Step 7: Cut Out Your Corset Shape!

After structure is thoroughly dry, remove from dress form with saran wrap still attached to interior of corset structure.

Following the lines you initially drew with sharpie on the inside, cut out along the top and bottom design lines.
<p>That is brilliant!</p>
<p>very hot</p>
<p>THIS IS PURELY AMAZING! I Plan to make this for a doll corset. I mean only thing that changes is the base..and I will resize the flitters and such for the doll..</p>
<p>That is so interesting. I love it!!</p>
Gosh, that's beautiful. Well done!
Utterly gorgeous!
I just want to say how beautiful you are. This costume fits everything about you. Perfect style choice. Strictly being polite with my comment!
Tottaly making this!! way to be completly creative!
Love this!!!
This is really cool! Great job!
Congrats, this is amazing! Not only that but the woman modeling it is devastatingly beautiful.
Absolutely awesome!! You should send one to Lady GaGa, if she will wear meet I'd almost bet she'd where this!! Very cool!!
Gorgeous! I was shocked to read how it was made. At first, I thought maybe it was material stained with coffee. Unbelievable! 5*
After seeing this, i feel like a new woman. Must remember to get rid of the old one first though. :-)<br><br>Very creative!
I love my coffee (cappuccino) with whipped cream and cinnamon, but this takes the cake!
I missed a step here...did you add a stiff paper back to the back of the corset underneathe the coffee filters before you added the grommets?
No, the layer of filters was built up thick enough that she was probable able to simply place the non-corrugated cardboard under the wrong side. It's most likely the type of cardboard you find under notepads; less than a millimeter thick, slightly flexible, but strong. Well that or something else.
Positively genius! I love it! Worth its weight in coffee!!!!! the good kind!! I love it all.
Fantastic! <br>You need to get in touch with www.deadlygroundscoffee.com and audition to be a spokesmodel! (It's a new coffee company my friend started, and the roasts are almost as amazing as that instructable!) <br>Nice job!
You know what would you do when you get cream on it? LoL.
WOW, besides the beautiful retro-look style is so ingenious! zugabe, zugabe!
Too hot! :)
So creative &amp; breathtaking! I can't wait to share this.
absolutely fantastic! i love it and want one! well done!
Amazing piece. Great work and use of materials. Hmm... what to do with the Keurig cups now??
Victoria Seceret DRINK your heart out! ;)<br>
This is incredible. Soo beautiful, and until I read the description I had no clue it was made entirely from coffee filters!
I just saw the list of materials you're working with. This is GENIUS!
This would be a great outfit for the Hunger Games intro night. : )
This made my jaw drop. Stunning work.
Fun idea for a project! And, yet another reason I love coffee.
Fantastic. I'm so excited to see one of your projects in step-by-step format! This seriously makes me miss school. I love projects like this! Well done.
First of all, I admire your talent. Secondly, gorgeous piece. Thirdly, stunning photography. Last, but not least you just proved to the world that glamore can come from a garbage can. WOW! Provo!
So beautiful! I don't know how you come up with your ideas, but I can't wait to see what else you make!
This is just gorgeous, I am stunned! The ruffles are just perfect.
thats awsome, and really hot. nice work.

About This Instructable


184 favorites


More by graceduval: Give Those Old Desk Chairs New Life! Upholstered iPad Case with Screen Protector Canine Carhartt Coat for Your Pal!
Tags: corset coffee
Add instructable to: