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DIY Racerback Workout Shirt Tutorial

DIY Racerback Workout Shirt Tutorial
You can print the above and place it next to you while you cut! – Old t-shirt (I used my old college tshirt! We were Home of the Fighting Poets. – Pair of scissors TIME: 15 min 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. DONE! What a fab way to reuse old shirts as vintage gym fashion! Wear with a bright bra to make it pop! Oh and be sure to be the first to pin this to Pinterest! <3 Cassey Related:  Recycled ts

Can Can Dancer One of my friends recently got married, and I made a DIY basket full of goodies for them, since I'm a college student. lol One of the gifts I made them was soap. Everything I made them was teal, white and light green. I was going for a peaceful/beachy feel. I had some extra soap while in the process, so I whipped some up for myself, and my other friends and family. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. And you're done! And oh course I gave the pretty ones away, and kept the imperfect ones for myself, like always.

WobiSobi: No Sew, Tee-Shirt Halter #3, DIY I have the exciting opportunity to head to the beach for a couple of days, to relax and soak up a little of that beautiful Florida sunshine. I wanted to do one more halter top to take to wear with my jeans and this is what I came up with. It can be changed in so many ways let's just say this is a 3 in one shirt. Video Tutorial Things You Need. Tee-Shirt~ mine is a mens mediumScissorsChalk Front Cut where the red lines are. The back cut the red lines Back Cut down the middle of the back cut out.. Front after cutting NOTE* you cut one continuous line from the front to the back. Back After cutting now tie the front wrap around your neck and tie to the two straps in the back. If you want to trim off the excess off the straps. I am leaving mine so I can play and change it up some more.. or tie them into a bow. For those of you who need to watch it being made Like me Here is a video just for you:)Click me>VIDEO Just one more way to change up a Tee Shirt.. Happy Monday. Lots of <3,

Oscar De La Renta Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 Jewelry Collection I’m not really into jewelry but when I see such amazing pieces as ones presented in Oscar de la Renta Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 collection I forget about everything and focus on examining every single item. Oscar De La Renta Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 jewelry collection is inspired by Victorian times when ladies loved chic elaborate jewelry with beautiful stones in deep mesmerizing colors. The range includes large bracelets made of leather and gold, rings encrusted with red, emerald, aquamarine stones, and necklaces which can’t tear your eyes from – so wonderful they are. While Oscar De La Renta Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 jewelry collection is not generally for women who prefer minimalism there are pieces which could be interesting even for them, for example the pink bracelet, simple earrings in white and yellow gold and an unusual collar necklace. Other Fashionistas Searched For:

10 DIY Typographic Wall Art Ideas! Curbly-Original We're big on typography here at Curbly and when you combined that love with our love of DIY projects and our obsession with art, well... you get a trifecta of awesomeness! Here are ten of our favorite typographic DIY wall art ideas and projects. Feel free to let us know some of your faves in the comments! 1. Photo: Chris Gardner, Elise Blaha, Janny W. 2. 3. 4. Photo: Allison Hepworth, Amanda Wright 5. 6. 7. Photo: Chris Gardner, Sarah Rainwater 8. 9. 10. Tagged : Curbly-Original, How-To, Inspiration, Roundup, type, typography, wall art, typographic Material : fabric, glass & ceramics, metal, paint, paper, plastic, recycled, wood, yarn & string Design Style : colorful, contemporary, eclectic, mid-century modern, minimalist, rustic, scandanavian, traditional, transitional, vintage Techniques : crafting, Creative Reuse, Painting, Papercrafting, printmaking, Recycling & Upcycling, Sewing & Upholstery, woodworking Decor Element : accessories, wall art

Israel Egypt Tours | Fun For Less Tours | LDS Travel Tours Important Information We offer the best tours of Israel. We spend a full 7 days of touring all of the important sites. Our once in a lifetime tour includes all of the important sites in Israel: Here is a partial list of what you will see and experience: Jerusalem, The Sea of Galilee, Bethlehem, BYU Jerusalem Center, Nazareth, Garden of Gethsemane, Mount of Olives, The Garden Tomb, Mount of Beatitudes, Mt. Visiting the Holy Land is a life changing experience. You are already in the area so why not visit Egypt and Jordan while you are there. Don’t make this mistake: Do not try and visit Israel from a cruise ship. Page: 1 - 8 Results

Adventures in Natural Dyeing: Part I We've been having so much fun trying out different techniques for making our own fabrics! We've tried printing, Inkodye, fabric fun pens, photo transfers and home dyeing. Recently we tried out natural dyeing for the first time! Natural dyeing is using items found in nature (fruits, vegetables, insects, etc.) to color fabrics. It can be a lot of fun but the results are often quite inconsistent. 1. While the yellow onion skirt turned out really pretty our beet jersey scarf was a fail. Thanks for letting us share our first adventures with natural dyeing.

