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scissorsandthread:

DIY Studded Bag | Semi
I haven’t posted a stud DIY in oh… a few days and I would hate for you to think I’m running out of projects so here’s another! I like that this uses red studs, it gives a real pop of colour on the bottom of the black bag. I’ve just gotten a second hand bag off of eBay and I think I’ll do something like this on it. Gorge!

scissorsandthread:

DIY Studded Bag | Semi

I haven’t posted a stud DIY in oh… a few days and I would hate for you to think I’m running out of projects so here’s another! I like that this uses red studs, it gives a real pop of colour on the bottom of the black bag. I’ve just gotten a second hand bag off of eBay and I think I’ll do something like this on it. Gorge!

Wow, a studded phone case! In this case, it’s a Blackberry, but you could totally try making it for iPhones or even other types of cell.
levit:

A little DIY i did just now, it’s really easy and probably took me less than an hour.
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Wow, a studded phone case! In this case, it’s a Blackberry, but you could totally try making it for iPhones or even other types of cell.
levit:

A little DIY i did just now, it’s really easy and probably took me less than an hour.
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Wow, a studded phone case! In this case, it’s a Blackberry, but you could totally try making it for iPhones or even other types of cell.

levit:

A little DIY i did just now, it’s really easy and probably took me less than an hour.

DIY - Asymmetrical Spiked Wedges

Shoes just cannot get much more awesome than this, I’m pretty sure. And it’s not only because of the spikes, but also because of the great heel. I have no clue what that silver thing is, but it makes the shoe even greater.

cabfayre:

I am currently obsessed with spiked heels. I’ve been dying for a pair for far too long…so I decided to DIY a pair for myself…and give you ladies a step by step breakdown so you can make a pair too!

 Supplies Needed:


A Pair of Sexy Heels or Wedges
Spikes - in a variety of sizes
(the Etsy store I bought my spikes from: CrushCrush)
Screwdriver
Awl
(to poke holes in the shoes - you can buy one for around $5 at a hardware store like Home Depot)
Chalk or Charcoal Pencil
(to mark where you want the spikes to go)
Padded Shoe Inserts or Thick Scrap Fabric
(to cover the exposed screw heads on the inside of the shoes)
Glue
(any fabric glue will work)

click “read more” below for the steps

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A few items for DIY inspiration! The studded bracelets are easy to make, but what I really love is the bear ring. Since it’s on top of a small plaque, one could chop off the head of any plastic animal, spray paint it gold or silver, glue it to a piece of wood and, finally, glue it to a ring. Sounds easy, I guess.
(via keiko lynn: she was an american girl)

A few items for DIY inspiration! The studded bracelets are easy to make, but what I really love is the bear ring. Since it’s on top of a small plaque, one could chop off the head of any plastic animal, spray paint it gold or silver, glue it to a piece of wood and, finally, glue it to a ring. Sounds easy, I guess.

(via keiko lynn: she was an american girl)