kaitie-shazam:

FOXY SHAZAM GON5O AND HOLY TOUCH PLUSHIES
A few days ago, I totally bragged hinted that I’d be releasing my newest project to the world today. For those of you who keep up with me and my love for the band Foxy Shazam, you’ll probably remember that, back in December, I created a plushie (my name for a sewn doll) for the band’s singer, Eric, that went over pretty well and was tweeted by the band shortly after. Both the band’s and the internet’s response was overwhelming, so I decided that I would create a full set for the band, as well as an updated plushie to reflect Eric’s new look.
After around six months of on and off work in most of my spare time, I finally completed the entire set of 7 plushies. To start off with, each plushie can take me anywhere from 15-21 hours to complete. I use a modified version of a few different free-use plushie patterns to make the bodies, but other than that, the clothing, hair, and accessory patterns are my own.
These plushies are made out of deersuede fabric for the bodies/skin, short-pile fur faux fur for the hair, and mostly recycled clothing for their outfits. Most of the faces and tattoos are created with iron on transfers, which my awesome sister Juliana digitally painted and printed for me. The newer Eric plushie (in purple) has a hand-embroidered face. All of the sewing was done entirely by hand, as these are much too small to complete on a machine (plus, let’s be honest, I suck with a sewing machine).  Aaron’s scarf and Eric’s socks were hand knit with embroidery thread on size zero knitting needles. As for size/scale, each plushie is around 6 to 6.5 inches tall, so they’re actually pretty small, which is good because I carried six at once!
I finished these just in time for the Foxy show in Detroit yesterday (6/22/14), and I was absolutely thrilled to give them to the guys! All of them were super excited, but I think Sky’s reaction was my favorite — walking around for a bit with it down the neck of his shirt (because he didn’t have any other way to carry it around) as if it were his young! 
From top to bottom:
GON5O Eric Nally: Hand-embroidered face, kool-aid dyed denim jeans, hand-knit socks, polymer clay cucumber with acrylic paint color.
Holy Touch Alex Nauth: Faux leather hat and pants with felt jacket and kneepads, painted hat details.
Holy Touch Loren Turner: Beaded top with ribbon-edged jean jacket and red “Converse.”
Holy Touch Daisy Caplan: Faux fur jacket along with metal-studded top and sequin-detailed jeans.
Holy Touch Sky White: Faux fur beard (haha), top with beaded wrist detail, recycled juniors’ top samurai pants, and synthetic shoulder “pelt.”
Holy Touch Aaron McVeigh: "Button down" shirt from recycled juniors’ top, hand-knit scarf, embellished jeans, and acrylic fabric white "leather" shoes.
Holy Touch Eric Nally: Faux patent leather boots, hand-printed top, and denim buttoned jumpsuit.
The “new” Eric plushie was based upon the Tragic Thrill music video, from Foxy Shazam’s newest album, GON5O, which can be downloaded FOR FREE! The other 6 plushies were based off of the Holy Touch music video from the band’s previous album, The Church of Rock and Roll.

guys seriously check these out i want all of them
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kaitie-shazam:

