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Triple Stud Ring – a little tough, a little sweet, a lot cool

Triple Stud Ring – a little tough, a little sweet, a lot cool
We’re so excited to continue to add to our amazing crew of writers at we heart this. Today, we want to give a big welcome to Kirsten, who will be sharing her crafty ways with the lucky wht readers every month. A fan of vintage everything (but especially shoes) with a love of art, music, beauty, fashion, she’s a wht chick after our own hearts! And make sure to check Kirsten’s blog, Studs and Pearls for tons of inspirational photographs, musical fun and loads more tutorials. ~ wht As many of you creative ladies know, studs and multi-finger rings are some of the most well loved fashion trends right now. My love of studs and my love of jewelry making crossed paths (along with inspiration from high end, designer multi-finger rings) – and the triple stud ring was born. all photos: kirsten for we heart this Supplies: • Glue gun (or an industrial strength glue such as E6000) • 3 pyramid studs • Jewelry pliers • 2 adjustable rings** ** Any kind of adjustable ring blank will do. Instructions:

Twister Rain Coat/ Trench Coat (oh, so pic obese) - CRAFTSTER CRAFT CHALLENGES So...this is my first challenge...and i was probably too ambitious...here's the story of my inspiration...I was looking at the challenge for this month...and I wasn't paying attention while eating ramen noodles...long story short...I spilled food on my shirt, grabbed the first clean shirt i saw (which happened to be my twister shirt...) and...that is where i got my inspiration...I found my old twister mat...then got to work on that saturday...The pattern i drafted in about an hour...minus the sleeves and hood...(I just made that pattern up as I went...) sorry i don't have any in-process pics and here are the finished pics... here you can see the sleeve...i used the twister at both ends to do both sleeves ooh. and you can kind of see how it is fullllllly lined andddd here you can see the back pleat thing and the hoooood... andddd more detail of the hood, and you can see the epic anchor lining and the pocket...it makes me smile haha and just because my friend is so awesome..she did this for me

365 days. 365 items of clothing. 365 dollars summery striped neon shirt . how to-sday I'm not typically one to jump on a trend, but I just so happened to have four little bottles of neon paint, and one thing just led to another... I'll pretend that every single one of you does love to follow trends, so guess what?! I've just made your day. You Need: shirtneon acrylic paintacrylic paint fabric additivecoarse bristled paintbrushthin masking tapeheavy cardboard 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Sailor's Knot Bracelets :: Etsy Blog With fall days of colored leaves, chunky sweaters and spiced cider in our future, it’s just about time to pack up the beach gear until next year. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be summer to rock these stylish (and easy to make) nautical bracelets. I’m Simone of Groundsel, and a member of Etsy New York Street Team team. So, read on, and get knotty… Supplies you’ll need: 3.5 yards of twine14 ounce can for a smaller bracelet or a 20 ounce can for a larger bracelet. Directions: Step 1: Wrap one end of the twine around the can to shape an X. Step 2: Wrap the long end of the twine around the can again and bring it up to the middle of the X. Step 3: Next, move the upper left leg of the X over the right leg of the X to create an oval shape. Step 4: Pull the long end of the twine through the oval shaped opening you just set up. Step 5: Turn the can a bit and you will see that the oval shape has created another X shape. Step 6: Repeat steps 3 through 5 until you get to the beginning of your project.

Turn an Empty Corner into a Storage-Packed Corner Desk GAGA BRA!! :) sooo, Ive become a little inspired by lady gaga, and all of her AMAZING clothes just make me want to create! This is a bra I saw in her Just Dance video, and I fell in love with it! so here is its, the GAGA BRA! or as my friends have named it: disco boobs! Edit:Just to answer a few questions, here are some details on how it was made/material costs- I got the bra on sale for $10 - I bought 2 disco balls from the dollar store for $2 (but only used one.. im a 36 C, so anyone bigger then that would need more because i used the wholeeee thing.) - I used super glue to attach them to the bra, and I used 4 tubes, for $4 The total cost was $16 dollars! some in the making shots with a shirt Im going to get a better shirt to wear with it, and I will post the action shots then, I just got so excited to share this! EDIT, here it is in action: Xo* ps here is the original gaga version:

Upcycled sweater boots (w/mini tutorial!) What do you get when you mix a cheap pair of flats, an old sweater, and lots of hot glue? Sweater boots!! Yay! I started with this: chopped off the sleeves, turned it inside out, and formed it to my foot. Hot glued it to a shoe, like so... flipped it right side out, and cut the bottom off the sweater to make a cuff.. Embroidered it.. Sewed it into a cuff that would flip out over the boot.. And now you have...Sweater boots!! Of course, they're not really meant for cold weather wear, but they'd be perfect in the fall or tromping around the house I'm really quite proud of these. psimadethis.com Pearl Revolver Necklace Every girl needs a pearl revolver, right? We adore this little homage, from Classic Hardware, to the "Girl" style gun! The pewter pistol dangles from a feminine strand of rosary style faux pearls. Chain 16"Gun Charm 1" x 2" Sorry, but this item has been discontinued and is no longer available!

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