DIY Projects

jadeaymanalac

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Aug 26, 2013
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Hi Guys!
Every once in a while when I have free time I like doing some DIY projects.
Mostly my projects are inspired from runway pieces or what is trending for the season.
Some are easy like iron on badges or heat transfer print and some are very time consuming such as embroidery and sewing. But no matter how hard or easy the DIY projects are I still find it very satisfying and fun to do.
I just like to share to you few DIY projects that I made before. I will keep this thread updated everytime I finished a project :biggrin:

To start off my here's my PRADA Rhinestone Clutch Inspired DIY :cool:


this is my inspiration:graucho:

and this is my version


this is how I did it:


I hope you like it :smile:
 
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jadeaymanalac

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Aug 26, 2013
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Hong KOng SAR
Here's my new DIY or personalization I did to my Longchamp Le Pliage
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Just randomly iron on and sew on patches all over the bag and add few button pins to give it own character.
 

Matryoshka.ca

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Sep 23, 2014
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Wow, good job!! Both of your projects looks amazing!! Have you done something new recently?

I myself love doing something too, now I am working to update a coat, but it turns out such s hustle ...
 

Stansy

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Save water and drink Champagne!
This morning I finished another baby blanket for a friend: she gave birth a week ago, alas 2 months early. The baby is still in an incubator but he is doing fine!
I hope my friend and her son like the blanket :smile:
 

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jadeaymanalac

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Aug 26, 2013
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Here's my latest DIY project
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Using scrap fabric, patches and pocket square into Denim Jacket.
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1st I lay flat the the scrap, patches and pocket square on the denim jacket. Then I took a photo of it for quick reference. I cut each scrap fabric into desired size and pinned into the jacket.
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Using the zigzag mode of the sewing machine I sew in 1st the edge bottom layer of the design and did the same till I sew in the top layer.
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Then voila! Also did the same layering on the front of the denim jacket
 
Aug 14, 2006
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That clutch is fantastic!

I don't have pictures, but most of my DIY projects are home related. I'm planning on doing a bunch over the next few weeks that I will take pictures of. I would really like to get into fashion ones too.
 
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