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Photos from my Batman themed wedding last year. Realized I haven’t posted any of them yet, and Pride month is the perfect opportunity. My wife and I made all the invites and centerpieces ourselves. My mother’s corgi was the ring bearer, and the bridal party wore Batman Villain themed tuxes and dresses. My wife and I dresses as poison Ivy and Harley Quinn.

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Some fabulous photos from this weekend’s “Axe to Grind: Forging Your Own Hatchet” class that I taught at The Steel Yard in Providence, RI! I’m extremely pleased with how the class turned out. Everyone went home with a finished forged hatchet, and I’m super excited to run this class again (hopefully in the fall?) We finished off the class with a good round of axe-brandishing and orcish war screaming! It was epic. 

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Yesterday I finished my DIY Harry Potter present for a beloved friend of mine and Harry Potter nerd.
Hope you like it!

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My newest custom denim jacket! An ode to Prince Vegeta and Lord Shenron. Shenron was hand-painted by yours truly with Tulip soft matte fabric paints.

I’m keeping this jacket for myself, but I’m thinking of opening commissions for custom painted jackets for the holidays through my Etsy, I’ll update you when I have more info :D

CHECK OUT MY COMMISSION PAGE AND GET YOUR OWN BADMAN JACKET!!!

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The jacket is almost done (he/him)

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Here’s a silly name generator just for kicks! Click and drag or screenshot to see what you get. I’d love for you to tag yours so I can see!

(No shame in using this multiple times btw! I somehow got “Asshole” in the second column twice though omfg)

Okay since my Tomee Bear post has gotten some attention I’ve decided to make a post about how he was made.

This is not meant to be a full tutorial (I would have taken more pictures) Please don’t take it too seriously! 

I also can’t give out the pattern I made because I kind of ruined the pattern pieces in the process and because I’m not able to upload them online as an easy-to-understand pattern (hell I don’t even understand my pattern pieces sometimes).

THIS IS AN EXTREMELY LONG POST

That being said here is (almost) the entire process of how I made Tomee Bear:

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