Remix'd: Denim Jacket

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denim jacket diy {who is that girl mo?}
My son outgrew one of his denim jackets so of course I took it and made it more fun. I applied a printed sheet to the back panel and on the front of the pockets. I thrifted the sheet but you can use anything you want such as a graphic tee.
Supplies:
jacket
fabric
stitch witchery
scissors
iron
denim jacket diy {who is that girl mo?}

  • Cut the sheet the size of the area where you want it placed leaving a half inch allowance.
  • Iron the allowance flat.
  • Apply the stitch witchery between the cut piece and the jacket panel.
  • Press down with the iron according to the instructions.

denim jacket diy {who is that girl mo?}

denim jacket diy {who is that girl mo?}

denim jacket diy {who is that girl mo?}

denim jacket diy {who is that girl mo?}
What would you add to the back of your denim jacket?
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Outfit Details:
 jeans Sway | tee Target | sneakers Report



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32 comments

  1. It looks great with the extra detail on the back! I also really like this whole look. Those pants and shoes are pretty awesome =)

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  2. So cute, and you so creative!! I'm looking for a slip on sneaker similar to those for my upcoming trip, so thanks for sharing where you got it :).

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  3. The colorful print is a fun little surprise on the back!

    -Sharon
    The Tiny Heart

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  4. Fun refashion, love the bright fabric on the back.
    http://xoxograndma.blogspot.com/

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  5. Love this DIY and you just gave me some Inspiration to work on my vests. Thanks a Bunch!

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  6. Super cute! I'd add Ankara print 😀...I like your sneakers.

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  7. I know I'm going to have to cave soon on a pair of leopard sneakers...aaarghhhh! And seriously, that was your son's jacket?! Impressive work yet again!!

    Gina
    On the Daily Express

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  8. Girl you are so creative! I wish that I could sew! You always do a fab job!
    *Besos*

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  9. Oh gosh this is so good and creative. I bet your son wants it back now, lol!! Great work gal! :-)


    missymayification.blogspot.co.uk

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  10. I did this with a denim jacket of mine, but it didn't turn out nearly as nice as yours!

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  11. Oh. Well you can always try again until it comes out how you like it. :-)

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  12. Ankara print is a great idea! :-) Thank you.

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  13. You picked some great colors in that fabric! It makes me happy.

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  14. You have some skills girl. love the entire look. I wish they had a size 11 in those shoes. Sniff Sniff !

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  15. I love raiding my son's closet too and you did a great job on this jacket. I would also use an ethnic print.

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  16. I would add animal print and get some kicks like yours to match, cute jacket!
    http://www.robincharmagne.com/blog

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  17. I love this!! I wish I was as talented as you MO! One day I am going to try out your DIY project and show you how I roll!! LOL! Love the look!!


    www.iwouldsorockthis.com

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  18. Loving that fabric and those pants! I'm still having a hard time trying to find color pants that fit well, but I'm still on the hunt!

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  19. Leopard print on the back would be NICE! :-) Thanks.

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  20. Thanks and I'm going to hold you to that. :-)

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  21. Thank you! I bought these a few years ago when I randomly walked into a clothing boutique. And they were on the sale rack. :-)

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  22. Your creativity never ceases to amaze me!

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I really appreciate your comments!

Mo