Tuesday, October 20, 2009

corsage tees please

This morning I was on Studio 5 with Brooke Walker talking about the fabulous fashion trend of having pretty handmade fabric flowers and ruffles on simple tees. I made 4 different examples with some awesome techniques.
I totally forgot to grab jeans when I left my house this morning so I made a quick detour to my sister's house. (Camille always saves the day.) Then she curled my hair even and sent me on my way. I will have to share the different ideas here because I think you will absolutely love them! Plus, they're super easy.
Thanks to Bethany and Kit for watching my sweet kiddos too.
If you are local to Utah County you should come to the Spark Soiree tonight at Dear Lizzie in Alpine from 7-9 or there will be a live U-Stream chat so check out the Spark blog at 7:45 pm. (mountain standard time)
Also, my little neice was born and is so precious she was named after my great great grandma, Taimi. (tymee) I'll post pictures next!

38 comments:

JessicaS said...

Any chance they put this on youtube? I would love to see it!

Ashley and Chris Miles said...

You are Too CUTE I giggled the whole time you couldn't be more adorable. You are brilliant LIZ I LOVE YOU

Denise said...

I want to learn how to make one!

Robyn said...

You did so great Liz! It was so fun to watch you today - super cute projects!! I was planning to come tonight but I'm not going to be able to now - so bummed! I'll try to login and check it out! Hope you guys have tons of fun! hugs!

i'm jefra... said...

AHHH!! they're beautiful! i love how you just effortlessly crank this stuff out.

Brenda Weaver said...

ooooh! I want to learn!!! My wardrobe needs a face lift and this just might be the ticket!

Shemaine Smith said...

Congratulations on being an Auntie! Wish CA wasn't so far from Utah...

Sara Ancich said...

I was thinkin', "gee, her hair looks great."

Tammy said...

seriously sooo talented! I just watched it on the studio 5 website. You are such an inspiration! And I am with Jefra on this, you make it look so easy , it just comes so naturally comes to you!

Julie said...

Please do! I made one in August and after I washed it the flowers looked terrible.

Wendy said...

Absolutely love the t-shirts! They would make a great give-away :) Wish I were home during the day to watch Studio 5.

Diane B. said...

can't wait to see how you can 'scrap' clothes! LOL I'm soooo in! ;)

Taraleigh said...

Thank you for being so willing to share your ideas and giving us all inspiration! I soak up all I can get.

Jocelyn said...

i would definitely like a "how to" on here:-)

The Swanky Isis said...

So fun to see you again! You my friend are darling. Your ideas and creative mind are out of control! You did so great and we can't wait for our play date ;)
xoxo, Laci and Nataile

Deanna said...

Please, please, please share how to make these! I'm dying to learn.

Alyssa said...

PLEASE share a video/instructions!
they look amazing!!

Katie Burnett said...

Count me among those requesting close up pics of those tees and directions. The green one is to die for!!!

Meghann said...

Please share instructions! I love this idea!

Christy said...

pleasssssssssse share! Looks like a WONDERFUL Christmas gift! :)

Valerie said...

PLEASE SHARE! I am stuck in Illinois and can't watch!

Michelle B said...

Yes Please show us how to make those cute shirts! I went to Studio 5 website to see if I could find the clip but it wasn't there. Please share!

Heather said...

Very creative shirts...they are too cute! I have a question....you said you use a die cutting machine for cutting the flowers out....which machine do you use? I've tried cutting fabric with bonding material ironed on the back out of my Cricut and it did not work too well. It didn't like the detailed cuts. I would love ideas for cutting fabric out with my Cricut. Thanks

Tammy said...

here is the link for anyone that is interested!! :)
http://studio5.ksl.com/?nid=58&sid=8369323

Rebekah Williams said...

Hey Liz! Your star just keeps rising. Can't wait to see the t-shirt tutorial. I think they'd make fab Christmas presents, don't you?

Libby said...

The corsage tees are absolutely beautiful. You are very talented! And I really hope you post instructions on your blog so the rest of us can make them too! :)

mama b said...

i went to the website and saw the tutorial. SO ADORABLE. and this is gonna sound so weird, but you have a really gentle, sweet voice. :)

Connie B said...

They are too cute! Please share with us!

Charlene said...

Those are great! Grats on being on the show :)

Jen Fox said...

your hair is getting so long! you look fab, as always. can't wait to see you in two (count it, TWO) weeks! love the project! can't wait to see the "how to"
<3

Efrat Kashat said...

I'd love to see what you made! I'm sure it's gorgeous!!

Hey, did you know your blog is super fun? :)

Winter said...

These are too cute! You have inspired me to purchase some flower headbands, I wore one for the first time the other day on my 30th b-day! I am in love with them! :) Can't wait to see these on a shirt! Thanks for sharing! :)

Lara said...

So cute!!! Congratulations on all your wonderful ventures!!!

A.J. Johnson:A Family Company said...

Tell your sister I love the name! I went to Finland for my mission. I have very fond memories of a beatiful Taimi.

Gracey Bags said...

I have been wanting to know how to make these too. I make clutch style purses and want to embellish them with a small flower. These would be perfect.

tara pollard pakosta said...

Okay, I totally want to send you every one of my shirts and have you work magic on them!! You are sooooooooo talented liz!!! I love it!
tara

Julie said...

Love those gorgeous tee's! Is there an Etsy site or tutorials available?

Superwoman Scrapper said...

Please post instructions. Love every single one of these. Wow!