How to Make a Tulle Bow Tank

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

 
Take the unloved clothes in your closet and refashion them into 
sparkling holiday pieces that are a little less (yawn...) and a lot more (yes, please!). 



I know the basic tank is the sartorial equivalent of comfort food, but for whatever reason, I always have more basics than I need, so here's a project I came up with when I opened my dresser and realized how many plain, white tanks kept falling out. Just a sprinkling of DIY fairy dust will help your tank bring sparkle and pizzaz to your holiday outfits, unless you style it with orange...then it becomes the creepy spider tank. HA.


11 comments:

  1. A brilliant idea, and very very cute!

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  2. Lovely, original and easy to do - what more do we ask?

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  3. Hi Kristina,
    Another stunning project! I'll definetely try it!
    Please visit my blog to see my sequin trim sweater made after I've seen your last post.... I would love to have one of your comment on my blog!
    Kiss, Carmen (from Italy)
    http://marnero.blogspot.it/

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  4. Love this! Not sure I have the confidence to pull off all the texture but I'm definitely going to make something similar for my niece (who's spunky as all can be and would love this to pieces... literally.) Thank you for sharing! xxJess

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  5. ¡Una idea genial!, ha quedado una camiseta muy bonita. Felicidades por una idea tan buena. Un saludo desde Zaragoza (Spain)

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  6. How fun! I have an idea to try to spin off from this... Thanks for the inspiration!

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  7. Ooohh. It makes all kinds of possibilities swirl in my head. You are full of funky ideas K!
    Hugs, Sheree.

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  8. Made this today! Cute as a button...or bow! Thanks for a great creation.

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