09 10

DIY Crosses T-shirt in collaboartion with My Label. com



Cut the sleeves and bottom of the T-shirt and then draw the crosses on your t-shirt with a pen then cut try to keep a good distance between them  ( about 2") so they don't look out of shape. 


And to Finish the look add leather jacket and bright lipstick ;)

Also My Label wants to find the best young design talent in the WORLD!!!! The Challenge is to create a T-shirt design that encompasses My label.co, taking inspiration from everything. If you want to see the prize and rules go to My label.co.uk is also in collaboration with Caudwell Children charity. So if you are studying design or know someone I suggest you to start spreading the voice! Great experience! Great portfolio and great thing to include in your CV but hurry because this will finish on 31th of this month!


63 comentarios:

  1. all your ideas make me want to cut up all my shirts :D

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  2. how come you are just the coolest living being! I cant wait to collaborate I will reply to your email soon xxxx

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  3. I love your blog so much inspiration, your style is aweosme.

    Following!!! <3 <3 <3

    xo Emma

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  4. That tee is so amazing! I think I'm actually going to buy a white tee so I can try this!

    Carmen Ri.

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  5. Pero que buena idea! madre mia que de cosas aprendo por aqui jaja ! besitos

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  6. Hi! I'm so glad you liked the feature:) Thank you for letting me do it! Great t-shirt. I'll definately take a look at the contest myself.
    Love Elin from Änglamark.

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  7. Love it, it's amazing!! Gonna try!


    http://placequotehere.blogspot.com

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  8. This cut-out T with leather jacket is just too cool! I can't wait to find a white T to experiment with. Hmmm, perhaps my moth-eaten sweaters are a good place to start? xxx

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  9. wow! such a great idea!! (:

    lepinkbow.blogspot.com

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  10. Rocker Victoria.||
    Me encanta se ve genial este look,voto por este look aaah.
    El labial rojo te queda super bien.
    :)
    Creativa Creativa mi victoria,me parecen ideal los cortes.

    Hey y ya por fin me hice mi twitter despues de años jaja.
    Te lo dejo por si quieres seguirme, y pasame el tuyo va??
    Un beso hermosa.||
    http://twitter.com/#!/MarianaGlez5

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  11. OMG! adoro tu blog!
    lo seguiré desde YA!

    perfecto estilo y DIY projects!
    loving you!

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  12. genial! tienes unas ideas maravillosas :D y me estoy volviendo fan de tus gifs animados :P

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  13. victoria, you are a true original! i am continually astonished & amazed by your ideas.

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  14. Me encanta tu look y todo lo que haces! sos re creativa!!! Me gustaría que me contagies un poco de tu creatividad.. ja ja ja:)
    Saludos desde Argentina!
    Ann

    http://hrhladyann11.blogspot.com/

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  15. Que chulo! Siempre estoy cortando mis tshirts! Super cool origami tambien :) ojala tadavia estaria viviendo en londres me gustaria concerte en persona. Mi twitter @tlikebubbletea
    Besos guapa

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  16. brilliant! I don't know if i would be skillful enough to make it myself (I am incredibly awkward) but I really love the result!

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  17. I love this! your great! be my friend please

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  18. scissors and vici*s hands = unbelivable combination
    again great artwork honey <3

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  19. This is soooo awesome, i HAVE to try it!xx

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  20. This is ridiculously great. I'm going to have to give it a shot.
    -Meagan
    www.spunkychateau.com

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  21. Love that idea :)

    http://littlefashioncat.blogspot.com/

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  22. Oh, this is a great idea! Love it!

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  23. Love this DIY! This is a great post, such cute pictures!

    GTBB,
    http://badjoan.blogspot.com
    http://cookingjoan.blogspot.com

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  24. Hey Mummy, thanks so much for your lovely comment :) WOW you are so creative and talented. You have inspired me to do more animated gifs, they really do bring some life to a blog xx

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  25. trully amazin

    am gonna try that!

    so cool

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  26. i actually adore your blog - DEFINITELY following now, great diy i will have to try this xx

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  27. thx for your cmt:)

    what a wonderful idea for a diy!!!love it

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  28. Really cool idea! I love how easy it is!

    http://loud9-wlr.blogspot.com

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  29. It's so ridiculously easy and looks amazing. Great idea!

    Jenn

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  30. Perfection! It's so edgy + ethereal at the same time. Love to you talented goddess!

    hugs (^.^) hope to hear from you *
    amyflyingakite.com

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  31. Me encanto tu idea, nunca se me hubiera ocurrido se ve genial, una pregunta el concurso solo esta abierto para estudiantes?
    Freesia

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  32. Great post, very inspiring! ♥

    Liked you on FB :)

    Xo, Imke

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  33. Great post, very inspiring! ♥

    Liked you on FB :)

    Xo, Imke

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  34. hahahaha!!! What a lovely tutorials!!! Awesome blog!!! Following you!!!
    Cheers
    Anika

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  35. you are a visionary Victoria and not only that but a friggin' diy oracle!!! i LOVE this idea, i've cut up shirts for years but never, ever thought to make shapes on them. brill! people pay top dollar for designs like this - genius.

    thank you for the last comment you left me, i've had a rather hectic week and wanted to make sure you knew it really floated my spirits. if i could pimp out a gif to describe my feelings it would probz start with a wee-little heart that would grow bigger and bigger till it burst to reveal a glittery disco dance party AND i'd be wearing that shirt! xoox ♥

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  36. You never, ever cease to amaze me with your DIY projects. You make everything look easy & so good <3

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  37. me gusta!!! como no...uno de tus fantaaaaaaasticos DIY!

    guapa un besazo!

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  38. Cool tee!

    http://initialed.blogspot.com

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  39. wow, would have never thought a plain white tee could filp' reverse and looks soooo cool! amazing DIY, Je t'aime!

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  40. love the animated gif, missy - the crosses look fantastic! x

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  41. guapa me encantas en serio!!! siempre tienes las ideas mas geniales para tus proyectos DIY, esa camiseta es superchula y me encanta como la combinas con vaqueros y una cazadora de piel!!! eres mi rockstar del mundo de los fashion bloggers;)
    love and kiss,mary

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  42. Wow this T Shirt you made is SO COOL!! What a great, easy idea!

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  44. This is a whole wave of awesome-ness!

    Thank you for posting about the T-shirt competition, about to launch my own Tee Brand so this is perrrfect stuff! thanks :)

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  45. wow, how do the crosses look so sharply cut out! the shirt looks great!

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  46. Es que eres la CAÑA !!!
    WoWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  47. Brilliant! Simple to execute and very effective.

    Thea Natalie @ Creatures of Life x

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  48. It is a very brilliant idea indeed. I like the idea of cutting small crosses as a style. It's very compelling. I would love to try this one. t-shirt printing

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  49. I agree with the comments. The idea is indeed very brilliant. It gave a new look to that shirt. It's really a work of art. I will be doing this one as well.

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