denim messanger bag
I spent last week sailing in the British Virgin Islands with 16 family members aboard two Catamarans. I wish I could tell you that I learned to sail, but mostly I laid in the sun and enjoyed the ride! Before leaving for the trip, I decided to make myself a beach tote that could get damp, sandy or salty. Inspired by a denim tote by Built by Wendy from a few seasons back, I cut up a few pairs of my old jeans, and sewed up a tote. built by wendy my denim tote denim vacation tote
Ökokott valge õmblusega This week, we're embroidering all kinds of shit. See yesterday's pin board project here . Today, let's embroider a tote bag.
Print Your Own Fabric Guest post by Karina from Maple Ash and Oak Hello there, I am Karina from Maple Ash and Oak. Here I will show you a simple and inexpensive way to create your very own fabric pieces. No need for large screens, squeegees, and emulsion. Beautiful prints can be created with simple methods and materials.
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We almost lost our marbles when we first spotted these scalloped white Louis Vuitton collars on the runway. And so when Lucky Magazine asked us to create a tutorial for their November issue, DIYing Peter Pan collars was an absolute no-brainer. Crisp, feminine, and perfect for fall, who would have thought Neverland could look so chic?
Canvas Peter Pan Collar So Peter Pan collars are a pretty big trend right now, and I really love them. I'm just glad it's socially acceptable for girls over the age of 6 to wear them now! A fun way to wear them is as a statement necklace like this one, to hip-up any plain shirt.