Thursday, May 3, 2012

DIY: Chloe scalloped bikini


Now I am ready for the beach :)  I traced the scallop with a nail polish bottle, cut and sewed.  Of course Feather wanted to help!

bikini top: Walmart $6
fabric: JoAnn's $3
TOTAL: $9

21 comments:

  1. you're awesome. i love this so smart. feather is so precious, nice fluffy cat. btw what kind of fabric did you use for the scalloped parts?

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  2. that's such a neat idea! i love the scallops. been meaning to do the same thing but fringe, on a onepiece. gosh, if only i could sew better...

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  3. I love it, the end result is beautiful! :)

    Love, Ana
    cupcakesandflowers.blogspot.co.uk
    x

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  4. cool way to revamp a bikini, nice work!

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  5. I have this top! Such a great DIY!

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  6. Wow that's too much work when Hollister has them on sale for $12 forget that
    www.rawfashionmagazine.com

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    1. No way! What a great deal! Where did you find that? I cannot find it on their website.

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  7. aww the kitty <3 great diy!

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  8. This is 100% amazing. I'm going to have to try it!

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  9. Oh my gosh. Amazing. Look how cute it turned out?!

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  10. i am dying for that swimsuit.

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  11. This is amazing and a chloe bikini will set you back over $400 I am sure!

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  12. Looks gorgeous :D Great DIY



    X

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  13. This is so creative and it looks really cute!
    BTW thanks for the comment on my blog!
    Wanna follow each other?

    Piksty :-)

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  14. very lovely and creative idea!:) have a nice day!:) Kisses!

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  15. That's an awesome DIY project. It looks so cute. Thanks for sharing!

    xoxo,
    Suzie Q
    Style Cue by Suzie Q
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  16. That is such a good idea!! Love it

    http://bebeautiful-sc.blogspot.co.uk/

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