09 10

Spider Nest T-shirt DIY




You will need:
Black t shirt.
Scissors.
Spider nest image.

-You will need to start by cutting a circle, that would be the centre of your spider nest t-shirt, then just treat your t-shirt like a piece of paper and just start to give the spider nest shape. 
-Then stretch carefully the t-shirt.

This is the final result.



Love how minimal this looks. The spider nest just adds an interesting layer, Don't you think? Do you like it?


49 comentarios:

  1. Oh wow, that looks awesome! Great idea!

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  2. omg!amazing!!!!!!!no other words :))))

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  3. Thats really cool, I like it a lot!

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  4. You're so right, it adds a great uniqueness to the minimal look! <3 loved it!

    http://myfashioninsider.blogspot.com/

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  5. such a good concept x

    dancerocknfasion.blogspot.com

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  6. I LOVE it! What a great Idea! I'm going to try it now :) x

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  7. Your creativity always amazes me!
    I'm not sure why I don't like Berlin so much. I think I just wasn't finished with NYC and I moved to Berlin sort of against my will (not really, but a little bit). I'm starting to like it better though. Have you been here a few times? Let me know if you ever come and visit, I'd love to meet you :)

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  8. Haha, yes, get twitter! And yes, money was one of the reasons why we picked Berlin. It's probably the cheapest place I've lived in so far. But I am also earning next to nothing so it all evens out ;)

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  9. Wow! This is so cool!!! Want it now! ;)

    Thank you so much for your nice commment!

    xoxo

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  10. guapisima me encanta!!!! de verdad eres una artista!!! pero no creo k sea nada simple eh jaja no la verdad es k mola mucho esta camiseta, eso es rock pero con clase y glamour;)
    love and kiss,mary

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  11. Eres una genia, las cosas que se te ocurren, wowwwwwwwwwwwww
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  12. que chuladaaaaaaaa!! tia menuda creatividaaaaaad^^

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  13. Ahh this is an amazing DIY!! It's so creative, unique and totally edgy. I love it! xx

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  14. I do like it. Very cool.

    xx

    http://kechmania.blogspot.com

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  15. This is so creative! Did you do this with no markings on the shirt, just straight cutting? I love it! xxx

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  16. oh so amaizng, im so bad at diys
    make me some haha

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  17. I loooove this DIY! Incredibly creative.
    xoxo

    Thedressingbooth

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  18. Vaya idea!! PArece tan fácil, pero no lo es jajaa a mi seguro me queda un trozo de tela para vestir a las muñecas, la rompería a la primera jajajaa!!! Eres lo más

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  19. Very cool idea :) I really like it
    http://littlefashioncat.blogspot.com/

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  20. It definitely adds a great touch! Love it! I've been into deconstructing shirts lately...might need to do this. I'm still on the hunt for some cheap leggings to the galaxy leggings though!
    -Meagan
    http://spunkychateau.blogspot.com

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  21. this is amazing! i genuinely think you are my favourite blogger. x

    http://natallino.blogspot.com

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  22. Orale ni en mis sueños más locos me hiba a imaginar una playera así. Es increíble y tu cabello tan alucinante me encanta y no me canso de decírtelo. Spider-woman me encanta jaja, me encantaría que hicieras algo con el símbolo de batman eso seria mi perdición jaja.
    Muchos beso mi Victoria hermosa,y éxito en todo lo que hagas que se que eso te sobra. ;)

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  23. wow that is SO cool! what a great diy project. xx

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  24. Very cool! Nice original idea for a DIY. You could totally sell these!

    renewvintage.blogspot

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  25. spider are jelaouse on you,
    arty spider you !!!!

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  26. So cool idea!!! You should publish a DIY projects Victoria!

    Love
    xxx
    Hang

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  27. wow. I am sincerely impressed! this excel-lent! and I wouldn't be able to do so!!

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  28. You are so wonderfully talented, I don't think that I could ever do something like this. (I would probably cut a massive gaping hole in it and then it rip when I'm out. I love how you demonstrate it too with the moving gif.

    Sarah
    xo

    www.almostdelightful.com

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  29. Admito que el resultado es algo tenebroso pero me encanta la idea y lo novedosa que se ve :)

    Que tengas un lindo día.
    NOs vemos!

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  30. Oh, and I've followed your galaxy print DIY! :D The result is here:

    http://myfashioninsider.blogspot.com/2011/09/borrow-me-telescope-my-first-galaxy-diy.html

    Thanks for the inspiration! :D

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  31. Hej! I love your blog! You are very creative!

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  32. amazing slideshow!!! love this post!
    http://unzippedfashion.blogspot.com

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  33. can you be any more clever and amazing....gah, love this

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  34. This is so creative, love this! I'm constantly cutting my blouses but never even thought of doing something like this before. Beautiful!

    Isabela
    http://fusels.com

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  35. Great idea! Your blog is so lovely, followed. :)
    And thank you for the nice comment! <3


    http://letsgotonewyorkandhavefun.blogspot.com/

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  36. You really have amazing DIYS! I wish you leave next door!

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  37. omg! I was about to do that!!! :)))
    You did it very nicely:)))

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  38. YES, i like it! my jaw is dropping. i was thinking that looks really cool, how would you wear it? then you showed it with the white button up blouse. :) it was such an unexpected, & amazing contrast!

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  39. OMG! You are always SO crafty and amazing. WOW.
    I really want to try this ouuuut! omg omg. I love it!!!!!

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  40. This is SO original! I love your DIY ideas, I'm gonna try this on my own ;)

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  41. i love your blog, i will follow you ♥ ♥ ♥

    ♡ ♡ ♡ Lovely
    sanzibell.com

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  42. Another great DIY. I've just started reading you blog and I love it more and more with every post. Too bad I have an exam tomorrow...I want to read more!!! What a drag!

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  43. great idea...u r so creative ! love your fearless approach to DIY fashion.

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