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    Default Hermes Fur Scarf for (kinda) free

    Can I make this clear I copied this from another website but the tip is too good not to pass on to you guys. My sister uses another forum and she's just got herself a (gorgeous one).

    [the "I" is not actually me if you know what I mean]

    Search eBay and get a brand new dark brown fox fur collar from a furrier in Newport News, Virginia for $12.00.

    I cut lengths of Hermes ribbon and stitched the loops to the underside of the collar. I even had the right shade of brown thread on hand. After 45 minutes of dutiful stitching, viola - a pretty good looking facsimile of Hermes luxury.

    Of course, it's not officially from Hermes, and I'm sure that it's not as nice as the real thing, but I'm pretty happy with it and will enjoy wearing it with some of my H. scarves.

    Total Investment? Time - 45 minutes. Cost - $12.50.

    Some pics from another website I stumbled across.

    MaiTai's Picture Book: Fur it Up!

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    Default Hermes Fur Scarf for (kinda) free

    Anyone done this????? I just adore these crafty things - what do u girls think??

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    Default Re: Hermes Fur Scarf for (kinda) free

    I haven't, but it sounds like a great DIY. I would love to see your pics!

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    Default Re: Hermes Fur Scarf for (kinda) free

    Can't imagine wearing a fur scarf when it's so damn hot outside. For winter this would like a great diy.

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