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Monday, May 27, 2013

T-Shirt, Summer Dress: DIY

 Good Morning everyone. 
I have some fantastic news, 
Megan from Brassy Apple has asked me to join their team
 as a re-fashion contributor.
Once a month I will be doing a re-fashion just for them.
Wanna see how made the summer dress out of just two t-shirts?
 Head on over to Brassy Apple for the full step by step.
Lots of <3

Friday, May 24, 2013

Dyed Lip T-Shirt: DIY

Lips seem to be on my mind lately,
See how I made this Lip tee using Tie-Dye, by heading over to 

Monday, May 20, 2013

Bleached Lip T-shirt, DIY

Things you need.
  1. T-shirt
  2. Scissors
  3. Small spray bottle
  4. Bleach
  5. Lip stencil
  6. Contact paper
  7. Cookie tray.
Print  this  
Cover your print with contact paper front and back.
Use an x-acto knife to cut it out,
 save both the positive and the negative  part.

 Place the cookie sheet in between  your shirt.
 Put your lips on your shirt.
 Put gloves on.
* Be extra careful not to get the bleach on anything, like your clothes,
 you might want to wear an apron .
Fill your small spray bottle with half water and about 2 table spoons of bleach.
Spray lightly around your stencil.
Leave it  on for just a few minutes 
carefully remove your stencil and blot it off with a paper towel,
 then rinse your shirt in cold water.
Let dry.

Cut off your collar.

You can wash like normal.
I can't wait to make all kinds of designs this way.
Happy Monday Everyone.
Lots of <3,

Friday, May 17, 2013

Braided Wire Rings, DIY

Things You Need
  1. 20 Gauge wire *Wal-mart craft section
  2. Pliers
  3. Candle
 Cut 3 pieces of wire about 6 or 7 inches long.
Take your pliers and wrap one end in a circle
 braid the 3 pieces together
 When you get to the end take one of the wires and wrap it around the other 2.

use  your candle to measure for your finger.
 You can wrap it around the candle  3 times and make one ring.


 measure on your candle for one ring,
cut the wire,
 make sure to  leave a little extra wire to wrap.
Wrap your extra wire around

Now you have 3 separate rings.
Happy Friday!
Lots of <3,

Monday, May 13, 2013

Tie Dye Cut-out Tee: DIY.

IloveToCreate.com has asked me to join their family of bloggers and do some posts just for them.
I am Super excited about joining their team. What an honor.
Check out their Facebook page HERE.
Check out the DIY post I did for them

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Off the Shoulder, Ladder V-neck Tee: DIY

Lena sent me a picture of a shirt that she wanted me to write up a DIY for.

I made mine a little different,
but at the end of this post I will show you how to do this.
Which I call the Butterfly. 
I love getting requests for DIY-ing,
Keep them coming.:)

Things you need
  1.  T-Shirt * Fruit of the Loom, medium men's
  2. Scissors
  3. Thread and a needle or a sewing machine.
Cut off the collar.
 Fold the front part of the shirt in half and cut slits  gradually reducing the length of each slit.
 This it what the shirt looks like when you open it back up.
I cut the top of the shirt about an 1/2 inch away from the shoulder seams.
It will look like the picture above.

OK, now for the laddering.
take the second from the bottom piece 
and pull it  under and on top of the bottom piece .

 gradually take each piece and do the same thing all the way up to the top.
 Video for Laddering HERE.
I learn by watching, I hope this video helps.
 Cut the last piece in half

 Tie it off on each side
 now cut a arched shape at the bottom of the tee.
*Save the bottom hem.
Out of the bottom hem cut two 7 inch pieces.
 You are going to sew this to the top of your shirt for straps.
 I hand sewed mine but you could use a sewing machine.

I have a nude color tank under this.

Now for the Butterfly look

Take a piece of your shirt, cut it and make a tee shirt string or use a small ribbon.
wrap it around the middle part of your laddering.
 tie it
That is it.
I hope this Helps you Lena.
Thanks for the Email.
You can wrap that around your neck.

I hope this helps you Lena.
Thanks for the Email.
Have a Fantastic Thursday.
Lots of <3,