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Debra Buckland-Iracebeth
Jun 9, 2017

Hello from Christchurch.

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Edited: Jun 9, 2017

hello from Christchurch, nz

i am very new to worbla and hope to do more projects with it in the future.

 

 

The first time using it is when i bought the sample pack and made the Red Queens crown from the finest art sheet (sawdust colour)

 

The second project was the sith shoulder armour with worblas black art.

costume currently in progress

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

i also made my own Lucet tool so i could make piping/shoe cords for my Lagertha costume (currently in progress)

 

its like a ratstail maker only it what the Vikings actually used to make cords for bags, decorating clothing etc.

 

 

i am yet to try out worblas transpar art (see through looking) bit from my sample pack but im sure theres a project in my brain somewhere for it soon.

 

 

 

 

my cosplay page: facebook.com/DebsCosplay

great to meet you all.

 

WNZ MOD
Jun 9, 2017

Our favourite has to be the Lucet tool. Such an awesome and practical creation. Would love to see more of the sith build too!

Debra Buckland-Iracebeth
Jun 9, 2017

thanks WNZ Mod - the sith out fit as stands will not have more worbla in it but here it is so far.... (still unfinished)

 

WNZ MOD
Jun 9, 2017

That is fantastic. Keep in mind the forum is so you can share all creative pieces, not everything has to have Worbla in it

Static
Jun 12, 2017

That lucet is awesome! It's so cool seeing what different things people make for crafting, how neat :D

Debra Buckland-Iracebeth
Jun 12, 2017

here are my badges for Lagertha Lothbrook "arrive in England" dress - made with black worbla.

 

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