1. Celebrate National Bowtie day with a tiny nod. Cut out those mustache-looking shapes.
2. Take the large mustache and hot glue the left tip to the center. Then do the same to the right.
3. Glue that little mustache on top of the center.
4. Wrap the little piece around the center and glue the ends to the back.
5. Finish it with a safety pin on the back.
Out-classing the tie since the 17th century.
1. This t-shirt has seen better days. Lay the shirt out flat and cut along the dotted lines.
2. Sew the half moon bottom shut. Don’t try to impress us with your hand-sewing skills; it needs the stitch strength from a machine.
3. I just winged cutting the slits; never been one for measuring. Make sure to cut one near the top for the handles.
Paper, plastic or t-shirt?
1. A thick fabric is best, like suede. Cut out 5 petal pieces any size; make a mega huge flower or a just little guy.
2. Mark 4 dots on the bottom for a sewing guide.
3. Sew in and out, and make sure to do it the same way for each otherwise it won’t work.
4. Tighten the petals to the end knot and sew back into the first petal to secure.
5. Grab a hot glue gun to put a safety pin on the back.
Flower power that lasts.
1. There was a hole in my sweater, I could not bear to throw it out. It nows lives on my couch.
2. Cut off arms and top portion of sweater.
3. Sew top then insert pillow. If you are lazy, sew bottom shut. If you are feeling like an over-achiever; sew in a zipper.
And the grey sweater lives on.
1. I broke apart a Forever 21 chain necklace and made 2 bracelets.
2. Grab two different colored embroidery threads and cut the length to be 4 times longer than the chain. Become a robot and repeat 15 times for each color.
3. Watch this animated gif so I don’t have to type out instructions. (If the chain is large, make 2 knots per link.)
You and your best friend are officially linked in.