Happy Saturday and Happy Labor Day Weekend!!! Here’s to a long weekend! It’s a great time to make something fun and now that’s it’s September the gloves are off and we can’t officially put a pumpkin on everything and start thinking about Halloween, right? Ok, don’t worry I won’t go crazy, but I think fall is probably my favorite time of year. While there haven’t been any pumpkins on the blog just yet, and just in case you missed it here’s a little recap of what happened this week on TIB, grab your coffee and check out the fun projects.
Looking for a good way to extend your t-shirt or add a cute lace hem, this DIY Lace Edged T-Shirt is just what you need. This t-shirt is the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe, you can use an old t-shirt that you have and turn it into a super cute way to layer for cooler weather. You’ve probably seen this look all over Pinterest, so why not make your own? It’s super easy! Let’s get started!
I love fashion, but when it comes right down to it I’m really a t-shirt and jeans person, that’s what makes this Paris DIY Doodled T-shirt so perfect. This t-shirt is far from basic, with elements taken from doodles and sketches of Parisian icons, it’s a perfect addition to your fall (or even summer) wardrobe. For this DIY I’ve even created a free downloadable design for you to use to make your own.
This summer has been so hot, and all I want to wear are cool loose dresses, this Off the Shoulder T-Shirt Dress is the perfect solution to stay cool and look great! The best part is it’s super easy to make and not very expensive either. Double yay! Keep reading to make your own!
Turn a basic t-shirt into this seasons hottest cover up, a DIY Kimono! Did I mention there’s NO SEWING required? See how easy it is to make your own.
To see the full tutorial click over to i Love To Create.
I LOVE kimonos! They were the perfect layering piece for the summer and now they’re making a great transition into fall in slightly heavier fabrics with more intense colors. I love how you can get really great color using Tulip one step tie dye, so often your color looks great until you start rinsing it out and it all washes away. I’ve found that with the tulip dye, if I leave it on for about 3 hours before rinsing I get the strong colors I was hoping for.