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21  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Paris to Hollywood bra on: September 25, 2006 04:39:38 AM
I borrowed my friend's bra and forgot to give it back... so i bought a bra for her I thought i should add a couple things... (It was just white when i bought it... and it came with two pairs of straps (white and clear straps, which i didn't modify)... for 17 euros)
And I sent both bras back to her. Here is the one we vamped:

I was very happy with the result! It was real easy too! I just used paint pens!
Tell me what you think!

22  CLOTHING / Shoes: Completed Projects / house shoes to jungle shoes(picture tutorial)((((edited)))) on: September 22, 2006 04:13:29 AM
I bought these sandals for 5 euros.

I started by separating the soul of the shoe from the shoe with a knife.

By removing the soul, i also was able to remove the (fugly) straps.

(After this a forgot to take pictures)
After having the sole completely separated from the shoe, all i had to do was add straps and glue back together.
I found my straps: two meters of leather-like leopard ribbon for (about)10 euros.
I bought two little belt buckles (3 euros each).
I made wholes in the straps (for the buckles) with a knitting needle.
Measured the starps to my foot (it's kinda tricky), and glued them to the shoe, and glued back the whole sole.

I bought earrings for 4 euros, took off the hooks and added them to my shoe.

I love them...
tell me what you think
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