With sexy fringe in the spotlight of must-have accessories, we've combined a new tasseled texture to DIY! This tribal meets tassel necklace, inspired by Kenneth Jay Lane, will freshen up any outfit and make a statement when you walk in the door at your next soiree. Long, narrow beads like...

I am extremely excited about all the upcoming runway shows throughout fashion month, particularly due to the DIY inspiration that always results. I took one look at these beautiful pics on Anywho from the recent Veronica B. Vallenes show and knew the stone necklace being sported by the models...

A few days ago I posted a pic of my DIY White statement/collar necklace here, see below for the tutorial. I have to admit that this DIY is just about as simple as they get - a lick of spraypaint on a rhinestone necklace and away you go. I'm sure this comes as good news to those of you who...

Check out our latest haute DIY below! What you'll need: 16 inches of chain 5 raw crystal or amethyst beds 2 jump rings clasp 6 inches of 24 gauge wire Step 1 - Cut two 8 inch pieces of chain. Thread your wire through one end of chain. Create a loop with the chain inside leaving 1/4 inch...

I can't explain how happy I am to have seen so many of your amazing DIYs recently. I've posted a few of them over at my Facebook page so you should definitely pop over and have a look. Couldn't help but post a few of the super cool DIY neon necklaces you've done. I have to say I love all these...

Take off your geek chic training wheels and become a little wiser with this do it yourself pearl collar necklace. What you'll need: 1 piece of 81/2 x 11 creme piece of felt 2 yards of strung pearls. glue gun or E600 adhesive 1 ft ribbon scissors 1 piece of paper pen hole puncher Step 1 -...

with more attitude than ever, and they've made a focal point on this statement Tom Binns necklace. Far from looking like a piece of stationary equipment, this necklace is strikingly stunning in its own right. And if the thought of wearing safety pins sounds like too much punk for you, we...

This post punk pin jumper is actually quite heavy (but not as heavy as the all sequin chanelesque jackets, coming up) so I really do admire the way the models can move around in them. I only moved it onto the stairwell! (and btw: this is a great DIY tip for moth eaten jumpers!!) I am so...

DONE! TIP: Worn on a high-necked denim shirt or on a white shirt blouse, the necklace looks especially nice. Copyright: fashion.onblog.at and Michael Punzenberger (Publications of photos or text are not allowed. Every illegal publication will be charged.)

I used fabric from is recent collections to make a functional tall pin cushion tree. I covered it with indulgent Godiva chocolate truffles for a treat. You can make your own version of this with the tutorial below: You will need: Decorative Fabric Colored Quilting Pins Styrofoam Cones...

 

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