September 7th, 2006


Paw sandals!

Look what I made!

Sandals for my paws!

I've seen the idea before, and liked the novelty as well as the advantage of having sandals to protect the pawpad detailing I put into the bottom of my white footpaws. ... So I thought I'd give it a try!
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Total cost using dollar store garden mats and a thrift store backpack: $3.50

EDIT 2/19/2017: This tutorial has been revised and now lives here with working images:
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This should fire up some inspiration.

Philips Electronics has come up with "Lumalive", a flexible LED fabric that can be integrated into furniture, drapes... and clothing.

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Lumalive textiles can display anything that a normal LED array can – except it’s flexible and soft! Running text can flow across the couch or dynamic images can appear. Standalone graphics or preset color patterns can create an almost magical lighting experience. Or the couch can color-coordinate with your mood lighting. The most exciting thing though, is the element of surprise. The technology is only visible when it’s turned on – otherwise it looks like an ordinary couch.

Lumalive Fabrics in Furniture
Lumalive Fabrics in Clothing

Imagine the insanely gaudy, flashy costume effects you could get with this stuff! I want it for a dragon costume!
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