09 10

Pipe sleeves DIY + Looks


These are pipe sleeves and you can find them in B&Q or plumbers shops, plumbers normally use them to cover indoor pipes for example the heating pipes, the material looks solid as metal but is like plastic, silver polypropylene sort of thing it can be cut with normal paper scissors.
 Cut different sizes and just place them in a cord and voila! 
Religion vest + DIY necklace
Hope everybody is having a great week! I've been having a bit of insomnia after a few weeks of indulgence and lack of sleep. I'm happy to go back to the old routine now. Hope you like the DIY :)


61 comentarios:

  1. FABULOSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
    FELIZ Y PRÓSPERO 2012 para tí y a todos los que amas.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXx

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  2. really a great diy and I love your biker vest. xxx

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  3. What a great idea!!!


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  4. OMG i am so smiling - pipe sleeves - never have i been able to see my work in terms of fashion - which is where i so admire your talent - mine are stainless steel but i have a dremel or Mr does so i could make a fab necklace - so cool and so clever xx

    http://fashionandfrank.blogspot.com/

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  5. This is what my weekend is going to consist of, thanks for the post!

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  6. adore that jacket and great necklace as well

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  7. it's so simple and it looks so good!! I have such a big list of DIY that i never do, and this one go straight to it! And I also love your mum jacket, so great!

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  8. i was like why is victoria talking about cutting pipe? because it makes a pretty necklace, duh teddi. i like how you styled it with both looks, & here's to happy sleeping.

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  9. Hey dear,

    it would be a pleasure and a great help for me if you could answer my blogger-interview about the relation of fashion, blogs and journalism. It's anonym, but you can also name your blog if u like. It's to find on my blog!

    Thank you in forward,
    Alex

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  10. All of your DIYs are really inspiring. It's amazing how you can look at something so ordinary and see the potential in it!

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  11. Genial!! Me gustan mucho tus DIY!!!

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  12. full of ideas!!!!
    like your black and brown combination!

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  13. que cool.. me encanto tu chaleco de piel por cierto

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  14. Wow! That's so clever! Gonna get me some pipe sleeves.

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  15. hi victoria!! nice necklace, the cool thing is that the inspiration can be used with other materials as well...
    when are you gonna post the DIY collars Part II?!?!?! i'm obsessed with those collars... gracias por responder a mi mensaje tan rápido, yo sé que debes ser una persona muy ocupada ,así que una vez más, me gustaria decir gracias por su atención. Yo soy una gran fan.
    xx
    anna

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  16. great DIY!
    just found your blog, it's lovely!







    xxx
    kissmequick

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  17. So easy and pretty!!! It's like a chicer version of the macaroni necklace I made in grade school.

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  18. Thanks for the comment! What a cool idea though!

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  19. What a fun DIY! Just found your blog through chictopia. Excited to keep up with your posts. Keep rockin it girl!

    Tiffany
    Kitten Paws Vintage

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  20. amazing, as always.
    mentioned you on my blog today because {after months of admiring yours} i finally figured out how to do .gifs!

    hope you get some sleep lady!

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  21. Utterly fabulolus! Just the kind of edgy combination I love! xxx

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  22. wow, it's very original idea! :)

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  23. You are such a talented lady! I love the idea and the result looks fab! Also swooning over your jacket and leather vest.
    xx

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  24. wow good idea!!looks hard to cut though!x

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  25. wow good idea!!looks hard to cut though!x

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  26. what an amazing DIY idea! looks great.

    and i have to say that i've fallen in love with your blog <3 your outfits are gorgeous and your pictures so creative and beautiful!

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  27. such a fantastic DIY! now following :)

    natalie
    http://lucyandtherunaways.blogspot.com

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  28. Hi :), I know, but I needed to improve the survey...If you don't mind doing it again? ;)

    Thaaaanks dear...

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  29. just adore a great jewelry DIY! looks fabulous! bookmarked! x

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  30. awesome leather vest!
    and thanks for helping me your comment helped me a lot!

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  31. Hey !
    That necklace looks amazing ! Good job :)
    Love your vest by the way.

    xoxo

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  32. Great blog I'm following :) hope you will follow back

    leopardinleather.blogspot.com

    X

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  33. Yo tambien quería que todo volviera a la normalidad!! .. yo hacía de esos collares con popotes en el colegio jaja .. aunque el tuyo es 100% PRO jajaja.. muuua

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  34. This is my kind of DIY... cheap and EASY!! I absolutely love it, so very creative xoxoxo

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  35. YES, I love the DIY! Happy New Year, Victoria!

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  36. increible como se te ocurren tantas cosas! y todo tan economico y accesible :D

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  37. Victoria, happy New Year and I I hope 2012 will bring you everything you wish for! This is a great necklace and I'm always amazed by the people's creativity...I think I'm hopeless at DIY...Also, I really liked the post where you gave 'blogging' suggestions. I started over six months ago, but still feel 'new' in this community...thank you for the advices!

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  38. Neat tutorial! I like the industrial chic!

    Emily x

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  39. You are so clever hot muma, you definitely have the best DIY blog I have seen. I LOVE your mums jacket xx

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  40. Genius idea! I swear you're always thinking outside of the box!

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  41. Great DIY, love the necklace! x

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  42. You've got so great ideas! Love it! :)

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  43. looks really good!

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  44. soo awesome necklace !!! its very good idea!

    http://dizizi.blogspot.com/

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  45. En españa venden almidón para la ropa, seguro que tiene que haber en Inglaterra también. Mira en Boots que tienen de todo.
    Son como unos polvos, los diluyes en agua y remojas lo que quieras, una vez que ha chpado el líquido, escurres, planchas y es auténtico papel. Muy fuerte!!!
    A ver con qué sales???

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  46. wow you have an amazing blog! nice diy (Y) hmm.. cant wait to try it out myself!

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  47. wow thanks for that- such a great idea! x

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  48. That DIY is amazing! :D You look super cute!

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  49. These DIY is perfect to create a statement piece! I love how simple yet creative it is, lovely blog and thanks for commenting on mine,

    Lacey xoxo

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  50. Lovely blog.
    http://xtheperfectmess.blogspot.com

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  51. me encanta este collar!!! sobre todo keda genial con el cardigan de tu madre rechulo el look guapisima!!!!
    besos mary

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  52. Cute, cute, cute. You couldn't get any more creative. I love that leather vest too!
    -Meagan
    www.spunkychateau.com

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  53. Ingenious creation, who knew B&Q equipment could be turned into something stylish! x

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  54. what a great find, and i love your look ! super idea, will definitely keep an eye out for the pipe sleeves next time i find myself in a hardware store =)

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  55. The two main reasons to use this sort of pipe sleeve are for protection from odor or fire. When the sleeve is around a water pipe, that pipe will eventually go into the sewer. By placing an airtight seal around the opening in the floor around the pipe, sewer odor won’t come back up around it.

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  56. Fantastic! Even pipe tube can be used as accessories.

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