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This 3D wound technique is the basic how-to you need to create broken noses, cut eyebrows, and busted lips. In addition to what's already in your makeup kit, you'll need a nontoxic glue stick ($1 for two). Cut off a small segment of the adhesive with a butter knife and apply to the area where you want the laceration.

This wound technique is the basic how-to you need to create broken noses, cut eyebrows, and busted lips.Cut off a small segment of the glue stick with a butter knife and apply to the area where you want the laceration.

This 3D wound technique is the basic how-to you need to create broken noses, cut eyebrows, and busted lips. In addition to what's already in your makeup kit, you'll need a nontoxic glue stick ($1 for two). Cut off a small segment of the adhesive with a butter knife and apply to the area where you want the laceration.

This wound technique is the basic how-to you need to create broken noses, cut eyebrows, and busted lips.Cut off a small segment of the glue stick with a butter knife and apply to the area where you want the laceration.

Easy Crocheted Coffee Sleeve ::Pattern::

I just wanted to pop in and share a quick and easy crochet pattern. This pattern is great for using up small amounts of yarn you have. These are always great for gifts too! :) Crocheted C…

This FREE and easy crochet pattern uses Lion Brand Scarfie yarn to make warm, beautiful, and stylish mittens best for the coldest winter days! This project makes takes less than 1/2 of a skein of yarn-so make a pair for you and a pair to gift!

This FREE and easy crochet pattern uses Lion Brand Scarfie yarn to make warm, beautiful, and stylish mittens best for the coldest winter days! This project makes takes less than of a skein of yarn-so make a pair for you and a pair to gift!

Ever since I learned to crochet (which was just about a month or so ago) I've wanted to make mug cozies. They're so cute and wa...

Here's a small breakdown of how to make these: Chain enough stitches to wrap around the base of your mug (in my case, Join into firs.