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Fall Series- Revamped Sweater

Happy Fall!

Today is officially the first day of Fall! Although here it will get as high as 70 degrees today. This week I kicked off my Fall Series. For the next month each week (including this week) I will be sharing all fall everything DIY projects. I started this week with revamped sweaters. Check out the DIY below and please come back next week to see part 2!

Items Needed:

  • An old sweater if you don’t have one Salvation Army is a good place to start. I got some sweaters for 2 dollars each.
  • Old Decorative Shirt
  • Heat and Bond Sold at Wal-Mart for about 8 dollars
  • Scissors
  • Something to trace your shape (I used a heart)
  • Marker/Pen
  • Iron
  • Clear Nail Polish

DIY Fall Series Part 1

Let me know how you enjoyed the video. I do not own a sewing machine (yet . So heat and bond is my no-sew best friend these days. This DIY is perfect for those who do not know how to sew or do not have a needle and thread handy. This DIY was very inexpensive. I purchased the heat and bond for 8 dollars. If you do not have an old sweater you are willing to modify, visit your local thrift store or Salvation Army. How are you preparing for Fall?

Aspire to Inspire,

Nettafied

DIY Embellished Flats

 

Hey Hey!

Did everyone have a wonderful Labor Day weekend?! I hope so! Husby and I actually ended up coming down with a cold, so we spend out Labor Day weekend in doors. We are still trying to get over it, and I am hoping I did my best to keep it from my son. We still enjoyed ourselves in doors. Movies and tv shows were caught up on. This week I found some Do it yourself inspiration in my closet. I’ve had a pair of flats that I haven’t worn in some time, and decided to upgrade them.  All I had to buy was the Krazy glue and decorative embellishments. I spent a total of about 8.00 dollars on this project. The project was fun and ended up giving me a new pair of flats that I didn’t have to buy. 🙂 Let me know what you think?

Items Needed:

  • A pair of old flats
  • scissors (if necessary)
  • Krazy Glue
  • Decorative embellishments (from Michael’s)

DIY Embellished Flats 

Aspire to Inspire,

Nettafied