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May 18, 2012

DIY // Galaxy Jeans


I don't want to enter in a "I liked galaxies before it was cool to like them" monologue, but I've always been obsessed with outer space! My brother and I used to visit the local library and borrow tons of books about galaxies, spaceships and planets. The obsession stuck and now, even my design portfolio is filled with space-inspired pieces. There is something so fascinating and mysterious about coloured clouds, planets and stars... Galaxy print clothes have gained phenomenal popularity over the last three years, but oddly enough, they never made it to the racks of affordable chain stores. This afternoon, I found a pair of old washed out black jeans I wore in high school and I decided to make my own non-pricey galaxy-inspired jeans! Want to know how to make your own pair of galaxy jeans? You're at the right place!

You'll need:
- A pair of black jeans. Scour thrift stores for some cheap ones you won't be afraid to destroy.
- A spray bottle filled with two parts bleach (javel) and one part cold water
- Some acrylic paints. I used Liquitex Heavy Body in Titanium White, Brilliant Blue, Medium Magenta and Pyrrole Red, but any brand will work.
- An old toothbrush
- A sponge
- Little containers/plates to mix the paint

WARNING: As you can see, the pictures show both sides of the jeans. However, I suggest you do only one side at the time (I did). There's no need to rush ;)

HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR DIY JEANS: As long as you are careful while washing them, the paint should not come off. I turn mine inside out and hand-wash them in cold water with a detergent made especially for delicate items, then I hang them up to dry. No problems so far ;) However, if you wear the jeans very often, you might have to paint some more stars after a few washes.

1. Start with a pair of clean black jeans. Protect your workspace with newspapers or plastic bags, then kiss your old jeans goodbye! Mwahaha


2. Spray bleach on the jeans. Be careful not to spray to much right away! Wait until orange spots start appearing (it takes a few seconds) and spray some more bleach if you want the spots to be more intense.


3. Mix your first colour and use to sponge to apply it around the orange spots. I first applied a shade of blueish purple, then I put some red, applying it around the orange spots to add more dimension. I also painted lighter areas with a light periwinkle shade. Blending the colours together will give your design a softer look, but don't forget to rinse the sponge once in a while.


4. Brighten certain areas by applying white paint.
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5. Now it's time to make some stars! Pour a tiny bit of water in a small container and add a blob of white paint. Dip the toothbrush in it and pull the bristles back with your fingers to create some white speckles. Try putting more speckles on the lighter areas. If the speckles disappear, add more paint to the mix.

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6. Make some last adjustments: lighten some areas by sponging more white paint or spraying more bleach. Add some more stars... This is what my final front design looked like:
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7. Once you're happy with the results, let it dry and repeat all the steps on the other side of the pants. Be especially careful around the butt area, since it does not lay flat. When you're done with both sides, take look at the seams. They might look pretty odd! A quick remedy? Spraying bleach along the seam and adding stars usually do the trick. Don't spray too much or you'll get odd-looking spots!


8. Enjoy wearing your new galactic pants! My new jeans got me a ton of compliments today. I always roll the hems of my jeans, so I did the same with those and the plain black hems looked very chic! I think I'll use some black fabric paint to hide the bleach spots, though... But that's an optional step!



Did you enjoy this tutorial? I hope so! If you give it a try, please send me some pictures of what you made :) Have a great weekend! xo

153 comments:

  1. WOW, these are insanely cool. You did a great job!

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    1. Thanks :) I'm so happy with the results!

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    2. for milky way fans :P awesome
      but what about this "Pic Nic Pants" http://www.zurmat.com/2012/04/08/pic-nic-pants/

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  2. I love these so much! I would love to try this too. Thanks for sharing!! xoxo!

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  3. ah beh voila si c'est un DIY c'est encore mieux !

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  4. these look so professional!
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    xxx

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  5. This is amazing !!!!! I need to do this to my old cutoff jeans shorts for this summer !
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  6. Thats sick, and I wouldn't mind doing it to a denim jacket too and grossing people out by wearing double denim ;)

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    1. Haha! Double galaxy denim for the win! :)

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  7. Not only are you insanely creative, but also an insanely amazing artist. These are incredible...more so a piece of art than a DIY project!!

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  8. they look amazing! i have a question: what do you think they'd look like on greyish jeans?

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    1. It could work, but I don't know which colour you'll obtain with the bleach. I'd do a spot test (just one little spray) on the inside of the back pockets to see how the bleach lightens the grey jeans. Are they light grey or closer to black?

