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The collared shirt has been a closet staple since the beginning of garments and recently we've been seeing more stars spruce up their boyfriend's shirt with a little razzle dazzle! When Contributing Editor, Geri Hirsch (of Because I'm Addicted) spotted Emily Browning in an embellished Phillip Lim top, we knew that this was a DIY made in be-dazzled Heaven!This easy technique can be done in an array of different colors, shapes and sizes ... or use a variety like we did! Skip the statement necklace and ice your neck with this DIY tip that looks lovely worn on its own or styled peaking out from under your sweater! Now we'll show you how to Do-It-Yourself!Here's what you'll need -Collared shirtRhinestones to cover the collar in color and shape of your choice. We used a variety pack.Fabric glue or E-6000 adhesiveStep 1 - Find a cool collared shirt (Try Goodwill!) and jewels at your local crafts store (We love Micheal's)!Step 2 - Lay collar flat, arranging jewels how you'd like them to lookStep 3 - Glue each jewel down and let dry. Watch your plain shirt become a unique, one of a kind piece!
by Lisa Topiol
So, you've got time on your side and you don't know what to do. I know that on those days I've spent lots of hours in front of the tv or the computer, and usually I feel pretty guilty for wasting away my time. A friend recently introduced me to this cool little book that turned my boring days into awesome moments of creativity. Do yourself a favor and go pick up a copy of Wreck This Journal today! I promise, you won't regret it. For less than 10 bucks you'll find yourself doing the most interesting things! Some of the activities found in this journal include pouring and drawing with coffee, covering a page in numbers, dropping the journal from a tall building, and finger-painting! You can make this journal as pretty or as disgusting as you please, but the point is to wreck it! Bring back those fun days of childhood as an adult with this creative journal that will keep your creative juices flowing!Where to Buy - Barnes & NoblePrice - $9.32Who Found It - Ltopiol was the first to add the 'Wreck This Journal' to the Hive.