FOXY SHAZAM GON5O AND HOLY TOUCH PLUSHIES
A few days ago, I totally bragged hinted that I’d be releasing my newest project to the world today. For those of you who keep up with me and my love for the band Foxy Shazam, you’ll probably remember that, back in December, I created a plushie (my name for a sewn doll) for the band’s singer, Eric, that went over pretty well and was tweeted by the band shortly after. Both the band’s and the internet’s response was overwhelming, so I decided that I would create a full set for the band, as well as an updated plushie to reflect Eric’s new look.
After around six months of on and off work in most of my spare time, I finally completed the entire set of 7 plushies. To start off with, each plushie can take me anywhere from 15-21 hours to complete. I use a modified version of a few different free-use plushie patterns to make the bodies, but other than that, the clothing, hair, and accessory patterns are my own.
These plushies are made out of deersuede fabric for the bodies/skin, short-pile fur faux fur for the hair, and mostly recycled clothing for their outfits. Most of the faces and tattoos are created with iron on transfers, which my awesome sister Juliana digitally painted and printed for me. The newer Eric plushie (in purple) has a hand-embroidered face. All of the sewing was done entirely by hand, as these are much too small to complete on a machine (plus, let’s be honest, I suck with a sewing machine).  Aaron’s scarf and Eric’s socks were hand knit with embroidery thread on size zero knitting needles. As for size/scale, each plushie is around 6 to 6.5 inches tall, so they’re actually pretty small, which is good because I carried six at once!
I finished these just in time for the Foxy show in Detroit yesterday (6/22/14), and I was absolutely thrilled to give them to the guys! All of them were super excited, but I think Sky’s reaction was my favorite — walking around for a bit with it down the neck of his shirt (because he didn’t have any other way to carry it around) as if it were his young! 
From top to bottom:
GON5O Eric Nally: Hand-embroidered face, kool-aid dyed denim jeans, hand-knit socks, polymer clay cucumber with acrylic paint color.
Holy Touch Alex Nauth: Faux leather hat and pants with felt jacket and kneepads, painted hat details.
Holy Touch Loren Turner: Beaded top with ribbon-edged jean jacket and red “Converse.”
Holy Touch Daisy Caplan: Faux fur jacket along with metal-studded top and sequin-detailed jeans.
Holy Touch Sky White: Faux fur beard (haha), top with beaded wrist detail, recycled juniors’ top samurai pants, and synthetic shoulder “pelt.”
Holy Touch Aaron McVeigh: "Button down" shirt from recycled juniors’ top, hand-knit scarf, embellished jeans, and acrylic fabric white "leather" shoes.
Holy Touch Eric Nally: Faux patent leather boots, hand-printed top, and denim buttoned jumpsuit.
The “new” Eric plushie was based upon the Tragic Thrill music video, from Foxy Shazam’s newest album, GON5O, which can be downloaded FOR FREE! The other 6 plushies were based off of the Holy Touch music video from the band’s previous album, The Church of Rock and Roll.

guys seriously check these out i want all of them
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kaitie-shazam:

FOXY SHAZAM GON5O AND HOLY TOUCH PLUSHIES
A few days ago, I totally bragged hinted that I’d be releasing my newest project to the world today. For those of you who keep up with me and my love for the band Foxy Shazam, you’ll probably remember that, back in December, I created a plushie (my name for a sewn doll) for the band’s singer, Eric, that went over pretty well and was tweeted by the band shortly after. Both the band’s and the internet’s response was overwhelming, so I decided that I would create a full set for the band, as well as an updated plushie to reflect Eric’s new look.
After around six months of on and off work in most of my spare time, I finally completed the entire set of 7 plushies. To start off with, each plushie can take me anywhere from 15-21 hours to complete. I use a modified version of a few different free-use plushie patterns to make the bodies, but other than that, the clothing, hair, and accessory patterns are my own.
These plushies are made out of deersuede fabric for the bodies/skin, short-pile fur faux fur for the hair, and mostly recycled clothing for their outfits. Most of the faces and tattoos are created with iron on transfers, which my awesome sister Juliana digitally painted and printed for me. The newer Eric plushie (in purple) has a hand-embroidered face. All of the sewing was done entirely by hand, as these are much too small to complete on a machine (plus, let’s be honest, I suck with a sewing machine).  Aaron’s scarf and Eric’s socks were hand knit with embroidery thread on size zero knitting needles. As for size/scale, each plushie is around 6 to 6.5 inches tall, so they’re actually pretty small, which is good because I carried six at once!
I finished these just in time for the Foxy show in Detroit yesterday (6/22/14), and I was absolutely thrilled to give them to the guys! All of them were super excited, but I think Sky’s reaction was my favorite — walking around for a bit with it down the neck of his shirt (because he didn’t have any other way to carry it around) as if it were his young! 
From top to bottom:
GON5O Eric Nally: Hand-embroidered face, kool-aid dyed denim jeans, hand-knit socks, polymer clay cucumber with acrylic paint color.
Holy Touch Alex Nauth: Faux leather hat and pants with felt jacket and kneepads, painted hat details.
Holy Touch Loren Turner: Beaded top with ribbon-edged jean jacket and red “Converse.”
Holy Touch Daisy Caplan: Faux fur jacket along with metal-studded top and sequin-detailed jeans.
Holy Touch Sky White: Faux fur beard (haha), top with beaded wrist detail, recycled juniors’ top samurai pants, and synthetic shoulder “pelt.”
Holy Touch Aaron McVeigh: "Button down" shirt from recycled juniors’ top, hand-knit scarf, embellished jeans, and acrylic fabric white "leather" shoes.
Holy Touch Eric Nally: Faux patent leather boots, hand-printed top, and denim buttoned jumpsuit.
The “new” Eric plushie was based upon the Tragic Thrill music video, from Foxy Shazam’s newest album, GON5O, which can be downloaded FOR FREE! The other 6 plushies were based off of the Holy Touch music video from the band’s previous album, The Church of Rock and Roll.

