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Stud Muffin



It took me long enough, but I finally got around to it; studding my AA backpack. It's been pouring non-stop for the passed few days here in Sydney, so it was a perfect rainy day activity (︶ヮ︶) These push in pyramid studs were super easy to use, but the screw-in spike studs were a little more intimidating, and I'm not sure where to place them (any ideas?) or whether to use them on this backpack at all. Hmmmm!
 

10 comments:

  1. this looks amazing!i've searched for a backpack like this one but never found.i'm thinking about to do the same. :3

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  2. I really like this. It's super creative and neat. <3!

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  3. this looks great! Aaah, isn't studding such a pain? It takes sooo long. I studded the hell out of a faux-leather jacket. Holy shit, it took SOOO effing long.

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  4. If you do end up using the spikes, I think they'd look great arranged in a polka dot pattern. :)

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  5. You could put the spikes on the sides of the front pocket, that could look pretty amazing!

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  6. looks so cute sofie! ^__^ put the spikes on the straps at the front so that when you wear it you have spiked straps on your front! WARRIOR SOFIE!!

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  7. I know, I once did that with a pair of shorts.. my fingers really ache for a week but the shorts were perfect and so it is your bag. A d o r a b l e

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  8. This looks really good! Way to make a simple backpack a bit more fierce :)

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  9. looks great! do you know what wash this backpack is? :)

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