Sunday, April 6, 2014
Friday, April 4, 2014
The Making of the Sherlock Holmes Book Purse.
Check out the Photo captions for instructions.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Sherlock Holmes Book Purse
It was insanely easy to make. I’ll post the “making of” after this.
Saturday, January 25, 2014
TARDIS Journal book-wallet made for a very dear friend. Upscaled from an old book.
Sunday, January 19, 2014
"I believe in Sherlock Holmes"
"Yeah, well that won’t bring him back."
Let’s talk a little about this scene. Sherlock’s mind referenced certain people as he was dying, but upon review they weren’t random. They were those who had kept him alive for the last two years.
Molly, the inside man.
Mycroft, the confidant.
And, Anderson? Yes, and it’s beautiful…
Anderson, the believer.
He kept Sherlock alive in the way we did. Not by being integral like Molly, or important like Mycroft, but by simply believing in him. By coming up with theories and starting a fan club all on the basis of believing that if anyone could defy death, it was Sherlock Holmes. So when Sherlock thought he was really going to die and that there was a minimal chance of survival - his mind palace also turned to Anderson. To the person who, despite all evidence to the contrary, believed he could survive.
Okay, THIS gave me chills.
Hehe, John is an addict who is addicted to Sherlock and the thrill of the chase ;D
Parallel things are parallel
At what point do we discuss…
'You did just kill a man.'
'Mmm. Not a very nice man.’
(Spoilers below the cut)
What this person said. OMG What. this. person. said.
It’s raining, it’s pouring
Sherlock is boring.
I’m laughing, I’m crying
Sherlock is dying.
Guys, I found a plot hole in Sherlock.
In the wedding episode, Sherlock references the Bloody Guardsmen as a recent case he and John took on. It is recent, because the flashbacks include wedding plans and Mary.
In Series 2 episode 1 john is typing this same blog entry up under the title “Sherlock Holmes Baffled”
WAY before Mary came into the picture. Okay, it’s more of a blog plot hole, but they did reference it on the episode.
Sunday, January 12, 2014
Why haven’t I seen people speculating about what A.G.R A might stand for yet?
A.G.R.A. was a reference to the original stories. Agra, India was where the treasure was located in the story that mary was involved in.
What a beautiful wedding
What a beautiful wedding, says a bridesmaid to a waiter
And yes, but what a shame
What a shame the poor best man is in love with the groom
I’d chime in with a haven’t you people ever heard of
No, It’s much better to face these kinds of things
with as sense of poise and rationality.