EASY DIY FASHION ACCESSORIES

Hello, My good readers!! I am very glad to see you every time in my wonderful Diary. You know this post is devoted to all people who like to accessorize. We all understand what a difference an excellent accessory will create to an outfit – it can take a glance from day to night, dress it up or create a casual look feel a lot of fun. So, let’s start.

1.   DIY Fashion Individual Sunglasses:

DIY fashion Individual sunglasses looks awesome and unique. Now you don’t need to spend much money on buying expensive sunglasses like that, because I am going to show you how you can create your own in just 2 minutes.

MATERIALS:

  • Sunglasses
  • A little number of pearls
  • Scotch Glue

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. In the first step, you need to apply the glue on the back side of pearls.
  2. In the second step, you need to put the pearls one by one according to the round shape of glasses.
  3. Let it dry, your DIY Fashion Glasses are ready to wear.

2.   Do It Yourself Fabulous Dress:

In this one tutorial let me show you how you can simply create your own fabulous dress with the help of some amazing tricks.

MATERIALS:

  • Frock or any type of dress
  • Double-sided Tape
  • Sponge with paint.

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. First, stick the double-sided tape in different shapes and size.
  2. Then in next step apply sponge on sticking site. It will give a natural look to your dress as shown.

3.   DIY Coin Chandelier Earrings:

Every girl is fond of wearing jewelry but when we talk about earrings than the choice becomes higher. Today I am going to teach you how you can easily create your DIY earrings within minutes.

MATERIALS:

  • 2 big Coins
  • Small coins for hanging
  • Plier
  • Hooks
  • Holder
  • E-600 Glue

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. In the first step, you need to place all the materials in one place.
  2. Then took a big coin and hang the smaller coins to it with the help of Plier.
  3. Finally, stick the holder with the help of E-600 glue as shown down. Your DIY COIN CHANDELIER EARRINGS are ready to wear.

4.   Fancy Friendship Bracelets:

Remember the times of creating bracelets for all your friends and swapping out on the playground? Even to the current day, I still love sharing bracelets with friends. Here could be a fun tackle friendly relationship bracelet you’ll keep for yourself or share together with your nearest buddies.

MATERIALS:

  • Embroidery floss or thin cord
  • Jewels
  • Jewelry chain (silver or gold)
  • Clipboard & washi tape
  • Jump rings
  • Clasps

INSTRUCTIONS:

Step 1: Begin with four pieces of string and tie a knot at the highest. Clamp the knot under the clipboard and tape the 2 middle strings down with masking or washi tape.

Step 2: Take the left string over the center strings. Take the right string and slide it under the center strings.

Step 3: Pull the tail of the highest string (white) through the right. Pull the tail of the underside string (black) through the left.

Steps 4-5: Repeat this method but take the left string below the center strings now and the right string OVER the middle. You’ll alternate starting the left string on prime of the center strings for a knot, so the left string will begin below the middle strings for the subsequent knot.

Step 6-7: After you can incorporate your string of jewels, merely wrap the skin strings round the jewels. After you get to the tip of the jewels, begin your knotting process once more till you create it to the end.

Step 8: End your bracelets off with knots, slip knots, or clasps.

5.   DIY Lace and Neon Oxfords:

It’s time we tend to start wondering fall fashion, and nothing says “back to school” sort of a preppy pair of oxfords. Naturally, we had to feature some DIY magic to a comprehensible pair of oxfords to spice them up a bit. Thus, we took 2 of our favorite trends – lace and neon – and created this sweet neon-studded lace oxfords.

MATERIALS:

  • neon studs
  • scissors
  • 2 yards lace trim
  • Unique Stitch glue
  • E6000 glue
  • 2 yards neon cord
  • plain oxfords

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Take away the laces from your oxfords. You’re going to glue the lace on the shoe in sections, therefore cut a bit of lace which will roughly cover one section of the shoe. Follow the fundamental oxford outlines to make the sections. Liberally apply distinctive sew glue to the primary section, then place your lace on top.
  2. Use your scissors to trim the lace into the specified form. It should follow the basic lines of the shoe – this can be the simplest way to create every section.
  3. Still, cover the shoe with sections of lace till the whole shoe is covered. Let dry.
  4. Pull your neon wire through the holes to make laces.
  5. Begin adding your neon studs where desired. Merely place a drop of E6000 glue on the shoe, then place the stud on prime. Still, do that for every stud. We chose to follow the natural lines of the shoe; but, you may place your studs anywhere you wish.
  6. Finish studding the shoe – then you’re all done! Let it dry and you’re able to swank your new kicks.

