Box making patterns featured on our Youtube channel!
You can download the PDF for print or to change into a file that is able to cut or download the .svg files to upload into a program that uses cutting devices (Cricut etc). Have fun!
From Dropbox download links
Link to the video for instructions
This fantasy fashion show / gothic theme inspired fashion show was a joint collaboration between us, Skrocki Design (previously called Paragon of Design by Skrocki) and Lewis Mayhem in 2016. All new pieces were created based on an original concept focusing on an ancient family of vampires. The colors selected for the show were symbolically chosen to represent life, death and the transition to the immortal state. All our masks, leather corsets, jewelry, clutches etc. were developed for this show over the course of 6 months, with the longest pieces taking 1 month each to create. The riveted corset from the show can be viewed in the video "How to Set Rivets." About Lewis Mayhem aka Cory Richard-Jones. Lewis Mayhem was founded in 2008 by fashion designer/music promoter, Cory Richard Jones. Heavily influenced by the music scene and alternative club scene, she wanted to create a brand that that provided badass clothing for people who embraced the nightlife. The line initially catered to the music, goth and rave scene but in later years it grew into a festival brand with a heavy tribal and occult influence. Lewis Mayhem - Website: https://www.lewis-mayhem.com/ Instagram---- https://www.instagram.com/lewismayhem/ Facebook---- https://www.facebook.com/lewismayhem/
Small business, big orders! In this video I take you through how we do large scale custom orders with multiples of each item. I also offer some advice if you are considering approaching businesses or organizations about creating items or even wholesaling items to them for resale. Although this video is about metal or hand made jewelry you can use the time-saving ideas to apply them to many different types of crafts and scale up your craft business.
Dyeing Leather Part 2 with Water Based Dyes - The finished vegetable tanned leather items In Part 2, of how to hand dye vegetable tanned leather with water based dyes, Tanner shows the finished items and talks about how the different types and weights of vegetable tanned leather look after being dyed.
Three orders that were sent out recently with three different customizations! One client wanted a small plate added to their bag with a quote, next was their initials in old English script and the third wanted initials on a small plate attached to the bag.
We started creating videos on our Youtube channel! You can check it out here!
We will be sharing tutorials, behind the scenes videos, business information and products etc.
Workshop photos credited to Brenda Lakeman Photography.