10 Minute DIY Lace Denim Jeans Refashion Tutorial

Lisa Miller-Mecham
by Lisa Miller-Mecham

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We all love a pair of blue jeans- but that still doesn’t mean we can’t mix it up every once in awhile right? This ten minute jean refashion is quick and easy and makes a feminine statement. I love how the subtle lace detail adds dimension but can still be paired with almost anything.

These jeans used to be a basic pair of denim that weren’t getting much wear and now have a fresh new look and a bigger personality. I love wearing them with a chunky knit sweater for extra dimension.

Ready to see how I did it? This jean refashion is seriously so simple I almost feel silly creating a tutorial for it!

Lace Jean Refashion Supplies

How To Make This Lace Jean Refashion

  1. Lay your jeans out on a flat surface. I like to spread newspaper or a Jumbo Roll of Kraft Paper first so I don’t damage the surface where I’ll be dying my denim.
  2. Place a piece of your favorite lace over your jeans. Be sure there are no wrinkles so the stencil works best.
  3. Hold your Tulip ColorShot Instant Fabric Color about 6-8″ above your denim and begin spraying. Move your spray can horizontally across your jeans over the lace stencil to create a light coat.
  4. Gently remove the lace stencil.
  5. Place it just above your last print making sure there are no wrinkles in your denim.
  6. Spray again and repeat all the way up the leg of your jeans and down the other side. Wait 30 minutes to flip your jeans over and repeat steps 1-5 on the backside. Let your new jean refashion dry overnight before wearing.
  7. Wear. Love. Wash. Repeat.

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