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How many times have you walked past an ugly apron at a thrift store or a yard sale? Well check this out as a way to rock an old one and make it pop. Adding touches of embroidery is easy. This camping embroidery idea came from Jenny Hartâ€™s Sublime Stitching collection. I just drew it myself though instead of going through the ironing steps â€“ each to his own though. I am headed off for a Summer camping trip and made an apron for the trip.
Learn how to make this Camping Apron from my piece at the Phoenix New Times Jackalope Ranch blog: A Restyled, Camp-Ready Apron
Simple summer necklaces are a must. When you don’t want to wear much in the way of clothing because it’s damn hot, accessorizing really makes a difference.
This little number is inspired by Anthropologie’s Merit Badge Necklace. Theirs is $88, but you can make your own for a couple of bucks.
Learn how to make a painted wooden necklace from my piece at The Phoenix New Times Jackalope Ranch blog: Inspired Restyle: A Merit Badge Necklace
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