Thursday, April 29, 2010

This pain, I feel it won't go away.
I thought that from this heartache I could escape but I fronted long enough to know that there ain't no way.
Can't nobody do it like you?
Say every little thing you do?
All I do is lay around, full of tears from looking at your face on the wall.
Just a month ago you were my baby,
Now I don't even know you, I don't know you at all!
 And I wish you could call me right now, so that I could get through to you somehow.
Well, I thought I can just get over you but I see that's something I just can't do.
From the way you would hold me, to the sweet things you told me.
I just can't a way to let go of you.
But I know I should.

Monday, April 5, 2010

DIY Studded Jeans

Do you want your old jeans to transform to this?
Make your own studded jeans!
I'll make it easier for you just by following these simple steps okay? :)

All you need is just :

1. Your old plain pair of jeans

2. A packet of clip-on studs

If you are looking for these studs and you don't know where you can find these, just simply drive your car to Subang Parade. If you don't have a car,borrow your friend's car or ask them to give you a ride or perhaps take a cab or something and if it's too hard for you, Just Simply Walk okay? (dah start crapping dah -.-") Search for the flea markets and it's open ONLY during WEEKENDS. So, jangan nak pandai2 pergi during WEEKDAYS pulak ye? Tak ada, tak bukak masa tu -.-" They're only for RM10.00 per packet which contain 100 pieces of studs. Not bad at all huh? :)

And yeah, you have to use the clip-on studs for jeans because jeans are too thick for iron-on studs. You can only use iron-on studs on thin materials such as t-shirt, or skirt or yada yada yada.

And before you do anything, don't forget to PLAN first how you'd like your studded jeans to look like. Make a draft or something. Don't rush baby. :)

As for me, I wanted my jeans to look something like this ;

The clip-on studs look like this. 
And let these pictures do the talking and show you how to clip these on.

It will look something like this when you're done :)

I did the same thing and used the same design on the other side of the jeans because it will most probably look odd if you wanted to use different design right? Just imagine, hrmmm. Macam pelik je?! Tak kisah laaa. It's YOUR jeans :)

And Tadaaa! You have your own Studded Jeans! 
Hoyeahh! :D

AND you can even do it on the back pockets!
Your own style and creativity :)
(Ehem2, nak tiru saya pun, apa salah nya? HEHEHE :p)

So, my old jeans that I've been using since the last 4 years transformed from this ;

to this ;

No, aku tak terbantut! -.-
It's just that I don't have to wear a belt anymore! :)

So, hope you enjoyed my DIY project and do leave some comments yea? I really need to know what you think. I will really really appreciate that.(*wink wink) :p


Saturday, April 3, 2010

You don't know how much it means to me :)

Okay, this post might be 'perasan' a lil bit.
Fine! Not a lil bit but A LOT!

I just want to say Thank You to these unexpected people who gave encouraging comments on my previous post, DIY Project

They are Bubu from My Darling Bubu (Spain) , Femke from Fesi-Fashion (Germany, I think) and Ilanka from Fashionnerdic (Netherlands).
Give them a visit! They're AWESOME :)

I do not know where the hell did you guys found my blog but I Appreciate It A Lot!
and I'll do my best on my next DIY project.

And not to forget my lovelies, Atai from Pronounce it Klee-shay, Dian from The Mixed Tape and Insyirah from Laquacious Garrulous who have been there for me since day 1 :)


Friday, April 2, 2010

DIY Project

The basic plan was to make a DIY flower headband. I already got the band but I can't seem to find a perfect flower to attach to it. So, instead of a flower headband, I made this :

It might not look like those headbands in Forever21 but at least it look like A Headband :p

So, the first step is to make sure that you've prepared all of the materials needed as shown below

1. A plain headband
2. Beads or buttons or bejewel stuff that you prefer to attach to the headband. Or you can even mix it all together. Your choice and creativity :)
3. Strong glue (UHU or Gam Gajah) 


As for me, I've used the hair crunches and I took out the faux diamonds to be attached to the headband.


Since my sister bought a whole lot of these pretty hair crunches, some are not to be wore.
She bought these at GM Plaza in case you were wondering and the prices? You'll be shocked to death. Go and see it for yourself :)
So, the point is, why don't you use something at home which is unused and make it pre-loved rather than buying. Wasting is no good.


The original hair crunches with faux diamonds.


Then, I took out the faux diamonds.


I suggest you to plan first how you'd like your headband to look like instead of glue it right away.
You might take the wrong step and might not like how the headband turned out.
Once you glued it, there's no stepping back.
So, be wise :)
As for me, I glued the faux diamonds randomly on one side of the headband because I think random might cover the flaws I've made.


And Voila! A new jeweled headband into my collection! ;)


Oh, and it's inspired by my Forever 21 jeweled headband :)