Briana Marie

hey currently im at college at SHU. i have no idea what im going to be doing in the future but im going to have fun figuring it out

October 29, 2013 11:50 pm
I could not be happier to welcome my g-little into my branch! I now have the perfect family ❤️ #ast

I could not be happier to welcome my g-little into my branch! I now have the perfect family ❤️ #ast

August 23, 2013 12:30 am 12:26 am August 18, 2013 2:25 pm

"You’re an idiot anyway. But if you say you get along with your parents, well, you’re a liar too"

(via alientic)

2:21 pm

tentakewl:

how do you expect me to ask strangers for a job I can’t even ask my friend’s mom for a glass of water 

(Source: smackable, via thomasmichaelmark)

August 16, 2013 1:53 am
My new hand knit scarf #scarf #diy #knit #crochet #lionsbrand #yarn

My new hand knit scarf #scarf #diy #knit #crochet #lionsbrand #yarn

August 15, 2013 11:22 pm

amandasclosett:

Bow shirt tutorial! I got the idea from MacBarbie07, and i just thought it was the cutest thing ever!

What you’ll need:

1. Scissors

2. Liquid stitch

3. A rotary cutter

4. A piece of cardboard

5. A shirt you are willing to cut (mine was $3 from H&M)

Step 1: Using your scissors, cut the bottom hem off of your shirt (you’ll need the material later)

Step 2: With the cardboard inside of the shirt, cut slits in the fabric with the rotary cutter. It doesn’t matter how far apart you make your cuts, as long as they are evenly spaced. I used the hem of the shirt to help guide my cuts so they were all the same width, but this step isn’t necessary.

Step 3: Using the extra material, cut 2-3 inch long strips (make sure to cut off the thread). 

Step 4: Pinch the fabric in the middle, creating the “bow” shape.

Step 5: Wrap one of your fabric strips around the area that you pinched, and apply the liquid stitch. Make sure that the glued section ends up in the back, so you have a smooth looking bow on the outside.

Step 6: Once glued, your bow should now look like this.

Step 7: Repeat steps 4-5 for all of the other bows until you reach the bottom. Your shirt should now look like this.

Step 8 (optional): If you want, you can also add another bow on the very top. First, cut off the edge of the hem around the neck with a pair of scissors. Cut however much you want off, depending on how deep you want your shirt to go in the front and back. Repeat steps 4-5 for the bow and voila! I haven’t done this step to my shirt yet, but i think i might later.

And there you have it! I love this DIY because it’s quite simple to do (seeing as there’s no sewing involved), and it ends up looking adorable! JUST BE CAREFUL WITH YOUR ROTARY CUTTER! I was lazy and didn’t want to cut up a cardboard box, so i just used 2 paper bags instead. I ended up cutting through the front of my shirt a little when i was cutting the slits in the back, and wasn’t a very happy camper. So don’t end up like me, put something STURDY underneath your shirt! Hope you guys have fun with this, and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask!

Also, if you decide to do this DIY, submit a picture once you’re done! I wan’t to see your versions :)

-Amanda

9:35 pm June 7, 2013 2:13 pm

youmeaneverythingtome:

That crazy moment where you realize HOLY FUCKING SHIT!

(Source: wicann)

2:12 pm