May 30, 2011

diy sweet summer dress

studio waterstone tutorial diy

This diy summer dress tutorial is so easy that you will be amazed - really. In fact, the only item needed is an elastic waist maxi skirt - really.

Be sure to check out the challenge associated with this DIY...there's a PRIZE! (challenge is now closed)

studio waterstone tutorial diy

I've had this white crochet skirt for years and actually had it in the Goodwill pile, but something kept holding me back. This weekend, inspiration struck.


studio waterstone tutorial diy
What do you have to do? Pull it northward and belt (or don't).


studio waterstone tutorial diy
The skirt lining was the ideal length and the ties were already beaded!
I did absolutely nothing.


studio waterstone tutorial diy

How's that for gorgeous and easy? My model has a new dress.

Hope you've been inspired.

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22 comments:

  1. Totally awesome - I wish I could pull everything north lol!

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  2. Oh, I love that! But, sadly, I don't have a skirt that looks that good to form into a diy dress. Or a belt that wide and cute. The only thing I have out of that outfit is the jean jacket. :(

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  3. I think a potato sack would look good on her but what a great diy tutorial :-)
    I am with Patty :-P Up, up and away would be nice.

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  4. lol. Glass is half full!! How many elastic waste skirts can you find at Goodwill? Hundreds. I guarantee that if you tried it, it would work. Guarantee! But I'm laughing over your comments. :)

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  5. LOLOL Oops. That would be elastic WAIST skirts. lol

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  6. Oh, I can so totally relate to some of your comments! Beautiful dress on a gorgeous model And a great idea, But unfortunately one I won't, myself, be trying soon... Might look good on my daughters though..
    Jenni

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  7. Now thats pretty snazzy! Its such a beautiful dress now!

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  8. Great comments! You all cracked me up! (and I agree) She looks great in that dress!

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  9. That is so great.....I will be eyeing the skirts differently on my next goodwill trip! ....and my daughter has a great long skirt....will show her this....if she gets up....before noon.
    Lucky model!
    Michelle

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  10. Brilliant .... ♥ and your model is sooo lovely!

    I love that skirt! It could be shabby chic, boho, hippie, perfect for the beach or window shopping... I want one!!!!

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  11. I love this! I have a white linen skirt that is too long to wear anymore and I might just have to do this!

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  12. I just wanted to share this craft of the day suggestion.

    http://www.marthastewart.com/craft-of-the-day

    They are so similar!

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  13. AHH! You're right Jennifer. But I have to say that I think I beat out ole Martha. Mine is easier. Great site too. Thanks for sharing...now I'm going to peruse.

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  14. I agree your design was nicer looking and easier.
    Just wanted to show you how creative minds think a like!

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  15. Wow, what a stunning skirt/dress and model (this is not you?)! I can't believe it was heading for Goodwill - it's such a beautiful white piece - love it!

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  16. How smart is that! I have a few skirts similar and never thought to do that! I think I have a few new dresses in my closet now! Thanks for sharing.

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