wrong with a sparkly and fun sequin DIY. (But if you’re anything like me,
sequins are welcome all year round!)
sweater or shirt. I used a Forever 21 sweater, which I actually found at the
thrift store for $3. This color combo is pretty “year round friendly” – but for
more holiday inspired options, try pairing gold, silver, or red sequins with
black, tan, white or maroon sweaters. Either way, it would make a cute dinner
See how I made it below —
– Sweater or top of your choice
– Fabric glue
– Sequin trim (At least 1.5 – 2 yards, just to be safe!)
– Scrap cardboard
– Liquid seam sealant such as Fray Check, or clear nail polish (not shown)
one sleeve. I ended up using two long pieces. Be sure to trim it if needed
(width wise), because you don’t want the cardboard stretching out or ripping
piece(s) in the sleeve.
sequin trim plus an extra half inch (1.27 cm) or so, just to be safe.
nail polish. Let dry.
glue. Take care to not overdo the glue – a little will go a long way. Continue
until you reach the end of the sleeve.
you want, you can also start gluing it on the top of the actual shoulder.
gently press down.
repeat on the other sleeve.
(As for the necklace, I’m in the process of making a few to add to ShopLimette.com‘s inventory. Love the little moon charms!)
Enjoy and have an awesome weekend xo