2 de julio de 2013

My Fashion DIYs: Transfer

I made this project to spice up an old skirt with the help of my daughter Paloma who teaches the technique in her Fabric workshop.
Hice este proyecto para darle vidilla a una falda vieja con la ayuda de mi hija Paloma, que enseña esta técnica en su taller de Fabric.

51 comentarios:

Atte .Carmen dijo...

Deseando verte esa original falda. Bss.
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Funniest Thing dijo...

Bravo por esa abeja!

Cristina Castro dijo...

me encantan
un besazo
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Álvaro Jiménez dijo...

Lo haré con alguna de mis camisetas :)

Besos!

El Armario Á.J.

Álvaro Jiménez dijo...

Lo haré con alguna de mis camisetas :)

Besos!

El Armario Á.J.

Rosy dijo...

And ... you´re a busy Bee... jejeje, deseando ver como combinas esa falda.. Un besito.

Carina Rosenholm dijo...

love the transfer - hate the bug....

Dana Jo dijo...

Hello my dear :)

Wow! This is exactly to my taste! Looks amazing!
I have already done something similar, but with a bird. If you like, you can watch it here.
http://danalovesfashionandmusic.blogspot.de/2013/05/diy-blue-bird.html

a big hug
Dana :)

she.is.the.one dijo...

amazing idea. so cool for summer :)

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Sola ante el espejo dijo...

Que buena idea y cuanto me gusta el resultado! Un besazo amiga.
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Isabel Bianchi dijo...

Genial! Artista, más que artista!!
Ahora quiero vértelo puesto en uno de tus lookazos!! ;)
Un besazo gordo!
isa
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ann wood dijo...

I remember learning about this in art school. Thanks for reminding me about this fun technique. This adds an extra special detail to your skirt.

blue hue wonderland

señora Allnut dijo...

me encanta esa abeja gigante estampada en la falda, un motivo genial sobre ese tono amarillo vivo!!, deseando ver cómo la luces!
besos & bichos

Emalina dijo...

You're so clever my dear friend, what a great idea!

María Fernanda dijo...

Linda la super abeja,
ya quiero vertela puesta a ver cómo la combinarás.
Bss
María Fernanda
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Ali Cat dijo...

So cool, so perfect for the yellow! This is one of my favorite of your projects. Also loved the fruit on the shoes, though.

edie pop dijo...

So original!! I love insects and the idea of the giant wasp on a skirt is perfect! Love xxxxx

Underemployed dijo...

I'm afraid of bugs! Me asustan los insectos!

his_girl_friday dijo...

Oh how awesome! I love what you've done with the bee.

Sabine Gimm dijo...

This is cool ♥
Sabine

kim bim dijo...

This is so cool,great print. Cant wait to see you rock this outfit.

Mahia-Mahia dijo...

Huauu!!! me a encantado esta genial siempre aprendo cosas bonitas de ti un besote guapa***

Vix dijo...

That wasp is incredible! What a brilliant girl to make something so universally hated into an object of beauty! xxx

CoutureTrend Jessica dijo...

Nice diy!!

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Alexandra Marie dijo...

This is wonderful! So I'm guessing you need a special kind of paper for the transfer? Alex

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Lidia dijo...

Mola!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Que de cosas se pueden hacer con eso!!

Connie dijo...

Oh!!!!! What an excellent idea! You are just buzzing with fabulous taste.

Pablo Parra (Fungi) dijo...

Qué bonito queda! Se me ocurren muchas propuestas con esta idea que tan amablemente acabas de postear

Un abrazo, Sacramento!

Iván dijo...

Que buena idea, muy original el estampado que quedará !!


Besos


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América dijo...

Que bueno! :)

Marla Robinson dijo...

Even though I am not a fan of insects, that is a very cool diy.

Miss Simmonds Says dijo...

oh wow! I really love it! I love insects on clothes, Paloma is really onto something, it looks great!

sabine dijo...

A cute idea! Not only for embellishing a skirt but also for other clothes. Your daughter is very clever, Sacramento.

Lyosha dijo...

awesome print!

Lyosha
Inside and Outside Blog
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freckleface dijo...

Your little wasp looks spectacular, what a fabulous idea Sacramento! xxxx

Lilli dijo...

Well done Sacramento, is a very nice idea! Kisses my dear friend! xo

Nessie Hill dijo...

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Nessie Hill dijo...

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Jill dijo...

I love the idea of this and I can see you wearing this skirt. Will you do an outfit post showing it? Thank you so much for joining Adrienne and me for the "How I Wear My: Sunglasses" post. I loved those pink frames on you and now I want a pair! XO, Jill

Aida dijo...

like mother, like daughter - both artistry tuned, original, intelligent, crafted and talented women! loved the touch of originality!

a big kiss

Mrs. D dijo...

lovely idea!!!
Besitos!

BellaBean Vintage dijo...

amazing, so cool!

Anie Blu dijo...

Me encanta!!
Yo tenía en mente hacerme una falda con la ayuda de esta técnica, pero, donde compro el papel transfer?? Esa es mi duda XD

Besazos

NYCStylelittleCannoli dijo...

Very neat idea I am not too good with these kind of things, prefer to purchase them already made! Looks great !!

Rosemary

LyddieGal dijo...

it's so simple, and you can get really creative with your designs!
Chic on the Cheap

two squirrels dijo...

Just perfect.......on a yellow skirt......it will be all the buzz....tee hee. love it.
Love V

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Ofelia dijo...

Que buena idea y tan facil de hacer!

dan dijo...

You has explained that tecnique in a very clear way. It shouldn't be too difficult to make. . .

Desiree C dijo...

Bravo!!! Paloma is so lucky to have a beautiful mama who is loves to make beautiful art :) xoxoxo

Duapara dijo...

Ya vi que quedó espectacular!!!!!
El papel transfer, solo lo venden en papelerías verdad?
besos
Duapara