Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Monday, September 26, 2011
Friday, September 23, 2011
Step 1: Follow the link at the bottom of the page and print out the six pattern pieces available.
Step 2: Cut out pattern.
Step 3: Trace the pattern on a large piece of cardboard. (Insiders tip: look in the Watson basement for spare pieces of cardboard.)
Step 4: Cut out the traced pattern using a sharp X-Acto knife or box cutter.
Step 5: Assemble neck as shown below.
Step 6: Assemble head as shown as shown below.
Step 7: Hot glue neck to head.
Step 8: If you have extra cardboard, cut out a fancy shape to mount your reindeer’s head on. Cut two long slits on the fancy backboard and insert the reindeer’s neck.
Step 9: If you’re looking to get extra fancy, pick up some spray paint from the local hardware store and unleash your inner Banksy.
If you’re still determined to have the real thing, we recommend watching this immediately. If you're not still determined to have the real thing, we recommend watching this immediately:
X-Acto knife or box cutter
Printed pattern from the link below
Hot glue gun
Zoe and Morgan
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Sunday, September 11, 2011
FIRST VOGUE EVER. 1892. Insanity.
1929. Color is born! Hip hip hooray! The world learns that Georges Lepape is a genius.
1942. They are still talking about hats.
1951. The most lovely bosom bow is presented to the world.
I forget the year of this but it was printed in November thus the need for a hat situation this large and in charge.
We got to watch Cher grow up!