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If you plan to use this tutorial to make part of your halloween costume: I am about to show you how to tie dye your legs... or leggs really. Yeah, they're just stockings, but the result is still the same.
There’s something about hair accessories that just make me smile! I’m a total girly girl and love any excuse to get all dolled up. For me the hair accessories always seal the deal! The only problem is sometimes they can get rather expensive. So why not make them? I’ve rounded up some of the best hair accessories tutorials around the web.
How to make a Faux Metal Rope Bangle I am always on the hunt to find ways to make new DIY accessories. Tired of the same ol same ol friendship bracelets of fashion seasons past, I wanted to spice things up a bit. While I am still perfecting this technique, I am happy with the results so far and thought I would share the tutorial with you, even if I am still tweaking it. Hope you enjoy this quick tutorial on how to create a faux metal bangle bracelet with some twine and glue!
There are lots of "Emergency" supplies needed when you travel - emergency money, emergency credit card, emergency chocolate, emergency make-up, and emergency first aid supplies. I made up a small emergency zippered pouch for Sarah to take on her travels. It is perfectly sized to fit in her handbag/day pack to hold some travel essentials. With it's patchwork red cross, it is perfect for any emergency supply.
I hesitated typing in Minnie Mouse up there…but my husband calls my little girl minnie when she wears it. It’s fitting right? Remember the pants I made that match ? They’re my favorite. Absolute. I have officially become the mother that finds somewhere to go, just to dress my kids up.
I just adore headbands ! So today I’m featuring several tutorials on how to make headbands as well as headband hairstyles and darling girl hair do ideas. I hope they inspire you to make something pretty for yourself this weekend. How To Make Headbands 1. Petals and Pearls Headband - Leather and pearls give this headband the perfect blend of soft and strong.
Making a new headband is so fast and easy that it makes me feel very productive. This new one is slightly different from the last . Instead of braiding, I tried knotting it. Want to make one?
It's chilly outside here today and I'm loving it! I enjoyed every minute of reaching into the closet and pulling out soft cozy blankets, snuggling up on the couch with my blanket and laptop to check my e-mail this morning... Don't get me wrong, I'm not a fan of temps below 40 degrees, but a high of 65, I'll take it! Anyway.... on with the tutorial. Here is what we are making today! What you need- Thick hair tie Six 1" strips of fabric Bulldog clip or safety pin Sewing machine (or needle and thread) Fabric tac
colettepatterns.com Easy Ribbon : Use either a single decorative ribbon or two contrasting ribbons sewn together to make this sweet headband. Pleated Tutorial : A scrap of fabric and interfacing are gathered together then attached to an elastic headband with a felt piece for backing, embellished with pearls or buttons. theadventuresofroryandjess.blogspot.com
I have a never ending stack of scraps of fabric that I can’t seem to find any use for, but I don’t ever want to get rid off. I always think I’ll figure something to do with them and YEARS have gone by and the stack lays there, growing rapidly but never touched. Finally, for the first time I was so happy to find something to do with them after seeing someone wearing one of these!!! I made braided necklaces and headbands.
Supplies- Satin Ribbon-I used two different sizes but you don't have to. Large rhinestone pendant Assorted sizes of pearl beads Beading thread Thin lace trim First I started by beading the pearls onto the thread. I did a graduated beading to add some interest. I beaded the pearls with the thread still attached to the spool, this way I could make sure I had enough length.
I’ve always thought there was -something- that could be done with used guitar strings. At first I thought wire jewelry, but they don’t stay bent that easily. I figured it out though…fabric-covered bangle bracelets! You can use wire for these as well, but I like the guitar strings because they keep their shape easier.
Do you ever go out and all you want to take is your phone and maybe your keys and a credit card? But you don't have any pockets? This little wallet is the solution. It snugly fits your iPhone and a couple of cards, and I added a handy little clip for my keys.
Last month, Daniel's cousin told me about some infinity scarves that she made as gifts for people. Since then, I have been seeing them everywhere. I decided I needed to make one myself! I learned how to make this scarf from Sweet Verbena's tutorial found here . If my tutorial isn't clear, check out the one on her blog.
bows are fairly simple to make but I like to cut corners and save time any chance I get...who doesn't right? well here is a way to repurpose an old tie and make two new bows with very minimal sewing. I suppose you could do it a no sew way with just fabric glue but I have a hard time waiting for glue to dry.