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my everyday life in the form of a t-shirt

my everyday life in the form of a t-shirt

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3
Posted
2 years ago
cannot wait to do this for this 4th of July. SUMMER OF 2012, HERE WE COME!

cannot wait to do this for this 4th of July. SUMMER OF 2012, HERE WE COME!

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1
Posted
2 years ago
except i would want the female one to have a pipe too, for me, lol

except i would want the female one to have a pipe too, for me, lol

(Source: weheartit.com)

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1
Posted
2 years ago
Chalkboard Picture Frame
Supplies you will need:

chalkboard paint
chalk
picture frame, big enough to be able to comfortably write on.
first, remove glass piece, and set aside for possible future project. 
(trust me, you’ll be thanking me later! just don’t end up on ‘Hoarders’)
note: i will not be held responsible for possible (probable) hoarding. i had to learn
the hard way! 
then, paint your poster board/cardboard with a coat of chalkboard paint. let dry for
about 20 minutes. go have a smoke break, reblog some shit, or bake a cake. then,
come back and paint another coat (you can’t paint it too thick!)
finally, go eat your cake, or go on stumbleupon and stumble different crafts.
make a list! after 20 minutes (use a timer, time flies when you Stumble!)
your paint should be dry to the touch. i personally would still wait a little while
before writing on it. once it’s okay to write on, go ahead and frame it! if you want
to write a quote or draw a picture for display, you can use the glass piece so it’s
protected and ready to be admired!

Chalkboard Picture Frame

Supplies you will need:

  • chalkboard paint
  • chalk
  • picture frame, big enough to be able to comfortably write on.

first, remove glass piece, and set aside for possible future project. 

(trust me, you’ll be thanking me later! just don’t end up on ‘Hoarders’)

note: i will not be held responsible for possible (probable) hoarding. i had to learn

the hard way! 

then, paint your poster board/cardboard with a coat of chalkboard paint. let dry for

about 20 minutes. go have a smoke break, reblog some shit, or bake a cake. then,

come back and paint another coat (you can’t paint it too thick!)

finally, go eat your cake, or go on stumbleupon and stumble different crafts.

make a list! after 20 minutes (use a timer, time flies when you Stumble!)

your paint should be dry to the touch. i personally would still wait a little while

before writing on it. once it’s okay to write on, go ahead and frame it! if you want

to write a quote or draw a picture for display, you can use the glass piece so it’s

protected and ready to be admired!

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11
Posted
2 years ago
paint + (pet) rock = endless creations!
great for decorations or paper weights :)

paint + (pet) rock = endless creations!

great for decorations or paper weights :)

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19
Posted
2 years ago
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