I'm back with another DIY. This DIY is super quick and easy. It took me only 10 minutes and I really like it! If you have a shirt that's too big, make it a cropped top / croptop! It looks much better and it fits perfectly!
It's been a while.. I finally finished my work at school, so that means that I will post more DIY projects for you guys :)
Today I made this galaxy/cosmic shirt with a friend of mine and it went pretty well! I had a lot of fun doing this project and I'm quite happy with the result! It's also a lot cheaper than buying a galaxy shirt in a shop or on the internet. So don't waste your money and make one on your own! It's easy and fun to do, so let's get started! And by the way, if you have any other DIY idea's let me know! Leave a comment below! :)
First of all, thank you so much for following! I reaaaallyyy appreciate it, means so much to me :) And thank you so so much for your lovely comments :) I will definitely keep posting!
Okay, so let's start. This DIY will be how to ombre-dye your denim jacket. It took me a few hours to make this DIY. It is not difficult to make and it will be a lot cheaper if you make it on your own. The dye that I used is Dylon, in the colour Arabian Night number 16. It cost only €1 and there is more than enough dye for the jacket. What I also used was bleach and salt. I didn't used bleach to get the ombre-effect, because the colour won't flow with the denim, the end result would be probably two colours, half white and halve denim.
A new DIY here :) I really enjoyed making these ombre-dye-shorts and it only took me 45 minutes! Very quick and easy. I bought my dye in a drugstore and it was only €1. Yep, so cheap and enough dye for your shorts. I did this DIY with my friend, we used 1 dye for 2 shorts and we had a lot dye left. The brand of the dye is called Dylon and the colour that we used is bordeaux. I dyed my light yellow short from zara, the dye didn't came out as bordeaux, it came as a dark red/pinkish colour, I like it though :)
If you have any questions, ask me! :)