D.I.Y projects really does kill boredom. I swear. Most especially when you think of all the old clothes you’ve got in your closet and those thrifted goodies from you mom’s, creative juices will overflow. Today is I’ve-got-nothing-to-do day (as usual) and I decided to spot some D.I.Y tutorials on the web. I found this how-to-create-fringe-necklace tutorial by Promise Tangeman.
I’ve been seeing the collaged picture tutorial on Pinterest for quite some time now and meh. It doesn’t seem to tickle my interest buds ’cause seeing the pictures, I’m like “wait, how did it come to that step? or like “anyare, bat naging ganyan?” Haha, luckily I found this full post ’bout the tutorial.
And what I did…
Ohglob, why does mine looked like a scarf? HAHA! Talk about the excess fabric. What do you think? 🙂
This is actually my mom’s t-shirt (reunion t-shirt with matching Maragondon Nat’l HS, Batch ’87 haha) and I hope she won’t kill me for
chopping off making her tee fashionably fit for the holidays. Haha. What I did was, I chopped off the necklines and the sleeves and cut the shirt vertically into strips. I used ALL of the strips so it looked like that – big and lump. Haha! Plus, it’s soo heavy. -_- Pero okay lang ‘yan, first attempt pa lang naman! 🙂 Next time, I’ll be choosing lighter fabric for this project and lesser strips of course. 😛
And yeah, I’m so into DIY stuff nowadays because I’ll be opening a shop with the collaboration of someone from the block! I think ideas with regards to diy crafts would mean a lot for us. Watch out for that!
Tomorrow will be the 21st of December (the second day of Christmas break), the said-to-be date of the ‘end of the world’ based on the popular belief of the Mayans. It’s a bit freaky, but I believe it’s not gonna happen. I know there are many things that await us in the near future so I don’t think things must come to an end as early as this.
P.S. We’ll be going to Laguna for Christmas and New Year. Pfft. Carolling ‘di na natuloy. 😡 😦 Wala naaa.