My first attempt at silicone molding furniture for the dungeon project was a great success!
Things I’ve learned:
* You’ll probably need more than you think.
* ..But take into account the volume that the objects you’re casting take up.
* Don’t buy things with tiny little bottles of catalyst, even if the others are slightly more expensive. Just don’t. It’s fiddly and it’s maths and it’s “Oh you were out by 1% now things are different.”
* Don’t get nasty chemicals in your eyes/wear goggles.
Butyeah, the casts came out prettymuch perfectly, so I’m happy with this!
Say goodbye to oversized totes and hello to mini bags
Don’t get us wrong, a large tote is always something great to have in your closet and keep on rotation, but this season, it’s all about the mini bag. A trend that’s resurfaced from the ‘90s, miniature handbags were one of the hottest accessories recently spotted on the streets at Paris Couture Fashion Week. Of course, there’s only room for the necessities, in a bag this little, but that’s what’s so great about it - no room for fuss! Another plus, designer styles are much cheaper than the full-size versions - score! So, downsize your handbag this year and switch it out with 20 of our favorite mini handbags below.
Street Style Inspiration
Spring 2015 Couture, Tommy Ton via Style.com.
Marni bag at Spring 2015 Couture, Phil Oh via Vogue.com.
Blogger Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad in Dior at Spring 2015 Couture, Phil Oh via Vogue.com.