And you can see the tutorial here. Or go to wobisobi.blogspot.com lots of great DIY on her site!
This DIY was SO easy (even for me! and I haven't been a DIY'er for long!) and I loooove the look of Draped Vests! When I get a new shirt and make the final product I will *try* to post a finished product picture!
I also wanted to try sharpie Tye Dye. This one was... okay. I couldn't seem to get a traditional-ish looking Tye Dye effect, but I *did* like the look I was getting... I ran into trouble when I was waiting for it to dry. I don't have a washer and dryer in my teensy apartment. So I had to let it air dry, not a good idea. The alcohol kept spreading and now it is MUCH less like Tye Dye then it was when I started...*sad face* But I will try again! At my Grandparents, where I will have a clothes dryer on hand! Try it yourself! This is another easy one! and there a about a million tutorials out there for it!
I also wanted some fun new easy nail art ideas. it's a fun fast easy way to be creative! And since it's DIY I can have a new look daily if I want, aaaaaand avoid costly nail salon costs. i do miss the awesome back rubs, but I didn't go often anyway. I have good nails so I don't do acrylic, and a regular manicure from a salon last just as long as it does if I do it myself so why spend the extra cash right? Now I can spend it on my crafts! *Maniacal Laugh*
There were 2 different ways to Tye Dye your nails, I tried both to varying degrees of success. I only do one nail, for me personally I think all of them with a crazy Tye Dye effect is too much. Here are the you tube videos I used!
I did mine from the corner, It was just easier for me! I want to try hombre nails next! Like these!
All together now! Ooooooh, Aaaaaaah! I also want to try paper crafts! YAY!