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RE: DIY Fashion - VisualRebellion - May 13, 2011 01:42 AM
It looks sexy ♥
RE: DIY Fashion - Composer of Requiems - May 13, 2011 02:27 AM
Oh cool! Glad it turned out successful :D
RE: DIY Fashion - Rin - May 13, 2011 04:48 AM
thanks : ]
yea me too, actually the arm hole is kinda large but...you can't see it in the photos XP
RE: DIY Fashion - Retromantique - May 13, 2011 10:34 AM
Wowww so cool! Here's a heart for you!
RE: DIY Fashion - galism - May 13, 2011 08:29 PM
(May 11, 2011 03:34 AM)milk said: Going to do some customization either this weekend or the next!
Speaking of cutting up t-shirts, there was a tutorial in the June issue of JELLY for this exact project:
And that blog you linked to is so cute! Those kind of shorts—high-waisted, pastel, shredded, studded, etc.—seem to be really popular right now. I'm definitely a fan, though, I love high-waisted stuff. <3
RE: DIY Fashion - milk - May 13, 2011 09:33 PM
Ooh, thanks for the tutorial!
The shirt I'll be cutting up came in the mail yesterday, so I can get started tonight. No studs though, so I'll buy those tomorrow...
For those curious, I was planning on doing something similar to the end product of the World Series Baseball shirt: cutting a scoopneck and cutting slits. I'll be adding a few studs around the collar as a finishing touch.
I probably won't start the jean shorts until next week after testing though.
RE: DIY Fashion - Sanguine Prince - May 13, 2011 11:01 PM
(May 2, 2011 10:29 AM)Composer of Requiems said: Black T-shirt + fabric paint-
Wow, that cools really cool. :)
RE: DIY Fashion - Rin - May 20, 2011 04:21 AM
thanks retro : D
and omg galism I like the grey one so much ><
i know cutting up shirts like that is nothing special and pretty common but i'm always scared I might screw up terribly @.@ which I did once...
RE: DIY Fashion - Zanda - May 21, 2011 12:54 PM
I love that tutorial Galism! and cutting up tshirts IS SO FUN XP I really want to try the fringey one now.
I agree it can be scary when you first try Rin, but what i did was get some cheap cotton black/white/grey t-shirt to practice what you want to achieve, that is always good before you try it on a really nice tshirt.
I am trying this right now
so far i ruined my first two try because cutting circles is tricky :C
RE: DIY Fashion - Rob - May 21, 2011 10:47 PM
(May 12, 2011 06:56 AM)VisualRebellion said: Composer of Requiems: I love the snake skin look! Amazing! ♥
Sheryl Freaking Nome, that's awesome! :D
RE: DIY Fashion - Acara - July 15, 2011 01:11 AM
It's not really fashion, more like a costume or a cosplay, but I want to share it with you anyway! I'm very surprised by how well it turned out since I didn't use any pattern or tutorial. All by myself, for my boyfriend, since he has a live action role-playing game this weekend (tomorrow!) and he didn't get 75% of his stuff on time. :(
Sorry for the cheap webcam picture, but the shape is the most important thing to me ^.^
RE: DIY Fashion - nikkiwebsterrulz - July 15, 2011 09:26 AM
It looks rather uneven; though I like the white layering beneath. :)
RE: DIY Fashion - Retromantique - July 15, 2011 10:05 AM
Wow, you did that with no pattern and no tutorial? That's what I call love.
RE: DIY Fashion - Acara - July 15, 2011 11:26 AM
(July 15, 2011 09:26 AM)nikkiwebsterrulz said: It looks rather uneven; though I like the white layering beneath. :)Keep in mind that he will have to wear a shield all day long, I had to make one side shorter :P
As of the asymmetric front part, I thought it was a pretty cool mistake! I never thought it could make it look uneven though, I'll keep an eye on that next time I do something similar :3 Thanks a lot!
Retro ; <3
RE: DIY Fashion - Synthese - December 21, 2011 04:51 PM
Here's a crosspost from another forum:
This was my first shot at jewelry-making, and it was such a pain in the ass that It'll probably be my last as well. For a while, at least.
A necklace, pour une fille, made of sea-glass she collected whilst we
RE: DIY Fashion - Retromantique - December 21, 2011 04:52 PM
That is so nice Synthese ;___; ♥
RE: DIY Fashion - LovePunch - December 21, 2011 05:01 PM
That looks really nice! Jewelry making is a hassle, but very rewarding when you can make *just* want you want, instead of searching high and low in stores for you vision of the perfect accessory.
RE: DIY Fashion - Retromantique - December 21, 2011 05:04 PM
LovePunch, you should give him a heart if you like it ^_^
RE: DIY Fashion - LovePunch - December 21, 2011 05:18 PM
I did. I meant to originally, but I had wondered off away from the computer for a while haha
RE: DIY Fashion - Crisea - December 29, 2011 04:30 PM
Your creations are really beautiful!! TT_TT You guys are so productive!
Anyway, this is one of recent rush creations. I combined two of my past works, because I had to make a brooch for my dance outfit. Haha! The black floral fabric is from a long skirt that I cut short, then I added a white ribbon on it. The small laces are from my blouse which I don't feel like wearing anymore so I took off its laces (because it was of good quality). I made the pink bow from excess fabric and the beads are from my necklace that was not usable anymore.
I should have named this "Reborn" instead of "Remix". Hahaha!
Seeing your works compared to mine makes me want to stop schooling and just do crafts. Hahaha! Just kidding :P