Vaciando el armario de mi novio - Emptying my boyfriend's closet ;) | 2nd Funniest Thing : Tutoriales, talleres DIY y reciclaje ninja En 1977 Iggy y Bowie colaboraron para crear unos de los temazos del rock más míticos, enérgicos y excéntricos: Lust for life. Dicen que estos dos pedazo de monstruos escribieron, grabaron y hasta mezclaron el álbum enterito en sólo 8 días, es simplemente alucinante... El DIY de hoy nos llevará mucho menos tiempo, servirá para tunear cualquier camiseta vieja (gracias amor por dejarme la tuya) y volverá locos a los rockeros más auténticos!! Olivia Palermo, Floral | Olivia Palermo - By Teresa Greenfeld - Every season, we compose our fashion shopping lists; the hottest, the must-haves, the face-social-exile-without-it items. We scour the stores, click endlessly through a bevy of bookmarked shopping sites, and finally, upon a job well done, we begin mentally creating outfits. We picture how great we’ll look in our bright Helmut Lang pants, 3.1 Phillip Lim top, and hot pink CC Skye bag or that Elizabeth and James dress (perfect for those studded Zara sandals). The inevitable problem with this? The trends that top our lists every season often vary so widely, resulting in what I like to call “fashion compartmentalization”. Jacket by Alberta Ferretti, jeans by Paige Premium Denim, handbag by Christian Dior, shoes by Alexander Birman In order to integrate our wardrobes, (and hopefully the accompanying personalities), learning to properly mix and match trends is essential. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Photos courtesy of Johannes Huebl

The Hospital Survival Kit for new mothers (with printables) Major life events tend to come in waves sometimes. After graduating from college, it seemed like everyone was getting hitched. I spent that summer working to afford the wedding gifts I needed to buy for the 7 weddings I attended and the 2 bridesmaid dresses I needed to buy for the ones I was in. After the weddings, a little time went by, I got married myself, then those friends whose weddings I went to started having babies And within a month of getting married, I was pregnant myself. After having 2 children at different hospitals, and spending a month and a half on hospital bed rest with my last (you can read more about that lovely experience HERE and HERE), I know there are a few things that new mothers don't necessarily think about packing for their stay. The Hospital Survival Kit - a bag full of those extra things that help make a new mother's stay at the hospital a little more tolerable. Then fill 'er up! Here are some ideas for things to include in the survival kit: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Questions To Ask A Guy, Random Questions, Questions To Ask Your Boyfriend, Interesting, Good, Personal, Fun, Nice Questions tutorial here is the tutorial you've requested for! inspiration: honeyed peplum skirt by anthropologie $258. savers was having a 50% off sale on MLK day so i got this navy blue pencil skirt for $2.50. i knew i could do something with the extra length so i bought it and the honeyed peplum skirt came to mind. before after the back let's make it! what you'll need: a mid-calf or longer skirt 4 buttons scissors matching thread sewing machine hand needle estimated time: 45 mins. skill level: a confident beginner or intermediate budget: very low. 1. try the skirt on and see how much you want to cut the bottom and cut. 2. cut off the lining(if it has one). 3. cut the strip in half. 4. cut a rounded shape on one side of the strip. repeat with the other strip to mirror the shape. 5. sew the bottom edges secure. 7. make two pleats in the front and two in the back. repeat with the other strip. (see the pictures to know how much to space out in between the pleats) 9. adjust the pleats accordingly so it goes around the skirt.

Ruffled Tube Top DIY If one is good then two is better. Heres a girlied up version of my previous post T-Shirt into Summer Top DIY. This time around its so simple, in less than an hour you can have a cute Summer top with minimal sewing. To see the step by step instructions and photos click here. 1 L or XL T ShirtElasticPinsScissorsSafety pinMeasuring tape or rulerSewing machine Step 1 Turn your tee inside out. Step 2 Fold the bottom hem of your tee over 5 ¾ inches and pin. Step 3 Using your sewing machine, sew a ½ inch seam on the top of your tee. Step 4 Attach your safety pin to one end of your elastic and feed it through your seam. Once your elastic is all the way through sew your 2 ends together and sew your seam closed. Step 5 Cut the neck off making a straight cut across what will now be the bottom of your top. Step 6 Cut the sleeves off of your tee. Step 7 Pin your sides and sew a straight seam down each of your sides. Trim the excess fabric off after you sew your seam.

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