So our Tardis/Ten pictures have already got 95k notes and Donna/Ten is pretty close with 93k notes. I promised there would be a party when they reach 100k. Can we do it?
Even though it’s not that popular anymore already, I, too, was nominated for the ALS Icebucket Challenge by my very own Doctor. So now enjoy Sherlock’s face :D
Sherlock is me, shigeako-cosplay.
>////////////////< awwwwww thank you so much!
It’s a shame that the person everybody reblogs our Donna/Ten pictures from deleted our credits…. It makes me angry!
this is the best thing I’ve seenten iskittenwelpDonna isshigeakophotos byireneadlerholmes(the original credits were removed)
Thanks for adding the credits again love!!! Means the world to me! @halloweenpunkaesthetic
It’s nearly 4k :) and i’m happy about each and everyone of them :D
actually i didn’t style it at all, i just bought it that way ^^ ebay.de/itm/141286939544?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649
I’m terribly sorry for the inactivity on this blog. I’ve been moving into a new flat for the past few weeks. But stress is decreasing; so there’ll be new stuff very soon! Stay tuned ;)
Hey love! I would love to but I don’t have one. I just looked at the picture and made it xD I do have a tissue box inside though. It’s pretty much this size ^^ just try around a bit with paper patterns. I would draw you one but I’m in the middle of renovation and lack time atm. so sorry :(
Heya! thanks a lot!
I made both the dresses myself :/ therefore i took my own measurements and sewed them. For the Rouge dress I used a Burda pattern. Sorry, I’m not much of a help :/
This seamless trim technique is a method I’ve been using for years to add custom trim to my costumes without any top-stitching at all. Similar in a way to bias tape, but with many key differences in implementation and results. No one taught me this technique, but now I’m teaching it to you! Please read through all the instructions below before asking any further questions, and happy trim-making! C: