DIY Hand Painted Patch Denim Jacket
Anything Patched up and Denim would take everyone back into the 80s and 90s. The 20th century trends are all coming back and this is one that has caught everyone’s attention. With its ability to express art and make any fashionista feel trendy, it has become a staple wardrobe piece. The fun and quirky patches to match anyone’s personality, the simple yet intricate hand painted motifs and the simple pins that make every DIY Patched up Denim jacket an eye catching piece, this denim jacket has become a must have; in this way the patched up denim jacket becomes a fashion statement while being extremely easy on you’re pocket.
There is a whole range of patch denim available in the market, but somehow there is at least one patch in that you don’t like. So why not DIY denim jacket with patches you like. I always collect patches, pins wherever I go (generally in fashion brands like H&M, Zara). I also made personalized patch pouches in neon shades a few days ago.
Upgrading you’re denim jacket gives it a new look and something new for you to wear without spending more money. When you are making your own jacket you can dare to add all the above elements according to your taste. Some people like it subtle and some like to go all out.
Make these DIY patch denim jacket for your kids with astronauts, superheroes, cartoon characters and they will simply adore it.
I will be sharing a few versions of DIY Patch denim jacket ideas. Look for the below –
- Hand painted Patch denim jacket
- Patch denim jacket with pins
- Patch denim jacket for kids
What we need:
- Denim jacket
- Black marker
- Acrylic paints
I was making this for my niece who is a teenager. She is all about Unicorns and rainbows, so exactly those motifs I have opted for her jacket. First I gave it an outline with a black marker and then coloured inside the colours I wanted. Be sure of the motif and colours you want. This painting is fairly simple, be careful not to go outside the black outline. Remark the outline once you finish painting.
And I added the unicorn to the back of the Denim jacket. Trace it if you find it difficult to hand draw it.
That is how pretty the Unicorn looks!! I added a few stars too. No need to complete the stars outline so the colour fill can be seen.
A bit of patches never did any harm.
What we need-
- Iron on patches
- Metal pins as per you’re choice
- Fabric glue
- Denim jacket
This is for my 16 year old niece who is extremely picky about what she likes. I have used an oversize denim jacket for her and the patches also reflect her personality. She is a minimalist so I haven’t used a whole lot of patches.
First, do a bit of placement. Decide where you want to put what.
Once you know the placements, iron the patches. Stick it with fabric glue for more sturdiness. Best you can sew them for perfect results.
I like my pins altogether.
This one is for me and I like it a bit loud.
Also, I created one for AJ with superheroes, astronauts, cartoon characters.
Different DIY’s – to add the quirk to you’re Denim Jacket
Use embroidered iron-on patches – bring on you’re favorite cartoon characters, or things you adore, hearts, superheroes and what not.
- Add pins according to you’re personality – flamingo, cacti, unicorns.
- Trace quotes and hand paint them, Paint motifs.
- Attach fringes to you’re denim jacket.
- Sew contrasting fabric patches randomly.
- Add pom poms/ studs/ pearls/sequins
- Floral embroidery patches
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