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  • Dorm Room Tutorial Projects

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    Do you need dorm room inspiration to dress up your dorm room? These tutorials are simple and easy to follow, making your dorm room very unique! Save money on dorm room decorations with these at home DIY projects. Mood fabrics is home to an expansive amount of fabrications and colorations making it simple for you to collect the fabric needed for these projects. Make your dorm feel like home with these simplistic yet fun ideas!  Dorm room Tutorials:

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    1) Bulletin Board Decor

    2) Pillow

    3) Curtains

    4) Poof Ottoman

    5) Tapestry

    6) Seat Cover

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    Decorate Bulletin Board

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    Items needed

    ½ fabric – can be same or different fabric

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    Step 1:

    Fold over each half-yard with the face out and iron the fabric so that any wrinkles are pressed out. Once your fabric is folded it will be 9″ in length, the exact length of the pennant. The top of the pennant will be 7″ wide so measure in 7″ from the selvedge. To create the point, measure 3.5″ in from the bottom and make a mark. Then connect the top two ends to the point and you have a perfect triangle! Once your first pennant is measured, alternate sides measuring over 7″ and they will all be the exact same size.

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    Once all of the prep work is done you can begin to make your cuts! They should be fairly simple, just make sure you use a pencil with a dark line so that you can see it well enough. I also recommend using fabric scissors that are very sharp. The cotton fabrics are all woven so you want to prevent fraying!

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    After all of your fabric is cut, begin to pin your pennants on your trim. You can use all different types of trim, I would recommend measuring your bulletin board to figure out how long you’d like to make yours. Leave 5 1/2” on each side for hanging purposes. Begin to place the pennants neatly; I placed mine 4” apart from each other. Make sure you place them with the right side facing down, you will be sewing the trim overtop of the pennants.

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    Begin to sew each pennant onto the trim, sew on the upper edge back tacking, and do this for all pennants. Sew the bottom edge as well so the pennants lay flat on the trim.

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    Fold each edge of trim on the ends over about an inch; sew this down to have a neat edge on each side.

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    Hang up your newly decorated banner to add color and life to your bulletin board.  You can also use a few on the pennants you cut out to decorate your notes and to keep you reminded of what’s going on throughout the semester.

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    DIY pillow

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    1 yd. fabric

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    Measuring tape

    Scissors

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    This pillowcase tutorial is very easy to make, this is a great beginner’s project.  Make a few and they will make for a great dorm room decor idea! Not to mention a very comfy bed or lounging area! ZzZzZ

    Step 1: I started out with a 14" X 14" pillow form.  Add 1" to the width of you measurements for seam allowance.  For the length double it and add 6". This will allow for the overlapping of the sham and seam allowance.  The final measurements I cut on my pillow were 34" X 15".

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    Step 2: Next, on the short sides,chalk in a .5" seam allowance turn your edge over .5” , pin and iron. Then, chalk another .5",  turn it over on the .5" , pin and iron. Then, sew the seam along the edge. Do the same thing to the other short side. For the long sides, only chalk a .5" seam allowance on both long sides.

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    Step 3: Once your short sides are hemmed, lay your fabric on the table right side up. Take your pillow form, place it in the middle of your fabric, and fold your fabric over your pillow.

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    Step 4: Make sure the fabric is lined up on either side and fits snug around the pillow. Then, pin the two flaps of fabric together on either side.

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    Now, slide the pillow out of the fabric and pin both sides of the fabric together along the sides.

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    Step 5: Now, sew a straight line along the .5" seam allowance you previously chalked along the edges you have pinned. After you’ve sewn both sides, turn your pillowcase right side out through the open flap you have in the middle.

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    Insert the pillow into the case through the open flap and you're all done!

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    DIY Curtains

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    For tutorial purposes I am going to create curtains but on a smaller scale. You can use this tutorial to make ones to fit your windows but be sure to measure your windows and cut your fabric relating to your measurements.

    Step 1: First, Iron your fabric; sew a half-inch seam allowance around all sides, excluding the bottom.

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    Step 2: After you have completed your hem, fold the top of your fabric down about 3”. This is for the rod to be entered through when hanging. Sew where the end of the fabric meets when folded over.

