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13-01-2011
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^ Wow! That seems really do-able! Thank you for the inspiration. It looks fabulous!

Most clothing is probably pretty easy to DIY if we look hard enough.

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2 of my recent diy's...

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aimeeable those shorts are so beautiful! I'm infatuated with lace shorts right now

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wow those shorts are amazing!!!

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thanks guys! and they are so easy to make!

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Hi guys!

I'm venturing into doing it myself a pair of CL Rollerboys! So far I've found the perfect base shoes (black suede) and the perfect red spray paint for the sole... but I'm having trouble finding the perfect spikes!... I've searched every possible studs and spikes website and I can't find the right size. Do you have any idea on the size of the CL spikes? Also I think it would be much easier to do with a screw back or single prong spike than with a two prong, for obvious reasons.. Can you help me out?


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have u tried this site? http://www.studsandspikes.com/

yes for the number you would have to do screw back is way easier

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good luck with those loubs
so i found this it looks very easy to make and really cool dont u think??

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wooo check this out too!! http://apair-andaspare.blogspot.com/...-inspired.html markus lupfer DIY sweater

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Thanks |BellaDonna|! I have checked that site, but they don't have the ones I need, unfortunately.
I think I found the right size and shape on a Czech website for pet supplies! I'm waiting for the samples... I'll need about 1000 spikes for a pair of shoes!

So I happen to stumble across these Jil Sander shoes that are extremely easy to make, and as soon as I find the right shoes I'll do it and post here. I have the perfect scarf and belt to go with the blue ones!


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some recent diy's



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Hello:
I just found this site and I would like to share it with you... there are some really good ideas...

http://honestlywtf.com/category/diy

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aimeeable: I love that outfit of yours! How beautiful.

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Remember post#291?

Well, I'm just finishing the first shoe. It's been hard! My fingers are cursing me ("enough with the screwing" they say...), but I'm really liking the outcome!

Ladies and Gentlemen, may I present to you: THE ROLLERLADS (EXTREME)!!!





So... What do you think? Tell me, please!
The spikes are actually taller than CLs, but I like the EXTREME look they give!
The soles were the real PITA! But I think I got them right now... worn them around the house and so far no paint left behind!... Let's see how they behave on the field! Ahah!!

DISCLAIMER: I think some of you might see my DIY as copying (as in making a replica), but I assure you I won't try and pass my ROLLERLADS as the real thing. Actually I'm wait listed for a pair of black leather CL Rollerboys, but I thought I should have some fun while I wait!

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Wow the shoes looks so good!!! Great job!!

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