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    2. I would assume they turn yellow.

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  9. this has got to be the coolest diy ever! the end result looks like it would cost an arm and a leg. a great idea, and perfectly executed!

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  10. You have impressed me and my diy-skeptic sister! I've admired galaxy tights from afar since I first laid eyes on them in December, and to be able to create them at home would rock my world. I am now officially on the lookout for a cheap pair of black jeans.

    So I'm wondering, how do they hold up to machine-washing and -drying, or do you hand-wash and hang them to dry?

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    1. Thank you so much :) I turn them inside out and hand-wash them in cold water with a detergent made especially for delicate items, then I hang them up to dry. I'm too paranoid to throw them in the washing machine :P

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  11. that's awesome. thanks for sharing that tutorial.

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  12. this doesn't work for jeggins so don't do it if you plan on doing it to jeggings. awful. they aren't ruined as i just kind of made them an art project but it was definitely a big waste of time.

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    1. I'm sorry to hear it didn't worked for you... My sister's friend tried it on leggings and it gave very good results. Were the jeggings black?

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    2. Yes. I painted the front of them and let them dry over night, and came back outside today and I guess the bleach must have seeped through the jeans themselves (I dumped bleach on them out of frustration)so the back of them are nice and, more or less, a pale white instead of orange. So I refract my above statement. It does work-- You just have to give it 24 hours in order for it to show up. Also, since I didn't wait for the front, in order to create the effect I just used orange paint with a sea sponge and dabbed it in certain areas that I chose fit. I also put some red around it to give it that certain look. These can still be salvaged, and I'm feeling more optimistic about them now. Didn't come out as great as yours but they are definitely.... Unique. Ha.

      Also, you washed them before you wore them, correct?

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    3. I put too much bleach on some areas and they turned white, too. Thankfully the white spots aren't visible when I'm wearing the jeans (since I roll up the hems)... I'm glad to hear you found a way to salvage yours. If you don't mind, I'd like to see a picture of your final result :)

      I did not wash my jeans before wearing them, since I was so impatient to show them off! However, if you have sensitive skin, I would recommend washing the jeans before wearing them. I turn mine inside out and hand-wash them in cold water with a detergent made especially for delicate items, then I hang them up to dry.

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  13. That's so cool and creative! :) definitely going to try this out.

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  14. They came out great!! I'm sure I would completely fail at this! haha!!

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  15. Awesome!! It would look great on a top as well :)

    xoxoxo

    Marga

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  16. LOVVEEEEE <3 THEY LOOK GREAT!!

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  17. love love love this idea! thank you for posting such a great tutorial. (will attempt & email you if it works out haha) I'm slightly obsessed with the universe, and like you - stems from childhood visiting the observatory not some current popular culture fascination. Hope you are having a beautiful day! xoxox

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  18. very creative. good job!

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  19. These jeans are very awesome!!! Given me some great ideas - thank you!!! www.fashioninthisplace.com

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  20. Awesome and great job!
    I was wondering, how is the 'washing process' for these jeans? Did they bleed or fade?

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    1. I turned them inside out and hand-washed them in cold water with a detergent made especially for delicate items, then I hung them up to dry. Everything went fine :)

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  21. These jeans are amazing! Definitely going to do this DIY on the weekend. I might try waxing them afterwards (with Otter Wax) to waterproof the design because it's just too precious :P
    Where did you get such lovely shoes by the way? <3

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    1. Thanks! I never thought of waxing them, but that sounds like a good idea! I hope you'll send me a picture of the jeans when you're done :)

      Oh, and the shoes are from H&M <3

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  22. I can't believe how pretty they look.. definitely worth a try!
    Thank you for the tutorial, I linked it in a series I'm writing for my blog (http://rock-n-roll-stops-the-traffic.blogspot.it/2012/06/diy-from-head-to-toe-11.html#more), hope you don’t mind :)

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  23. i tried this today on a dark black pair and a faded black pair, it turned out so cool! thanks for posting this, i love it!

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  24. i tried and failed
    ugh just ruined a pair of great jeans :(

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  25. Love this! I don't think I'm brave enough to try this on my own but I love the idea!!

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  26. http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.241412485974960.52692.100003186309257&type=3
    Me and my friend tried it out (:

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  27. Hello, I'm brazilian and loves your blog and this tutorial. I did a short galaxy inspired by your tutorial and translated and posted on my blog for my readers Brazilian.
    Thanks, xx.

