These are the last 5 in a series of Japanese Paper Room Models I’ve been making for a while. Glad this section is coming to a close. This collection is easy to medium in skill level and as with other projects I’ve shrunk the size to about 1/4 the intended size. The print-outs and instructions for these projects can be found here: Paper Museum. The paper craft projects that I’ve completed are here: Paper Crafts Gallery.
I have finally completed this model after years of procrastinating. This is a model of the New Orleans Square Haunted Mansion ride in Disneyland, located in Orlando, Florida. The original dimensions of this project was at 9.25×9.25×10 inches. I have shrunk it down to about two thirds the original size. I’m so proud of myself that I am done with this collection of paper models. It was fun while it lasted! This paper model may be found Ray Keim’s website Haunted Dimensions, and he has a lot of other great projects based off Disney parks’ rides.
Job interview, chocolate fondue/girl’s night out, and shopping. My favorite outfits from February.
OUTFIT #1 – Solid black button-down with black blazer and a striped pencil skirt.OUTFIT #2 – Loose fitting sweater over a black fitted dress with knitted tights and boots.OUTFIT #3 – Green polkadot dress from Modcloth with black cropped cardigan and grey knitted tights with black boots.
Birthday, shopping, night-out, and a funeral. My favorite outfits from January.
Now this thing is on my wall. It’s a 1500 piece puzzle that I finished back in October, it took me about two weeks because of school. I had also just framed and hung it due to my back injuries. Got the puzzle at Barnes and Noble a while ago and the frame from eBay. The total cost for this project was about $57.00. The puzzle costs $12.00 but the frame was custom made so it was about $45.00 including shipping (the puzzle had weird measurements). Even though it was way more than I had hope to spend, it’s cute and it covers up my bare wall, I’d say it was worth it.
I got this from my aunt over the holidays has a Christmas gift. I was so happy because I killed the Clinique blush I had and needed a good replacement. It comes in really sleek, no frills packaging and it’s a bronzer, highlighter, and blush all in one. I love Urban Decay’s Naked Collection so this is a nice addition. This does not come with brushes or sponges. I checked on Sephora and Ulta and it costs $30.00.
After a few uses I really find myself liking all three a lot. The blush and bronzer have a satin finish, the highlighter is shimmery and all applies smoothly. It is long lasting and compliments my skin really well.
I bought this from Sugarpill and it comes in really cute packaging. It is a limited edition color only sold at IMATS and they brought it back for the holidays. This does not come with brushes, sponges or mirrors. It applies smoothly, is highly pigmented and has great color payoff. This costs me $9.60 because I bought it on sale right after Thanksgiving. They are normally priced at $12.00 each.
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