page 342 - my clothes have largely rotted off my body at this point, but there are still a few rags hanging on. And by a few I was pretty sure there were 6 but now there are only 5 and I’m like, what the heck? Is someone stealing my final remnants of humanity and decency?

Also, I haven’t possessed a zipper in a long time, but I know that I used to wear those sweeties all the time, so, in conclusion, I am probably not Amish. I’ve decided to try to spend more time contemplating less my existence and more solid descriptors that could be considered to describe my existence. Former existence. Pre dungeon. PD.


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Sewing Velcro

Are you looking for an alternative fastening on your sewing project? Have you ever considered using velcro? If not – you should! Velcro is a modern day fastening notion that is quick and easy to sew. So quick, it takes very little effort to get some great, alternative looks and feel to a garment.

Tutorial by:   FashionSewingBlogTV
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EVA foam armor: strapping/securing

The Littlest Winchester - Rabbits

Character: Dean Winchester

Warning: None

Word Count: 433

Request: Thank God you’re taking requests again, and since we all love the littlest Winchester could you please write about Dean teaching her how to tie her shoes… thank you😊😊😊😊😊


    “Baby girl, hold the laces like this … no, so they look like rabbit ears, see?”

    “I am.”

    “… you’ve seen a rabbit before, right?” Dean sighs and reaches over to adjust the position of his four-year-old daughter’s hands. “Now, the one on the left is actually a rabbit, and the other one is a tree.”

    “But I thought they were ears.”

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Velcro Makeup Frame
Make this yourself by getting a cute frame (try Michaels or the Dollar Tree), Velcro sheets, jar clamps, and a few small mason jars (most grocery or craft stores. 
Measure and cut your Velcro sheets to fit the frame. Super glue the Velcro to the center of the frame. Get whatever you want to put on the frame (makeup in this picture) and measure out Velcro to fit the back of these items. I would experiment organizing them on the frame to see how they would fit best. Cut and glue the Velcro to the items. 
Tighten your jar clamps around the top of the mason jars and nail the clamp to the frame. 
Alternatively, attach hooks instead to hang items versus jars.
Tried this DIY? Send me pictures!