6.22.2011

Sequin Top - tutorial

 One of my FAVORITE things to do is refashion! Here's a project anyone can do!

Sequin Top


Supplies:
Tank top or any top
Liquid Stitch
Roll of single strand sequins - any color you like


Step 1: Place cardboard in between the layers of the top. This will keep the glue from seeping through to the other side.


Step 2: Use your Liquid Stitch to draw a design. I chose an abstract flower. You could do any type of squiggley lines, a chevron pattern, stripes, etc. Work in "small" areas at a time.


Step 3: Apply the sequins and press into the glue.


Step 4: Vary the sizes and placement of your design.


Step 5: Let dry according to the package directions and then WEAR!


Layer it, wear it, pair it with another color! It will add some sparkle to your everyday wear and dress up that plain colored top!



If you create one, I'd love to have you share it in the Brassy Apple Flickr group for everyone to see! 

I will be linking up HERE throughout the week! 




Sweet Tea Serendipity Fabulousity Fridays

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25 comments:

  1. I'm not usually a sequence fan but this is pretty cute.

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  2. Hi Megan... Adorable! LOVE IT! xo Malia

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  3. Oh I definitely want to do this as Old Navy tanks will be on sale this weekend and I was planning on getting a bunch!! Thanks for the cute idea!

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  4. Hi Megan! Love this idea! Just launched a (super quick) tank refashion party and would LOVE you to link up this idea! (and all other fab tank ideas you have!)

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  5. um...party link here...
    sorry!
    http://itstoilegood.blogspot.com/2011/06/2-tanks-mean-tank-refashions.html

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  6. Soooo cute - yet again Megan!!! What a fun top for summer. I love it! :)

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  7. This is super cool...I have just the shirt to try this on :)

    Thanks for sharing, Jessica

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  8. Whoa! This is awesome! I've never used stitch liquid before but man, now I feel like I JUST GOTTA! I LOVE your blog & this post was so much fun to look at! Thanks for sharing it!

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  9. thanks Julie! I haven't used it much but it worked! Have even washed it a few times :) just follow the directions.

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  10. Hi Megan!! We are soul sisters ;))) I am doing a guest post that will be featured on Friday at http://www.fairlyfabulousblog.com/
    and I used this same technique!!

    Great minds must really think alike (wink wink).

    I edited my post to give you a shout out!! LOVE your refashion!!! Especially the abstract look of the flowers!! I will have to try them!! Great job lady and as always thank you for sharing!!

    Hugs!
    Kristine
    www.jandmseyecandy.blogspot.com

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  11. What an easy upcycle. It does make me long for a dressform to show it off on though. I love it and thank you so much for linking up to Upcycled Awesome!

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  12. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [23 Jun 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  13. Cute idea - I also had to redesign an outfit this week (stop by to see!)

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  14. Loving this!
    http://sweetteaserendipity.blogspot.com

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  15. Such a cute idea! I have a couple older tank tops that I could definitely use this technique on. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  16. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [24 Jun 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  17. I've given you the Fabulousity Friday award at Sweet Tea Serendipity!
    http://sweetteaserendipity.blogspot.com/2011/06/fabulousity-friday.html

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  18. Lovely!

    I am just reminding everyone about tonights link party that runs Friday evening through Mondays!
    I also have an ongoing give away link party now too.
    Hope to see you soon.
    http://bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/
    come strut your stuff

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  19. I will be showing this off on Random Crafty Georgia Girl on Crafty Tuesday 6/28/11. Stop by and grab a button!

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  20. What a lovely idea! So simple yet very effective!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  21. I have a friend who would love (and look great in) this - going to make one for her birthday, just need to source the liquid stitch, never heard of it before but it looks really handy

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  22. Great idea- will have to try it! Thanks for linking. I've featured it at this week's Craftastic Monday party- stop by & grab a Featured On button:)

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  23. I love this idea. I know my girls will love making some shirts just like yours. I am wondering how the liquid stitch holds up? How does it wash?

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  24. In regards to present day fashion, the fitness world has created a craze of certain items such as gym tank tops and yoga pants that are worn as casual wear by many people on a daily basis, whether they attend a gym or not.


    tank top

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