Thursday, March 27, 2014

PRETTY ME UP// DIY BEJEWELED HEADBAND!

This is the first rich crafty goodness I churned out for Cut Out+Keep on their Crafty Superstar feature! It's a uber-luxe bejeweled headband and looks so sophisticated at the same time. ( because we know that not everyone fancies OTT things). Looking to perk up a plain outfit?
I bet  this'll do the job!


Just corral your broken jewelry and random beads. (or maybe have some old dresses that you never wore because they were too sparkly for your taste? Switch the sparkle to your hair instead!) Your locks deserve that extra pampering,don't they?

If you already have a crazy assortment of beads and gems on hand, you're good to go!
See the full tutorial I made for them here! or












And if you're gifting it to a friend (like me!) then add it in a small pretty sachet for her to keep in! ( I just made mine out of some satin scraps and a fabric tape gift tag!)

You can check out another super-pretty headband tut here or more accessories to pump up your wardrobe in my DIY Gallery!
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Meanwhile, hop over to my Pinterest and Facebook to follow for hot new DIYs + become a subscriber! (I know we all wanna look gorgeous for frugal!)
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Take care, (Don't forget to pin and share with your friends!)
Nash

6 comments:

  1. love the idea and its simplicity.... a new reader and already hooked and going through all the previous posts... enjoying your writing and especially the pics... is I possible to know what camera or software u use for ur pics. looking for a good camera for myself...keep it up and looking fwd for the future posts....@desital.blogspot.com

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  2. Thank you! I use Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to edit all my posts and use a Nikon D3100 to take all my photographs. :)

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  3. Thnx a lot for the reply... I just got canon D650 .... my first ever professional camera *excited shriek* ... not a clue abt how to use it or edit pics. But thts wat I like abt blogging it let u keep learning and exploring new things.

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  4. Congrats! So happy you can begin snapping away pics! You can start by the manual and then check out super-interesting photography tips for bloggers on Pinterest. :)

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  5. I find it really difficult to view your projects...white on white I can not make out anything. I know you do some nice things ...but so difficult to see.

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  6. Aw, I'll take care of that next time :)

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