|You don't have to use a leather trim for you headband, you can always experiment with other fabrics!|
|Reinforce the leather trim with a hot glue gun (recommended)|
|Cut off any excess trim once you get close towards the end of the headband.|
|Place the stud on top of the headband and using a scissors or butter knife, bend the prong downward into lace.|
|ALL DONE! The headband can also be used as an accessory for hats to give it an edgy look.|
|Dress|Topshop Beaded Top|T.J. Maxx Bag|Thrift Store Headband|DIY Flatforms| H&M|
"I can see clearly now the rain is gone (referring to old camera) YAY!, I finally got a new camera (Canon T3i) after months of saving up for it, it is finally in my hands, MUAHAHAHA! So I thought I would whip out my DIY skills for you guys considering I haven't done so in such awhile. I will definitely have more on the way along with Youtube videos because I have a SPANKING NEW CAMERA (can you tell my excitement.) I am trying to familiarize myself with it, as I haven't use a DSLR in like two years, but it helps that the camera is user friendly.
So let's talk about this dress, **sigh** Where do I even begin! I first spotted this dress on the Topshop website and my jaw literally dropped. I thought it was the cutest dress ever (cat lover) and lets face it, those big cat eyes got me. Topshop pretty much sold out in 48 hours but luckily restocked within days (it pays to stalk online stores.) I layered the racer back dress with a beaded collar blouse that I got from T.J. Maxx, and the rest was history. It totally gives the dress a different look and I love it ^_^ I