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instylemexico:

¡Crea tu propia playera!

Los estampados diferentes y originales hacen que tu outfit sobre salga y no hay mejor manera de conseguir una playera cool que hacerla tú misma.

MATERIALES

  • Playera
  • Cartón
  • Tijeras
  • Masking tape
  • Pintura textil ($30; laparisina.com.mx)
  • Brocha de esponja ($18;fantasiasmiguel.com)

INSTRUCCIONES

  1. Dibuja en un cartón el diseño de tu preferencia, que en este caso son unas pestañas, y recórtalo.
  2. coloca otro pedazo de cartón grueso dentro de la t-shirt para que la espalda no se manche.
  3. Marca con un plumón el lugar en el que quieres poner la imagen, y pega con masking tape el molde que hiciste. Pinta con una brocha con esponja, deja secar y retira el molde. Repite el procedimiento con las otras pestañas. ¡Listo!

Ahora solo falta que te tomes una selfie y nos muestres cómo te quedó.
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¡Queremos verte!

-Redacción InStyle

— 5 months ago with 555 notes
growing-up-ginger:

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Knockoff Anthropologie Rhino Bag Tutorial from Confessions of a Secret Crafter. This isn’t as hard as it looks - you can use an inexpensive purse, cut through the upper layers of the flap and then lay in the leather. For Anthropologie’s Cross Body Rhino Bag go here. For a huge archive of knockoffs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/knockoff

Love this! I imagined it being a lot more difficult, but this seems pretty simple.

growing-up-ginger:

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Knockoff Anthropologie Rhino Bag Tutorial from Confessions of a Secret Crafter. This isn’t as hard as it looks - you can use an inexpensive purse, cut through the upper layers of the flap and then lay in the leather. For Anthropologie’s Cross Body Rhino Bag go here. For a huge archive of knockoffs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/knockoff

Love this! I imagined it being a lot more difficult, but this seems pretty simple.

— 5 months ago with 1091 notes

fancymade:

DIY - Layer Up Head Chain 

Every year at Coachella I suffer with the same dilemma, no electricity at the campsites means no hair straightener! I wanted to create a hair accessory that would accommodate my hair situation for this upcoming weekend. This lovely layered chain provides some bedazzle to an otherwise boring bun. 

MATERIALS:

  • 3-4 Different Types of Chains
  • 2 Small Jump rings
  • 2 Metal Cord Tips 
  • 2 Thick Bobby Pins 
  • E - 6000 Glue
  • Measuring Tape
  • Pliers 

1. Begin my setting up the template of how you want your chains to layer down. Using your measuring tape, measure each chain one inch longer as you layer down, and trim. I started with 8 inches, then 9, 10, and finally the rhinestone chain at 11 inches long. 

2. Next, take one of your jump rings and begin to insert the chains in the order of your template. Repeat with opposite end of your chains. Then using your pliers close off hoop. 

3. Now that you have a semi looking necklace, take one of your bobby pins and insert the jump hoop through it. Repeat this with second bobby pin on opposite end. 

4. Now taking one of your metal cord tips, secure around the bobby pin and close shut. This will secure the chain in place. Repeat with opposite bobby pin and you are all done. 

XOXO - Drea 

— 6 months ago with 636 notes