Dress You Up : 30 simple accessories to make and wear
Ever lusted after a shoe fur pom? Or wanted to know how to create your own jewellery but didn't know how? Then Rosy Nicholas has the answer with her thrifty new book of DIY wearable fashion accessories.Learn how-to revamp your shoes to keep up with the latest trends, make paper and flower crowns to be the envy of all your friends, create colourful bangles, sequin earrings, pompom rings and much more. Filled with 25 colourful, wearable projects this book is for experienced crafters and crafty newbies looking for how-to and inspiration on how to jazz up an outfit and accessorise with a difference. Using a range of simple handmade techniques and materials you can find about the house, learn how to decorate yourself, head to toe, whether it is for a fancy dress party, festival or simply a night out.Filled with colourful illustrations and simple step-by-step photography, get creative and add an extra panache to your wardrobe with these stylist DIY embellishments.
- Hardback | 128 pages
- 210 x 210 x 17.78mm | 690g
- 04 Apr 2017
- Quadrille Publishing Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- Illustrations and colour photography throughout
About Rosy Nicholas
Rosy Nicholas is a freelance illustrator, prop and accessory designer as well as the chief pompom maker at Kirstie Allsopp's Handmade Fair. She has previously collaborated with accessory designer Fred Butler and some of her other clients include Selfridges, TOMS, Adidas, MAC, Grazia, Vogue and Elle. Inspired by simple art deco shapes and never too far from a glue gun, Rosy favours handmade techniques, making gorgeous but elaborate props and accessories from modest materials. She has also appeared a number of times alongside Kirstie Allsopp on her Channel Four craft shows.