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    1. That's awesome! Thanks for sharing it with your readers! :)

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  28. You have inspired me to do this- it beats buying them, and the results seem more rewarding! Thank you for this!

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  29. Thank you so much! I did this with your tutorial: http://leavinglittletreats.blogspot.nl/2012/06/galaxy-sweater.html

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  30. I'm excited to do this myself because they are absolutely fascinatingly awesome! but did you ass water to your bleach or was it just pure bleach? does chlorox work?

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    1. Thank you! I used one part water, two parts bleach. I used some store brand, but I think Chlorox would work, too :)

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  31. oups j'avais ce projet dans ma liste de tutos vidéo à réaliser hihihi t'as été plus vite que moi et le résultat est super :)

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    1. Hihi merci :) j'espère que tu vas l'essayer!

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  32. You can also get really interesting colouration and marks if you rub the bleached jeans against rust. I did it with my old wheelbarrow behind my shed, then washed the excess rust off and continued painting. created all sorts of oranges and reds.

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    1. This is a very creative and interesting idea! Does it hold up well when you wash the jeans?

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  33. I just used your tutorial to make a galaxy dress! Great instructions. I ended up using a different brand of paint bc the one you named was super expensive at Michael's (they had a different brand on sale, 3 for $9).

    Here's a link to my result! http://tarnishedtype.tumblr.com/post/27068609281/diy-galaxy-dress-inspired-by-the-sun-was-high

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    1. Ohhh it looks great! I'm glad you liked the tutorial :)

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  34. What kind of bleach did you use! The orange isn't showing up! :/

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    1. Any regular bleach will do, but you can paint some orange spots if it doesn't show up.

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  35. These are so bomb. great job girl.

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  36. This is great! but will it all come off after washing it a few times?

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    1. It shouldn't! I'm not sure if you're using fabric or acrylic paint, but acrylic paint is plastic-based, so it will not wash out of clothing. Which means you need to be especially careful with everything around you!

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    2. Hi! As long as you are careful while washing them, it should not come off. I turn mine inside out and hand-wash them in cold water with a detergent made especially for delicate items, then I hang them up to dry. No problems so far ;)

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  37. Hey! They look amazing, I absolutely love them. Just one thing. In your pictures, the jeans look like they're not black, they look like very dark blue. So...will the bleach turn orange on dark blue?

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    1. I don't know about dark blue. My jeans were an old pair of faded black denim pants. Due to my usual colour adjustments and to different computer screens, they might look more or less blueish on the pictures, but they were really a black pair of jeans. I *think* it would work on very dark blue jeans, but I won't risk giving false advice... ;)

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    2. I just did this to a navy blue dress I have (pics tomorrow) and it turns navy blue a very lovely shade of pink

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  38. wow this is just amazing !!!! I love it
    Kell

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  39. Yours came out quite awesome! I tried it on a pleated skirt and it came out pretty wonky. You can check it out here:
    http://wakeetosleep.blogspot.com/2012/08/diy-failure.html

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  40. Beautiful tutorial! Great work on the jeans. c:
    This is the best explanation of the painting process I've seen. Thank you for putting the time and effort into it.
    I've featured your DYI here: http://showmehowtodostuff.tumblr.com/post/29302346756/galactic-clothing-i-absolutely-love-the-look-of

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  41. if i paid you could you make me some. these are so awesome!!

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  42. so amazing!!
    I am posting a collection of galaxy DIY projects and I am will be sure to add yours to the list!!
    Awesome job !
    The post will go up on Friday @2pm (blogger time) Hope you love it. :)

    Dom.

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  43. I'm trying this technique on a medium blue denim dress right now and it looks great so far! I'll send along a picture when I'm done. I chose to let the bleach sit for longer so I got white patches, and once that was done, I washed and dried the dress to get the extra bleach out. Then I dampened the entire dress and used a sea sponge to apply Jacquard Dy-na-flow fabric paint (which is really thin and watery) in purple and brown, and I'm so excited to watch it dry. :D Then, I have a thicker white fabric paint to splatterpaint the stars with. I hope this goes well! Thank you for the tips!

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  44. By the way, you should probably mention somewhere that the bleach trick will work best on natural materials like jeans that are mostly cotton. AND it takes a few hours for the bleach to start showing, and then it will keep getting brighter and brighter as you let it sit, so start with only a little and BE PATIENT to see what happens! These are probably part of the reason why people aren't getting good results with the bleaching part. :)

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  45. Has anyone tried this on pale blue sweetheart fit jeans? I'm curious to try it! And is there special clothing bleach, or just like Clorox?

