If you want to add lace or ruffles to your socks the easiest way, here is one idea you can experiment with: detachable ruffles!!
My outcome is pretty crazy but this is just one way to create something unique! ^^v
You will be needing:
a pair of scissors, needle + thread, cute cloth cut-outs, buttons, garter...
Wear the socks you want to pair with your detachable ruffles so you will have an idea how to design it.
Cut a piece of cloth that is around 6 inches thick and fold it together. Wrap it around your ankle.
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Finally had the time to make this super easy tutorial~! I'm sure you will be addicted to make your own detachable collars after this Kawaii D.I.Y. session~ hehehe :D
Possible output if you get crazy with your creativity! ^^v
You will be needing any cloth / piece of fabric (preferably 20 x 20 in), needle & thread, 1 1/2 A4 sized scratch paper / magazine sheet, hook and eye, deco / beads, studs (optional), ballpen..
'I forgot to include a pair of scissors and some pins in the photo btw)
The total width of your detachable collar should be around the size of 1 1/2 A4 sheet of paper or approx. 18 inches (long) :D
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Planning to attend a lolita-themed or Harajuku steet fashion-like event? Why not make your own accessories and props? Here's a super easy tutorial on how to make a mini tophat! :-)
During the Design Festa event ~
My Blythe modeling it for me~
You will be needing cardboard paper (any thick paper that's strong enough), plain/flat metal hair clip, scissors, felt cloth, pen, strong glue (or you can use glue gun), lace, ribbons, quirky stuff.
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