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A Trendy Wide-Stretch Belt – Just for YOU!

 

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.


What You'll Need:

Stretch material in any color
Scissors
Measuring Tape
Fabric Glue
Belt clasp from old belt or purchased at craft store
Jewels, ribbon or other fun decorative details


What You'll Do:

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.


Our tip: WalMart and Michael's are great places that have all the materials needed.

-Cara Tedesco

POSTED ON 6/25/2009 7:00:00 AM

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