The thing about scarves that I love is that they can instantly spice up an outfit. If you think that you should give up on them since the cold season is over, you’re so wrong. There is an abundance of incredibly beautiful, breezy and light scarves for spring and summer you can totally get for yourself. Either you love bright and bizarre prints or more likely pastel and calm, there’s something for everyone in the market. However, even if you haven’t found anything that catches your eye and captures your heart, you can always make something yourself.One of the comfiest versions of this accessory is a circle scarf, because with it you don’t have to wreck your head, looking for a way to tie it – just loop and go.
Today’s tutorial suggest you a cute way of jazzing it up with a brush stroke print. Here’s what you need to get to begin: soft fabric paint in color of your choice, several large paint brushes, cotton circle scarf in a solid color, several small dishes for water and paint, water and scrap cardboard or wax paper. Basically, all you need to do is to prepare you work surface, dilute the paint and gently make some brushstrokes the way you like. You can read more proper instructions at theeffortlesschic.com and have fun!