Thursday, March 25, 2010

live your eyeliner, breathe your lipstick.

so i am loving DIY projects.
it alll started after watching,
my most favorite blogger ever, apparelle's,
so i love what she did, and started doing my own.
i hope i didnt steal her amazing thunder.
it turned into this crazy DIY designer t-shirt blowout. (ha)

so this first shirt is aparrellel's method.
its honestly a lion king on broadway shirt.
but i think the lion looks cool.
&& i love the back.

next is my chanel sharpie look.
this was my first try and i didnt use a stencil.
but i really dont mind how it came out.
i likehow big it is, and a printable stencil wouldnt go that big.
i'm obviously not an artist.



now these are my chanel and louis vuitton logo shirts.


to do these logo shirts:
-take any plain t-shirt. pick any color, but make sure sharpie writing will show up on it.
- cut it any way you want.
(i cut the chanel like apparelle's DIY, and i just cut the top of the louis vuitton wide,and the back deep.)
-then print out a black logo of whatever designer you choose.
(this will only work for lighter colored tshirts, but for darks, you'll have to make a stencil.)
-just slip the print under the shirt, center it, and start tracing with the sharpie.
-color it in, and there you go.
you're own designer shirt, for basically free. xxxx


if you guys really like the logo shirts
and would want one, tell me!
if a lot of you would,
i may make them for you guys
& i might put one in my next giveaway.


do you guys like these DIYs, and my tutorials?
let me know what youd like to see me do.
i love you ladies.
xoxo.


36 comments:

  1. L.O.V.E. the louis vuitton logo off-the-shoulder shirt. a lot. and i love that we're both sickies in black leggings. XOXOX

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  2. It's so cool. And you only used sharpies. I love these tees.

    I always love seeing your tutorials and now this DIY.

    Have a great day! xoxo

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  3. cure shirts, ive wanted to do a chanel one for a while, i love the way you cut them :)
    xxx

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  4. super cute! i definitely want to try this!

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  5. Hey girl... I was wondering who Julianne is... I always knew you as Juicy J. Hahaha! Now I know you're real name. xoxo

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  6. Hey girl, I was wondering who Julianne is. I've always known you as Juicy J. Hahaha! Now I know you're real name. xoxo

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  7. These came out really good. I really like the ones you cut into halters!

    Twila
    blog.twilasvintageclothing.com

    PS Thanks for visiting my site! I am excited you liked a few things. Oh I offer free alterations also if you would like them!

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  8. Dude, I loooove the "Sharpie Chanel". It's bomb. I would totally wear that :) XOXO

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  9. cutecute girl! love the louis vuitton one. :)
    xo.

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  10. oh girl, i love that you went haywire and created all of these amazing tee's!!! they look awesome. you are so cute! thanks for linking me sweet thing. lots of love!

    xxx
    t

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  11. these are amazing! love the back on the lion one as well :) you should definitely do more of these! i especially love how you cut the LV one.

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  12. You little smarty-pants! LOVE IT! Such a cute idea - I'll try it for sure!

    GIVEAWAY! YA!

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  13. These are so cool! I love all the pics you take, and your gorgeous hair makes all your outfits look smashing. You must have an expensive camera, yes? Or maybe I just can't get good lighting in mine, but they never look as good as those!

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  14. wow i love all of your DIYs! esp the Chanel logo <33
    thanks for the tips, hun <3

    join Versicle's anniversary GIVEAWAY, pronto!
    love xx

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  15. gotta love the Chanel Sharpie! :D such a great idea dear!



    - Michelle
    http://lovely-bookie.blogspot.com

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  16. Oh, this is so much fun. And what a great DIY! I'm so loving the back of the T-Shirt. Who knows a plain shirt could be this fashionable. Thanks sweety for yet again another fascinating post! Love you!!!

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  17. They look amazing girl! So pretty.

    x x

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  18. i love your make up in the mirror picture =)
    you've got great diy shirts :)!!

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  19. I love DIY and these shirts are so cute. I love how they look very casual and easy to wear.

    http://roxxybelle.blogspot.com

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  20. fantastic diys!!! i adore the cc tee especially! :)

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  21. i'm about to go cut up all of my shirts and become a designer too! Very cute!

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  22. Thanks for stopping by and getting me addicted to your blog!!!

    Loving these t-shirts. I keep saying I am going to try to do the freezer paper method on t-shirt one day!!!

    Adding you to my daily reader!!!

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  23. awesome DIY dear!love them all, especially the chanel ones:)

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  24. omg u r so good! nice one.....i mean i never thought of that. luv it!

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  25. stumbled on your blog :)

    Loving your D.I.Y.~!!!

    Also your gorgeous!

    Cheers, Jesa

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  26. wow, this is so cool! i love the back especially! :)

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  27. Great tutorial, I love cutting up t-shirts.

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  28. oh wow, these DIY projects are absolutely amazing. Especially love the lion king logo, that's so cool
    *Nathalie

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  29. Cute DIYS. I love the backs on the Chanel and Lion shirts.

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  30. Love that 2nd top!

    P.S.: ♥Please don't forget to join the Sporty Knit Tigh-High Socks GIVEAWAY!♥

    Good luck!

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  31. Hi there,

    I just came across your blog and really enjoyed it.

    Please come and have a look at my page too.

    I hope to see you soon.
    x

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  32. Great DIYs - esp loving that Chanel shirt :)

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  33. I am LOVIN' these shirts, espcially the Chanel. Girl, you have a talent!!

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  34. These all look amazing, I'm especially loving the LV one. I've gotta try making one of these!

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  35. that's such a great idea!! i like how you drew the logos. it's sort of grunge-y/cute/girly.

    <3

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