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Monday, March 25, 2013

No Sew Jewelled Halter: T-Shirt DIY

Need a quick top for Spring.?
Here is a super easy no sew halter. 
My husband thought that it needed something else,
 so I decided to decorate the collar with just a little bling.
 I also did a quick Video for all of you visual people like me, showing you how I made this shirt.
The link is at the end of this post.
:)




Inspiration

 Tutorial 
Things you need.

  1. Tee-Shirt  any size you want * I used a  Hanes Mens T-shirt in medium.
  2. Scissors
  3. Chalk
  4. Studs *Square Studs, Hobby Lobby ~ Rhinestone Studs, Michaels
  5. Pliers
  6. X-acto Knife



 I used 3 Rhinestone studs and the rest were Square studs.


 First make a 4 inch chalk line in the  front of your shirt, under the collar.
Then cut around your collar from the chalk line all the way around to the other side. 
Cut just below the seam of the collar.


 Draw a line from the front of your collar to the middle of the shoulder do the same to the other side, then cut that out leaving the collar in place.


Looks like this.

Of course you can always leave it plain.
Or...

Place three rhinestones: one big in the middle,
 and the two medium ones on the side: with a square stud in between.
 use a hammer to lightly hit the rhinestones into place.
Place your  square studs, working around the collar placing them about one inch apart.





I also made a video to help explain how I created this shirt.

Happy Monday Everyone.
Lots of <3,
Anne 

23 comments:

  1. Love your no sew restyled tee shirts. Also like the video option. Posted two finished pics and a link back to you on my Tumblr truebluemeandyou blog.

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  2. I think your version is cuter than the other. Is there a specific link or something that I can go to that has all of your t-shirt crafts?

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    1. Thank you Mariah ...Yes You can go on my Pinterest account under Wobisobi DIY and it has all of my DIY there.:)

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  3. Love this for spring! So many possibilities! Pinning this so others can see!

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  4. wow,good job,you are great,I like the t shirt.

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  5. Amo seu trabalho, você tem mãos abençoadas, tudo que faz fica lindo!!

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  6. so beautiful learn more


    http://www.ccchinachic.com/products/fashion/fashion-jewelry/jewelry-box/c-132/

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  7. oh anne, that is adorable and i really haven't seen anything like it. you are brilliant :).

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    1. Thank you so much my Beautiful Friend!<3

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  8. That is really fantastic work for designing that Black color tshirts.It look like a modern costume.
    Design a Tshirt

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  9. Thank you for always being such an inspiration!!!! I needed a cute shirt for the weekend so I tried this one. Turned out fabulous!!! I will be adding a pic to my instagram later... You're awesome Anne :)

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  11. Your work is so good! I've been looking for a blog like that for ages! I know there's a lot of blogs with DIY clothes to do, but yours is definitely my favorite style!
    Don't stop! It's amazing <3 :D

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  12. just made it using the man's shirt that has my son's band logo on it. going to hear him play tonight and i feel very feminine! Thank you for all your inspirational designs.

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