DIY Mens Shirt to Off the Shoulder Blouse Tutorial from Trash to Couture here. You need chain, elastic, and an over sized shirt. I’ve posted Trash to Coutures DIYs for a long time and for more of her DIYs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/trash-to-couture
Card I made for Kyle’s mommy :)
DIY Multiple Chain Handpiece by into mind here. The bottom photo is a simpler handpiece (follow the original tutorial) by into mind here. I’ve posted two other ring/bracelet combination handpiece tutorials here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/handpiece
Look what came in the mail the other day! :D Can’t wait until I have time to do this.
And here’s another one that’s not quite done. I suppose this goes with the fairy-ish idea. Though for summer, ocean inspired hair clips would be nice… Idk.
Here’s a hair pin I made last night. I mostly did it just to test how well the glue holds up. It holds up very nicely. Very nicely indeed. So I’m very excited to try and make more, except I want to get different hair clips because the ones I have I don’t really like. And I have to start thinking up what kinda of hair clips I want to start making. Something fairy-ish possibly…
A necklace I made for my boyfriend. He’s into crystals.
Ombre Chair | Design Sponge
Y’all know how much I love ombre, so of course this DIY caught my eye straight away! I have two chairs in my house that need a makeover and I would love to do something like this with a pale pink/white combo. It may be a little difficult to get the effect, but I’m willing to try (and then get Dad to help if I screw it up!)
Three DIY We Are Owls “Poem Ivory” Knockoff Scarf Tutorials. All of these tutorials use different fabrics and pens. *Be inspired by the dark “Spring Poem” and use a bleach pen. Photos and Tutorials:
DIY Polymer Clay Stamping and Image Transfer. First, Harbor Freight carries stamping kits super cheaply. Second, did you know that you can transfer any image from plain paper (laser or toner printer) to polymer clay? For my teacup collage I even used colored pencils to make the images more outrageous (and then gave them a curved look by draping and baking them over a paper towel tube). Tutorials from Saved by Love Creations: stamping tutorial here, image transfer tutorial here. *The image transfer method I like best is the dry transfer where you just put the image on polymer clay, burnish it a bit, leave it on for an hour and bake the image with the paper on it. More about that here.