Posted in Fashion Tutorials, tagged cheap, chic, crafts, creative, diy, do-it-yourself, dye, easy, eclectic, fabric, fall outfit, fashion inspiration, Fashion Tutorials, feathers, flower, funky, green, handmade, how-to, jewelry, mod, modern, mustard, outfits, retro, spray paint, teal, thrift store, thrifted, thrifty, tutorial, vintage on October 26, 2011|
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The kids were down for naps and I had just hung up and put away all the laundry which meant everything I own was accessible. I started looking around my closet with that really proud feeling that you get when you have NO DIRTY LAUNDRY. You need to relish it because of course it won’t last long. Anyway, I suddenly got the urge to try on outfits and see what I could come up with out of my wardrobe. So, I thought I’d take pics so I can remember the ones I like. So heres my little fashion show! 🙂 If you’d like to know my TOP 10 THRIFTING TIPS go here.
So what do you think of my dyed skirt, spray painted shoes, and thrifted threads? 🙂 I love my happy little closet.
P.S. To see the black bib necklace tutorial go here.
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Posted in Fashion Tutorials, tagged aqua, cheap, chic, craft, crafting, crafts, creative, diy, do-it-yourself, easy, eclectic, fabric, Fashion Tutorials, flower, funky, handmade, how-to, jewelry, mod, modern, teal, thrifty, tutorial, vintage on September 23, 2011|
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Continued from yesterdays post, I thought I’d show you the rest of the jewelry I’ve made recently…
I made this loverly little number just from my own little brain. I needed something with purple and I love the natural cut and polished stone pieces with the deep purple teardrops.
This next one I was inspired to make when I saw this outfit by Kendi Everyday:
I happen to have a pair of broken earrings lying around that I reconstructed into this: (Not quite like Kendi’s but still gives the same feel.)
I made this one with a little flower I ripped off a cheap pair of shoes I never wore. I’m LOVING grey and gold.
And another grey and gold number… To make the clay roses see this tutorial.
I found this fushia stone at Walmart in the craft section and love it on a simple rustic brass chain.
I wanted something in a coral color that was light and feminine and so I came up with this multi-strand beauty.
I also made this necklace with an Antropologie-esque feel. Nothing in particular inspired this design, but I love how the flower turned out and the pop of red with the softer jades and limes.
Ok. Have you had enough? I hope not cuz I haven’t even shown you the rings and earrings I made! Maybe tomorrow…
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