Happy Thursday! We have a bunch of clothing and accessory posts in our archives that deserve a second round of love, so … it’s roundup time! Some of these require sewing skills and some only require scissors and glue. 😉 Keep scrolling to find a fun DIY to tackle this weekend.
The first DIY on our list? These adorable oversized hair clips. We’re not trying to play favorites, but these are super easy to make and so darn cute.
Turn an old pair of jeans into a skirt. This is a great project for sewing beginners!
This tulle skirt DIY is one of our most popular posts ever. You can save so much money when you make your own skirt like this!
Turn a plain straw clutch into spring or summer bag with a few craft supplies.Cacti and pom poms are two things we’ll never get tired of. If you feel the same, make your own shirt using our iron-on printable.
This clear confetti pouch can hold makeup brushes, travel accessories, and more. And, it’s waterproof—perfect for pool days.
We love this lace up detail, and it can be added to any sweatshirt.
Sometimes it can be so hard to find the perfect swimsuit coverup. DIY to the rescue!
Turn any button-up shirt into a tied crop top.
We included a couple kiddo clothes in the mix, like this halter top romper and embroidered rainbow romper. Adorable!After you make your summer clutch, embroider a sun hat.. Extra UV protection is always a good thing!
Emma’s homemade denim dress has its own accessory on it. Look at that weaving!
Add a cool design to a pair of plain flats.
Finally! Maternity jeans that fit the way you want them to.
A headband can add something extra to your outfit, and it makes your hair look fuller. We love this padded one.And last, but definitely not least, one of our favorite “hacks” is to add a built-in bra to a dress or romper. Laura is a creative genius!