Top 11 DIY Fashion Blogs. Update 7/23/12: Hey guys!
I wrote this post in February of 2011 and since then I’ve discovered lots more awesome DIY blogs! Either there are tons of new ones popping up or I didn’t even know how much great stuff was out there. Keep sharing them in the comments, I love checking each one out! These are in no particular order. I mean, how could I *possibly* rank them? Honestly… WTF.
Kendin Yap - Do It Yourself (DIY) - TurkeyForum Community. DIY Chainmail Necklace. You’ll need: Start by separating the jump rings into two halves: 175 open and 175 closed.
Thread three closed jump rings onto an open jump ring. Close the ring. Spread the three rings apart, with the rings looking exactly as shown below. The bottom ring will be the end of the necklace and the top two rings, which are spread open over the middle ring, will be where the chain mail begins. Keeping the rings in place with your forefinger and thumb, take an open jump ring and hook it through the front side of the two rings.
Add 2 closed rings to the open ring and close. Spread the two rings apart in the same way as the first set of rings. Add 2 closed rings and close. To add an optional fourth row, lay the necklace flat and hook an open ring through first and second closed rings on the right side. DIY Chindi Reindeer. The moment I spotted these colorfully wrapped reindeer and moose at Anthropologie last December, I knew I had to DIY it for HonestlyWTF this holiday season.
Created in the style of vibrant Chindi rugs from Jaipur, India, these wrapped reindeer are incredibly fun to make, are a clever way to repurpose old t-shirts, and make fabulous gifts! You’ll need:paper mache reindeer or any other animal1 yard total of various colors of cotton or wool jersey2 small brown pom pomshot glue gunlots of glue sticksscissorsjingle bells (optional)string (optional) Start by cutting the fabric, along the width, into 1″ strips. For a medium sized paper mache object, 26-30 strips should suffice. Pull at both ends of each strip of jersey. Beginning in the middle of the torso will serve as the guideline. Continue twisting, glueing, and wrapping. As the rope begins to runs out, tie a knot at the end. Keep wrapping and again, follow the contours of the reindeer.
Make your own: Designer clothes and accessories. The DIY Clothes Pool. Make Clothes and Accessories. When you make your own clothing and accessories, your style is truly like no other.
DIY fashion is often quite easy to accomplish, and the satisfaction of saying 'I made it!' Is priceless. Start with some easy projects and advice. DIY style can happen in a matter of minutes. Obsessions. Beauty Bites post + photography + graphic design by Norah Curlee Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but let’s face it, in the mornings we’d rather spend what little time we have getting the perfect lash curl or tousled wave.
Sorry beauties, but lack of time is no excuse to reach for Tony the Tiger or Toucan Sam…not when we have this super easy cereal swap that you can make in advance and crunch on all week! Most importantly, it’s not what you can do for this cereal, but what this cereal can do for YOU, aka tons of benefits! Made with crunchy quinoa + coconut and sweetened with a bit o’ honey and dash of spicy cinnamon, you won’t miss the cartoon cardboard box…trust! Tip: After mixing all your ingredients, spread on a baking sheet in an even layer before popping into an oven for maximum golden crunch! The main attraction of this breakfast bowl is the super grain: quinoa. Kırık Güzellik Ürünleri düzeltmek için 4 alışkanlıklar! Our sweet friend Brittainy Hall from BrittsBeautyBag is here again today to share more beauty secrets and tips with us.
Make Up and beauty products can really help us get through our day sometimes, especially when we're having a bad morning! BlogHer. 7 Steps for a Home-Made Lip Balm … Finding a good lip balm is something that I personally struggle with.
If you’re prone to dry lips you might be able to relate; a lot of the products on the market purport to be nourishing, but in reality they feel good for about five minutes before evaporating and leaving you with skin that’s even more parched than before. If you do battle to find a good lip maintenance salve, you might be keen to try concocting your own. To get you on the right track, I’ve put together this list of 7 steps for a home-made lip balm.
Try to get hold of the best quality beeswax you can find. How to transfer a photo to fabric. Did you know you can transfer photos to fabric without using iron-on sheets?
I love this technique. It's simple to execute and the end results are really pretty. It's another method for hand printing! I made some fabrics the other day and used them to add pockets to one of my wool skirts. Do you want to learn to transfer photos to fabric? Supplies Needed: Fabric (I used white quilting cotton), Gel Medium (I used this kind from Liquidex), Paint Brush and the image you want to transfer. How to transfer a photo to fabric: 1. Note: Don't be alarmed if your transfer isn't completely perfect. ReStyle a vintage cardigan!
Kinsey and I came up with a super sweet idea for restyling a vintage cardigan!
You can make it into a cute jumper. This piece is great for winter layering with ruffle blouses, tights, boots and scarves! Enjoy... Step 1. We took a cardigan and cut it off right under the sleeves. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5.