guys seriously check these out i want all of them
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kaitie-shazam:

FOXY SHAZAM GON5O AND HOLY TOUCH PLUSHIES
A few days ago, I totally bragged hinted that I’d be releasing my newest project to the world today. For those of you who keep up with me and my love for the band Foxy Shazam, you’ll probably remember that, back in December, I created a plushie (my name for a sewn doll) for the band’s singer, Eric, that went over pretty well and was tweeted by the band shortly after. Both the band’s and the internet’s response was overwhelming, so I decided that I would create a full set for the band, as well as an updated plushie to reflect Eric’s new look.
After around six months of on and off work in most of my spare time, I finally completed the entire set of 7 plushies. To start off with, each plushie can take me anywhere from 15-21 hours to complete. I use a modified version of a few different free-use plushie patterns to make the bodies, but other than that, the clothing, hair, and accessory patterns are my own.
These plushies are made out of deersuede fabric for the bodies/skin, short-pile fur faux fur for the hair, and mostly recycled clothing for their outfits. Most of the faces and tattoos are created with iron on transfers, which my awesome sister Juliana digitally painted and printed for me. The newer Eric plushie (in purple) has a hand-embroidered face. All of the sewing was done entirely by hand, as these are much too small to complete on a machine (plus, let’s be honest, I suck with a sewing machine).  Aaron’s scarf and Eric’s socks were hand knit with embroidery thread on size zero knitting needles. As for size/scale, each plushie is around 6 to 6.5 inches tall, so they’re actually pretty small, which is good because I carried six at once!
I finished these just in time for the Foxy show in Detroit yesterday (6/22/14), and I was absolutely thrilled to give them to the guys! All of them were super excited, but I think Sky’s reaction was my favorite — walking around for a bit with it down the neck of his shirt (because he didn’t have any other way to carry it around) as if it were his young! 
From top to bottom:
GON5O Eric Nally: Hand-embroidered face, kool-aid dyed denim jeans, hand-knit socks, polymer clay cucumber with acrylic paint color.
Holy Touch Alex Nauth: Faux leather hat and pants with felt jacket and kneepads, painted hat details.
Holy Touch Loren Turner: Beaded top with ribbon-edged jean jacket and red “Converse.”
Holy Touch Daisy Caplan: Faux fur jacket along with metal-studded top and sequin-detailed jeans.
Holy Touch Sky White: Faux fur beard (haha), top with beaded wrist detail, recycled juniors’ top samurai pants, and synthetic shoulder “pelt.”
Holy Touch Aaron McVeigh: "Button down" shirt from recycled juniors’ top, hand-knit scarf, embellished jeans, and acrylic fabric white "leather" shoes.
Holy Touch Eric Nally: Faux patent leather boots, hand-printed top, and denim buttoned jumpsuit.
The “new” Eric plushie was based upon the Tragic Thrill music video, from Foxy Shazam’s newest album, GON5O, which can be downloaded FOR FREE! The other 6 plushies were based off of the Holy Touch music video from the band’s previous album, The Church of Rock and Roll.

guys seriously check these out i want all of them
Zoom Info
kaitie-shazam:

