I’m sure you’ve seen this DIY before but I liked how it turned out and thought I would share. I actually bought these studs a few weeks back with the idea of putting them on the shoulders of a jacket. After slight hesitation (I decided I liked the jacket just the way it is), I opted for studding the collar of this blouse instead. Just the pizazz it needed – don’t you think?!
Here’s what you’ll need:
X-Acto Knife or something sharp to punch small holes
Blouse (I would recommend a cheap / thrifted blouse for your first attempt)
1. Line up studs in the triangular pattern you like.
2. Poke a small hole and punch the back of your screw in (see photo below).
3. Tighten the top of the stud and repeat until all studs are in place!
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