so I was cleaning my room and noticed something familiar

I nominate this post for some kind of award

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college

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that pizza guy is gonna call his parents like, “remember when you were disappointed I was a pizza guy well GUESS WHAT I’M ON THE OSCARS”

Sleepovers.

this is so accurate i mean like one time at a friend’s we all started laughing over stupid pick-up lines then switched into discussing our deepest fears i just wtf is it something in the air at night

so i have two little cousins one is 10 and the other is 7 and my aunt told them they could each say one cuss word and not get in trouble so the older one very politely says “damn” but the younger one stands up on the kitchen table, rips his shirt off and screams “FUUUUUUCCCKKKK” while dive bombing to the floor and my aunt just stood there and stared at him because she couldn’t get mad at him

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Stop rummaging in my mind!

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I laughed so hard

thats the spirit

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Finished up Elsa’s cape last night! We are so happy with the final result and can’t wait to take this baby out!

To construct this monster cape we first started with about 8 yards of a light blue chiffon and started to drape it over the dress form to figure out the length that we wanted. We started with the back section and cut the material to make a rectangle and cut a diagonal across it. Using the diagonal as the very back seam helped to keep the length and not waste any material. We followed the same steps for the next two sections, each one decreasing in length to help with the width at the bottom.

Once the pieces were sewn together we did not cut and finish the bottom edge since we wanted to first attach it to the corset. We did this by finishing the top edge of the cape with a thick bias tape and sewing on snaps to the cape and the inside of the corset. Then we went around and slowly trimmed the cape bottom to get the shape that we wanted. It just touches the ground in the front and trails behind by several feet.

After finishing the edges we started to map out the design we wanted for the cape with lots of scrap paper and a lot of patience since multiple designs had to be tried before the final was decided on. Then we took the design and traced it onto a large piece of heat n’ bonded iridescent material, making the top section all on piece. Then based off of the concept art we designed several snowflakes to be cut out of the top section, which were then added to the bottom section around the edge of the cape. After cutting out the piece and the snowflakes it was carefully laid out on the floor and ironed into place on the cape. (Yay carpet!) Once ironed we had to create several more snowflakes for the bottom to fill in some extra space, but we are very happy with the final design and can’t wait to take pictures of it in sunlight, since the basement lighting doesn’t do the iridescent material justice.

And now onto the last part… The wig.