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March 1, 2013 / mrsdeboots

It’s alive! No, not really.

I was having a Dr. Frankenstein moment.


The craft bond on Lucky the cat didn’t exactly bond, so I had to re-spray it last night.


I also had to prime some other junk, including Mr Meat Pig. I like how it looked in theory


But the texture was annoying and lumpy. I think the acrylic was too thick


So I used Shane’s dremel thingy and grinded it down so I could re-spray it.


I’m glad all my neighbors are possible drug dealers, because anyone else would think, Eh gads! this chick is making meth!!




That ghostly crap in the last photo I assume is a toxic mix of spray acrylic, craft bond, and plastic primer, a sure carcinogen.

I was obsessed with making Mr Skelton man a business card holder, and after a consultation with Shane, and finding these metal plates that cake with a travel scrabble game he got me, Shane used the dremel to make a dent in one of his feet. Excuse my distracting ass owl pants.


Liquid nails really pissed me off this morning, as it didn’t attach in the manner I needed, so I gorilla glued it.


And Var Lar!!



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