So I've been seeing these clothing and fashion hack videos all over Instagram, and they always seem so incredibly strange that I decided to test a bunch of them out and see how they were! We tried a few out from different instagram accounts and pages and ended up with a boxer bralette, a laminated shirt, a skirt weighed down with coins, a bra strap necklace, and napkin shoes!
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If you want to diy your shoes in the future let the modge podge dry completely before removing the access napkin 😊 also if you put the wrap under crustys pic and over it’ll stick better ❤️ love the vid!
I think for the quarter/ skirt hack, you could go to the hardware store and buy washers for super cheap and then actually sew them to the hem. The washers would be heavier and sewing them would help them stay on. Not that I would ever actually do it.
I feel like you would wipe off the rest of the napkin when the mod podge dried. When me and my mom do woodcrafts and transfer images onto wood we let thw mod podge dry and then wipe off the paper with a wet rag but not so much the actual image comes off.
i, as a person with a bit of experience with tattoos, think that you should remove the circle around the cat and bats and just add it in as the inside of the tattoo, because circular tattoos never actually look good, because they look more like ugly logos than works of small art on your body. anyways, i hope you get to reading this and make the right decision. :) don't get scared, getting tattooed actually feels good after the initial fear of pain wears off.
I don’t want to be negative, but these DIYs are NOT for everyone like these IG and Facebook pages like to tote. These hacks are great for hobbyists and crafters that have those types of materials laying around or on the off chance you end up with a lot of clothes that need to be upcycled. Most of the hacks also have a lot of shortcuts that prevent a more permanent or aesthetically pleasing finish. There are very few “hacks” that are ACTUALLY “hacks.” I’ve been crafting and creating for over a decade and it’s so frustrating to look at DIY/hack videos without wanting to rip my hair out! It’s great that Saf did this video to illustrate how frustrating attempting these projects are and how they may be less cost effective if you don’t have a fully stocked craft bin/shelf/room.
You have to wait till the mod podge dries and then rip of the napkin
Also I would recommend putting glue on before and after the napkin
I don't know
I felt the need to say this even though no one is ever gonna do this again