Kali Butterfly Chainmaille Dancing Leaves Long Y Necklace; by Vanessa Walilko
Check out her amazing stuff here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/kalibutterfly
AND check out her incredible work featured here I saw the vest seen in the video in person—STILL DYING. (Go to the 2:23 mark for a good look (where J-pop star, Salia is sitting on a throne—SENSATIONAL)
Yesterday, I took the opportunity to be a social person and participate in a pumpkin carving activity for my dorm…there was free food involved so I had a good incentive. Before I got started, I took a look at the other pumpkins on display:
Here’s a standard carving, well done too:
This one’s a little scarier:
Finally, these two were just…I dunno—very “college life” I guess; maybe a prelude to what will probably happen all over campus this Halloween:
gross funny :)
Well, this is what I came up with in about 10 minutes:
yes…I am that obsessed with Gee—I don’t even wear her that much anymore because of the weather and that little incident we had…I still love her though…
I put a simple happy face on the other side because if I had Gee Wa Wa Fatales etched into my head, I’d be smiling too…
Hope everyone has a happy and safe Halloween!
They were at this multi-cultural event:
She was absolutely exquisite (there’s that word again!)
The material is hand-beaded:
She was like, “this is what people wear everyday in India…sometimes MORE!” I need to move there, for at least a day…
I want that ankle bracelet!
This hair clip was sooooo unique; it attached to her ear and hooked into her hair, I have never seen anything like that before…
Some other beading I did last year. This took a looooong ass time. The bag is from Urban Outfitters in the men’s section; I got it on my trip to New York.
The design is supposed to be leaves blowing in one direction inspired by the state I was in after my trip to NY; I had figured out my life and I was no longer just blowing in the wind in a bunch of different directions.
There are three leaves because three is a special number to me in general and it took about three years after I graduated from college the first time for me to realize what the hell I was going to do with myself. Each year I thought I had a plan that failed and finally, the third year I got my shit together and was headed in one direction.