The series stars teen actress AnnaSophia Robb as the teen version of the iconic Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City!
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Every week we're treated to crazy, juicy fashion, DIY ideas, pop songs and kooky-yet-self reflective Carrie-esque plot lines. The show is based on the novel by Candace Bushnell, so it has a lot of the same zingy spirit that made SATC so fun to watch.
In the first episode, Carrie's beloved purse was ruined by her sister and a rogue bottle of nail polish. But in true Carrie Bradshaw style, our girl transforms it into a splattered, personalized bag that serves as a central plot line in the story - it catches the eye of an editor from Interview Magazine and Carrie is drawn into the world of writing and fashion.
YouTube, you'll see all kinds of videos from the show's fans who have made their own bag.
Not only that, but scores of other DIY projects are popping up from other crafty fashionistas. Let's circle this back around to my project this week. On Monday's episode, Carrie wore an adorable lip-smacked sweater.
If you want the look of the sweater, you can use a fabric stamp or cut a stencil. I wanted something fun for Valentine's Day for Maya, so here is what I came up with!
Tulip® Fashion Glitter™ Shimmer Transfer Sheets: Hot pink, light pink and purple.
Fold in half and cut lips.