DIY – Pearl Hairpins


Learn how to recreate Emma Watson’s beautiful hairstyle by following these simple steps. This up-do is perfect for a girl’s night out or a special event.

chanelpearlingredientschanelpearlglueApply superglue to the folded wire and stick it into the hole of the pearl. Allow to dry.chanelpearlwrapOnce dry, begin twisting the wire around the end of the bobby pin. Make sure to position the pearl on one side of the bobby pin.chanelpearlfinalglueWhen finished twisting, cut the ends of the wire and apply a little super glue to make sure nothing can move.chanelpearlend

Finished! How easy was that! You can now use your hairpins in any hairstyle you choose.

For more detailed instructions click here.

Credit: Google Images, Honestly WTF

DIY – Infinity scarf

Do you want an infinity scarf like Megan Markle? Today’s DIY is easy, quick and won’t cost you a single cent. Gather up some old t-shirts, grab your scissors, and let’s go.

All you need:

  • Old cotton t-shirts (the bigger the better!)
  • Scissors


  1. Cut your shirt horizontally, below the sleeves and above the bottom hem.
  2. Put your hands inside the material  and pull outwards to stretch the shirt fabric. As you stretch, the ends where you cut will roll in on themselves.
  3. Add the scarf to any outfit, the options are endless!

If you want a thicker scarf then try this with an old jumper.

We hope you have fun with it!

Credit: Google Images, Honest Company

DIY – Slipper boots

DIY Slipper Boots

All you need is:

  • an old sweater
  • pins
  • scissors
  • yarn
  • darning needle


  1. draw an outline of your feet on a piece of paper
  2. cut it out with your scissors
  3. put the outline of your feet on the sweater and cut that out
  4. Put your foot into the sleeve and cut at the length you want to create a sock
  5. Repeat with the other foot
  6. and lastly sew the base and sock together

We hope you like this winter DIY and most importantly have fun while doing it!

Credit: muy ingenioso, pinterest

DIY – Scuba Mini Skirt



  • scuba/neoprene fabric around 0.5cm thick (1/4 of an inch)
  • craft paper
  • a pencil
  • super sharp scissors
  • pins
  • a sewing machine
  • matching needle and thread


How to:

1. Draw and cut out this pattern onto craft paper.Just sketch it onto paper and make sure the dimensions are the same. You may also want to modify it slightly for length by adding a few cm/inches to the wider part of the template at the bottom.Work out how many pattern pieces you need. They are 10cm (4 inches) wide at the top (the part that goes around your waist) so what you need to do is work out how many panels you need to go around your waist.

2. Cut your chosen number of rectables out of neoprene bigger than the template. Stack them together and pin the template on top.

3. Cut them out around the template. Make sure to match the template carefully!

4. Placing the wrong side together, pin two pieces of neoprene together.Pin the rest to the edges all the way around.

5. Sew all the edges together making sure to reinforce the beginning and end stitches.Sew the final panels together.

6. Voila!

See more on Pinterest





DIY with #Glamour Icons

#GlamourIcons shows you how to DIY like #Rihanna

All you need is:

1) An old leather jacket
2) Some patches you like to have on your jacket
3) Scissors, needle, thread and glue

Take the patches you like and place them in position. Then you can sew  or glue the patches on, just like that you and  ready to go to town with your spiced up leather jacket. Dress it up or down for the occasion.


How to! With Glamour Icons 

Add some glam style to your step for summer! 

All you need: 

  • Sandals – I bought mine at The Gap
  • Strung shells or beads – I used these from JoAnn
  • Hot glue
  • Scissors


  1. Measure your strung shells across the part of your sandals where you want to place them.Cut the string (mine were on a monofilament/plastic string) leaving an extra inch.
  2. Put a drop of hot glue at either end of your string of shells. This will keep them from sliding off.
  3. Put a line of hot glue across your sandals where you want to place your shells.
  4. Snip your threads on either end right where you put the drop of hot glue to finish the ends.

REF: #Styling #Trinketsinbloom #Fashion #Inspiration #Howto 

How to! With Glamour Icons 

Stylish, simple and elegant! Make it  your own! 

All you need: 

  • Leather piece or similar material
  • Round plate
  • Ribbon / tie
  • Punch MachineScissor
  • Marker
  • Belt with hooks (Handle)


  1. Put a round plate on the piece of leather (taken according to the required size of bag) and mark a circle on the leather piece.
  2. Cut the square piece of leather with the help of scissor on the mark.
  3. Now you are on the most important step of the making a handbag. Take a round piece of newspaper (equal to the size of leather piece) fold it equally making a semi circle then a pie and so on. 3 to 4 folds are enough. Punch it in the mid of pie shape leaving 1 to 2 inch edge. Now open the folds and put the piece of newspaper on the leather piece and mark on every punch.
  4. Punch the leather piece on all the marks clearly.
  5. Take the ribbon and pass it through the holes as shown in the figure.
  6. Stretch the ribbon from the ends to make the shape of handbag. Knot the ends of ribbon tidily.
  7. Put belt on the sides of the handbag to make the handle of handbag.

REF: #Styling #Howto #GlamourIcons – latesthandmade