouTube channel are amazing for makeup tutorials.

DIY Easy Baby Doll Lips Tutorial from The Art of Beauty. I’m just starting Halloween on truebluemeandyou this year, but Halloween DIYs (some quite gruesome) have been posted for a while on halloweencrafts.

DIY Easy Baby Doll Lips Tutorial from The Art of Beauty. I’m just starting Halloween on truebluemeandyou this year, but Halloween DIYs (some quite gruesome) have been posted for a while on halloweencrafts.

DIY Labyrinth Talking Door Knockers Costume from She Wolf Studios. These were made out of polymer clay and attached to a bra with a harness to hold them up. I’m trying to keep all the puns out of my head right now. Go to the link to see how this was made and tips Brittney Benjamin can offer after making this spectacular conversation starting costume. First seen at Geek Crafts here.

DIY Labyrinth Talking Door Knockers Costume from She Wolf Studios. These were made out of polymer clay and attached to a bra with a harness to hold them up. I’m trying to keep all the puns out of my head right now. Go to the link to see how this was made and tips Brittney Benjamin can offer after making this spectacular conversation starting costume. First seen at Geek Crafts here.

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