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Guest post by Rachael at Talk 2 the Trees . The perfect dress is hard to come by. I like my dresses to be cheap, and long enough.
You still have until tomorrow, July 22 to enter my first blogiversary giveaway ! Get your entries in! Have you guys heard of Pinterest ? Pinterest is a virtual “pinboard” that allows you to visually bookmark images from all over the internet. You can sort your images onto separate pinboards to share them with friends and other pinners. It’s really fun and has been a great way for me to organize photos for fashion and home inspiration, as well as links to all the fabulous DIY tutorials I find and want to file away for a rainy day.
A few weeks ago, the Coachella Music Festival was here in California. Afterwards, I loved looking at photos of Coachella-goer fashion – they look so effortless and rock & roll! I have been meaning to post some new t-shirt makeovers and Coachella fashion is the perfect inspiration! This tutorial uses the same technique that was seen in my braided neck t-shirt makeover from a few months ago (fun fact, that is my most popular post ever and has been viewed almost twenty thousand times!). This is a great example of how you can take one idea or technique and create an entirely new project.
Step Three Now we are ready to bleach the shirt, but first it is important that we get the appropriate bleach to water ratio. If you do not have enough bleach your design will look muted, or you will have to spray the design multiple times. If you have too much bleach it will weaken the fibers of the shirt and it will start to tear after only a few washes. For this design I use a ratio of 70% Water and 30% Bleach. My spray bottle has marking at every 100ml so I added300ml of Javex bleach and 700ml of water.
photo credit Skirts and dresses are still hot for fall, and what could be better than a cute new skirt that you crafted yourself? This project is perfect for first-timers, it’s straight forward and pretty forgiving for those who aren’t sewing aces just yet. Materials: Fabric Safety pins Sewing machine
Hello U-Create readers! I am so excited to be guest posting here today. It just so happens to be my first guest post and I'm still a little shocked that it's here at Ucreate, one of my favorite blogs! A little bit about me.. I'm from a little town called Keller, Texas. I'm a junior at Texas A&M University (whoop!).
Réservé aux princesses d’un jour, pour carnaval ou un anniversaire de mini-starlettes, le grand tutu des ballerines qu’ont envie tant, sort de son carcan rose ou pastel, pour des teintes plus exotiques : jaune fluo, noir profond, marron à paillettes et autres teintes plus flashy et extravagantes. A l’aide d’une paire de ciseaux, d’un peu de tulle, d’un élastique et de ruban, on peut facilement se fabriquer le notre et le personnaliser selon ses envies du moment. C’est cool ! Galerie photos : Et pour les pressées, vous pouvez faire un tour du côté de la boutique Etsy de Zachary Dickory Dock qui propose de jolis tutus pour enfants.
This fun and easy scarf DIY top would be adorable over a pair of shorts in the Summer! You can also wear it as a halter, if you instead turn the scarf from square in front of your body to diamond shape with corner at your neck and working out with safety pins from there. * Notes * * EASILY do this exact DIY with an old T-shirt ...which I am going to do as well. * If you're a pro ...you can easily create the exact pattern of the Vena Cava top in any silk fabric. OR remove the straps of a camisole you already have and replace them with safety pins. * If using a silk scarf, know that pins will leave minor holes so use a scarf you're probably not going to use again otherwise. * The folds in the front give boobies an extra layer so they are not at all exposed if going bra-less ...also they will not fall out of this top UNLESS a safety pin comes undone ...but what are the odds of that?