FOXY SHAZAM GON5O AND HOLY TOUCH PLUSHIES
A few days ago, I totally bragged hinted that I’d be releasing my newest project to the world today. For those of you who keep up with me and my love for the band Foxy Shazam, you’ll probably remember that, back in December, I created a plushie (my name for a sewn doll) for the band’s singer, Eric, that went over pretty well and was tweeted by the band shortly after. Both the band’s and the internet’s response was overwhelming, so I decided that I would create a full set for the band, as well as an updated plushie to reflect Eric’s new look.
After around six months of on and off work in most of my spare time, I finally completed the entire set of 7 plushies. To start off with, each plushie can take me anywhere from 15-21 hours to complete. I use a modified version of a few different free-use plushie patterns to make the bodies, but other than that, the clothing, hair, and accessory patterns are my own.
These plushies are made out of deersuede fabric for the bodies/skin, short-pile fur faux fur for the hair, and mostly recycled clothing for their outfits. Most of the faces and tattoos are created with iron on transfers, which my awesome sister Juliana digitally painted and printed for me. The newer Eric plushie (in purple) has a hand-embroidered face. All of the sewing was done entirely by hand, as these are much too small to complete on a machine (plus, let’s be honest, I suck with a sewing machine).  Aaron’s scarf and Eric’s socks were hand knit with embroidery thread on size zero knitting needles. As for size/scale, each plushie is around 6 to 6.5 inches tall, so they’re actually pretty small, which is good because I carried six at once!
I finished these just in time for the Foxy show in Detroit yesterday (6/22/14), and I was absolutely thrilled to give them to the guys! All of them were super excited, but I think Sky’s reaction was my favorite — walking around for a bit with it down the neck of his shirt (because he didn’t have any other way to carry it around) as if it were his young! 
From top to bottom:
GON5O Eric Nally: Hand-embroidered face, kool-aid dyed denim jeans, hand-knit socks, polymer clay cucumber with acrylic paint color.
Holy Touch Alex Nauth: Faux leather hat and pants with felt jacket and kneepads, painted hat details.
Holy Touch Loren Turner: Beaded top with ribbon-edged jean jacket and red “Converse.”
Holy Touch Daisy Caplan: Faux fur jacket along with metal-studded top and sequin-detailed jeans.
Holy Touch Sky White: Faux fur beard (haha), top with beaded wrist detail, recycled juniors’ top samurai pants, and synthetic shoulder “pelt.”
Holy Touch Aaron McVeigh: "Button down" shirt from recycled juniors’ top, hand-knit scarf, embellished jeans, and acrylic fabric white "leather" shoes.
Holy Touch Eric Nally: Faux patent leather boots, hand-printed top, and denim buttoned jumpsuit.
The “new” Eric plushie was based upon the Tragic Thrill music video, from Foxy Shazam’s newest album, GON5O, which can be downloaded FOR FREE! The other 6 plushies were based off of the Holy Touch music video from the band’s previous album, The Church of Rock and Roll.

guys seriously check these out i want all of them
Zoom Info
kaitie-shazam:

