So simple and pretty! This is something I could even do (so not crafty LOL).
Oh wow…what a super pretty scarf!! This might be something I could actually manage to do hehe. Thanks for sharing :)
That is a very cute idea! I have never thought of adding something to a scarf to make it more festive. Love it and I think I can handle this DIY idea :) Pinned!
What a simple and pretty way to dress up a scarf! Love it!
so simple and yet so pretty!
Super cute idea! Love them! This would be a great way to get the kids to help out on teachers gifts too! Makes them unique!
Super cute scarf–perfect holiday gift!!!
This revamp looks great, and super easy!
So fun! It’s going to look great on stage!
I’ve never used fabric glue but anything that saves sewing is a win in my book!
Super cute Christine! Im all about no sew! ha! :)
Great project !!
Wow, what an easy upgrade! I’m going to add sequins to everything now. Thanks for sharing! I found you on the Made by You Monday link up :)
So pretty! It really adds a lot.
Cute! I bet she looked adorable! :) Thanks for sharing on Make Bake Create!
Super cute idea!
Thanks so much for linking up to Your Whims Wednesday, I featured this on my blog today! Come stop by and grab a featured button :)
It’s Deonna from the Child at Heart blog! I love this post and would love for you to link up to the Merriest Blog Hop and share your creations! I am addicted to scarves and love anything about them. This makes a plain scarf extra special… I just might have to do this now.
Your daughter’s scarf looks so pretty with the sequin trim. So simple and so pretty. Your daughter will look fabulous in it. The sequin trim is bright enough to really show.
Glad to hear she likes to be in choir. I was in choir all thru high school and enjoyed it so much. I missed it after I left school. Being in choir helps keeps us in more of the Christmas spirit, hard not singing all the beautiful songs being part of all the celebrating of our Lord. Happy holidays
Lovely scarf – featuring on tomorrows Serenity saturday link party
So cute! I would love for you to join me at Check Me Out Saturday and share with my readers:
LOVE it and can’t wait to use this idea on my bajillion scarves! Featuring you at this weekend’s party! THANKS for sharing and linkin up girl!
My daughter is part of her school choir again this year. They were asked to wear something red and green during their performances. Gabrielle had a simple red scarf that she received as a gift from Santa last year. I figured if I jazzed it up a little bit with some green, it would be perfect to wear during the performances.
DIY Scarf Embellishment
– Sequin trim
– Fabric Glue
– Ruler (optional)
– Chalk (optional)
Step 1: Place the sequin trim onto the scarf and decide how you want to place it on the scarf. Do you want only one stripe or multiple stripes? This is the time to figure out the pattern/look you want.
Step 2: Once you have decided how many stripes you want, cut the sequin trim the length you need for each stripe.
Step 3: Apply fabric glue onto the scarf to adhere the first sequin trim stripe.
Step 4: Once the first stripe is glued onto the scarf, you can use a ruler and chalk to create lines for your next stripes. (Note that you could have done this for the first stripe too, but I didn’t because the scarf wasn’t completely straight.) Apply fabric glue onto the chalk line and adhere the sequin trim.
And voilà, you know have an embellished scarf!
What do you think? Doesn’t it look great? I love that it has a festive look to it. I’ll make sure to share photos of Gabrielle wearing it as soon as I can. If you would like more ideas, check this out DIY Scarves.
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Have a FABULOUS day!
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