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They're super cute right?!? You can check out the tutorial from To Die for DIY or you can just wing it like I did.
I couldn't remember which board I pinned the project onto so I was just going from memory. At first I was going to use a doily but it looked too much like a spider web to me so I quickly switched to some stretch lace. I just clipped a triangle and sewed it on. I didn't even cut away the jeans underneath. Maybe later, I'm not sure yet.
It's a super easy project that will get you lot's of compliments like "Those are so cute!".
My tip for making cut-offs....I like to use a pair of jeans that are 1-2 sizes bigger than what I would normally wear and I cut them so that when they're folded the side bottom hem is straight. If you try to cut them flat with the front facing up you'll get some pretty wonky looking cut-offs when you put them on.
Keep on crafting! The promised tutorial for the Summer Two Piece is coming on Friday so make sure to check back to learn how to make your own~
These are so cute. What a great idea. I have a link party, and I would love it if you would link this post. You can find it at
It is called Wednesdays Adorned From Above Link Party.
I hope to see you there. Have a great Day.
Adorned From Above
Super cute, Tamara. I really love these, though my cut-off shorts days are long gone, lol.
So cute and so fashion !
Hugs from Portugal,
Ana Love Craft
Those are so adorable! It's on my summer to-do list now!
Kisses from Egypt all the way to you. ♥
those shorts are super cute. I've missed them on Pinterest, so loved seeing them on your post.
cute idea! Thanks for linking up at Friday Fun Party. Have a nice weekend.
So cute!!!! I may have to channel my inner boho-1970s soul and do this on my bootleg jeans!! :)
Very cute! Ok - so I'm a bit behind and haven't seen these before!! Thanks for sharing !
Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a fabulous week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
Like the hint about cut-offs. Love the lace insert (or cover-up!) Thanks for hosting!
They're cute! What a great way to ease a tight leg if they were to be cut at the seam.....
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