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T-Shirt Sleeve Refashioned to a Cute, Easy Headband. My sewing machine is having problems.

T-Shirt Sleeve Refashioned to a Cute, Easy Headband

Who could have predicted that the ultra-bargain machine I bought 4 years ago on clearance at Walmart wouldn't last forever? I couldn't. I feel very betrayed by this unexpected turn of events--we've always gotten along so nicely. I'm torn between my love for it (the sweet memories! DIY TUTORIAL and a giveaway! - StumbleUpon.

Happy Monday everyone!

DIY TUTORIAL and a giveaway! - StumbleUpon

Today I am going to show you how to make this necklace and introduce my first giveaway! Below are the steps to make this tulle necklace. And to win this necklace, just leave me a comment below! A winner will be announced on Friday. Good luck! Step 1: Pick out your fabric and beads. Step 2: Measure the fabric around a bead and then add an inch, this is where you will cut. Step 3: Cut the fabric the long way. Step 4: You should now have a long strip of fabric. Step 5: Sew the folded fabric at the open end. Step 6: You should now have a tube. Step 7: In order to turn the tube right side out, attach a safety pin to one end. Step 8: Feed the safety pin through the tube. Step 9: Once the tube is right side out, put a bead in the tube and center it.

Step 10: Make a knot at each end of the bead. Step 11: Feed another bead into the tube and knot after the bead. Step 12: Sew the ends shut. Step 13: Add flower by gathering strips of the fabric together and sewing the center together. McLaughlin Designs · DIY: Feather Extensions. LED Hair Pins. So I have two battery holders made following this instructable.

LED Hair Pins

I made the top side a little flatter so that the LED and rhinestones fit on. I tied a small (2-3cm) piece of conductive thread to each of the leads on the LED. I then glued the sequin LED to the centre top part of the battery holder with Krazy Glue. Try not to get any glue on the thread as it seems to impede conductance*. When the glue is dry, tie the two threads to the appropriate pole of the battery holder and trim the excess thread off. *Actually the hard part was to not get any Krazy Glue on your fingers, those sequin LEDs are really tiny. How to make a Ribbon Rosette (tutorial) - Celebrities, Kids Clothing, Influential Mom Blogger#more-30356.

10.8K Amazing Shares Facebook 4 Pin It Share 51 51 Twitter 11 Google+ 1 StumbleUpon 10.8K Email -- Email to a friend 10.8K Amazing Shares × I should honestly name this How to NOT make a Ribbon Rosette, because I made about 4 million mistakes before I found something that would qualify in the category of “working”.

How to make a Ribbon Rosette (tutorial) - Celebrities, Kids Clothing, Influential Mom Blogger#more-30356

After all these mistakes, which undoubtedly you have been there if you found this post, i thought it would be beneficial to share what didn’t work (atleast for me), but perhaps inspire you to try a new direction. Here are my attempts to make a variety of Rosettes, although if you want a simpler craft, you can try my how to make a tutu instead! Working with tulle was so much easier than ribbon. HA! A Little Mistletoe « pinksuedeshoe. Its’ the last day of A Handmade Christmas , and for my last project I am sharing a little DIY mistletoe love.

A Little Mistletoe « pinksuedeshoe

Because who doesn’t need more kisses in their life? Growing up we had mistletoe hanging in the kitchen doorway year round. I absolutely loved it. Laced Bunny Ears. I thought Maison Michel's laced bunny ears are so effin adorable on lady gg & the olsens.

Laced Bunny Ears

So, I experimented and made a diy version of my own. I'd definitely pick these laced ones over the traditional bunny ears for Halloween any day. Items needed: black headband, wire, scissors, black lace, needle, thread Bend wire to the shape of bunny ears. Lay the molded wire on top of the lace and stitch both pieces together. Cut along wired border. Wrap both bunny ears to headband. fin. photo credit: nm//maison michel. DIY Vintage Ribbon Belt & Headband. I picked up this vintage ribbon with a beautiful mustard yellow and green pattern.

DIY Vintage Ribbon Belt & Headband

With some leftovers from this project, I used the jersey knit and sewed a length on either end of my cut ribbon. It’s great because I made it originally just for my hair, but it also fits around my waist, so I can wear it either way! I’m off to go volunteer at a local school this morning. I started last week mentoring a 2nd grader to help her improve her reading skills. She’s so sweet, and I can’t wait to see her again! Have a great weekend everyone!