Tag: 4th of July


One of Each Blog - Middle Women Lace Black Dress

One of Each Blog - Middle Women Lace Black Dress

One of Each Blog - Middle Women Lace Black Dress

One of Each Blog - Middle Women Lace Black Dress

One of Each Blog - Middle Women Lace Black Dress Middle Women Lace Black Dress – Courtesy of Lulus.com // Bracelets – Free People // Boots – Urban Outfitters

It’s 4th of July people and it is officially summer. Hot dogs(cough cough tofu dogs), pool side tans, icy beverages, sparklers…little black summer dresses. All essentials for this time of year. Hope everyone is enjoying the holiday. Anyone have any fun plans?

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Personal Style: Stars and Stripes

American Flag Fringe Shirt - One of Each Blog

American Flag Fringe Shirt - One of Each Blog

American Flag Fringe Shirt - One of Each Blog

Happy 4th of July…well tomorrow. But now you can make this awesome shirt for all your festivities tomorrow! Check out the full DIY HERE!

Monday, June 04, 2012

DIY: American Flag Fringe Shirt


inspiration

step 1

ta da

step 6

finished shirt

finished shirt

Just in time for 4th of July!!!

What you’ll need:
* American Flag Inspired T-Shirt
* Scissors
* Ruler
* Cloth Marker/Chalk

Step 1:
Mark shirt along the front and back of the collar for more of an “off the shoulder” type look. Make sure to mark the front deeper than the back. Also mark the bottom of the shirt. Crop it shorter if you’d like. I cut right above the stitching.

Step 2:
Cut along marked lines on the neck and the bottom of the shirt. Remember not to cut the front and back of the neck at the same time.

Step 3:
Start about 5-6 inches from the bottom of the shirt, and mark a horizontal line. This is where the fringe will start and your stoping point when you being to cut. Then mark 1 inch vertical strips along the bottom on the shirt. This will be the fringe.

Step 4:
Cut along vertical marked lines until you hit your stoping point. For this I cut through both sides of the shirt at once.

Step 5:
Once strips have been cut, pinch the top and bottom of a single strip and pull. This should stretch the strip and cause the sides to curl in. Repeat!

Step 6:
Put on and go find a bbq.