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    Hang out your curtains, if they are to long you can always hem the bottom to your liking. If they fit to size, be sure to hem them atlas 1/2" to complete a finished look.

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    DIY Poof Ottoman

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    Fabric

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    I suggest making a larger one then I am here, but to save time and materials I am going to make a smaller scale one.

    Step 1: Measure out a square size that you want, this will be the top and bottom of your ottoman. I used a 18" X 18" square. Cut 2 of these pieces out.

    Measure out the rectangle side panels now, you will need four.  You must use the same length as your square, I made mine a bit thinner. My measurements were 18" X 10". cut out four.

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    Note: If you are making your own sizes be sure to incorporate seam allowance, I incorporated a .5" seam allowance in all of my measurements.

    Step 2: Connecting the side panels, with right sides together begin to pin the side panels all together, one after another. Sew these together with a .5" seam allowance.

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    Step 3: Connecting the top, Right sides together begin to pin each side panel to the four edges of the top panel. You may have to move things around to be sure the four corners match up. Sew a .5" seam allowance around the four sides of the top panel.

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    Step 4: Connecting the bottom, do the exact same thing for the bottom as you did for the top, except when sewing you are going to leave a large opening on one of the side panels. After you've sewn a .5" seam allowance around all bottom edges( with the exception of the opening) turn your ottoman right side out.

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    Step 5: You may have to use a pencil to point out all of the corners to insure it is completely right side out. Begin to stuff your ottoman, stuff it as much as you can.

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    Step 6: it is easiest to hand sew the opening closed, after you have done this you are all done!

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    Enjoy !!

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    DIY tapestry

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    1 Panel fabric

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    Step 1: Get a panel fabric to have a large print tapestry. If you’d like you can keep the edges unfinished, but for a more neat look hem the edges about ½ “ or 1”.

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    DIY Seat Cover

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    Step 1: Measure the hight and width of your chair that you'd like to cover. Add 1" seam allowance to both the length and width. Add about 2 inches to the length of the fabric to make room for the draping over the top of the chair.

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    Step 2: Pin & Sew 1/2" hem to both ends of the fabric, so the bottom has a finished look.

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    Step 3: Fold right sides together and sew a 1/2" seam to both sides. This is to close the seat cover.

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    Turn your seat cover right side out and slip over your chair!

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     Your dorm room will be extremely unique with all of your hand made creations! Follow these tutorials or use it as inspiration to make your dorm room feel like home.

  • DIY Dorm Decor

    Get inspired by this collage to create the perfect decked out dorm room!

    Use these fabrics to replicate this dorm room for a cozy and comfortable environment all semester long.

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    Above is an inspiration for a women's dorm room. Use your imagination with creating your dream dorm room. Use a variety of textural fabrics and colors to create pillows, blankets, duvet cover, curtains, headboard, seat covers and many more items for your interior space. Dorm rooms can be small and cold at first, once you add all of your fantastic creations, your room will feel just like home.

    diy dorm mensHere we have a cooler combination for a men's dorm room.  This room consist of a variety of soft fabrics perfect for lounging with cool coloration. Adding bold patterns can give a dorm room life. Create duvet covers, wall hangings, blankets, throws, sheets, pillows and even curtains.

    Create your own dorm room with your sewing skills! Be unique and have a great dorm room experience with items that you made. Check out the other fabrics Mood has to offer for more ideas!

  • Get The Look ~ Posh Palazzo Pants

     

    Palazzo pants are comfortable, breezy and perfect for the summer seasons.  Here at mood, we have a variety of jersey knit options that suit this pant design very well.  This tutorial is simple easy and fast, great for beginner sewers!

