DIY Beaded Jeans

Are you sick of wearing the same old, boring, jeans? Me too!

If you are wanting to create a colourful and easy DIY look then keep reading!

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I thought I’d go for my ‘baggy’ jeans as I feel they are easy to work with and also great for casual or dressy outfits.

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I started by looking to see what materials and accessories I had lying around.

I found some beads and ribbon that I had bought from my favourite shop, Flying Tiger, this shop is full of creative items and also not expensive. I will link this shop at the bottom of the page.

I then had a look at the jeans and decided where I would like to create an easy but creative statement.

I began to sew beads to the rim of the pocket in no particular order or colour, I just wanted it to look random and not structured. This does take some patience if you are not the best at sewing, like me!

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Make sure you get the beads on tight so that they don’t fall off, especially when being washed.

Once I had finished the pockets I decided I wanted another statement.

I cut a short piece of ribbon and slid on some beads. I then sewed this item onto the rip of the jeans at the knee.

I feel this added some more colour to the jeans and made them very unique and fun.

This is a simple DIY idea – which doesn’t take long.

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It’s a great money saver and a way to make your clothes unique. 🌸

Watch my demonstration video below for some extra guidance on how to create your own beaded jeans!

 

Flying Tiger online shop – https://uk.flyingtiger.com

Visit my pictures – full of my personal pictures I took that inspire me to be creative.

 

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Nikki Roberts

🌸I'm a 20yr old, media student from Scotland, who enjoys adding DIY ideas to peoples lives.🌸

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