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DIY- Glitter Sleeves

 

I found this T-shirt one day while shopping, unfortunately it was sold out.

 

This got me thinking… It shouldn’t be too hard to make, so I did, and here is how I did it:

 

 

 

What you need: a T-shirt (I choose long sleeve). This project will need newspaper; it’s a messy one. You will also need spray glitter, you can find this at your local craft store, I bought a multi pack, but I only used silver and gold glitter.

 

 

Lay out your newspaper and then place your shirt on it. Now lay newspaper over all over your shirt except for your sleeve. Try to get as close to the seam as possible.

 

 Now take your spray glitter and start spraying. Spray until you think it’s glittery enough. Wait about an hour and repeat with the other side. Wait another hour. If you don’t think your shirt is sparkly enough, repeat the process. When your shirt is completely dry hang it up and wait 72 hours before you wash it. When you wash your shirt you don’t have to wash it alone.

 

Now that you’re done with this super easy DIY, wear your new shirt all over campus! 

I am a sophmore at Western Michigan University. I'm double majoring in political science and enviromental studies, and double minoring in gender and women's studies and journalism.I love's reading the newspaper, I'm a self-proclaimed news junkie. I also love volunteering, spending time with my friends. In my rare free time I love to watch movies and televison shows a season at a time. I comedies, espically British comedies, the dryer the better! I also love spending time out side, whether it's camping, hiking, or just enjoying our world's natural beauty.My future plans include saving the earth from climate change and ensuring women's equality, well those are my long time goals anyway. After college I plan to work as a legislative aid or a political reporter. I currently serve as Her Campus WMU's senator in the Western Student Association. I also work as a reporter at my home town newspaper, The South County News.To my friends I'm known as the poltical coffee addicted shoeaholic feminist, but you can call me Morgan. Follow me on Twitter: @macfarlane_mOr email me: morgan.k.macfarlane@wmich.edu 
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