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Tutorial: DIY Cherry Print Vintage Gloves

Thursday, February 26, 2015


DIY vintage gloves cherry print pinup style gloves from The Vintage Post by Brittany of Va-Voom Vintage


This post was originally a guest post that I wrote for The Vintage Post, which doesn't exist anymore but I was able to find the full tutorial to share again here!


I was organizing my accessories the other day when I realized that I had more white gloves than I actually wear. I’m always on the hunt for unique colors and fun prints but I rarely find them in my size.
My local antique shops and thrift stores are full of plain white gloves and they’re very inexpensive so here’s a quick and adorable way to add a little something to your plain whites:
DIY Cherry print vintage gloves
Squeeze a little red paint into a dish and dip just the end of the eraser into the paint. I dabbed some of the excess paint onto the dish.
DIY Cherry print vintage gloves
Stamp two circles, next to each other. They can be overlapping or slightly diagonal from each other for a natural placement.
DIY Cherry print vintage gloves
Stamp all over the gloves, trying to space them out evenly. The finger area may be too small for a pair, so I stamped single cherries in this area.
DIY Cherry print vintage gloves
Using your fine paint brush, paint small green lines connecting the cherries to form the stems.
DIY Cherry print vintage gloves Allow to dry completely. I just stamped the front of my gloves but you could stamp both sides if you like!
DIY Cherry print vintage gloves Finish off by heat setting the gloves.
Lay a piece of paper over the gloves and set your iron for the highest setting allowed for your fabric and iron over the gloves. This step will ensure that your gloves can be washed without any problems.
DIY Cherry print vintage gloves
Enjoy your cute new accessories!
DIY Cherry print vintage gloves


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