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Hidden Secrets skirt by zeloco Hidden Secrets skirt by zeloco
Used a scrap method for the print - there is a method with using freeze paper (google it) and I found how you can make your own freeze paper (Because one does not simply get a freezer paper in Soviet Latvia) using old plastic bags and paper (yay for being eco-friendly!). I tried it before on a tote bag and worked like a charm. I used a different paper this time, so it had a bit of bleeding, but I guess you get better by practice.
The stencil design (the golden one) was hand-drawn on the scrap freezer paper and cut out with nail scissors (no more swirls, Ze! ;_; ). It was based on a mix of the original Eat Me Ink Me logo design and a decorative motif I saw in a book on Baroque decors.
Wooden print fabric came as you see it. Buttons are vintage.

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:iconflydown2me:
flydown2me 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
This is gorgeous!! <3 <3 
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mzclark Oct 15, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
looks great! I will have to do heavy research on self-printing. I see a lot of ppl doing it they all look professional!
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:iconzeloco:
zeloco Oct 16, 2013  Professional General Artist
It' s a bit more time-consuming than regular one and a lot more messy, but so worth it in the end c:
Good luck! ^^
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mzclark Oct 16, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
I will definitely have to practice and learn patience. thanks ^^
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zeloco Oct 20, 2013  Professional General Artist
^^
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mizzbabygurl Jul 6, 2013  Student General Artist
this is amazing
how'd you do the upper part of the skirt??
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:iconzeloco:
zeloco Jul 17, 2013  Professional General Artist
umm.. with a pattern? ^^; It's just high-waisted skirt, I added some scallop lace in the seam to add interest and some buttons for that steampunk/military feel c:
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mizzbabygurl Jul 17, 2013  Student General Artist
sorry for the stupid question, i'm just a real noob about sewing =T
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:iconzeloco:
zeloco Jul 18, 2013  Professional General Artist
Well there's quite a bit of tutorials available online, so you can start on the basics and work up from there ^^ Good luck!
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SatsujinIsa Aug 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
virspusēji uzgūglots, lai saprastu, kas tas ir par zvēru, un tagad radās interese vai tas ir arī Latvijā dabūjams vai pasūtām no ārzemju saitiem
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