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Showing posts from July, 2016

DIY: Graphic Tees without Iron on Transfers

It seems like it has become a yearly tradition for me to make one of these DIY graphic tee tutorials. This is a slightly different one from what I did last year which remains as my most popular post. You can check it out over here .  This one is slightly more tedious but you open up your options to make more intricate designs.  Cute But Psycho Tee: Materials: Thin brush Fabric paint Tank top Cute but psycho printout: Instructions: Place the printout under your shirt. Mine was pretty sheer so the printout showed right through quite easily. If you are having trouble, you could use a light board underneath. If you don't have one, use a tablet with the screen brightness turned up.  Using the thin brush and fabric paint, carefully outline the words.  Let the paint dry for at least 24 hours. Iron on the back to set the paint.  Brandy Melville Good Good Good Vibes Halter: Materials: Thin brush Fabric paint

DIY: Summer Daisy Clothes

All it takes is a bit of daisies to liven up your clothes and make them a hundred times cuter! Daisies are my all time favorite flowers and these are just a handful of ways to decorate your clothes with them. They are super easy 5 minute diys that can be done anytime! Check out my YouTube video for this below! Materials: Daisy appliques (mine came in the form of ribbon so I just cut them to separate them) Clothes to upcycle Hot glue gun/craft or fabric glue OR Sewing equipment Instructions: Daisy Halter Top I think this halter top was made popular by LF Stores when it was first released about two years ago. I always wanted one because it is so cute but I never bought one. So now that I have a spare stripe halter, I decided it would be a good idea to DIY one for myself! It is super easy and still cute for the summer. I paired them with high waisted acid washed shorts for a greater contrast. Decide where you would like to place your daisies on. You can ch