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  • Mood DIY: Sequin Bow Headband

    Shimmer, sparkle, shine....sign me up (!) -- and with the holidays just around the corner, you may want to incorporate all three into your winter ensemble.  Now, me personally, I don't own a great deal of decorative hair accessories. But when I saw this sequin bow at Mood Fabrics, I knew I had to start a new trend for myself. So with a little glue, this fabulous sequin bow, and a spare headband, I am holiday ready -- super quick, super fun, super chic...all in a flash! Sequin Bow Headband made with supplies from Mood Fabrics.Sequin Bow Headband made with supplies from Mood Fabrics.SUPPLIES: glue, sequin bow, headband, binder clip, and needle and thread. Sequin Bow Headband made with supplies from Mood Fabrics.HOW-TO:  1. Add some glue to the back of your bow. 2. Adhere bow to your headband in the position you want it, and clamp it with the binder clip to let it dry for about an hour (Note: Add a piece of ribbon on the backside if you are concerned about any exposed glue touching your hair even after it drys). 3. Rather than let them stick up, I used a needle and thread to stitch the two flaps to the headband itself. Voila

    Sequin Bow Headband made with supplies from Mood Fabrics.

    Brandhyze Stanley is the chief voice of the award winning blog, 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 over a decade, with a Business Degree from Loyola University Chicago, Brandhyze provides DIY content to the popular How-To Site, eHow; and was a Fashion & Style Writer and Video Contributor for Newsday Westchester. Brandhyze is a huge thrifter and a lover of all good deals, follow her on Twitter @MyFrugalnomics and on Facebook at Facebook.com/Frugalnomics.

  • Halloween Contest Entry #71

    Pamela H's Klingon and Orion Slave Girl Costumes

    Pamela H's Klingon and Orion Slave Girl Costumes

    For the Klingon costume Pamela H's used black faux leather vinyl with studs and grommets for trim. For the Orion Slave Girl Costume (in green) was made using stretch velour, magenta color trim in gold polyester sequins and silk polyester for the bottom.
    For more information on how to enter the Mood Fabrics 2011 Halloween Costume Contest and complete contest rules for a chance to win a $100 Gift Card to MoodFabrics.com please visit www.moodfabrics.com/halloween2011/ Rate your favorite costume below!
  • Halloween Contest Entry #68

    Tracy G's Columbia from Rocky Horror Picture Show Costume

    Tracy G's Columbia from Rocky Horror Picture Show Costume

    Tracy G's Columbia from Rocky Horror Picture Show Costume was made with square gold sequin on tulle, round black sequin on tulle, Black Satin, and colored satin ribbon.
    For more information on how to enter the Mood Fabrics 2011 Halloween Costume Contest and complete contest rules for a chance to win a $100 Gift Card to MoodFabrics.com please visit www.moodfabrics.com/halloween2011/ Rate your favorite costume below!
  • Halloween DIY

    Halloween is upon us once again! It is the time to escape reality and transcend into anything or anyone we want to be, even if it is just for the night. With Halloween costume super stores selling your fantasy by the package, your vision is not always what you had imaged it to be and most likely you will run into a look alike more than once in one night. The only way to live out your fantasy every inch as perfect as you imagined it to be is to ultimately do it yourself. And though you may run into a few people that may resemble you that night, they all seem like knock-offs compared to your one of a kind. Popular costumes this year range from storybook imaginary best friends to the one and only King of Pop. Whatever your fantasy is, Mood Fabrics has just what you need to make all your Halloween dreams come true. wild-things First comes from the popular movie Where the Wild Things Are. The popular and lovable character of Carol is sure to be a favorite for all ages alike this Halloween. With a little bit of faux fur and a great mask, you are ready to go!!! The great added bonus for this costume is the fact that you will stay warm all night long.

    Mood Fabric dog

    The next, which is always popular and always fun, is Pocahontas. The best example of this DIY is demonstrated by Swatch, the Mood Fabrics mascot. His version isn’t exactly practical for humans but we can however use his great sense of style to create a look that is practical and stylish. Just use a little bit of ultra suede along with a cool trim such as feather or fringe to create an easy yet stylish Pocahontas costume!!! michael_jackson_shiny1246260745 And last but not least, this Halloween many will pay tribute to the one and only King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Michael had many great outfits to choose from. The most memorable would be his embellished bandleader jackets, pants with white socks, and the staple white glove. Get creative with this costume. Spruce up any blazer with a little metallic fringe, sequin, and some fancy buttons to create your own one of a kind Michael Jackson look. Whatever look you go for this Halloween season remember to be CREATIVE and have FUN because that is what this Holiday is all about!!!