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    Items Needed:

    2 yds fabric

    1 yd: 1” elastic

    Seam ripper ~ for mistakes

    Fabric scissors

    Existing pants

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    Dressing pins

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    Safety pin

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    First set up your machine with matching thread and bobbin to accompany your fabric of choice. For jersey fabrics  you must use an impromptu 2-surge stitch, or use a fancy zigzag. Below you can see examples of stitches able to use on jersey fabrics. (I used the one on the right side)

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      You are going to want to fold your fabric in half neatly to receive 2 panels front and back when cut.  Place a pair of folded pants in half onto the fabric; insuring the crotch seam is at a strong point.  It is very important you make your pattern with a curved pointed crotch seam. I chose a pair of palazzo pants to begin with, but if you do not already own a pair, you could use a pair of jeans.  To create a palazzo effect, add width to your jean pattern, for a total of 12” width for your pant leg.  After adding the width to your pattern add an additional inch for seam allowance to all sides. For my pattern I decided to add 4 “ to the top of my pattern to create a high wasted effect.

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      Now you are ready to cut! Be sure to cut on the fold to insure you end up with 2 separate identical panels. Pin these panels together and flip to the other side on top of your uncut fabric. Cut out pattern again facing the opposite direction. You will end up with another 2 panels. Now, you should have a total of 4 separate panels.  Pin the identical panels’ right sides together.  

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    Now you are ready to sew! Practice your stitch on a sample piece of jersey fabric to get used to the stitch you are going to use. (Straight stitch will not hold in a jersey knit fabric).

    With the right sides pinned together, you are going to sew 2 identical panels together with a 1” seam allowance. Sew the outer leg pant seam from top to bottom. Be sure to back tack at the beginning of your stich and at the end. Do this for both pinned panels.

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    Now, sew a 1” seam allowance on the inside leg seam stopping at the crotch point, do not go all the way up. Back tack at the beginning and end of your stitch. Do this for both leg panels.

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    It is time to sew the crotch seam, the most important seam of a pant pattern.  Take all pins out if you have any in your leg panels. Turn one leg right side out and leave one inside out. Place the right side out leg panel into the inside out leg panel. Now, with one inside the other, match the crotch seams together. So that your seam matches perfectly pin the crotch seam in place.  Pin the remainder of the leg panels together.  Sew a 1” seam to attach the 2 panels inside each other together. Be sure the inner leg seam for the best visual outcome.

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    Take the right side out pant leg out side of the other leg and insure your seams match.  Make it so your pants are completely inside out.

    Make a 1 1/2” casing for your elastic around the waistband of your pants. Sew this as a tube like structure. Don’t sew this tube shut, leave about a 2” opening for the elastic to be inserted.

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    Measure your waist for the elastic and subtract 2-3 inches only if you want your pants to be high wasted. If you would prefer your pants to sit on your hips only subtract about an inch or two at the most. Cut this elastic to your desired length.

    Attach a large safety pin to one side of your elastic.

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    Ease your elastic through the opening through the casing until the other side of the elastic meets the safety pin.  Pull out both sides of the elastic (enough to fit under the sewing machine).  Place one side of the elastic on top of the other end of the elastic. Sew a vertical line over top connecting the two ends of the elastic.

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    Once the elastic is sewn and completely inside the casing, sew the opening of your casing closed.  Move the gathered fabric around evenly.  At the 4 points where the side leg seams meet, front and back crotch seams meet sew a short vertical line connecting your casing to your elastic. This will insure your elastic wont twist when you put on your pants or wash them.

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    Try your pants on and decided the length you want them to be, If you have not already washed your fabric take inconsideration shrinking. Hem the bottoms of your pants to you desired length.

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    Congratulations on completing your palazzo pants.  I hope you have found this tutorial easy and simple.  This design is very versatile and can be altered to fit any size. Using jersey fabric is great to form around curves and very comfortable for pants.  If you prefer a cool weather garment, using wool coating would be great for this design.

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  • Mood DIY: Stella & Dot Tempest Inspired Necklace

    It's no secret that I am absolutely in love with some of the creations from the jewelry line Stella & Dot....but don't always have it in the budget to rock every piece that I want -- unless, you opt to do it yourself.  So, I grabbed some metal chain, crystals, thread, and a closure from Mood Fabrics NYC; and opted to create my own version of Stella & Dot's Tempest Necklace.  Now, I must admit, my first attempt at a Statement Necklace was good....but I couldn't figure out why it didn't lay on my neck the way I wanted the all time. But I eventually figured out the solution -- you have to perfect the formation you want from the very beginning, and that is what I did this time. Like the Tempest, my necklace can be worn two ways. Double the bang for your buck. Hope you enjoy! Do you have a favorite Stella & Dot Necklace you've been eyeing? Tell me below. Stella and Dot Tempest Inspired Necklace 1 Stella and Dot Tempest Inspired Necklace 2

