DIY :: Circle Skirt

DIY :: Circle Skirt

Shirt: H&M / Skirt: DIY / Scarf: Marshalls / Leggings: eBay / Wedges: Aldo Over the weekend I went to my local fabric store and went a bit crazy….the main purpose of the trip was to find some brown fabric to make a circle skirt to finish off my Halloween costume to wear this coming weekend…any guesses on what I’m being? I also picked up some awesome winter printed fabrics that I was gushing over, that you probably saw first on Instagram …
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DIY :: Glitter Suede Booties

DIY :: Glitter Suede Booties

Inspiration: DIY: Tulip is one of my go to craft brands, they have everything and it’s excellent quality. And no Tulip is not endorsing this post lol. Couple weeks ago I saw a pair of glitter sided pumps in LouLou Magazine and instantly knew I had to try to make a pair with my $3.00, yes $3.00 shoes I found at Wal-Mart. What You Need: Shoes, Glitter, Tulip Glitter Bond, Make-up Sponge 1. Start by making a line of where you want your…
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We Heart This :: DIY Ombre Shirt

We Heart This :: DIY Ombre Shirt

My newest DIY for We Heart This is now up! Hope you guys can head over to the site and check it out. Be sure to check out the other make up reviews and everything else the site has to offer! This was a very simple DIY where you can get most of the supplies (minus the shirt) at your dollar store. I personally love dollar stores, we have a great one here in Canada called Dollarama, some items do go up to&…
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DIY :: Airbrush Clutch

DIY :: Airbrush Clutch

Remember when I said I was going to show you how to achieve an airbrushed look like in this post? I am excited to say I am very happy with my final results. I used these SprayZa Airbrush Marker Set that I found at a local store near my house. I was very interested to see how they worked. Basically you stick one of the markers into the grey holder (at the bottom to the right) and blow from the top. I am&…
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DIY :: Crop Collar Top

DIY :: Crop Collar Top

While watching TV one night I saw a music video (wish I remembered the name of it) but the girl was wearing this really cute crop top with a collar so instantly I new I had to try and make one of these shirts. I found this sleeveless dress shirt at a local thrift store for under $5.00 and off I went on a DIY adventure!  Thrifted sleeveless shirt  Put the shirt on a make a mark with chalk to your desired length…
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DIY :: No Sew Leather Mini Skirt

DIY :: No Sew Leather Mini Skirt

   High waisted leather skirt found at a 2nd hand store for 10 bucks.And with the extra fabric, you could make a cute leather clutch…not bad for $10.  Mark where you want to cut the skirt  Draw a line across  Cut off and use Fabric Fusion to hem (found at Michael’s-a local craft store) You can also hem by sewing if you’d like Volia!
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DIY :: Boyfriends Dress Shirt = New Skirt

DIY :: Boyfriends Dress Shirt = New Skirt

This is one of my boyfriends old dress shirts he never wears …half way though the project he decided to tell me he wanted it back…good thing he was joking because it was already chopped up a lot! Cut just under the sleeves Cut off the yoke of the shirt (the rest of the back) or you can use a sleeve. Cut into two pieces. Sew together the raw edges to make them a tube. Take one of the tubes and cut …
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DIY :: Open Lace Back T-Shirt

DIY :: Open Lace Back T-Shirt

I don’t have nay pictures of this but it was very simple! I had an old t-shirt with an open back already and never really wore it. I took some left over lace from when I made my Lace Heels and cut out a rough estimate of the whole in the shirt (leaving lots of extra on all ends just to be safe) I turned the shirt inside out and pinned it the lace around the area, sewed it and cut off …
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DIY :: Dollarama Chunky Stone Necklace

DIY :: Dollarama Chunky Stone Necklace

Inspiration I was at dollarama the other day and saw these plain wire necklaces and beautiful blue stones (they had multiple colors)  and immediately thought of a chunky necklace (at the cost of $2 bucks, even less if you consider you could make 2-3 necklaces out of all the material!!) Lay your stones in the order you want them and squeeze the super glue across them Put the wire necklace on top and make sure it is sitting in the glue.I had the …
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