FOXY SHAZAM GON5O AND HOLY TOUCH PLUSHIES
A few days ago, I totally bragged hinted that I’d be releasing my newest project to the world today. For those of you who keep up with me and my love for the band Foxy Shazam, you’ll probably remember that, back in December, I created a plushie (my name for a sewn doll) for the band’s singer, Eric, that went over pretty well and was tweeted by the band shortly after. Both the band’s and the internet’s response was overwhelming, so I decided that I would create a full set for the band, as well as an updated plushie to reflect Eric’s new look.
After around six months of on and off work in most of my spare time, I finally completed the entire set of 7 plushies. To start off with, each plushie can take me anywhere from 15-21 hours to complete. I use a modified version of a few different free-use plushie patterns to make the bodies, but other than that, the clothing, hair, and accessory patterns are my own.
These plushies are made out of deersuede fabric for the bodies/skin, short-pile fur faux fur for the hair, and mostly recycled clothing for their outfits. Most of the faces and tattoos are created with iron on transfers, which my awesome sister Juliana digitally painted and printed for me. The newer Eric plushie (in purple) has a hand-embroidered face. All of the sewing was done entirely by hand, as these are much too small to complete on a machine (plus, let’s be honest, I suck with a sewing machine).  Aaron’s scarf and Eric’s socks were hand knit with embroidery thread on size zero knitting needles. As for size/scale, each plushie is around 6 to 6.5 inches tall, so they’re actually pretty small, which is good because I carried six at once!
I finished these just in time for the Foxy show in Detroit yesterday (6/22/14), and I was absolutely thrilled to give them to the guys! All of them were super excited, but I think Sky’s reaction was my favorite — walking around for a bit with it down the neck of his shirt (because he didn’t have any other way to carry it around) as if it were his young! 
From top to bottom:
GON5O Eric Nally: Hand-embroidered face, kool-aid dyed denim jeans, hand-knit socks, polymer clay cucumber with acrylic paint color.
Holy Touch Alex Nauth: Faux leather hat and pants with felt jacket and kneepads, painted hat details.
Holy Touch Loren Turner: Beaded top with ribbon-edged jean jacket and red “Converse.”
Holy Touch Daisy Caplan: Faux fur jacket along with metal-studded top and sequin-detailed jeans.
Holy Touch Sky White: Faux fur beard (haha), top with beaded wrist detail, recycled juniors’ top samurai pants, and synthetic shoulder “pelt.”
Holy Touch Aaron McVeigh: "Button down" shirt from recycled juniors’ top, hand-knit scarf, embellished jeans, and acrylic fabric white "leather" shoes.
Holy Touch Eric Nally: Faux patent leather boots, hand-printed top, and denim buttoned jumpsuit.
The “new” Eric plushie was based upon the Tragic Thrill music video, from Foxy Shazam’s newest album, GON5O, which can be downloaded FOR FREE! The other 6 plushies were based off of the Holy Touch music video from the band’s previous album, The Church of Rock and Roll.

guys seriously check these out i want all of them
Zoom Info
kaitie-shazam:

FOXY SHAZAM GON5O AND HOLY TOUCH PLUSHIES
A few days ago, I totally bragged hinted that I’d be releasing my newest project to the world today. For those of you who keep up with me and my love for the band Foxy Shazam, you’ll probably remember that, back in December, I created a plushie (my name for a sewn doll) for the band’s singer, Eric, that went over pretty well and was tweeted by the band shortly after. Both the band’s and the internet’s response was overwhelming, so I decided that I would create a full set for the band, as well as an updated plushie to reflect Eric’s new look.
After around six months of on and off work in most of my spare time, I finally completed the entire set of 7 plushies. To start off with, each plushie can take me anywhere from 15-21 hours to complete. I use a modified version of a few different free-use plushie patterns to make the bodies, but other than that, the clothing, hair, and accessory patterns are my own.
These plushies are made out of deersuede fabric for the bodies/skin, short-pile fur faux fur for the hair, and mostly recycled clothing for their outfits. Most of the faces and tattoos are created with iron on transfers, which my awesome sister Juliana digitally painted and printed for me. The newer Eric plushie (in purple) has a hand-embroidered face. All of the sewing was done entirely by hand, as these are much too small to complete on a machine (plus, let’s be honest, I suck with a sewing machine).  Aaron’s scarf and Eric’s socks were hand knit with embroidery thread on size zero knitting needles. As for size/scale, each plushie is around 6 to 6.5 inches tall, so they’re actually pretty small, which is good because I carried six at once!
I finished these just in time for the Foxy show in Detroit yesterday (6/22/14), and I was absolutely thrilled to give them to the guys! All of them were super excited, but I think Sky’s reaction was my favorite — walking around for a bit with it down the neck of his shirt (because he didn’t have any other way to carry it around) as if it were his young! 
From top to bottom:
GON5O Eric Nally: Hand-embroidered face, kool-aid dyed denim jeans, hand-knit socks, polymer clay cucumber with acrylic paint color.
Holy Touch Alex Nauth: Faux leather hat and pants with felt jacket and kneepads, painted hat details.
Holy Touch Loren Turner: Beaded top with ribbon-edged jean jacket and red “Converse.”
Holy Touch Daisy Caplan: Faux fur jacket along with metal-studded top and sequin-detailed jeans.
Holy Touch Sky White: Faux fur beard (haha), top with beaded wrist detail, recycled juniors’ top samurai pants, and synthetic shoulder “pelt.”
Holy Touch Aaron McVeigh: "Button down" shirt from recycled juniors’ top, hand-knit scarf, embellished jeans, and acrylic fabric white "leather" shoes.
Holy Touch Eric Nally: Faux patent leather boots, hand-printed top, and denim buttoned jumpsuit.
The “new” Eric plushie was based upon the Tragic Thrill music video, from Foxy Shazam’s newest album, GON5O, which can be downloaded FOR FREE! The other 6 plushies were based off of the Holy Touch music video from the band’s previous album, The Church of Rock and Roll.

