DIY 30 DAYS 30 TEE-SHIRTS : #9 with a hologram print

DIY hologram crop top Well, it’s that time of year again… Crop top time ! Crop tops are so fashionable and easily DIYable that it’s hard to spend Spring / Summer avoiding them on Clones ‘n’ Clowns… Last year I showed you how to make this one, this one and this one and this year I’ve added a hologram touch for some extra special 2013ness. Had I guessed I would be exposing half of my body to the whole wide web I’m not sure I would ever have started this blog… But then again I suppose it’s all part of the fun ! Life starts just outside your comfort zone, right ?! So get your crop tops out and flash that flesh !

Here’s how to cut a basic men’s tee into a croppy and then add a HOLO-GRAPHIC print !

DIY hologram crop top

I think this sparkly iron-on print is amazing ! It looks beautiful in the light and is the perfect material for graphic prints that are easy to design but look super trendy. Again this tee-shirt looks like something you might buy in Urban Outfitters, doesn’t it ?! Just like this one ! But the difference is, I MADE IT MYSELF ! Are you going to make it too ?!

Take care and come back soon !

xx

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16 thoughts on “DIY 30 DAYS 30 TEE-SHIRTS : #9 with a hologram print

  1. That tee is so cute! Really want to DIY a crop top for summer but can’t bring myself to do it while it’s still depressingly icy outside!

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  3. this is so awesome!! i love hologram everything :’) is the hologram iron on still good after a few washes? i have used the iron on sheets where you use your printer to print designs on the sheet…but those lasted 1-2 washes before it starts fading/peeling. i def need to try this :)!

    • The precoloured ones are amazing, you would never tell the difference between a homemade print and a bought printed tee-shirt, even after tons of washes !!

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  5. so cute! would holographic tape or wrapping paper work(plastic and water proof)?. could i just super glue them on?

    • Hi ! You could do but it won’t be as seemless + you’ll have trouble washing it ! But it would definitely be a good option for a temporary design ! x

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