    Stella and Dot Tempest Inspired Necklace 3 SUPPLIES: wire cutters, pliers, glue, chain, crystals (in black and clear), upholstery needle, closure, and yarn Stella and Dot Tempest Inspired Necklace 4 HOW-TO: 1. Using your wire cutters, cut down 3 pieces of crystals (I used to 2 black and one clear), along with 2 pieces of chain (Note: due to the nature of them curving, one will be gradually longer than the other from the inner edge to the outer edge). 2. You want to play around with the chain and crystals visually to figure out what you want.  Once you decide, lay everything out FACE DOWN in that formation exactly (Note: This step is extremely important, because once it is set, it's set). 3. Now that you have an idea of what it's going to look like, remove the 2 pieces of chain from the outer and inner perimeter, and begin to apply glue to the back side of just the crystals you will be working with (Note: you want glue not only on the back, but in between each chain a bit. You don't want it to be too messy and show through the front of the necklace, but at the same time you do want them to adhere to each other). Let this sit for about an hour to dry. 4. Add back in the inner chain, and begin to add glue along the side of the chain and crystals. 5. Do the same thing for the outer chain, that you did for the inner. (Note: I used a pen cap to make the glue application in between chain and crystals, easier). 6. With my needle and thread, start binding just the 3 rows of crystals together.  You will ultimately tie the whole thing together, but start here.  I began on the back side and brought my needle up over top of the first row, drove needle beneath the middle row, and then went over the top of the last row -- ending on the back side of the necklace.  From there, I fed my thread diagonally over to the top of the next row, and began again. 7. Next step is to bind the inner chain to the row of 3 crystals you tied altogether already. Knot the thread to the first link on the chain like I did in Step #10 -- as always, starting on the back side.  Then drive needle from bottom over the top of the first row of black crystals, through the eye of the next adjoining chain link, back through the bottom. Repeat. 8. Repeat Step #7 for outer chain. 9. Grab one side of your clasp, you decide what will be top and which will be bottom.  I used black thread for a sleeker look. Starting with chain on one end, weave needle through each opening of crystals and chain, making sure to drive the needle over the bar of the clasp, with each pass. Then tie it on the back. (Note: the picture is a visual of how the under side of the necklace looks at this point). 10. With needle attached to thread, knot one end of a very long orange string (I'd say at least 3 feet) to the first link in the chain. 11.  Chain and crystals are all bound together at this point, so this threading is purely for decoration.  Take this same string and drive needle over the adjoining link to the right, and directly through its middle.  Right before you pull the thread taught, bring the needle back up directly between the necklace and the anchor thread (NOT BEHIND this thread --See picture). Stella and Dot Tempest Inspired Necklace 5

    Brandhyze Stanley is the chief voice of Frugal-nomics.com; a platform designed to share with women how to live and look fabulous on a dime. She’s also a finalist in the voting contest  for ALL YOU MAGAZINE’S Smartest Shopper.  A DIY girl at heart—Brandhyze has been featured on The View, The Early Show, The Today Show, InStyle Magazine, Essence Magazine, and MTVStyle. A Wilhelmina Model for nearly a decade, with a Business Degree from Loyola University Chicago, Brandhyze is a Fashion & Style Writer and Video Contributor for Newsday Westchester, and provides DIY content to the popular How-To Site, eHow. Brandhyze is a huge thrifter and a lover of all good deals, follow her on Twitter @MyFrugalnomics and on Facebook at Facebook.com/Frugalnomics.
  • Mood DIY: Great Gatsby Headband

    I saw the newest remake of the Great Gatsby this weekend, and while I think I'm more a fan of the one with Robert Redford (I specify which one, because I just realized, this film has been made over a bazillion times), I will say I was mesmerized the entire time with the fashion.  Take me back to the 1920's -- PRONTO!  The feathers, the dresses, the cloche hats -- I was truly in love...and the blinged out Tiffany headband worn by Carey Mulligan, was no exception. So you know me....in homage to hers, I grabbed a fabulous brooch and all my other supplies from Mood and made my own for a fraction of the cost. In full dress up mode I took to the streets --red lip and facial mole and all -- to make it look extra official :) Tell me what you think!

