FunkKit @ The Pineneedle Collective Blog


We recently found The Pineneedle Collective, a really cute blog written by an Australian girl named Annika. The blog features cool Do-It-Yourself projects and creative clothing ideasFunkkit Stickers for Sneakers & The Pineneedle CollectiveFunkkit Stickers for Sneakers & The Pineneedle Collective that make us want to run to our closets to try them out for ourselves. Annika recently created a new project with FunkKit’s Stickers for Sneakers, but decided to use the stickers on brogue shoes rather than sneakers. It’s a great use of FunkKit stickers for those of you who don’t wear sneakers very often.

Annika wrote a post about the project, which includes easy animated instructions and ideas for alternative ways touse the stickers. Check it out here:
FunkKit @ The Pineneedle Collective Blog.

She also wasn’t the only one excited about these FunkKit custom oxford shoes, Craftzine, the biggest crafting and DIY online magazine, featured our DIY collaboration on their website!
How-To: Custom Oxfords with Sneaker Stickers

We definitely recommend reading through the other Pine Needle Collective posts as well- the blog is a great resource for anyone who wants to save money, easily make their own clothes, and stay on top of new fashion trends. Annika has a terrific sense of style and lots of creative ideas for how to wear and revamp clothes. She’s also going to feature some more FunkKit projects on the blog, so keep checking back to see what else she has up her sleeve!

Funkkit Stickers for Sneakers & The Pineneedle Collective

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One Response to FunkKit @ The Pineneedle Collective Blog

  1. chloe says:

    These turned out great!
    I just stumbled upon your site and I am amazed!
    Shoe stickers is such a clever idea!

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