Posts tagged DIY accessories
Cap-toe shoes: A little bit naughty, a little bit nice
This seasons cap-toe shoe trend has shoe lovers all over the globe uniting. Whether you prefer dainty pumps or biker boots, you’ll be sure to find the perfect cap-toe beauty to spice up your shoe collection.
Givenchy, Deena & Ozzy, Etro, Gianmarco Lorenzi
The metal cap-toe detail adds an unexpected twist to an ordinary shoe, but it’s also classic enough to wear for seasons to come.
And for those DIYers…you’ll love this DIY cap-toe project from Geri at Because I’m Addicted.
Proenza Schouler Spring 2011 Jewelry
Proenza Schouler has made the ugly beautiful and trendy (once a again). For Spring 2011 bracelets are made with bungee cords and carabiners.
Purchase them online at Proenza Schouler. DIY jewelry instructions for the similar look can be found on Honestlywtf.com.
DIY Holiday gifts
Looking for a fun DIY jewelry project for those cold and rainy days this winter? Or perhaps a last minute DIY Christmas gift for your best girlfriend (don’t worry, you’re not the only procrastinator). There’s nothing more special than wearing something handmade!
You can find wire wrapped rings at pretty much any boutique, but you you’ll have to pay a pretty penny for these little accessories. So, why not put on some good music, get your friends involved and let those creative juices flow?! It’s fun, easy and affordable.
Materials needed for DIY wire ring:
– 2 ft of 22 gauge metal, silver, or gold wire
– 1 Semi- precious stone bead of your choice
– A ring mandrel (used to form rings of your desired size)
– Wire cutter
– Flat nose pliers
– A good grip
Few easy steps:
– Begin by wrapping one end of the wire around the mandrel four times.
– Keeping the wire band wrapped tightly around the ring form, string the bead through the long end of the wire and wrap it three times tightly around the 4-layered band, at the end closest to the beads hole.
– Continue to wrap the wire four times beneath the stone, around the wire going through the bead. This will create a platform where the stone will sit.
– Then, again tightly wrap the wire three times around the 4 -layered band closest the beads hole.
– Finish by cutting the end of the wire and pushing it flat with your pliers so that it doesn’t poke you.