Hi there! I made a hand stamped pony print dress this week. It was so much fun and something that you can do on any skill level! The best part is that the end result is a custom dress that's one of a kind! To stamp my dress I used this method . If you've never made a foam stamp read this how-to .
There’s more to Los Angeles than celebrity gossip, red-carpet glamour and surfing – its fashion scene is booming, and influential talent emerging. Discover the cooler side of the City of Angels, and the style secrets of its new generation. Picture Los Angeles in your mind, and you might think of Lindsay Lohan or Jennifer Aniston sitting pretty by the pool.
Posted by Cathy on Sunday, June 3, 2012 · 12 Comments If a basic T shirt is a must have for any wardrobe, then a basic T shirt dress is a must have for Summer. This simple DIY tutorial will show you how to turn a basic t shirt into a cute Summer dress. To see step by step instructions and photos click here.
Posted by Cathy on Monday, May 28, 2012 · 53 Comments Even though the temperature is rising, you don’t have to compromise comfort or style. The lazy days of Summer are almost here.
Posted by Cathy on Friday, June 15, 2012 · 8 Comments This DIY Neon Rhinestone Belt is a super simple way to add a pop of color to a neutral outfit while also adding a personal touch. Add a little sparkle to your day with this DIY Neon Rhinestone Belt.
When I first saw the Merino Cambon Cardigan, I was drawn to the contrast detailing as well as the color combination of black and tan. I tried it on in store ( see post here ) but the fit wasn't ideal and the price wasn't good enough to justify buying it. I remembered that I had an old tan sweater at home so I decided to try DIY'ing my own. J. Crew Merino Cambon Cardigan and my DIY version
Remember the sweater I turned into a cardigan about a month ago? Well, I couldn't leave well enough alone and had to mess with it some more. Actually, I loved it as it was but it was the best option for this fun Valentine's Day sweater that has been causing me sleepless nights... The project is pretty straight forward...Cut some hearts out of felt and sew them on the collar of a cardigan. You don't really need more direction than that. I used some National Nonwovens red wool felt.
You don’t need yellow diamonds to let your inner light shine…a little bit of epoxy is reason enough to add a sparkling addition to your batch of spring baubles! Add a sweet accent to your look with a simple yet bold pop of glittery gold. Get on board and see for yourself why all that glitters is glam. To create, mix the two-part epoxy clay with your fingers. Find a setting that suits your style - we opted for a multi-prong setting .
Well I think this post might finally prove my addiction for spray paint, as well as quick & cheap make-overs! Here’s what happened in about 30 minutes this weekend: How FUN is that?! I’ve had these flats around for a few years now…got them for under $10, and they used to be cute. But I’ve worn them so much now, that they were just not wearable for work anymore because they were so beat up.
My favorite piece from the Comfy-Chic Anthro-Inspired Ensemble (my entry for Round One of Crafting with the Stars ) was the jacket. I took this large, shapeless sweatshirt from Goodwill And turned it into this super cute jacket My inspiration came (loosely) from Anthropologie’s Swept Swag Sweatshirt . Wanna know how I made this comfy and cute top? I liked how the Swept Swag Sweatshirt had the curve and connected at the shoulder.
Dec 4 So pinterest. I’m not that late to the party. Did you know that the creator (the “Ben” you get emails from) went to my high school (Rough Riders!) and I know his sister? True and true.
Sandals can get expensive. Dressing up a pair of cheap flip flops will not only save you money, but will give you a completely original look. I spent a total of $2.50 on these using dollar store flip-flops and repurposed beads .
Want to create your own glitter shoes!?!?! What you'll need! • Mod Podge (about 2 ounces) • Glitter (any color, about 2 ounces) • Foam Brush • Clear Glaze Spray ( a few sprays) • Pair of plain flats (and color will do)