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Spruce up an old denim with simple creative ideas like this DIY. Fevicryl Fabric Colours & 3D Outliners give a new lease of life to something that was jaded and boring. Try this technique and method on garments that need a makeover, and surprise yourself !
Take a pair of grey jeans with a flare.
Cut three strips from a black fabric, broadness being 2”. Fray one side (½") of the fabric using a pair of scissors. Use a tweezer to create even fraying.
Stick the 3 strips using Fevicryl Fabric Glue, neatly towards the bottom part of the jeans (towards the flare), as seen in the image. Ensure to stick at equal distances. Let it dry.
Draw a pattern on an A4 size paper and trace the same on the black strip of fabric that has been stuck on the jeans, using a white pencil.
Paint the flowers with a base coat of Fevicryl Fabric Colour – White 227. Let it dry.
Paint the floral pattern using Fevicryl Fabric Colours - Chrome Yellow 203, White 227, Sky Blue 263, Coral Red 266. Accentuate using Fevicryl 3D Outliner - Red 701, Blue 702, Yellow 703, Light Green 704, Orange 705, White 707 and Neon Pink 712.
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