Ohisashiburi~! Waaah ;_; Gomen ne for the sudden hiatus! I’ve been wanting to post a Kawaii D.I.Y. tutorial but my new big project has been keeping me away from my craft materials >_<
I surely missed doing this!! :”)
For this tutorial, Sensei カイラ would like to thank www.modes4u.com for generously sponsoring this メチャメチャ kawaii / kirei cherry blossom fabric! It’s really soft and made of quality!
♥ I really, really love it! ♥
I also “remade” the plain white sweater with iron-on transfer ^^ I printed my favorite Cardcaptor Sakura art from Clamp to add an ota-cute touch to the coordinate. :”)
I’m wearing Enji‘s pastel suki (すき）earring perfect for SPRING! ^_~
I added some bows using the fabric too (used safety pins to attach).
Click here for the (similar) bow tutorial! <3
1, 2, 3.. Tutorial スタート！
For this tutorial, Kero-chan shall be assisting me.. hehe. Yay! ♥
As you guys probably know that aside from being a Rainbowholic, I’m quite a Pockyholic as well.
A few days ago, we went to Glico Factory in Saitama and of course, I just had to make something Pocky-inspired.
And so I decided to make a squishy bow with Pocky print on it.
Actually, this tutorial is quite simple.. just an upgraded version of my nekobus plushie tutorial. ^^v
Random fact: I have a weird hobby of collecting Pocky boxes ever since I landed here in Japan.. :P
You will need:
an old shirt you can cut strips from, iron-on transfer paper, iron, pretty fabric (a polkadot one is good).. and a needle & thread.
You need to print out your photo on a iron-on sheet. Please take note that you need to print it reversed so that when you transfer it, it will show the correct image.
(Kindly read my first iron-on sheet tutorial here so you will have a better idea.)
Also, if you want to use my Pocky collection photo, click here and here. Please only use the photos for personal purposes. :D