puff skirt DIY

First off, I changed the playlist so that it doesn't automatically start up. I know a lot of people don't like it when blogs have music playing, so if you do want to listen to our fav songs, you have to click play for it to start playing. Also, because of Mixpod and YouTube's new agreement, a lot of our fav songs are unable to be played now. I'll try to fix that and find some more working songs. Sorry about that.

Anyways, I have been wanting to do this DIY for the loooongest time. Long. Time. Finally got around to it. Since it's a three-day weekend due to MLK Jr. Day, I thought "Why not waste some of that precious time?" and got to it. I followed the DIY instructions from Childhood Flames and got it done in around 2 hours, the time that it also took her to finish. It really is very simple to do and the finished product is very cute. I used some poly-satin that I had lying around from an old Humanities opera project. I am thinking about going to pick up some chiffon or something to create some more layers on top of this. I'll let you know if I end up doing it.

Not the best pictures; and I had to edit them for a more accurate color of the skirt. Sorry.

1 comment:

Claire said...

Hey Jane!

I used the same tutorial to make a similar skirt in green a few months ago! It really was easy! : ) I'm enjoying your blog and am looking forward to seeing more soon!