Are you understandably unmotivated with your hobbies and style these days?
Kristin Battestella aka Kbatz discusses the pros and cons of commercial and altered patterns in tackling this purple Regency meets seventies styled empire dress in progress alongside sewing for yourself versus sewing for others, sewing properly instead of just winging it, adding choice color to a black wardrobe, the lack of motivation to complete seasonal goals during the pandemic, unfinished projects placed on the back burner, and future ideas for accessories to match.
For more Gothic Sewing revisit:
Gothic Parasol Upgrade
Gothic Thrift Alterations
Victorian Bonnets and Capes
To see more unfinished in progress pictures visit Kbatz Krafts on Facebook.
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Looking for a way to personify the Seven Deadly Sins in your makeup? As you know, I’m a makeup addict, but I haven’t made any tutorials on the subject. Below are some ladies with the passion and braveness to share their process with the world.
Horror on a Budget is a youtube user that shows you how to do horror makeup on the cheap. She did a Seven Deadly Sins series, but hasn’t finished it. She did two of them (watch below) and I hope she does more!
Perhaps a better makeup artist but less horror-related is KlairedelysArt. Below she brings us a few other of the sins.
And lastly, if you’re looking for a slightly funner or more brilliant green Envy, check out this Poison Ivy tutorial.