Back in the day, the idea of "Do it yourself" was just called "Do it" because there were no other options. Like when you want cereal, and all that's in the pantry is Raisin Bran. What were we talking about again?
When you're crafty enough, you can make a bow out of practically anything. Like a festive MacGyver.
Unfortunately for us at the Guff office, ferrets aren't legal to keep as pets in the state of California. Luckily it's still legal to knit. It...it is, right?
Tattoo Artist: "So, what would you like?"
Her: "I'd like to have an entire Etsy page on my back and shoulders."
She needed a sweater and she needed it NOW. Some people will do anything to avoid doing laundry.
A woodworker's dream. Here's one of many practical tattoos that actually make life a little easier.
"Ummm, baking isn't a craft!"
"Oh, then why is there a baking aisle at Michael's?"
Never be caught with an unbuttoned torso ever again. The draft is terrible.
Everything you make is one of a kind, because it was made by you. Anyway, want to check out this crudely drawn portrait of Oscar Isaac in a wedding tux that I drew on my notebook? It's one of a kind.
Someone told her a really great joke and she laughed so hard that this happened. Just kidding, it's a tattoo!
Don't feel down on yourself. Every awkward caterpillar has the potential to turn into a beautiful butterfly art supply.
Some people get tattoos to honor their heritage. She's 1/16th Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Home is where the heart is. Also the brains, lungs, kidneys and other organs. We're talking about bodies now, right?
An artist's toolbox:
-A sigh of frustration over how hard it is to draw hands
Screw the gun show. Give me two tickets to the yarn show.
So delicate, it could've been stitched by the mice in Cinderella. Maybe they tattoo her in the gritty reboot.
The other wrist could have an easel. Or better yet, a French beret.
You can create a whole world with just the flick of a brush. Artists are basically gods with emotional quirks.
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Finally, a craft I'm actually good at. As long as it's the microwavable kind.