I purposely waited a few days to weed out the people who had followed me only for a chance to win the giveaway (since I figured they would unfollow once they realized the giveaway was over and that I hadn’t contacted them). So the winner is a true follower.
The randomly-selected winner is…
I sent you a message and hope to hear from you soon. :)
Ends August 16th 8:00 pm Central Daylight Time in U.S.
I’ll use a random number generator to pick a winner
If you win, leave your ask or submission box open so I an alert you or I will pick someone else
You have 24 hours to respond to my message before I pick someone else
You have to be willing to give me your address so I can send it to you
If you live outside of the U.S., I will need you to pay US$5 to me for shipping
If you win and there’s something listed that you don’t want, please let me know so that I don’t give you something that you don’t want.
I am sorry it isn’t much, but I need to move out of my abusive household, and it’s free. If you need more pictures of something in specific, please let me know and I’ll take a more in-depth shot of it.
Welcome to another exciting episode of “Crystal Does Art and Offers to Sell It”.
Today’s featured article is a scale, real (kiln-fired) brick wall with Link from “The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds” painted on as a mural. I bought the bricks and paint and then did the rest myself (adhering bricks together, chopping bricks in half, and painting). It took multiple hours, and the bricks were expensive (I shopped around, too), if that puts the price into perspective.
It is for sale for $35 plus $5 shipping to U.S. and $12 shipping to anywhere else.
You can use it as a plaque, put it in a shadow box, give it as a gift to a Zelda and/or graffiti enthusiast, spray it with waterproof sealant and use it as a coaster, bury it for future generations of archeologists to find and be confused about, or whatever else you want. The possibilities are endless!
It is about 11.5 cm or 4.75 inches tall.
Just message me if you want it. I can always make more. :)
At my university, the meal plan gives each student a certain amount of vending machine credits. I had so many one semester that I just cleaned the machine of all its pretty energy drink cans and dumped the liquid down the sink because I just wanted the cans.
I am the reason China is starving.
My mother would be ashamed.
Oops sorry about the previous questions. I was on mobile so wasn't able to read your FAQ
Oh that’s not a problem. You’re fine.
When you cut cans what do you use? And do you use gloves when you cut them?
I use a regular pair of scissors. And no, I do not wear gloves.