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Let's get Creative: How to design and print your own dress for you or your children

BY READERS DIGEST

19th Dec 2019 Fashion & Beauty

Let's get Creative: How to design and print your own dress for you or your children

Wouldnt it be fun to draw a design and then be able to wear it on your dress! Do you dream of being a star? If that dream did not come true so far, it is very easy to attract attention with a dress, made by you!

If you think this is difficult, just have a look at some of our suggestions and you will see that it is not difficult at all!

How to draw your dress? There is a template that you can download from dress-to-impress.com according to your size. Then you draw whatever you want - it can be even а simple drawing of blending colours.

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Then you take a photo of your drawing and send it to the company. They print it with sublimation, sew it and send the dress to you. The dresses are available in sizes from 3 years old to XL. You can draw a dress for your mum as well!

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Sublimation is the most environmentally friendly and sustainable method of garment printing, so you are also doing your bit for the planet!

And you will have a unique dress that no one else has, made by YOU!

Order your dress now and get a 10% discount with the code d2019 at dress-to-impress.com

The project is started in the beginning of 2017 by mother and daughter - Silvia and Monika. They love to travel and their favourite theme is to draw city views and then visit the city they drew and take a photo wearing the dress there. They created such dresses and visited Barcelona, Torino, Munich, Plovdiv and other cities in Europe.

Love to draw? Grab your pencils now and send us your drawing!

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