05/10/2012

DIY - 3D-FLOWER SWEATER


The summer is gone, but it's so hard to let go of it. To keep the summer feeling for a little longer, Sabinna decided to make herself a cute flower sweater.
We showed you the result here and promised to share with you all the details of how to do one for yourself. So here it is!

DIY - 3D-FLOWER SWEATER


You need:
1. Fake flowers - you can get them at IKEA 
2. A plain sweater
3. Two pens in the colours of your chosen flowers
4. Thread in the colours of your chosen flowers and a needle
5. Scissors

DIY - 3D-FLOWER SWEATER
Separate the flowers from the green parts.

DIY - 3D-FLOWER SWEATER
Make sure to cut the green parts away, as it helps later to place the flowers flat on the sweater.

DIY - 3D-FLOWER SWEATER
Choose the perfect position for your flowers.

DIY - 3D-FLOWER SWEATER
To make sure that the flowers stay in place, mark the position of the red flowers with a red marker and the position of the pink roses with a pink pen. Don't worry about the pen stains, as they are going to be hidden by the flowers.

DIY - 3D-FLOWER SWEATER
Now it's time to sew everything down. Use the red thread for the red flowers and the pink one for the pink roses. It might take a while, but it is definitely worth to make it properly.

DIY - 3D-FLOWER SWEATER
DIY - 3D-FLOWER SWEATER
We hope you like the result and are excited to see your versions of the 3D- flower sweater! Sabinna prefers to wear hers tucked into high wasted trousers, what about you? :)


x and love from the 'broken-cookies planet'.

30 comments:

  1. Love so much your idea! I want to try it!

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  2. Wow! That's fantastic:-)!!!

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  3. you just blow me away!!! amazing

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  4. Amazing! Thank you for the tutorial :)

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  5. Awesome idea! I have to do it :)

    musliwithmilk.blogspot.com

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  6. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this idea!!! This is a great way to revamp ordinary pieces. Thanks for the idea! Thanks for the comment, seems like everyone loves those shoes. Do you want to follow on gfc and bloglovin?

    Nico and Bri
    lovecharliej.blogspot.com
    lovecharliej.com

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  7. Lovely knit!! :) This DIY looks amazing!!
    xoxo

    eLi

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  8. How cute !

    Loves,
    Marije

    www.marijeeee.blogspot.nl
    www.rmjourneyaroundtheworld.blogspot.nl

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  9. OMG I love it!
    Great job! So creative and stylish.
    xx Ilka
    http://ilkavontorok.blogspot.com/

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  10. WOW!!! Spectacular idea!
    I agree with Sabinna on the high wasted trousers...no doubt!

    Kisses
    João
    ARTISTICBYFASHION

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  11. WOW I have to do something like this, it's too cool to be true!!

    I mentioned you in a post on my blog. Hope it's not a problem. Otherwise, tell me.

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  12. love it <3!
    http://madeinmoiselle.blogspot.com.es/

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  13. molto creativa complimenti!
    c'è un nuovo post da me, ti va di passare?

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  14. wow that´s absolutely great! love it :)

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  15. nice
    looks great

    http://yajairasfashionnotes.blogspot.com/

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  16. WoW!! Perfect!! Love it!!
    And love your blog! Following!

    http://hiimab.blogspot.pt

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  17. so creative <3 I love it!

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  18. mega! almost like the one from american apparel :)

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  19. wow it´s looks so perfect!!! Maybe I´ll try it :)

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  20. this is so cool, I've wanted the american apparel version for a long time but I must try this ASAP! :)
    xx mili

    callmemaeby.blogspot.com/

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  21. Sooo cute! And easy! :)

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  22. Looks so cute!! :)http://julitastefashion.blogspot.de/

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