My current wallpaper/home screen and my inner Spring’spiration. I’m going to fill my room and garden with these.
A little fun DIY never hurt anyone (unless they went mad with the scissors!).
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Now this is a DIY that is so chic and easy it will turn water into watermelon! Ok not really…but it’s an instant fashion update without the couture price tag. In time for Fashion Week?…I think so!
What you need:
You can also just handstitch the letters on which would be estimated double the time this glue virion takes however the sewing method has more staying power when washed…just saying.
First! Lay your garment flat placing your paper or cardboard INSIDE the clothing (to prevent the glue seeping though and sticking up the garment till the point you gotta tear it open to wear it) and chalk out what you wanna express in your best fancy man writing.
Second! Get your stringed sequins and follow the writing neatly (as possible) gluing as you go along. There should be no need to cut any sequins as it should be a continuous line except when you finish or have more than one thing to express.
Third! Wait till glue is dry and sequins are firmly on, then wear that baby to the moon and back!
If I’ve missed out anything, have anything else creative to add to this DYI How To or just like it please Comment and Like if you Love it!
Today I was on Pinterest and came across these cute Capes, one thing lead to another and there I was sewing away! I followed this simple picture (below) which basically told me everything.
Now is the time to make your own! Best of all you can have any length (and it will be still called a Cape) and it will fit (mostly) all sizes! Give it a go and I’ll show you mine that I made when I’ve finished it! Trust me it’s easy! Get creative! Now here’s some pictures to get inspired!
Just another quick OOTW but this time it’s a DYI. A twist!
So I hope you liked it and gave you inspiration to go and buy ANYTHING you like and make it your own! As you can see I don’t like dress sizes telling what to wear!
Happy Styling and DIYin’!
On my way to work I saw the most coolest pop-up stalls along the Broadway in Catford as indepedant traders sell thier homemade and or handmade treasures every 1st Sunday of the month!
Today there was about 5-6 stalls open and my eyes were drawn towards two. One stall was selling yummy homemade chutney, tiny French Macaroons, Scones and Jams. Her name is Uli and she was very nice as she was kindly selling her yummy homemade treats with her beautiful daughter which I thought was very cute! I so badly wanted to buy more but I ran out of money which will hunt me throughout my sleep until I buy her jams! (This is what’s playing in my head “I should have got a Scone, I should have got a Scone, I should have got a Scone, I should have got a Scone, WHY DIDN’T YOU GET A SCONE!”)
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The other stall sold eye-catching crafty handmade cards, crochet brooches and beaded earrings. Lucy Morton (guessing that’s her name from the pretty business card) was very nice and her cards are so lovely, giving someone you care about something handmade with love says a lot and at her quality of handmade work you can see the love.
Welcome to the latest in handmade greeting cards. Here at Jucy Lane Creates we offer everything from Happy Birthday to Merry Christmas and much more. – Jucy Lane
Website: jucy lane creates
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So please check these ladies out and help promo local independent businesses! For more info contact Uli and Lucy. I hope to see more people on the 1st Sunday of next month!
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