    Great Gatsby Headband 1 Great Gatsby Headband 2 Great Gatsby Headband 3 SUPPLIES: crystal brooch, e6000 glue, rhinestone ornament (one similar, here), needle and thread, ribbon, rhinestone chain (I originally thought I would use these white plastic strip of beads, but later opted for the rhinestone chain), scissors, and wire cutters. Great Gatsby Headband 4

    How-To: 1. Cut two pieces of ribbon at an angle on one end. My first one is 15 inches, and my second is 21.5 inches at the longest points. 2. Dab a tiny bit of glue on the end so it won't fray. 3. With your wire cutters, remove the back pin and adjoining metal to create a "flat" back to your brooch. 4. Using the e6000 glue, adhere both ornaments to each side of the brooch's back. 5. Let dry for a few hours (Note: I left it over night). 6. Slip your ribbon through the open end of your rhinestone ornament, and with only a half if left over, apply a dab a glue to it and hold it (Note: it all depends which side you want to wear the brooch on. For example, if you want it on the left side of your face, when it's laying down on your table and facing up...you'll want to put the shortest ribbon on the right). 7. I originally thought I'd try plastic beads, but later thought the rhinestone crystals pictured here would be much better -- I was right. Cut two strips, the length of about 14 stones. 8. Glue these two strips of rhinestone chain to the back of the brooch. 9. You can always gone with clean finish, but if you'd like a little added security, stitch the ribbon in place.

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    Brandhyze Stanley is the chief voice of Frugal-nomics.com; a platform designed to share with women how to live and look fabulous on a dime. A DIY girl at heart—Brandhyze has been featured on The View, The Early Show, The Today Show, InStyle Magazine, Essence Magazine, and MTVStyle. A Wilhelmina Model for nearly a decade, with a Business Degree from Loyola University Chicago, Brandhyze is a Fashion & Style Writer and Video Contributor for Newsday Westchester, and provides DIY content to the popular How-To Site, eHow. Brandhyze is a huge thrifter and a lover of all good deals, follow her on Twitter @MyFrugalnomics and on Facebook at Facebook.com/Frugalnomics.

  • Mood DIY: Jeweled Shoe Clips

    Summer is here and I'm on color overload -- and my shoes are no exception.  It was when I came across these jeweled and gold brooches at Mood, that I immediately thought of the perfect way to take some closet staples to the next level! Endless fun for endless shoe possibilities. What more can a girl ask for? :) Jeweled Shoe Clip 1 Jeweled Shoe Clip 2 Jeweled Shoe Clip 3   SUPPLIES: Wire cutters, brooches in pairs of 2 (I have one of each version I used shown here.  Be sure to check their design, because they are often purchased individually -- therefore color schemes may vary), e6000 glue, and 4 earring clip-on backs. Jeweled Shoe Clip 4    
    Jeweled Shoe Clip 5 Note: Both brooches are available at Mood NYC. The gold brooch is from Oscar de la Renta!
    How-To:  1. Using the wire cutters, completely snip off the entire pin back and adjoining metal (Note: if it doesn't come off clean, use a nail file to smooth the surface). 2. Add e6000 glue to the earring backing. 3. After you decide which side is "up" for the layout of your brooch, adhere earring backing to it, and hold in place for a moment. 4. Let glue dry for several hours -- I did it overnight.  (Note: If your earring backing protrudes out in any way, and is uncomfortable for your foot, feel free use wire cutters to remove it). Jeweled Shoe Clip 6  
    Mood NYC and Mood LA both have a wide selection of brooches that can be converted into shoe clips. Mood NYC and Mood LA both have a wide selection of brooches that can be converted into shoe clips.
    Brandhyze Stanley is the chief voice of Frugal-nomics.com; a platform designed to share with women how to live and look fabulous on a dime.  A DIY girl at heart—Brandhyze has been featured on The View, The Early Show, The Today Show, InStyle Magazine, Essence Magazine, and MTVStyle. A Wilhelmina Model for nearly a decade, with a Business Degree from Loyola University Chicago, Brandhyze is a Fashion & Style Writer and Video Contributor for Newsday Westchester, and provides DIY content to the popular How-To Site, eHow. Brandhyze is a huge thrifter and a lover of all good deals, follow her on Twitter @MyFrugalnomics and on Facebook at Facebook.com/Frugalnomics.
  • Mood DIY: Beyonce Super Bowl-Inspired Bustier