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  46. I want to do this! And then sew a Star Trek starship patch on them. Would this work on blue jeans dyed black?

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  47. Wow, this is truly great:D do you think this would work with a big sweater? I have one. It's like really big and thick. I would love to do this project in it to spice it up.

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  48. Oh my goodness, I'm going to have to try this with some jeans this weekend, might also try it with a sweater if it works, that'd be the coolest thing ever :) Thank you for the tutorial!

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  49. Is there any specific way to wash or dry these jeans?

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  50. Does it have to be Javel Bleach?

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  51. Wow! I absolutely loved this! I tried it out and I cannot WAIT to wear them!
    The bleach didn't quite work out for me, despite having bought black jeans, but orange paint worked just as well :)
    Also, if you turn the jeans inside out and wash on a delicate cycle they're fine in the washing machine! ^^~
    https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/423078_10151287471100944_1172663651_n.jpg Here are my jeans :)

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  52. I'm so trying these for New Years..I'll look so cosmic!

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  53. I'm so trying these for New Years..I'll look so cosmic!

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  54. Omygoshh :o i so like this, maybee i gonna trie this on ashort skirt :o

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  55. That's just wonderful! I'm fan! :) Thx!

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  56. If you usd acrilpaint than it coms of in the washingmachine or not?

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  57. If you usd acrilpaint than it coms of in the washingmachine or not?

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  58. Thank you so much for this tutorial! My old denim jacket needs this so bad!

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  59. Galaxy Jeans Yes!!!!! For the Win!!! Nice job btw, ive seen leggings like this but i cant wear leggings (guy) soooo i came to you! Thanks a bunch :]

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  60. ive seen hundreds of these tutorials on the internet but yours is the best! thanks so much :)

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  61. Very nice! Is it possible to do this, but then with bright coloured jeans such as blue/lila? :)

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  62. My colors didn't turn out as vibrant because I did this on a whim and had to mix my paints with what I had, but I'm definitely going to get some proper paints and do it again! LOVED the turn out and have received SO many compliments. I'm thinking about doing this process with some leggings, a hoodie, maybe a t-shirt, or even some bed sheets! Thanks for the instruction!

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  63. Would this also work on leggings?

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  64. I usually do not leave a lot of responses, however after reading through some of
    the remarks on this page "DIY // Galaxy Jeans". I do have a couple
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  65. I really liked these! I wanted to do my own but I didn't want it to have orange. I used white paint instead of bleach. And I used glitter-paint for the stars. It ended up really cool. And they look slightly different from yours but still I like mine. I want to try a pair using bleach too so I can have a pair that look kind of fiery or sun-like. I was wondering if I should wash them handwash inside out or what since I didn't use bleach.

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    1. I advice you wash your jeans inside out because of the paint ;) If you only used bleach, you could wash them any way you want.

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  66. hey , i just wanted to know if you washed out the bleach after the first step.. ?
    Ps : i <3 how it turned out (:

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    1. Thanks! :) I did not wash out the bleach after the first step, but I think it would be smart to do so! ;)

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  67. hello! i was wondering if this method would work on a black denim shirt?

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  68. This is so awesome! Yours turned out so fabulously.

    xoxo,

    Jules of Canines & Couture
    www.caninesandcouture.com

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  69. Hello c:
    Comme tu sembles parler français aussi en fonction de certains de tes commentaires, j'en profiterai, hahaha
    En fait je viens tout juste d'essayer, et le résultat était vraiment nice alors que je venais de terminer l'étape de la peinture et que je les laissais sécher pour quelques heures. Mais le rinçage, lui, a effacé une grande partie de la couleur, en plus de ne pas donner plus de taches bleachées que ça. Les étoiles, elles, par contre, ont très bien tenues.
    Enfin bref, je les laisse sécher complètement avant de faire quelque retouche que ce soit, et ne les rincerai pas avant au moins une bonne journée complète de séchage par la suite, je suppose. Faut dire que le jean était encore un peu mouillé par le bleach quand je l'ai rincé, donc les couleurs ont peut-être coulées à cause de ça.

    Combien de temps avais-tu laissé sécher ta paire de jeans ?

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  71. Hi! are we supposed to wash the jeans to remove the bleach from the jeans and stop the chemical process?

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  72. Wow, that is the best galaxy jeans i've ever seen! Can you please tell me what products you used?? Thanks
    ;)

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  73. Can these be washed?

