DIY 5 Minute Necklace to Headband Tutorial from Creme de la Craft here. Only pliers and a hair elastic needed. For more DIY Headbands go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/headband and for more head pieces go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/headband
truebluemeandyou: Roundup of Panjas/handpieces. This is what is most popular on Google and Pinterest from my blog right now and I’ve added some gorgeous new DIY ones. For over 4 pages of DIY panjas go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/handpiece and for 8 pages of body armor/body chains go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/body-armor
True Blue Me & You DIY Gift Guide: Panjas or Handpieces. To see other roundups of DIY gifts go here:truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/diy-gift-guide
What do you call this piece of jewelry? Handflower, Panja, Ring Bracelet? I won’t call it a “Slave Bracelet”. Interesting article here.
After Looking all my panja posts, these are my Favorites to DIY for Gifts.
- Two Tutorials for Panjas from You Want Me To Buy That? here.
- Double Ring Panja Tutorial from Born in ‘82 here.
- Knockoff Alyssa Norton Panja Tutorial from Chic Steals here.
- Diamond Shaped Panja Tutorial from The Perfect Pear here.
- Turquoise Bead and Chain Panja Tutorial from into mind here.
- Knockoff Luv Aj Panja Tutorial from Honestly…WTF here.
- Beautiful Panja Tutorial from By Hand London here.
- Two Panja Tutorials. Left Photo: Delicate Panja from Hey! Look What I Made! here. Right Photo: Triangular Chain Panja from Pop Champagne here.
- Easiest Panja Ever Tutorial from Gloriously Chic here. All you need is a chain necklace.
DIY Clip On Heat Earrings from High on DIY here. These are really easy to make and are like a lot of the ear cuffs I’ve posted. For more DIY ear cuffs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/ear-cuff. For wire DIY jewelry and wire wrapping tutorials go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/wire and for heart jewelry and hearts of all kinds go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/heart
DIY Vanessa Mooney Inspired Twist of Fate Skull Bracelet Tutorial from Design Thrift here. Good tutorial with lots of links to supplies. Top Photo: $35 Vanessa Mooney Twist of Fate Skull Bracelet here, Bottom Photo: DIY by Design Thrift. For more DIY knockoffs of all kinds go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/knockoff
DIY No Sew Versatile Jersey Tunic Tutorial from Always Rooney here. This tunic takes 1 to 1.5 yards of fabric and there is a simple pattern at the link. For the knockoff Bina Brianca jersey wrap that you can wear it in 12 ways (and the most popular search on my blog) go here.
DIY Denim Jacket Restyle with Scarf Sleeves Tutorial from Always Rooney here. I’m posting this because I recently got a question about how to refashion a denim jacket with the sleeves cut off here.
truebluemeandyou: DIY Red Valentino Bow Back Cotton Jersey T-Shirt. Reblogging so you can see the original tutorial. I think Donatella has gotten over 100,000 views by now - will have to ask!
DIY Red Valentino Bow Back Cotton Jersey T-Shirt. I’m posting this in honor of its being inspiration & realisation’s most viewed post ever on her wonderful site (over 62,000 views and counting for this Valentino knockoff). Congrats Donatella! Tutorial for this easy to make shirt by inspiration & realisation here.
DIY Givenchy Inspired Purse Tutorial by Sprinkles in Springs from The Zoe Report here. I normally do not post slideshow tutorials because I find them annoying, but this is a really easy “big bang for your buck” tutorial. She used Forever21 costume jewelry for the embellishment on the purse. Photos by Sprinkles in Springs from Luckymag.com here.
DIY Embroidered Fox Dress Tutorial from Frolic here. There is a really detailed illustrated download on how to transfer/embroider these foxes (created by Hetterson and illustrated by Annemarie from Scout’s Honor Co). First seen at Studio DIY - 5 Things to Embroider here.
DIY Lace Watch Band Tutorial from A Law Student’s Journey here. This is so much easier than it looks because ribbon crimps are used. Also, the one place I have learned not to scimp is on clasps. Buy the best quality you can so you can easily open and close them!