My first DIY

One thing that I have never done or featured in my blog is a DIY (Do-it-yourself) collection.  I am just not in the mood for any creative inputs but just last night while I was rummaging my closet, I saw my old white top from Karimadon.  I love the design and the cloth but sad to say last year while I was wearing it for the very first time, my top suddenly got ripped while I was going after a very naughty student.  I was pissed off like hell and from that time on, I haven’t used the top.

Last night I can’t bear to throw it away, so I thought of sewing the torn part together but it won’t do any justice at all.   While I was checking on my drawers and sewing kit.  I saw my old hair clip, the perfect alternative for my DIY.  And so I began…

Here is the torn area….


and my all white favorite hair clip…


with a help of a needle and thread…


clipped it on and sew the sides so that it will not fall out of place…


And the finish product!!!! Wheheheh, so happy for this one.  I am going to wear this later and will make an outfit post after out Saturday shopping :).


Have a wonderful Saturday lovies!!!!

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18 Comments Add yours

    1. Sweet says:

      thanks love…this is my first one

  1. great DIY, the flower goes perfectly with that top

  2. That’s so cute! Love it 😀

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    1. Sweet says:

      thanks love…will check it out…

  4. Really cute, love how you revamped it 🙂

    1. Sweet says:

      thanks Audrey…now I hope I can do more DIY’s

  5. What a good idea. Looks great!

  6. dredd says:

    Very creative! wish i have the energy to do the same 😉

    btw, we start to pack our things and we’ll be moving on the 9th of july ;))

    kisses/Dredd

    1. Sweet says:

      best of luck Dredd

  7. Gleenn says:

    wow, that’s a great DIY. Does that mean that I have to buy a skirt with a lovely flower in it and then cut it out? haha! kidding. 🙂

  8. Leah says:

    What a creative idea… I will do this with my torn dresses too. Thanks for sharing Sweet. xoxo

    1. Sweet says:

      you are welcome Leah thanks for dropping by

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