There are still people that spell it “Mable”, despite the fact that her name is spelled out not only in the opening credits of EVERY EPISODE, but also on TWO of her sweaters.
paperjamjam: *empties suitcase over your head*
That aside I ... just .... hi i like your art
Damn. Off the wagon again.
But also - hello, and thank you! :D
I would like to take a moment to point out how actually kind of horrifying it is that Mabel bedazzled her face.
For one, the Bedazzler does not look like a gun. It looks more like a sewing machine.
In order to Bedazzle your face, your face would have to fit between the metal plate that holds the setting, and the top part that presses in the jewel.
Even the Bedazzler Mini could not accomplish this, as you would literally have to have that little setting-holder piece under your flesh when applying the jewel.
I guess that’s fine if you want to Bedazzle your cheeks, but good luck with your forehead.
The old Bedazzler custom hand tool could better accomplish actually Bedazzling your face:
It was made for maneuverability, i.e. to apply studs that were odd shapes, or too large to fit into the Bedazzler machine.
However, there’s just one other thing, though - and really, it’s the most important thing.
Bedazzling does not just glue rhinestones to things. It doesn’t just neatly stick them on.
It punctures things into fabric.
And these are what hold the jewel on from the underside of the fabric.
The Bedazzler merely curls the points of the setting around the jewel more efficiently than a hand tool.
Mabel didn’t wince because something glued to her face popped off when she blinked.
She winced because she PUNCTURED THROUGH HER OWN GODDAMN EYELIDS.
Let us just hope, for Mabel’s sake, that maybe the show’s “Bezazzler” gun only glues rhinestones on.