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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Art Walk, 2013

I was asked by my good Friend Keira,  AKA A Pretty Penny, to be their sponsored artist In Downtown Winter Haven' s Art Walk. This Thursday August 1 from 5:30 to 8:30.  If you are a local Reader I would love to meet you over a cocktail and if you are feeling crafty why not  bring an Old  shirt so we can turn it into something fun and cute to wear. I will also have a few of my jewelry and one of a kind t-shirt creations there, which you will be able to purchase.

 Circa 2007
Keira and I go back quite a few years. 
We both met as part time managers for Express, 
and have been wonderful friends ever since.
Come and join us for some drinks, food and fun.
Lots of <3,

T-Shirt Sequin Skirt, DIY.

Head on over to
 to see how I created the T-shirt Sequin Skirt.
Have a wonderful Wednesday.
Lots of <3,

Friday, July 26, 2013

Triangle Statement Necklace, DIY

 Make your own Triangle statement necklace.
Via Pinterest

Things you need.
  1. Leather * Michaels or Hobby Lobby
  2. Chain * Michaels, Wal-mart, Hobby Lobby
  3. Ruler
  4. X-acto knife
  5. Jump rings* Wal-mart, Hobby Lobby, Michaels
  6. Clasp
  7. Paper
  8. Pencil
  9. Leather hole punch* Michaels
  10. Pliers

Fold a piece of paper in half and cut a diagonal line, to make a triangle.

Use your pattern to trace 6 triangles onto your leather.
 Now use your x-acto knife and your ruler to cut them out.

Cut two lengths of chain 6 & 1/2 inches long

I used rhinestone chain. *If you use regular chain skip this part.
Add your rhinestone chain to the finding provided using your pliers.
Add a jump ring to one of the chains,
Add a  jump ring and clasp to the other end of the other chain.
Using your hole punch, punch holes in your triangles like the picture below.

Connect your triangles using your jump rings and pliers.
then connect the triangles to your two chains.

Now wear with your favorite outfit.
Have a wonderful Friday.
Lots of <3,
To see other necklaces I have made
go HERE.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Cut off Denim, Distressed Shorts, DIY

 I love the relaxed  look of cutoff shorts but for me Short, shorts are out of the question.
 I have never been able to wear them comfortably.
 I do, however, love boyfriend jeans cut into Bermuda shorts. 
These longer shorts just fit me and my style better. 
I can dress them up with stilettos or down with sandals.  
I can make them as dressy or as casual as I want depending on the shoes, 
shirts and accessories I pick out.
Why not go grab a pair of old jeans and make some for yourself.
I am going to make a new white pair.

1.All you need is and old pair of bigger jeans
2. Pair of scissors
 Fold  your jeans
 measure you jeans with a pair of shorts that fit you just they way you like,
If you don't have a pair then I would mark  them just at the knee.
 Cut them as straight as you can,  but really who cares how straight they are.
 Now comes a little distressing.
 Cut perpendicular lines in your jeans about an inch to two inches long.
I  would stick with  small ones at first.
 Take a sharp object and de-thread your cut carefully. *you are just loosening the threads.

 Pull threads on the bottom and you will be finished. 
With each wash your jeans will look more worn.

Now wear your new shorts with your favorite tee shirt or your favorite pair of  shoes
Have a wonderful Wednesday.
Lots of <3,

Monday, July 15, 2013

No Sew, T-Shirt Skirt: DIY

 I have been asked by a few people if I could try and create a no sew skirt out of a T-shirt.
I finally ended up with this design  last week. 
Several designs came out of this one thought. 
I can not  wait to show you the other creations that I came up with.
But first let me show you this one.

Monday, July 8, 2013

Striped Strapless, No-sew T-shirt:DIY

Head on over to I love to Create to check out my latest No-sew t-shirt.
Click >HERE<Click
I hope you all have a fantastic Monday.
Lots of <3,

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Stars and Stripes, Bleached T-Shirt: DIY.

 This shirt took me about one hour to make, 
the most time consuming part was  cutting out the stencil.
Want to make a quick 4th of July shirt, this one is perfect with
 jean shorts or jeans and has very little drying time.

 Things you need
  1. T-shirt
  2. Scissors
  3. Knife
  4. Star Stencil
  5. Tape
  6. Bleach and water in a small spray bottle
  7. Plastic bag
  8. Cookie sheet
  9. Clear contact paper * optional.

  Print out a star stencil
I covered stencil with contact paper.
then I used my x-acto knife to cut the stars out.

Place your trash bag on the table Then put your shirt on top of the trash bag.
 Place the stars on your shirt then tape off a flag
 Place the cookie sheet in between the shirt
Fill your spray bottle with water and bleach.
 Lightly spray your shirt with the bleach spray, then watch the magic. 
It only takes a few seconds to see the change.
Blot off the excess bleach water with a paper towel.
Remove the tape and stencil and rinse your shirt, or you can wash it with cold water.
Dry on medium heat, or you can hang dry. 

Happy Birthday America.
I hope your day is filled with Family, Love
  and Tons of Yummy Food.
Lots of <3,

Monday, July 1, 2013

One Shoulder, Tie-dyed Tee

Head on over to I love to Create.com to see how I made the one shoulder Tie-Dyed T-shirt.
All week they will have different shirts that have been altered and Tie-dyed, I can't wait to see what they all come up with.