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11 DIYs for Your Next Music Festival

Posted by Emily Spicklemire

Because anything you DIYed gets an extra 50 likes on Instagram.

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It's Lollapalooza week! The biggest music festival of the summer is hitting Blitsy's hometown, Chicago, in just a few days. Aside from the bands, music festivals are full of food, fashion, and fun! Did you know that there are so many simple ways that you can work crafts into your festival look? Anything you DIYed gets like an extra 50 likes on Instagram, that's just the rules. Here are 11 DIY projects to keep in mind when prepping for your next music festival. See you at Lolla!

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Temporary tattoos are so hot lately, but did you know you can make your own? Bespoke Bride show you how!

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If you're headed out all day, you'll probably have a fair amount of stuff to carry around. What's better than a DIY backpack dressed up with pom poms & tassels? Nothing, which is what we love about this DIY from Mollie Makes.

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Create these fun friendship bracelets from Quiet Lion Creations and trade them with all your new festival friends!

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DIY your entire look with this tutorial from I Spy DIY! Fringe is always in for festivals!

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If a side bag is your style, try this free crochet pattern.

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Keep your camera close (and super cute!) with a DIY camera strap fromAlmost Makes Perfect.

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These DIY floral sunglasses via Syl and Sam are sure to make a statement.

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This neutral backpack option will match any festival outfit! Get the tutorial from Sincerely Kinsey.

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Channel your inner Greek goddess with this DIY gold headpiece from Riva La Diva.

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Oh please, you didn't think I was going to get all the way through this post without dropping in a flower crown, did you? They've had their naysayers over the years, but flower crowns, I AM HERE FOR YOU. And so is blogger One O.

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This DIY kimono from The Wonder Forest serves a dual purpose: keep some of the sun off your shoulders, and use it as a makeshift blanket for when you need to take a break & relax on the ground.

Are you hitting any festivals this year? Let us know below!