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Summer Vibes DIY Flip Flops!

We don't know about the weather where you guys are from, but it's been crazy hot in Sarawak lately! All this sunny weather has been putting us in a super summery mood, and we've been dreaming of heading down to the beach for some sun-and-sand therapy! We stumbled across a pair of plain grey flip flops while window shopping and got inspired to make some cute embellished beach sandals. Keep reading to see how we turned these boring old slippers into a personalised, funky fashion statement! Materials: A pair of slippers or sandals Scissors Super glue Rhinestones (or any other small embellishments) Hot glue gun Plastic flowers We'll be embellishing the straps of the slippers with rhinestones and pink flowers!...

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Valentine's Day DIY Tote

Valentine's Day is right around the corner, guys! We made a simple DIY with one of our plain black totes, and thought we'd share the love with all of you! Here's what you'll need to get started: Materials: Black tote (or any fabric you'd want to decorate) Fabric paint (we used white and pink, so it will stand out against the black) Ruler Scissors Pen Paper Cotton bud Something round to use as a template (we used a lid from a bowl) The first thing you'll need to do is cut out a heart template. Fold the paper in half, and use the lid (or anything round that's handy) to draw out a semi-circle, with one side of the semi-circle...

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Turn An Old Shirt Into A Tote Bag: No-Sew Tutorial!

Hi everyone! Here's a DIY project we've been wanting to do for a while: transforming an old, well-worn shirt into a cute tote bag! We couldn't believe how easy it was! Read on to see how we made our tote bag, no sewing required! Materials:Old t-shirtScissorsCellophane tape (optional) The first thing you'll need to do is to cut off the sleeves and neckline. You can make the neckline opening as big as you want as this will be the opening of the tote bag. We're halfway there! Cut off the bottom hem of the t-shirt. Then, cut a fringe all along the bottom, ours were about 3 inches in length. You could just eye-ball it at this point, but if...

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