Well, you can tell by my DIYs, I am totally into embellishing lots of clothing. On my trip to NYC, I actually saw a couple of flannel pieces that were embellished. They were pretty expensive, so I put this project on my to-do list. The only snag I came across was finding a thrift store flannel shirt that was acceptable. So, I ended up buying a new Mossimo flannel at Target for $17.99. I normally don't like purchasing a new item and trying a DIY, but I was pretty confident that I could pull this off without messing the shirt up. If you have a flannel already in that closet for a total of $4.00 that is for 2 packs of studs, you can make this shirt for your fall and winter wardrobe.
Materials needed for this project are a flannel shirt and studs.
Step 1: Look at the pocket design and lay out your design on the pocket before you pushing studs through. I started in the middle to cover the button slit and then worked my way outward.
Step 3: The first two rows contain a total of 7, the third row 5, and 4th row 3. The stitching of my pocket has a "v" pattern that I followed. This is what they should look like completed.
Step 4: Repeat the same on the opposite pocket. Then you shirt is complete. This is such an easy project and can be done in less than an hour.
I got many complements on this shirt and nothing feels better than knowing you accomplished it yourself- even if it is only a shirt!
I did get me these great Mossimo booties at Target and they are a steal at $29.99. They come in taupe and black.
Linking up at Pleated Poppy for What I wore Wednesday.
Do you wear flannel?