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Looking for a way to fab up your look...for free? Try making a great accessory that you can rock with just about any dress this summer!
Here's a great way to make a simple and trendy wide-stretch belt. You'll have everyone asking where you got it.
Stretch material in any color
Belt clasp from old belt or purchased at craft store
Jewels, ribbon or other fun decorative details
1.Measure the width of you waist, and cut a half inch shorter than what you measured (this will ensure your stretch belt will stay up).
2. Cut stretch material to a 4-inch length
3. Once cut accordingly feel free to decorate with studs or jewels by adhering it with the fabric glue.
4. Finish it off with a great clasp, wide belt buckle, or even ribbon to tie it closed for a flirty look.
5. Show it off to your friends at the next party.
POSTED ON 6/25/2009 7:00:00 AM
POSTED IN diy, accessory, crafts
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