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Anthropologie squeezebox top DIY & sponsorship

Anthropologie squeezebox top DIY & sponsorship
before i get to my DIY project, I have 2 updates. first is, with receiving over 150,000 page views last month and highs of over 12,000 page views per day, i've decided to take in sponsors! i'd love to sponsor you so please email me for rates at: sarahmchoi{at}gmail.com and one of my DIY's was used for a window display at Lily & Iris, a guess which one it is? isn't it exciting? and now on to my DIY project this week: inspiration: squeezebox top from anthropologie $48 picture from an anthropologie review blog. i think i literally gasped when i saw this top online. i instantly fell in love and knew i had to have it! i bought 2 white shirts, one in xs which is my size and one in large. i got the large shirt in round neck for more fabric while i got the xs in a scoopneck. you'll need: 2 shirts scissors matching thread pins estimated time: 1-2 hrs. project cost: very reasonable(mine was $8 for both shirts) skill level: advanced beginner to intermediate 3. take one of the piece and begin making the pleates. 4.

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