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Important Update from DIY Fashion!

Hello everyone!

I wanted to update you guys on the blog and talk about an important topic that hits close to home. As many of you have noticed, the blog has been inactive for a couple of years, but I have good news! I will be starting it up again and posting the submissions many of you have contributed during my absence!! I have not forgotten about you! I am sorry it has taken so long for me to respond to your inquiries and post your ingenious DIY tutorials. You guys are awesome and I want to continue sharing your ideas!

Which brings me to my important announcement related directly to why I have been gone for so long. I have been working diligently on a campaign called #EndTheStigma that aims to spread awareness and put an end to the social stigma surrounding mental health. The reason why I haven’t been posting is because I myself have been struggling with major depressive disorder. Because of my disorder, I started to neglect all of the things that used to bring me joy, including DIY Fashion. Fortunately, I am starting to get better and I finally have the motivation to kickstart the blog once again. 

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The #EndTheStigma campaign is simple: change your Facebook profile picture to the icon above (or one of the cover photos on the official website) to show your friends struggling with mental illness that you care and that they are not alone. If you want to learn more, visit www.endthestigmatoday.com and like the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/EndTheStigma2014! Please share and don’t forget to use the hashtag to help spread the word!

Thank you!

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DIY: Beaded Jean Cuff!

jemappelleshen:

It’s DIY time!

This DIY is great for sprucing up an old pair of jeans or to just add some bling to your favorite pair! You can add studs or use colored beads or thread to add some extra edge! Don’t forget you can try this out on the cuff of a jean jacket or shirt or try beading the collar. Your options are unlimited, so get creative!

— 1 year ago with 1424 notes
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DIY Studded Sweater | littleblacksalmiak.blogspot.com

Check out this lovely tutorial by Martina of Little Black Salmiak:

This is an extremely easy, fast fashion DIY! All you need is an old sweater and some studs. Very carefully place the studs in the “holes” of the knit, to avoid ripping of the fabric. Be creative, use different colored studs, make patterns etc… I’m very minimalistic so mine turned out like this :) what do you think?

— 1 year ago with 1344 notes
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Here’s a tutorial by fashion blogger Keiko Lynn for Michaels.com on how to create an edgy leather and spike chain necklace. You need a pair of round nose and side cutter pliers to do this project with ease, but they’re definitely worth the investment if you intend on making more custom jewelry! To view the full tutorial, click here.  

Here’s a tutorial by fashion blogger Keiko Lynn for Michaels.com on how to create an edgy leather and spike chain necklace. You need a pair of round nose and side cutter pliers to do this project with ease, but they’re definitely worth the investment if you intend on making more custom jewelry! To view the full tutorial, click here.  

— 1 year ago with 726 notes
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DIY Lace Collar T-shirt

Everyone’s wearing the collared shirt trend, whether their blouse features a rounded collar, a scalloped collar, or an increasingly popular Peter Pan collar. This tutorial by Manuela of Join the Mood gives a simple t-shirt the same effect as a collared shirt by lining the neck of the tee with a thick strip of decorative lace. With this simple update, a modest t-shirt can go from casual to chic!

— 2 years ago with 953 notes
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Anyone can make this Coachella-cool fringed crop top courtesy of Sincerely Kinsey. The only materias required are a black t-shirt, some bleach, cardboard, masking tape, and scissors—materials that a lot of us already own! View the complete tutorial on Violet Bella's blog by clicking here. 

Anyone can make this Coachella-cool fringed crop top courtesy of Sincerely Kinsey. The only materias required are a black t-shirt, some bleach, cardboard, masking tape, and scissors—materials that a lot of us already own! View the complete tutorial on Violet Bella's blog by clicking here

— 2 years ago with 1297 notes
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This simple idea from A Beautiful Mess can take any piece of solid material and turn it into a custom print through the use of handmade stamps! In this tutorial (found here), a solid white dress is transformed with a quirky and cute pony print. You can be as creative as you want and create custom t-shirts, shorts, pillows, rugs, wall art, etc. The possibilities are endless!

This simple idea from A Beautiful Mess can take any piece of solid material and turn it into a custom print through the use of handmade stamps! In this tutorial (found here), a solid white dress is transformed with a quirky and cute pony print. You can be as creative as you want and create custom t-shirts, shorts, pillows, rugs, wall art, etc. The possibilities are endless!

— 2 years ago with 824 notes
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Any Pepsi lovers out there? Here’s a tutorial that puts your love for Pepsi in jewelry form. Cami of You Seriously Made That? shows us how to make these adorable Pepsi logo earrings using a couple of recycled Pepsi cans and some Mod Podge Dimensional Magic. Not a fan of Pepsi? No problem! Just follow the same steps and replace the logo with a different design of fabric, paper, cardboard or plastic and you’ll have a unique set of custom earrings! View the full tutorial here! 

Any Pepsi lovers out there? Here’s a tutorial that puts your love for Pepsi in jewelry form. Cami of You Seriously Made That? shows us how to make these adorable Pepsi logo earrings using a couple of recycled Pepsi cans and some Mod Podge Dimensional Magic. Not a fan of Pepsi? No problem! Just follow the same steps and replace the logo with a different design of fabric, paper, cardboard or plastic and you’ll have a unique set of custom earrings! View the full tutorial here

— 2 years ago with 638 notes
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DIY Tutorial – Recycled T-Shirt Necklace

Have any old t-shirts that you need to throw away? Recycle them instead by creating this unique necklace by Ivanna. The only materials required are some scissors, a needle and thread, and a few beads for decoration. Click here to make your own fabric necklace. 

— 2 years ago with 120 notes
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