- And old jean. If its pockets are made with a patterned fabric is even better.
- A pencil or fabric marker
Onces you have decided where to cut them you just cut them. Then you can make little cuts in the front and in the back or you can leave it like it is so it look more serious. Then you can make another cut where the pockets are, so you will see the pockets through the cut. Finally, you just wash it in the washing machine to make it more destroyed and ALL DONE!
Is really easy and quick and you recycle old jeans and have new shorts for the new season.
This is the final appearance of my DIY. They look great with tights and my new Dr Martens.
Now I have to thank two people. The first one is Fracncisca. She had been interested in my blog and introduced it in a web and blog directory. You can vist her web clicking here or by the the link than is under the tittle Mujeres. Thanks Francisca!
I also have to thank Patti from http://www.shoesandbasics.com because she gave me my first award. Thanks Patti!
So now I have to give this award to the last nine people that post a comment. And the winners are :
Congratulations to all of you and thanks for read my blog.
Oh! By the way. Sorry if I'm not posting any comments on your blogs this last few days but I have no time. Sometimes I can't even create new posts for my new blog!