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  74. I know this has absolutely nothing to do with the jeans (which are awesome by the way) but where did you get your shoes?! I have been looking to the perfect closed toed wedges and i am obsessed with yours! please let me know!

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  75. Lovely post and blog!! I'm following you on bloglovin!

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  76. Hi,

    I come across your blog searching out from to the Stumble Upon website. This is so awesome! Yours turned out so fabulously.

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  78. do you think they will look nice as guys pants ?

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  79. Thank you for awesomely easy instructions and materials. I made some galaxy jeans (http://pinterest.com/pin/71705819039847714/) to match my galaxy nails (http://nailsactually.blogspot.com/2012/08/milky-way-galaxy-nails-week-33-of-year.html) :)

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  80. Wow! It should be quite a simple method but really amazing!

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  81. I love it! And your shoes are pretty too. :)

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  82. they look awesome but honestly I'll just buy mine :D

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  83. Mine blown right now! This is so cool!!

    Thanks so much for sharing dear! xhttp://chictrends.co.uk/

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  84. Great Idea I Love it.... Perfect T-shirt..Here is an interesting example of how to re-new and make them your favourite...http://www.kocevfashion.com/make-your-old-t-shirt-to-look-like-new/

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  85. I just did a pair and they came out awesome!!

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  86. Does it have to a denim material, or do you think cotton black pants would work the same?

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  87. Does it have to a denim material, or do you think cotton black pants would work the same?

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  88. Quite New and Innovative idea. You can give new look to your designs as and when you nee.

    Best Regards
    Paromita
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  89. I love the black wedges you wear in these pics. Nice diy tutorial as well :)

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  91. Wow!So cool!I love the design and try it to my underwear!!
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  92. you have elect multiple colors to their Jean pent i really love your style

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  93. this really helped. out of all the websites ive been looking at for atleast an hour your tutorial was by far the best

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  94. Hello! I just started this diy and the bleach has shown no affect so far. How long should I wait for the bleach to take affect? Your tutorial said a couple seconds but some comments say hours or a whole day.. so far the results are a little bit of brightening to a light blue.

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  95. its just awesome one i love the way u make jeans colourful

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  96. Lovely! So that you know, i found you via stumble and have just pinned the very first picture in this post into my Pinterest board, hopefully others also will like it and find you.

    Dolboutique
    www.dolsboutique.co.uk

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  97. It looks so easy to do! Thanks for the tutorial. :) :) :)

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  98. this is great! Can't wait to try it...Thanks for being so creative and to share it with us...and to make me discover new resources.
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  99. Amei a Customização vou me inspirar! :)
    bjs e obrigada!

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  100. Amei a Customização vou me inspirar! :)
    bjs e obrigada!

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  101. Amei a Customização vou me inspirar! :)
    bjs e obrigada!

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  102. These came out really good! Great DIY, the colors you choose worked perfectly.

    Lynnette
    Style Maeve

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  103. I did this to my navy blue cheap ass shoes! Worked perfectly (even though I got some bleach spots but I kinda like them on there. http://24.media.tumblr.com/a28aa9ecb97f25815e52e49f2b9ff733/tumblr_mw3z6lAizr1ruy3hgo4_500.jpg

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  104. This is such a great idea! You're so creative :)
    The result turn out really well!

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  105. That is so cool! I wish I had the courage to try it!

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  106. These are pretty fantastic! I will have to attempt it! great post.

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  107. Can you seal the paint onto the jeans so that they can be washed properly without it coming off? I tried this today on some jeggings and it turned out great- I'm just need a way to seal them so the paint doesn't transfer onto furniture or come off. Some kind of sealant or using heat? Thank you, I love the DIY ��

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  108. Wow your pants look awesome. They are quite unique yet very wearable. Great job! Now off I go to find a pair of black pants ;)

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  109. this is a wonderful technique..... I LOVE IT

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  110. Really impressive gonna try it out right now.. lovely.
    lots of love :)

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  111. OMG such a good idea, I really have to try this ! Thank you for the tips :)

    Anne Jennifer
    http://www.annejenniferc.fr

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  112. nice .. great idea. thank you for this great information.

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  113. Great tutorial! They look so much like Christopher Kane!

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  114. Looks like a lot of work, but totally worth the outcome! I love them, you did a great job.

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  115. I just love it, and thank you so much for it, it's so helpful

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  116. you just gave me some cool ideas! Cheers!

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