So my last DIY Roundup has now officially closed, and without further ado I’d like to share with you the projects that got the most clicks.

I had a great time visiting all your blogs and checking out your pieces.  You’re all so creative!  Here are the top 3 projects:

From She sells sea shells, this tutorial uses FIMO clay and powder pigment to simulate the look of the House of Harlow enamel necklace that’s been such a covetable piece for a couple seasons now.  I’m amazed at how incredibly similar her results look and her creative her problem-solving was!  Fantastic Job!

(actually a DIY Ann Taylor LOFT Ruffle Cardigan)

SewPetiteGal updated a cardigan by sewing rows of ruffles down the front, just like a piece she spied from Ann Taylor LOFT.  Her finished piece is so well-done and such a match for the original it’s uncanny!  Elegant and chic.

(actually a Sweater to Sequined Sweater Upcycle)

Angela from Unique Meets Chic took a piece of sequined fabric and sewed it under the front of a see-through sweater, creating a layered Balmain-style piece in the process.  I love how it just shows a hint of beautiful sequins showing through!  And this is a great way to turn a boring old sweater into a more glamorous piece for evening.

Thank you so much for sharing, and please enter any other projects you have in my next DIY roundup!

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