Thin cardigans for Spring | NA-KD shoplog

Spring is finally coming. It is getting warmer and the sun is starting to shine again. However, spring can still be a bit chilly and that's why I prefer to wear layers so I can take some off when it gets warmer. That's why in this shoplog I show some thin cardigans...

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Gastblog – DIY: Jouw eigen gl

Written by Celine

10 March 2015

Ik ben Sylvie. Ik heb zelf een blog, maar vandaag gastblog ik!            

Ik heb besloten om een DIY te maken. Enjoy it!   


  • Een schaar
  • Plakband
  • Drinkglas
  • Glasverf(te koop bij de action)
  • Tijdschriften
  • Wc-papier(voor als het mis gaat)
Stap 1

Begin met uitknippen van een plaatje dat je op je glas wilt.                                                                 Dit kan bijvoorbeeld een hartje zijn. Ik heb zelf voor een zonnetje gekozen.

Stap 2

Plak nu het figuurtje op het glas.

Stap 3

​Pak de verf en begin met opvullen van de grootste vlakte (bij mij is dat het rondje ).

Als het mis gaat haal het dan zo snel mogelijk weg met papier!

Stap 4
Als je klaar bent met verven laat je het drogen. Dit duurt ongeveer een halfuur ,maar dit ligt er natuurlijk ook aan hoe dik je verft en hoe groot. Binnenkort kun je drinken uit jouw eigen glas! 
Greetz Sylvie

P.S Heb jij deze diy gemaakt? Maak een foto en zet deze op instagram met #diymetsylvie


I am Celine. Enthusiastic, passionated and a bit perfectionistic, but I especially love blogging. Sharing my beauty and fashion tips was always something I loved to do. Go to my about me page to get to know me.

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