The Little Girl Stan Lee Cosplay only gets better/cuter.
Click through for print-your-own-fabric tutorial that results in this most excellent Captain Marvel-themed zippered pouch.
(This makes me want to turn the mascara-wand-in-your-eye panel into a makeup case.)
So my mom recently got me this awesome necklace that’s a nifty-looking Thor’s hammer from Stabo, this Scandinavian store in the local mall. It doesn’t really look like a hammer unless I point it out. Someone thought it was Celtic, but then I said what it was, and they said it was very Nordic-looking. It’s great because I can wear it to work without it being like “I’m wearing mjolnir!” but knowing that I am.
Point being, there’s another necklace I’d like to get, or more likely, make, since I don’t think there is one to purchase. While the dog tags that are out there for Captain Marvel are cool, I can’t get away with them at work.
So I’m looking for a necklace charm of a starburst, like the one on Captain Marvel’s new costume! I looked at Michael’s and Hobby Lobby yesterday with no luck, and have been looking online with not much more luck. Since there are so many more crafty people online, I thought I’d see if anyone else out there knows of something!
If you do, reply here, drop me an ask, message, etc. I’d be forever grateful!!
I wonder if you could repurpose these Kate Young earrings from Target?
Portraying A Monarch (Kings, Queens, and Royalty)
Don’t you all just wonder what it would feel like to live as a king or queen for a day? Like an actual ruler? Not like a dictator or a tyrant, no. This guide will cover some of the things that you’d need to keep in mind when portraying a king or a queen. Monarchs aren’t just about looking pretty with thousands of jewels and sitting on a fabulous throne and being all proper, there’s more to it. The discussion following this guide might mostly refer to the British monarchy since it is the most known to be around, other than the dukes and duchesses of some of the European countries.
Warning: Slight form of History lessons applied. You may get bored if History isn’t your favorite subject.
If you were having a bad day, here are some kittens in a bathtub.
never have I ever seen kittens calmly swimming in water
I like how they specified in water.
”never have I ever seen kittens calmly swimming in water, pudding yes, but not water.”
Do you have any ideas for original (or with a personal spin) magical creatures/characters? I’m having trouble making them up for a story. Thank you so much! - im-adddicted-to-you
Your characters need to be a part of the world they live in. Whether you’re making magical creatures/characters live on Earth or you’re creating a whole new world, their appearances and personalities have to make sense with their surroundings. My best advice would be to get to know the environment that’s going to be home to your characters and what kind of story you want to tell. When you already know your plot and your setting really well, your characters will most likely come easily.
Here you are a few links that might come in handy:
- Writing Realistic Magical Characters
- How to Describe a Fantasy Creature
- Tips for Writing Mythical Creatures
- Character Questionnaire for Fantasy Characters
- Fantasy Names Generator
- 10 Steps to Creating Realistic Fantasy Animals