I've had this pretty vintage lace trim I found at a thrift shop lying around for ages. I pulled the $3 tag off just the other day as I was prepping for this DIY. I thought it would really be pretty with this blush tank and I love the turnout. This is a very simple DIY. * Cotton spaghetti...

I folded my lace over and pinned it down so the top of the choker is solid black/lace and the bottom is sheer/lace. This gives it a nice finished look on the front, hiding any rough edges in the back. The scalloped edge will be at the base of your neck. * I simply hand stitched my lace and...

* Kushyfoot covers in nude and/or Kushyfoot covers in black or white lace {or anything similar - also called foot liners and also a toeless version if you want to preserve your peeps} * Lace fabric or trim {trim will stand up, fabric will lay flat} * Matching thread and needle * Scissors *...

For this fashion DIY tutorial you need: 1 skirt to spice up 2 lace 3 baking paper 4 electric iron 5 scissors 6 pins 7 iron-on hemming strip ( mine is from Ikea ) THE FASHION DIY-TUTORIAL TIP: Before starting you should check somewhere on the inside of your skirt the hemming strip can be...

For this fashion DIY tutorial you need: 1) lace 2) pins 3) sewing kit or sewing machine 4) satin ribbon 5) scissors THE DIY TUTORIAL (Step by Step) Cut off from the lace fabric about 70 cm long and 7 cm wide strips. Thread a yarn (about 40 centimeters long), knot it well at the open end...

(Nasty Gal Lace Vest, DIY Jean Shorts, Jeffrey Campbell Lana Shoes, American Apparel Vintage Tank Top, Slow Vintage Bag, Bailey of Hollywood Hat, Assorted Rings, Vintage Bracelets, and Unknown Necklace)

Slowly but surely we step forward into the second half of my DIY Advent calendar and I still have sooo many tutorials that I want to show you. Behind the "half time door" hides a very quick and simple tutorial on how to spice up an old belt. For this DIY project you need: 1 lace (at least...

That's it! DIY Pearl Collar worn with vintage bow tie DIY Lace Collar Tools: Collared shirt (I got mine for $3 at a thrift store) Pearls Scissor Embellishing Glue 1. With a scissor cut the collar off the shirt – be sure to not cut off the stand – the back part of the collar that rests...

Christing is channeling a bit of a moody rock-chick vibe – it's really all about those lace-up ankle boots, with an oversizedsheer shirtworn as a dress andpeace pendant. Geneva is getting into more of an Autumn/Winter feel with her mix of rich textures -sweatshirt with added lace trim...

This DIY is just too easy for words and there are two ways to go about it to achieve a similar look... * Find my one-step Barefoot Sandals DIY here * Here's what you need... Suede peep toe ankle boots that zip up the back * Scissors * leather hole punch * black leather lacing ** Cut open...

 

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