    Was I the only one who sat in awe after the Super Bowl half time show last month?  Not only at Beyonce's performance  -- I mean Kelly and Michelle were a refreshing throwback -- but of Beyonce's COSTUME?  I literally said out loud when she flashed that winning smile at the end...."now THAT'S HOT!"  So, I don't need to tell you how excited I was to learn that the very designer of Bey's costume (his name is Rubin Singer)....got the guipure lace from Mood Fabrics NYC. Welllllll....that's all I needed to hear.  I marched up to Mood, stalked the fancy lace section, got my hands on a secondhand leather vest, and got to work.

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    Beyonce Inspired Bustier 2 Supplies: Leather vest, guipure lace, rotary cutter, scissors, straight pins, tape measure, straight edge, pen, sewing machine, and/or  needle and thread.  (Note: you can use fabric paint or spray paint to dye lace if you'd like). Beyonce Inspired Bustier 3 How-To: 1. Wrap lace around your body, or mannequin to estimate where lace will fall and how much you'll need. 2. I used masking tape here, but it would be just as easy to use straight pics to section off a guide to what part of the design you want to include BEFORE you cut. 3. Cut out the "U" shaped form of lace you'll be working with -- slowly snipping pieces of the lace close to the edge that won't be included in your design. 4. I wanted a slightly darker shade than what was available, but this step is totally optional.  To change lace color, feel free to use fabric paint or even spray paint to do the job.  (Note: I tried RIT dye initially, but unfortunately it didn't work). 5. Use tape measure and pen to mark out the deep "V's" of leather that you'll remove from the abdomen area of the vest. 6. Use a rotary cutter to precisely cut the leather. 7. With straight pins, hem the rough edges of the vest that are left after you cut out the V's. 8. With a half inch seam allowance, hem the leather V's. 9. Hand stitch lace onto the inner lining of the vest.

    Beyonce Inspired Bustier 4 Brandhyze Stanley is the chief voice of Frugal-nomics.com; a platform designed to share with women how to live and look fabulous on a dime. A DIY girl at heart—Brandhyze has been featured on The View, The Early Show, The Today Show, InStyle Magazine, Essence Magazine, and MTVStyle. A Wilhelmina Model for nearly a decade, with a Business Degree from Loyola University Chicago, Brandhyze is a Fashion & Style Writer and Video Contributor for Newsday Westchester, and provides DIY content to the popular How-To Site, eHow. Brandhyze is a huge thrifter and a lover of all good deals, follow her on Twitter @MyFrugalnomics and on Facebook at Facebook.com/Frugalnomics.
  • Get The Look Season 9 Episode 13

    Get The Look Season 9 Episode 13

    Get The Look Season 9 Episode 13

    Remaining designers must create a three look mini-collection. Get The Look! Don't forget to vote for your favorite look of this episode at Project Runway Season 9 Rate the Runway HERE, and watch the full episode HERE.
  • Get The Look Season 9 Episode 11

    Get The Look Season 9 Episode 11

    Get The Look Season 9 Episode 11

    Designers are challenged by L’Oreal to create a look using the inspiration of exotic birds. Get The Look! Don't forget to vote for your favorite look of this episode at Project Runway Season 9 Rate the Runway HERE, and watch the full episode HERE.
  • Get The Look Season 9 Episode 10

    Get The Look Season 9 Episode 10

    Get The Look Season 9 Episode 10

    In this episode the remaining designers are challenged to create a new look based on 1970s fashion. Get The Look! Don't forget to vote for your favorite look of this episode at Project Runway Season 9 Rate the Runway HERE, and watch the full episode HERE.
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