guys seriously check these out i want all of them
Zoom Info

kaitie-shazam:

FOXY SHAZAM GON5O AND HOLY TOUCH PLUSHIES

A few days ago, I totally bragged hinted that I’d be releasing my newest project to the world today. For those of you who keep up with me and my love for the band Foxy Shazam, you’ll probably remember that, back in December, I created a plushie (my name for a sewn doll) for the band’s singer, Eric, that went over pretty well and was tweeted by the band shortly after. Both the band’s and the internet’s response was overwhelming, so I decided that I would create a full set for the band, as well as an updated plushie to reflect Eric’s new look.

After around six months of on and off work in most of my spare time, I finally completed the entire set of 7 plushies. To start off with, each plushie can take me anywhere from 15-21 hours to complete. I use a modified version of a few different free-use plushie patterns to make the bodies, but other than that, the clothing, hair, and accessory patterns are my own.

These plushies are made out of deersuede fabric for the bodies/skin, short-pile fur faux fur for the hair, and mostly recycled clothing for their outfits. Most of the faces and tattoos are created with iron on transfers, which my awesome sister Juliana digitally painted and printed for me. The newer Eric plushie (in purple) has a hand-embroidered face. All of the sewing was done entirely by hand, as these are much too small to complete on a machine (plus, let’s be honest, I suck with a sewing machine).  Aaron’s scarf and Eric’s socks were hand knit with embroidery thread on size zero knitting needles. As for size/scale, each plushie is around 6 to 6.5 inches tall, so they’re actually pretty small, which is good because I carried six at once!

I finished these just in time for the Foxy show in Detroit yesterday (6/22/14), and I was absolutely thrilled to give them to the guys! All of them were super excited, but I think Sky’s reaction was my favorite — walking around for a bit with it down the neck of his shirt (because he didn’t have any other way to carry it around) as if it were his young! 

From top to bottom:

  • GON5O Eric Nally: Hand-embroidered face, kool-aid dyed denim jeans, hand-knit socks, polymer clay cucumber with acrylic paint color.
  • Holy Touch Alex Nauth: Faux leather hat and pants with felt jacket and kneepads, painted hat details.
  • Holy Touch Loren Turner: Beaded top with ribbon-edged jean jacket and red “Converse.”
  • Holy Touch Daisy Caplan: Faux fur jacket along with metal-studded top and sequin-detailed jeans.
  • Holy Touch Sky White: Faux fur beard (haha), top with beaded wrist detail, recycled juniors’ top samurai pants, and synthetic shoulder “pelt.”
  • Holy Touch Aaron McVeigh: "Button down" shirt from recycled juniors’ top, hand-knit scarf, embellished jeans, and acrylic fabric white "leather" shoes.
  • Holy Touch Eric Nally: Faux patent leather boots, hand-printed top, and denim buttoned jumpsuit.

The “new” Eric plushie was based upon the Tragic Thrill music video, from Foxy Shazam’s newest album, GON5O, which can be downloaded FOR FREE! The other 6 plushies were based off of the Holy Touch music video from the band’s previous album, The Church of Rock and Roll.

guys seriously check these out i want all of them

so who all is lucky enough to be visited by the gonzo tour?

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