09 10

DIY Zippers





 
You will need:
* 2 Zippers
* Scissors
* Thread
This is very easy and it's just to add a bit of character to a boring jumper. First you have to sew the zippers on the shoulders of the jumper then cut the zipper area.
And this is how it looks when you sew the zippers..
Then cut the zipper area so you can open the zippers however you want it.
Hope you will give it a try and if you have any questions feel free to email me!
I want to thank Vanessa from Take only Memories for the lovely drawing and feature she did about Style Marmalade. This truly made me smile and I feel very happy meeting such a lovely person over the internet! This is what I love about blogging!
You have to check her blog she lives in Berlin so she always has great backgrounds of the city and a mixture of great photography and unique style plus she is truly adorable in every way. You could check her blog HERE!



41 comentarios:

  1. que DIY tan facil y el resultado es genial :D

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  2. What a lovely tutorial - I always love zip tops but they're barely in theshops that I go to. Is it easy enough for me to do? can't sew but I have a sewing machine - can I use that for it? :)

    Sarah
    xo

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  3. Amazing idea, I'll try this as soon as I find some free time :) I love it <3

    http://littlefashioncat.blogspot.com/

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  4. Great DIY, I love it! I'll sure try it!!



    http://placequotehere.blogspot.com

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  5. vholy cow coolness with the shoulder zippers. i linked your blog to one of my friend's. i hope she likes it as much as i do. it was a very nice interview. vanessa did such a good job on the drawing!

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  6. I LOVE this. You did an amazing job!

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  7. omg. your gif is way too cute. If i wasn't horribly inept at anything crafty, I might attempt this DIY haha

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  8. I love the gifs on your page. I wish I had a sewing machine. That tutorial is so cute.

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  9. what a cute idea! Makes your top look really sassy!

    love,mongs
    mythriftycloset.blogspot.com

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  10. like you all in black,
    with a red pants and
    your new great art
    on you ;)

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  11. lovely drawing! And your diy are always so nice!

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  12. You always have genius ideas! Love it!

    I believe that friendship via internet exists. Congrats you have found it!

    xxx
    Hang

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  13. Now i just need to learn how to sew a zip! Never been able to get it right - really great idea xx

    http://fashionandfrank.blogspot.com/

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  14. Oooo, my favourite DIY so far. Def going go give this a go!
    renewvintage.blogspot

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  15. no se de donde te sacas todas estas ideas , pero son geniales!!!

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  16. That is a great idea! It looks awesome!

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  17. Vanessa es una antigua amiga mía.
    Qué bien que os hayáis encontrado y admirado.
    Qué envidia me da el dibujo maravilloso que ha hecho de tí( de la buena, claro...)
    Te abrazo fuerte, que siempre viene bien un achuchón.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  18. sucha nice way to show a tutorial showing a gif!
    and what a nice idea!

    i personally would be too scared to cut up a jumper, but ill get my sister RIGHT ON THAT as she is a clothes and textiles nut!

    xx

    amateurartblog.blogspot.com

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  19. What a wonderful idea to make zippers in a rather boring sweater! Really something worth trying

    xx,

    Sam

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  20. You have such a cool blog! I love your style (and the zippers on your jumper in this ensemble!)

    -Julia | www.lesaltlake.blogspot.com

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  21. What can I say???You're my genious!

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  22. Vi la entrevista ayer en su blog que bien!! Somos muchos tus fans jajajaja.... otra buena idea , pero no tengo nada de ganas de coser jajajaa <3 si lo hago lo pego con pegamento jeje

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  23. what a great DIY I'm definetly going to try this.... you have an amazing blog... I'm follow u now.. kisses

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  24. Oh my gosh! You look soo lovely! I like how it can go slouchy when you un-do one of the zippers.. super cute. also that drawing, HOW awesome is that. wow <3

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  25. guapa otra idea genial, eso de las cremalleras me encanta, y esta muy de moda ahora, bueno a mi me recuerda mucho a mi juventos es k cuando tenia como 15 anos iba a la escuela de moda aki en austria y un dia cogi una camiseta y tambien tenia la idea de poner unas cremalleras en una camiseta, de hecho la camiseta al final estaba cubierto de cremalleras y la profesora me dijo k eso no va a llevar nadie jaja pero estaba muy equivocada creo es k en la moda no deberia haber reglas!!!
    love and kiss,mary

    http://maryloucinnamon.blogspot.com

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  26. Just had a chance to read your Q+A with Vanessa... really liked 'I don't have a formula but I believe in one thing. Never compare yourself with other bloggers'... I'm so bad for this, comparing my blog to others! haha I promise to try and remember you advice from now on!

    renewvintage.blogspot.giveaway

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  27. Amazing idea, I love the thought of jazzing up old jumpers.
    Gorgeous drawing of you too. x

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  28. amazing as always!! the idea that you can "open the shoulders" is really intriguing :)

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  29. What a cool post! His details are great.


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

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  30. what a simple diy to add so much style and edge to a plain top! i love exposed zippers too!

    Chic on the Cheap

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  31. Those shoulder zippers are SWEET! You always come up with the coolest, most doable DIYs. Your friend is so sweet for making that picture of you. I am going to look at her blog right now :)

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  32. hiii i follow you on Twitter, Facebook and Bloglovin! : D i have a blog about DIY: D would you like to visit me? kissess http://itsmellslikeateenspirit.blogspot.com/: D

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