6.   DIY// bobby pin earrings:

These are my bobby pin earrings that I talked concerning doing during this post. Mine is slightly different than the tutorial I followed. I used larger pins and totally different colors, however, the idea continues to be the same.

MATERIALS:

  • Craft wire
  • Earring hooks
  • Bobby pins
  • Nail polish

INSTRUCTIONS:

Start by painting your pins.

If you got your pins new, keep them on the small cardboard piece that they came on. This helps them keep them straight after you are painting them. If they aren’t new, pin them on one thing which will keep them straight.

Simply tape off the areas you would like to color and paint whatever pattern you wish. I simply cursed simple stripes. You’ll do chevron, diamonds, etc. whatever you would like.

Let your paint dry and thoroughly feel back the tape.

Next, prepare your wire. I cut 2 strips of metal wire and twisted them around one another. Take your pins off your cardboard piece and assume to the wire. Form your wire and fix your hook. Wrap another time around for security and cut the surplus off.

Repeat these steps for the second one.

Totally cool, right? And if you ever want a pin to carry your hair back, simply slip one off your jewelry and you’re smart to go!

7.   Gold Necklace Collar DIY:

This Gold Necklace Collar looks unique and stylish.  It is a better way to wear your collar instead of wearing a heavy necklace.

MATERIALS:

  • An awl
  • A small round plate
  • About a foot of gold chain
  • A lobster clasp and four jump rings
  • A small needle
  • Gold-colored thread
  • Metallic faux leather, which can be available on online stores.
  • A pencil
  • A paper file folder

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Place the plastic plate on the paper folder. Trace around the plate with a pencil.

2. Step two — From the “3 O’clock” point on the circle, make a line regarding two 1/2 inches long that slopes down at a couple of 45-degree angles.

3. At the “6 O’clock” point on the circle, draw a little, a line pointing down, regarding 1/2 of an inch long.

4. Connect {the two} lines from steps 2 and three, creating this line curve slightly then cut out this shape you create in steps 2-4. This may be your collar template.

5. On the back of the metallic faux-leather, trace around your model with the pencil. Flip the stencil over on the fabric, thus this form mirrors the one you only created and trace.

6. Cut out each collar pieces. Then using the awl, poke a hole at the slim finish of the collar slightly off from the sting, being careful to not tare the fabric. Repeat for the opposite piece of the collar.

7.Using the pliers, open a jump ring and thread it through one in all the holes you created in step 6. Keep the jump ring open and repeat this step for the opposite piece of the collar.

8. Cut a 2, four 1/2-inch sections of the chain — you should be able to do that simply with a pair of scissors.

9. Attach one end of 1 of the chain pieces you created in step eight onto one of the open jump rings. Close the jump ring and fix the opposite piece of chain to the other collar piece.

 

10. Using the pliers, open a jump ring and fix it to the top of 1 of the chains. Attach the lobster claw clasp and shut the jump ring.

11. A thread regarding 6 inches of gold thread onto your needle and tie a not. Take the 2 pieces of a collar and slightly overlap the highest points on the broader end, ensuring the top lines up. Poke the needle through the overlapping space through the back, thus your knot won’t be visible once your collar is finished.

12. Create a few additional stitches on this overlapping space to secure the 2 pieces of the collar along. Build the stitches as tiny as doable, so that they aren’t terribly noticeable.

13. Flip the collar over and trim the thread, going away regarding 2 inches of thread to tie with. Tie the 2 ends of the thread along into a double knot.

14. Place your collar on as you’d wear a necklace. Make sure that you simply clasp the necklace tight enough so the highest of the collar lines up with the top of your shirt.

I hope you would like All DIY fashion accessories plan, which I discussed here. Thanks for your time!!

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