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Discussion in 'Workshop - DIY - Do It Yourself' started by Ceptuouse, Jan 26, 2007.
^ Looks good
Jusska could you post a tutorial? I've been looking around for ways to do it, but none got it the way I wanted, but you nailed it!
Any ideas what can I do with these old ankle booties?
(my own pic)
Thought this was pretty cool
Here are my latest DIYs
I recently did a D.I.Y. inspired by Meadham Kirchoff S/S 13 and the overall 'jewels fit for royalty' trend that's caught on. I wanted to have the same feel without spending any real cash on it.
rhinestones, gold collar, either glue gun, jewel glue, or E6000 glue
I bought a cheap rhinestone bag from a craft store and simply glued the rhinestones onto an existing gold collar I owned that needed an update. Really easy d.i.y. to do!
photo sources: my own & halboy @Tumblr
I forgot I had these. Now WHAT THE EFF am I supposed to do with all these? Patch up the crotch in my old jeans w/ the CD ones? Sell 'em on eBay? ANY ideas would be greatly appreciated, because Lord knows I have none (my scan)
I've always wanted to make these floral sunglasses but I didn't think that i'd ever actually wear them. I just like the look of them!
Found these instructions on the Mink Pink blog. Perhaps someone here might be interested in making them!
What you'll need:
A pair of sunglasses
A variety of ceramic roses and flowers
Disposable container or popsicle stick
A handful of toothpicks
STEP ONE: Start by squeezing a small amount of E6000 into a disposable container or onto a wooden popsicle stick. I like to use a small amount at a time, as the glue tends to dry quickly. Using the tip of a toothpick, apply a dollop of glue onto the back of the largest ceramic flower
STEP TWO: Press the flower firmly onto the outer corner of the sunglasses. Hold it in place, for at least a minute, until the glue sets. Working along the top of the glasses, continue to add smaller flowers.
STEP THREE: Add a few small flowers down the right side of the glasses. After most of the flowers have set, unfold the sunglasses and add a couple of larger flowers on the temples or arms.
STEP FOUR: Repeat on the other side and allow to dry for a couple of hours
I saw that on Honestly, WTF . It got me curious why she never painted the flowers gold. That would've been better, I think.
That looks quite nice! I rarely like the things people do for do it yourself, although I love the fact that they do them.
I love those sunglasses, especially the black flowers, so cute
transparent bag My idea, but my father did the whole job
I forgot: photo taken by me
pretty cute, similar to the perspex bags
I love those sunglasses! I have a new d.i.y. that involves the typical spike headband with a little twist: instead of using the usual metallic tone spikes I have used czech pressed glass bead spikes. They come in every color/pattern in the rainbow and can have opaque/clear/or matte finishes.
czech pressed glass spikes (pictured in tanzanite, 6 count)
thin clear plastic headband
E6000 glue to attach
photos my own
nice ideas here and well presented!
i found this and thought i'd share...
DIY | T Strap Bra
Who doesn't love all those sheer tops, blouses and loose transparent knits? Well. When I have run to catch my train with the knowledge that my fashionable bra has no straps all that love kind of disappears for a moment. But there is no need to hate anymore though, a few beautifully placed black lines give endless layering possibilities and practicality. I'm even thinking about wearing this one over a tee.
This DIY is a simple one: Attach a some broad elastics to your strapless bra.
I chose to do a simplistic T shape for my straps.
Made this today as a D.I.Y of the chanel (obviously) necklaces. It was a real dodgy D.I.Y I just used random bit I had in the house, by no means perfect.
Collaboration between me and heelscatchfire!
D.I.Y. Givenchy Nose Ring
photo and video by me
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