Love fringe? Love studs? This spring time bag update is perfect for you!
Rather than buying a new bag revamp one that you already have with some of our favorite trims!SUPPLIES
8” Imported Ultra Suede Fringe- Beige
4MM HF Octagon Rhinestone Stud in Gold
Scrap piece of fabric
Place your 4MM HF Octagon Rhinestone Stud in Gold on your 8” Imported Ultra Suede Fringe- Beige
Make sure each of your 4MM HF Octagon Rhinestone Studs are centered on each piece of fringe.
Once the stud is properly placed, cover the fringe with a piece of scrap paper.
Iron the scrap piece of fabric for 15 seconds. This will allow your studs to properly stick.
Once you have added all of your studs onto your fringe you’re ready to attach your fringe to your bag. Starting from the inside, begin sewing the fringe into place.
Now you’re ready to show off your new and improved bag!
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Spring is in the air and girly frocks will define the season. Lace trimmed camisoles were seen marching down the runways of Dior, Nina Ricci, Barbara Bui, and Antonio Berardi. This is a great trend for a DIY project, and since I am such a fan of upcycling things from the closet or an inexpensive thrift store find, I would like to show you how you can turn a simple camisole into a great top that fits right in with springs hottest trend.
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It is finally March and I am very excited. The thought of shedding the many layers worn to keep warm through yet another rough New York winter has got me doing cartwheels. But, we can’t pack up the sweaters and plush fabrics just yet, the cooler days still linger. However, there is no reason why we can’t add some spring like accents to help get us in the spirit of the up coming season. Flowers symbolize spring better than any I can think of and M&J has got a large assortment of flower pins. A flower pin makes the perfect spring time accessory and is quite versatile.
It can be added to a velvet bag or scarf so they can easily be carried over from winter to spring, and of course it looks great on your spring apparel too.