We have a new digital/technology library in Omaha called (I'm not making this up) the "Do Space" Yeah, that's what I think too, but apart from the terrible name, they are able to give people access to all sorts of technology including digital printers. I know they can't print gingerbread, but it did make me think I could get carried away with my prototype. Download some free drafting software, and I could really come up with something impressive. I made my model from cardboard today, and while that's always been enough in years past, I'm now envisioning all sorts of elaborate possibilities. I get excited by this sort of thing. By the way, if anyone wants a recipe for a very sturdy gingerbread dough that will withstand (almost) anything (but not a 3-D printer) you throw at it-let me know. Good foundations make all the difference in gingerbread houses AND fashion. You know, I've never baked a gingerbread girdle...
Vintage (80's I think) wool (fully lined) skirt-Goodwill
Vintage 1960's lightweight coat-New Life Thrift
Vintage Naturalizer shoes-Thrift World
1950's Coro earrings-Antique store in Wisconsin years ago
Vintage Shiny Bright Christmas corsage-Thrift World
Don't sit in Santa's chair?! Get a sign, or piss off-I'm not a mind-reader.
Are you making a gingerbread house this year?