DIY Lune’s Netted Stone Necklace. One of the comments suggested sea glass. Tutorial at Lune Blog here.
As of Monday I’m doing a few craft work shops. I’ve made some sheets about how to do things and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions and whether they’re clear enough? This ones for making tshirt yarn!
I personally loved this.
They show some really interesting ways to wear a scarf. I never even thought about ever trying some of these. ^^
♥1. Yellow Scarf: Add a corsage to spice up your scarf. ♥2. Pink and Purple Scarf: Use an infinity scarf as a shawl. ♥3. Lime Green Scarf: Fold your scarf in half, put the middle around your neck. Wrap the sides around your neck and back through the loop you made in front of your neck. ♥4. Geometric silk scarf: Add a chain to your smaller scarves with safety pins for a creative chic look. ♥5. Turquoise Tassel Scarf: Tie a loose knot and let your scarf fall like a large necklace. ♥6. Black and White Scarf: Take a chunky scarf and wrap it around your shoulders. Tie a bow. ♥7. Pink Scarf: Wrap a belt around your scarf for a vest-like feel. ♥8. Green Pashmina: Tie two corners of your scarf around your neck. Take the remaining two corners and tie them around your waist for a halter-top effect. ♥9. Coral Scarf: Tie a knot towards the bottom of your scarf. ♥10. Yellow Soft Scarf: Check out this video to see how to braid a scarf. ♥11. Black and White Leopard Scarf: Wrap a scarf around your waist to create a belt. ♥12. Yellow and Purple Scarf:What’s better than one scarf? Two!
I have so many hair clips that i’ve found at estate sales and antique stores, but they can get kind of bla sometimes.
must try the string! a cute and inexpensive diy :)
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