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    New DIY Project! Create Your Own Custom Lace T-shirt!

    I love anything with lace – I’m obsessed! I saw this article in an issue of InStyle magazine that offers simple step-by-step instructions to creating your own custom lace t-shirt that’s uniquely you, so I had to try it myself.

    It’s very easy to do. You can use different colors of lace, different patterns, and however many lines of lace you want.

    Here is mine shown here (I already got a compliment on it)!

    Directions:

    1. Lay lace trim across width of t-shirt, about two inches from the bottom. Cut lace to line up with the seams of the shirt.

    2. Dot glue on the back of the lace, then gently press and hold the lace on the shirt.

    3. Secure lace by applying a thin line of glue around perimeter of lace edge.

    4. Repeat with a second strip of lace about two inches away from the first.

    5. Let dry for 24 hours before wearing, and always hand wash!

    You can buy lace at Michael’s or your nearby craft store!

    Lots of lace and love, Nicole

    Nicole
    Nicole
    Nicole Weider is a Salem, Oregon native who moved to Los Angeles and quickly found success as a fashion model at the age of 17. Today, Nicole is an active wife, mom, producer, actress and author and has made it her mission to share her personal story, the bright moments and the challenges, with young women around the world.

    34 COMMENTS

    1. I came across that article! 😀 I think you did the better job and I’ll have to do that one of these days! 😀 Could you put more DIY ideas such as ways to modestly transform a boring t-shirt (for a church event, etc.) and make them look better? Thanks 😀

    2. When I saw this I thought it was super cute and made me want to do so! Then I thought I had to saw and was starting to talk myself out of it, but if it’s just glue then we’re ok haha! Thanks for the diy and God Bless! =]

    3. This is so pretty, I definitely want to do this!! I absolutely love lace too 🙂 Your shirt looks fantastic, I hope that I’ll be able to make a nice one! 🙂 what kind of glue did you use, is there a specific kind that’s fabric safe?

    4. Did you lose weight or something? Lookin hot girlfriend! 🙂 <3
      I will DEFINTELY do this… It looks fun, and like a good use of time… Better than sitting around watching Ghost Whisperer the entire night lol 🙂

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