Black x gold and black x silver wristlets available at http://eatmeinkme.etsy.com (other charms also available)
Thinking about doing black x red also, what do you think?
Flower-shop, Brussels, designed by Paul Hankar, XIX century
I don’t usually reblog in this account, but I wanted to share my future vision for Eat Me Ink Me - This is how I imagine the brick-and-mortar shop to look sometime. With mannequins in the windows, of course, but the overall feel to be this..
I can dream ^^
I’m really taking quote a bit of inspiration from the gothic side of lolita recently. I’ve no idea why, but there’s sure to come a few some designs in a more gothic or rather classic-gothic mood.
Skirt available at the shop and I’m open for custom colors upon request c:
ps. pardon the deflated petti, there’s a whole lot room for poof under the skirt ^^
Simple skirt I did with Pierre-Auguste Renoir inspired fabric. I was passing this fabric for months until I caved in and got it. It’s really gorgeous and so silky to the touch! It’s very light and drapes so nicely, I just couldn’t resist anymore. There was another one with the same print, but in blue/purple hues. I thought I’d start with this one and see how you’ll react to it, since classical prints like this have been popping up all around…
Personally, I’m considering doing a jsk for myself, I really love the fabric.
Skirt is currently available at my shop: http://eatmeinkme.etsy.com
and I’ll be taking custom-size orders for this in the following couple of weeks, so drop me a note to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested or have any questions c:
Custom order in vintage style. Never actually done any of these, took about two fittings until it was a perfect fit, but overall I’m really happy with it + I fell in love with the fabric the moment I saw it! <3
I thought I’d share a tutorial I did a long time ago, but never got to posting anywhere. Hope this helps somebody! ^^
Custom skirt I did for a friend. I love doing these, but they take a whole day to do just the print D: Maybe I should just do it in screenprint? Would certainly come out cheaper..
All print is painted by hand.
Posting this because I’m getting very excited as the print progresses! There’s a butt-load of work to do still, but I’m quite proud of how long I’ve stuck around.
This will be a fabric print inspired by the Art Nouveau architecture we have here in Riga. This particular one is loosely based on a building on Alberta street <3
I’m still debating how I’m going to execute it in the overall setting and colours. Can’t decide whether to go with classical, muted (dusty rose, teal, forest green, bordeaux), pastel (ivory, baby pink, baby blue) or with more bold color mix (torquoise, pink, mint).. What do you think? Any suggestions?
Haven’t done scallop hems in a while. Also, experimenting with.. well.. basically “putting more stuff on it”. Added lace and ribbons and it came out quite well, I think. I’m always very cautious about adding “too much”, so it would be borderline tacky (not that it’s bad, it’s just not my style).
Anyway, what do you think?