I have been wanting new business cards for a while now but was a mulling over how and where I wanted to get them from for so long. I finally made up my mind and ordered these from Moo. I have chosen six vintage pictures of women that I consider style icons and on the reverse are my details on a pink background. They are very sturdy and look amazing in person. I love the rounded corners! what do you think?
*Women: (clockwise: top left) Brigitte Bardot, Anna Karina, Brigitte Bardot, Liz Taylor as Cleopatra, Maria Felix, and Jane Birkin.
So for “Women’s Day” Amanda and I got together and decided to make these awesome idol t-shirts from left over transfer paper. We decided it would be a good way to revamp the old hanes v-neck that we love to sport in California!
We decided that we would choose inspirational women to put on our shirts. I chose Anna Karina because I had to many to choose from and ultimately I thought this picture would look cool on the t-shirt. Amanda chose Mexican film diva Maria Felix for her strength, power and because she was such a femme fatale. Anyway I just want to go make like 50 more but I realize I would get bored of wearing these everyday.
Step1) buy transfer paper, I bought this one on ebay (yes my favorite) for 3 pounds.
Step 2) pick out an a cool stylish person thats typically not depicted on t-shirts. print the image on the paper.
Step 3)put a towel on a desk or table and put the image on the shirt facing the shirt (make shirt you don’t put it upside down) Iron it for about two minutes.
Step 4) Peel off and Taadaaaah!!!
***Amanda’s T-shirt to come this weekend!!! check it out
Natalia + Amanda
I always hairstyles are cool but when it comes to actually cutting my hair i’m a wimp. Anyway I had been wanting a “fringe” as the english say (i actually prefer it to our american “bangs”) for quite a while but I never quite did it until today! I got a free haircut from Saks academy in London and I think they did quite a good job. What do you think?
My Inspiration Anna Karina
me and my montblanc!