DIY :: Canada Day Shorts

DIY :: Canada Day Shorts

 What you need: Tulip glitter (I end up using just the silver glitter spray), Tulip red fabric paint paint brush shorts Canada flag tracer (if needed) Steps: I made a Canada flag tracer out of sticker paper by printing it off the computer and cutting it out. If you can free hand this, even better Spray the red fabric paint or use a paint brush and paint on the fabric paint. Peel off the sticker, and spray the Tulip glitter spray all over&…
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DIY Studded Cardigan

DIY Studded Cardigan

When I spotted the studded cardigan that Sarah Michelle Gellar was wearing on the 1st season of The Crazy Ones, with Robin Williams, this DIY instantly popped into my head. I’ve had this old H&M cardigan for a while and just didn’t know what to do with it – until now! Anyone can do this DIY, and be creative. You don’t need to use a cardigan, try an old blazer, jacket, sweater or even T-shirt. So go to your …
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DIY :: Lace Leg Warmers

DIY :: Lace Leg Warmers

What You Need: Leg Warmers Lace Scissors Fabric Glue 1. Measure out two pieces of lace that will wrap around the top of the leg warmer. 2. Apply a thin layer of glue to the top, place lace on top. 3. Flip the leg warmer over, and add another thin layer of glue on the top. 4. If there is extra fabric, wrap it around the leg warmer again or cut off the extra. 5. Repeat with other leg warmer.  
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DIY :: Leather Accent

DIY :: Leather Accent

Sorry, I don’t have step by step photos of this DIY, my memory card stopped working and the photos were stuck on that. Luckily a new memory card is cheap and this DIY is easy to explain. This plaid shirt was donated to me and I instantly knew what I wanted to do with it. Using left over leather material I had from making this leather skirt i cut two equal pieces that would cover the top of the shoulder on each …
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DIY :: Crop Top Chambray

DIY :: Crop Top Chambray

Using one of my boyfriends old dress shirts, I easily converted it into a new crop top. Chambray has been all the range I was pumped when he said he did not want this shirt anymore!  Before. To begin I used a seam ripper and took off the arms as shown below.  Lay your shirt out and mark where you would like to crop it. I put mine on and made a small mark with chalk and then took off the shirt and&…
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DIY :: Army Inspired Blazer

DIY :: Army Inspired Blazer

I got this jacket from one of my moms friends and I fell in love with the leather accents to the pockets. It was slightly to big for me, so just like this DIY I took in the sides and arms a bit. For this DIY I was inspired by all the army/green jackets that I’ve been seeing especially as Zara and H&M that have beautiful gem touches on them. Using my left over gems that the wonderful people …
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DIY :: Taking in a Blazer & Adding Ombre

DIY :: Taking in a Blazer & Adding Ombre

First part of this DIY is to take in the blazer and to start that use a sean ripper and remove the arms from the blazer. If your blazer already fits, you can skip all these steps! Yay! Mark how much you want to take in the arm, pin along those lines and sew. Cut off the excess material if needed. Next is to take in the sides, do the same thing as the arms – mark, pin and sew, cut of excess…
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DIY :: Jean Jacket Vest

DIY :: Jean Jacket Vest

This is an old jacket that my mom had stored away for ages and was about to throw out! With a few couple steps, I turned it into a new Jean Vest for myself. First I started up using a seam ripper and taking off the sleeves. Hem the arms if you want a cleaner edge. Take your fabric and cut out an outline of the area you want to cover. Make sure you leave about half an inch more on all edges&…
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