DIY Film Bow

2013-12-22

Want to look a little bit more dapper this Christmas? Fashion a DIY film bow to complete that dashing and debonair look!

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One of the perfect times to revamp your wardrobe and change your look is during the holidays. There’s so much parties to attend, and so many gifts to receive! You can add a Lomographic touch to your outfits by punctuating your look with a DIY film bow tie. Here’s how!

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Materials:

  • 35mm film negatives
  • Mini stapler
  • Scissors
  • Marker

Instructions:

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Cut the film strips into these shapes.

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Grab the one at the top and fold both ends into the middle.

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Get the second strip and put it behind the big one. Keep holding it still.

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Get the last piece and wrap it around the middle.

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Staple it to hold everything. You’re all set!

Information for this article was sourced from Alleyhope

written by cruzron on 2013-12-22 #gear #tutorials #fashion #film #diy #negative #bow #tipster

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