DIY Gold Spiked Cap



WHAT YOU NEED:
  • black cap
  • spikes
  • studs (if you want)
  • needle & thread (black)
  • scissor (to cut your wrist,JOKE!,the thread /:)

































      Inspired by my favorite fashion bloggers,I always wanted to have my own spiked/studded cap. Not that it only adds more edge to anybody's outfit but also, it is very versatile! One can almost think of thousands of ideas to add spice in their outfit just by having a gold spiked cap.
     Considering the fact that you can't always have what you want, well why not make what you want? As spiked caps online and all over the malls are very expensive, a DIY project is my solution. Here's how I made my own gold spiked cap.

STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE
  1. Before anything else make sure you have everything you need. (See list above) Some materials may vary according to your preference. e.g you can use a fabric glue to attach the spikes if you're not comfortable in using thread and needle. If you're going to use a thread and a needle to attach the spikes, make sure the spikes you have have holes in it.
  2. Pattern your spikes and studs on the spaces you want them to go. Make sure they're evenly distributed and evenly spaced. You can have them close together or far from each other. It's all up to you beauties! Here you are free to use your creativity ;)
  3. After you decide where you want to place your spikes and studs, attach the spikes using a thread and a needle. Add the studs for more edge! Try to see if your studs have nailheads with it to attach it. If not, you can use a fabric glue then using a toothpick.
  4. Repeat adding your desired spikes and studs until you're happy with the outcome.
  5. Viola! you may now wear your gold studded cap! :)) Wear it with style and a smile!
Here's what mine looked like:
Note: It didn't have studs 'cause I always fail to visit any fashion stores lol



motto for the day: I BELIEVE IN SELFIES :D lol
 



 

 




I hope this post will somehow help you if you ever want to make your own spiked cap.
thank you for reading!
love lots,
Tin

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39 comments:

  1. Awesome post! Thanks for this. Ang tagal ko na gustong bilhin ung spiked cap a ATC kaso 800php lol. At least now I can try my hand at making my own! Yours turned out great.

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  2. Thank you for sharing this! Now, there's no excuse why i can't own such cap like this :)

    sarahrizaga.blogspot.com

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  4. This is awesome -- thank you for sharing! I love DIY. :D

    love,
    a

    www.missdecaf.blogspot.com

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  5. i love the photos! and your outfit looks amazing :)

    xx
    emi-rii.blogspot.com

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  6. I just find your blog, I love it. And cool post! ^-^

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  7. beautiful!!!!!!1 so creative la u!!! gig

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  8. Your hat came out really good! Thank you for the DIY, I will have to try this out. GIG

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  9. such a great DIY idea. i do have some spare studs with me. i wonder why this idea dint strike me before. thanks for sharing

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  10. I really like doing these on shirt collars and flats :)

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  11. Great DIY! I wanted to add studs to my demin jacket this summer but didn't get around to it. Studding is a great way to alter your clothes!

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  12. What a fun and funky look! Looks really easy. Thanks for the tips! GIGLOVE

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  13. oh what a fun look, great DIY idea, you look lovely! I’m really quite bad for DIY hehehehe but i like the funky feel of this, may give a go! big hugs <3

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  14. That looks awesome! I love those spikes.. I like how these spikes can make an outfit look so edgy!!
    <3 giglove

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  15. Great job! I'm not that great at sewing so I might use glue instead! :)

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  16. I'm not good at sewing anything.. hihi! you got a great idea here :) I love studs! its so rock n roll for me

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  17. I'm not good at sewing either but I'd like to try for this. Great tutorial! :)

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  18. I'm not a fan of these spiked jewelry or outfits or shoes but for the girls who are crazy for spikes this post is much of a help for them ...

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  19. Isn't it so empowering to be able to make what you want when you don't want to pay and arm and a leg for it? That's part of the reason I make my own skincare products! Your cap looks great!
    GIG

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  20. awesome! love simple DIY's like this, I think I might actually give it a try, but for my shoes!

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  21. I guess you had fun creating your cap. It looks great on you and perfect for your style. Well done!!!
    xxx
    mari gig love

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  22. Cute idea, your hat came out great! I made a diy spiked iphone case a year ago that I loved :) Nice tutorial!!

    GIGlove!

    xoxo- Francy from http://www.fancy-francy.com

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  23. awesome post.love the outcome
    the hat is beautiful
    wanna follow each other via gfc and bloglovin
    kisses

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  24. What a cool DIY! The hat came out looking so chic. You look so pretty in it :)

    Just found your blog and I'm glad I did. I'm now following you through GFC, Bloglovin, and Lookbook.

    xo Azu

    www.raven-locks.blogspot.com

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  25. Love this diy!!! The cap turned out great...and I adore the fact that it is not fully filled with spikes :)



    giglove!

    novelstyle.blogspot.com

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  26. The spiked cap looks really great! Thank you for sharing the tutorial. :)

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  27. Killer cap! I love studs & spikes, this is an awesome project to try! <3 GIGLove

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  28. Wow. i like this DIY!! But I couldn;t find where should I get those spikes from.

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  29. woots love it! Always wanted to DIY my shoes with studs but dont know where to get it :(

    gig x

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  30. Spikes are really cool, it adds edginess to everything. I'm not your biggest fan but I can't deny that this looks awesome.

    Donah x
    GiG

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  31. I hope the spikes trend doesn't go away because I really do like it! You did an amazing job, it looks totally fab xx

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  32. great tutorial! this looks amazing
    gig

    yukluistyle

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  33. what a great way to spike things up!hehe

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  34. Finished product looks great.
    Love the idea... such a great transformation

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  35. LOVE Anything studded these days :) So chic!

    Hope we can follow each other! Let me know if you follow me and I'll follow back for sure xx
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  36. Love that spiked hat!

    I'm inviting you to join the Christmas giveaway I'm hosting with other bloggers http://urhappybunnie.blogspot.com/2013/12/christmas-bloggers-giveaway.html

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  37. Cool DIY Tin!

    http://steph-g.blogspot.com/

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  38. Thank you for posting this DIY tutorial. I've been wanting to make my own spiked cap but idk where to start!

    :)

    joiesh.blogspot.com

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