DIY Crochet Sunglasses or CROSHADES Free Pattern from Squirrel Picnic. I hate to sound preachy but if you like a pattern copy it when you see it. First seen at Pops de Milk here. Left Bottom Photo: DIY by Pops de Milk. All Other Photos: Squirrel Picnic. And as Jennifer Olivarez of Squirrel Picnic writes:
I think it goes without saying that you shouldn’t wear these while driving, operating heavy machinery, or well, moving about in any way. They’re really just for decorating your favorite inanimate objects.
Now these are sunglasses! These must be DIYable for summer with the right materials. I keep posting really good DIYs using cheap and lightweight materials from the scrapbooking section and can see finding these moons and stars there.
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DIY Anna-Karin Karlsson Knockoff Sunglasses Tutorial from inspiration and realisation here. Donatella uses a polymer clay mold for the rosettes. As always, what touches polymer clay can never touch food again so use knives etc… that will be dedicated to polymer clay. Top Photo (lightened to show you the rosette details): $856 Anna-Karin Karlsson Cause I Flippin Can Sunglasses here, Bottom Photo: Real Deal and DIY by inspiration & realisation.
DIY Eyewear Necklace Chains from inspiration & realisation. I wear sunglasses all the time outside - summer or winter - and would love any of these necklace chains.