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  • Renew for lamp

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  • Transform fashion: Fancy Slippers Tutorial

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    I'm supposed to be cleaning the house.  {ugh} We're having a group of teenagers over tonight for a youth meeting. Very fun. To do something different for them, we're having a little bonfire with hotdogs and smores. I felt that wonderful twinge of inspiration this morning, so I squeezed in a quick "Do With What You Got Project". Enjoy Transform fashion: Fancy Slippers Tutorial I saw some adorable flip-flops on line today. Price tag was $25.00 plus shipping = nope I started thinking about my old flip flops picked up

  • Crafts fashion for women: DIY Fringe Shoes + Clutch

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          You guys liked the fringed clutch in this outfit so I’m going to show you how I made it. Super duper easy. I spotted a fringe how-to by one of my favorite bloggers, I Spy DIY. Anything no sew gets a thumbs up from me.   I bought a yard of fringe trim and only needed about a foot for the purse, so I decided to dress up some shoes too.   For the purse, you’ll need:   Clutch or purse with straps you want to

  • Crafts fashion for women: get new clothes tutorial

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    I have a ton of clothes. One day I counted (this was a couple years ago too) and I had 110 shirts. I like to get new clothes too. There is just something about wearing something for the first time. Since the move, I've realized that I had too many clothes. I don't have enough room in my closet. I still want something new though, so I decide to shop in my closet. This purple shirt is one of my favorite

  • Crafts for women: Studded Bag tutorial

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     Crafts for women: Studded Bag tutorial Things you need for this DIY: *a (preferably faux or vintage/second hand) leather bag *studs *an X-acto knife *scissors *a needle and thread *pliersTotal time: about 45 mins per row Total cost: $2.50 + shipping studded bag diy So I bought a bunch of spikes online and I saw these red studs on sale. I was feeling impulse buy-y so I bought 200. They were WAY bigger than I thought they would be. I decided to use them to add a bit of color to my boring black bag. First

  • Monster Mending :: Super Fun Knee Patches, sewing patterns

    Green crafts, Repair work, Sewing  |  0 Commentmonster mending :: super fun knee patches, sewing patterns

    I do not like mending (really, who does?). But I love the idea of turning a gaping hole in a favourite pair of jeans into an adorable monster!    Monster Mending :: Super Fun Knee Patches, sewing patterns My daughter loves to play in the sand. Her pants, however, don't enjoy the experience nearly as much! Her favourite jeans are missing both knees. I saw a great fix on Pinterest and snagged a little time to do it this morning.... Monster Knees! Supplies: ◘ A scrap of fabric

  • Transform fashion : Chanel Cut Out Gloves

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    Transform fashion : Chanel Cut Out Gloves Things you need for this DIY: *unlined vintage leather gloves *scissors *an X-acto knife *hot glue gun *two pieces of card board or heavy cardstock, one cut to fit inside the palm of the glove and one cut to fit inside a finger of the glove Total time: 1.5 hours Total cost: nothing if you snag a pair from your grandma! chanel cut out gloves diy I have kinda stubby hands so I've learned that when gloves are too big for me, the easiest thing

  • Refashion for women: diy phillip lim booties

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      image on the left from www.style.com I found on Ebay a pair of Charles David booties in dark brown that could be the right fit for the challenge (at a 41$ including shipping??? in my size??? no brainer!!) This is not exactly a fast project, but I'm so happy with the result it was wort it!! :) --> This is how I did: Measure. And... measure, make paper templates and measure again. The grommets fringe: * cut 2 pieces of dark brown leather 12" x 2" and

  • Transform fashion for kids: Ruffle Bottom Onesie Tutorial, sewing patterns

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    Transform fashion for kids: Ruffle Bottom Onesie Tutorial, sewing patterns And now for a little tutorial fun. This is quite easy to do and should only take you 30 minutes max! Step 1. Measure the back/bottom of your onesie. I used 3 ruffles, so I measured in 3 different spots. a. measure about an 1" above the leg seem. Mine was a size 3-6 month onsie and measured 7 1/4".  b. Next, I measured right above the leg seem. The measurement was still

  • Transform fashion for kids: Sewing tutorial, Onesie Dress Tutorial

    Dress, Green crafts, Repair work, Sewing  |  0 Commenttransform fashion for kids: sewing tutorial, onesie dress tutorial

    Transform fashion for kids: Sewing tutorial, Onesie Dress Tutorial 1. To start, you'll need to make a few measurements on your plain onesie. a. First, you need to measure from the top neckline down to figure out where you want to place your dress. I marked the 5" spot for the dress. I also marked the 8" spot to show you where you could place a skirt if you chose to do that instead of a dress. b. Now you need to

  • Refashion for women: Anthropologie inspired “Tutu Shirt”

    Green crafts, Repair work, Sewing  |  0 Commentrefashion for women: anthropologie inspired “tutu shirt”

    Refashion for women: Anthropologie inspired “Tutu Shirt" Here is my design results. I love it, it looks way more expensive than just 3.50, right? Would you like to find out how I did it? Here is my inspiration, this “Tutu Tank” from Anthropologie   (note that the ruffles go around the neckline and down at an angle on the left side of the shirt. And, the top layer of ruffles are shorter than the other layers.) Here it is how I did mine. I starting dividing the

  • Transform fashion for kids: T-Shirt Weaving DIY

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    I wanted to share real quick how to weave a t-shirt like I did for my entry for last weeks Project Run and Play. (And, just so you don't think I forgot, I'm getting the tutorial/pattern for the jacked from week 1 done for posting soon too :). Transform fashion for kids: T-Shirt Weaving DIY This is a very simple technique that can be done all over a t-shirt. I did it down the front, but you could do this on the