Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Stud you like.

120 Silver 12mm Studs - £6.99 Ebay
Oversized Denim Waistcoat - £5 NewLook


What have I been doing?? More DIY haha. And this one hurt my mitts, but was worth it. I picked up this oversized sleeveless denim jacket in New Look last week for £5, I couldnt leave it there for that much! I love it, its so good to throw on over pretty much anything! I was debating leaving it plain but then I thought, I'd definitely love it even more if its was dripping with studs! So I got myself some from ebay and eagerly awaited their arrival, as soon as they came through the door I set myself up with a coffee and some music and started studding! Less than an hour later this was the result!! Im soooo happy with it! and I still have some studs left over. This cost me less than £12 to make and I'll definitely be getting more than £12's wear out of it! What do you think? Will you be studding any denim this season?

Bambi xx

85 comments:

  1. Looks really good!! I did the same with my sleeveless denim jacket, save the pocket some holes!! x

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  2. This looks brilliant (: I really want to get some studs to put on my dolly shoes!

    Remia x
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    1. Thankyou , yeh you should get some, thatll be cute x

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  3. I'll definitely be studding some denim. You did a great job on this it looks amazing!

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  4. This looks amazing, you're so good at DIYs!

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  5. This looks so good, much better than The Ragged Priest :)

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    1. tbh i wouldnt mind a ragged preist oe at all haha! x

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  6. I really want some rounded point studs! This looks so good xx

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    1. Get some donut! Theyre not that expensive really and you can do alot with them x

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  7. Lovely DIY. Better to do it your self that pay over the odd so something too expensive. Think it looks lovely.

    Pipp xx
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    1. I agree, plus ill appreciate it more with bruised fingers haha x

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  8. This looks great, doesn't look DIY'd at all - spaced them perfectly!! Great Job xxx

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  9. Wow love this and cannot believe it was £5! You definitely made it your own with the studs. Shame about your hands but you have inspired me to stud something of my own x

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    1. Thankyou ! I know haha absolute bargain! xx

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  10. Last year I got a Levi jacket in a charity shop for £1 and headed to eBay to do the same thing - yours looks great. How smug do you feel knowing how much a ragged priest version would be :) xxx

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    1. I know haha, slightly smug! Levi...£1! wowee xx

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  11. This looks great, and so affordable! I need to get some studs off eBay and start DIY'ing :) xx

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    1. Thankyou! Yeh you definitely should! Xx

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  12. looks nice! x
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  13. Love this - looks ace! The studs definitely make it more edgy and the price makes it so worth doing.

    Katie xx
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  14. I need to get one if these, wow I love it! So clever Bambi :)

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  15. I need to make a go of this! Super cute! x

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  16. This looks so good like something from ragged priest! I am rubbish at DIY :( Lol x

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  17. Lovvvve it looks way better with studs x

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  18. I need to get my bum into gear and start studding things! Looks really good! X

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  19. I love it! It turned out so cute :)) http://saratalks22.blogspot.com.es/

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  20. So clever! I have so many unused studs, I need to get DIY'n ;)

    Tara
    The Style Rawr!
    xoxo

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  21. So cool! Great post :)

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  22. This looks awesome. How much does it hurt your fingers though?!
    X

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    1. Lots lol! I slipped a couple times haha oops! X

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  23. looks so good! What a great jacket for a mere £12! xx

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  24. You've made this look so expensive! Great DIY x

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  25. This is fab! What a bargain too :) I studded a boucle jacket not long ago and I love how that looks. Studs can completely change an item.

    xx

    wearenouvellevague

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    1. Thankyou! Post your jacket I wanna seeee x

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  26. Love this, definitely need to buy myself some studs...they completely make the jacket xx

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  27. I am like in LOVE with STUDS! So going to do this! Loves yah gorgeous! xx

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  28. This looks so fab :) I love that you did it yourself, makes you appreciate it more! :)
    Jay x

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    1. I agree , I love how it turned out x

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  29. Wow great love these posts you do with all the DIY so handy and unique can I ask do you attach the studs with strong fabric glue or do you us a different technique? xx

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    1. No sweets they have teeth ,that u fold over witha knife xx

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    2. Orite I see sounds painful :D x

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  30. I keep meaning to buy some studs and do this !
    I love how your waistcoat turned out :)
    Launa xx
    Wowsville

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    1. Thankyou :) you should definitely do it x

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  31. I've always wanted to DIY a vest. Looks hot! xx

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  32. I love it! I have an oversized jean jacket that i never wear. I've totally been debating weather or not to cut off the sleeves and wear it as a vest. If I do, I'll definitely want to stud it.

    Xo

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  33. Love the idea of re-styling your clothes! very clever! xxxx

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  36. Awesome customisation, I have been thinking about putting some studs onto the top corner pocket of my checkered shirts!

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  37. I love this DIY hun, the studded jacket is so fierce and fabulous!

    Eda x

    Candyfloss Curls, Cupcakes & Couture

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  38. Amazing!! I keep meaning to buy some studs to do things like this, it makes everything look so good. Love this look, you're seriously stylish x

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  40. That looks so nice! I always find myself thinking about studding an old pair of shorts, but never get round to it xx

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  41. This diy is so cool! It's looks so nice!
    Such a nice post!
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  42. Wow! That looks so fierce! Brilliant DIY! Thank you for your comments x

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  43. I do love me a decent stud DIY! Looks fab =]

    Nina x
    shesbrighterthanthesun.blogspot.co.uk

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  44. i want this! you have crazy talent, i see a future shop owner :-)

    Carol x
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  45. The end result looks perfect! I've always wanted to do this DIY!

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  46. That looks awesome, I've been meaning to do that to some of my stuff!

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  47. love it!
    xoxo

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  48. love love love your creativity!!
    Definitely inspired

    Nay
    xxx

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  49. omg, it looks so cool!
    i have to try this too <3, thanks for inspiring me!

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  50. i do this all the time with my clothes:) love it xx
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