DIY Studded T-Shirt

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I need to spruce up my wardrobe! I want something new and shinny for fall! A DIY Studded T-Shirt can brighten up any old shirt or transform a plain shirt from the store to something fabulous!
DIY Studded T-Shirt

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DIY Studded T-Shirt Only a few things are needed and it will only cost a few dollars! Those are the best DIY projects. You need studs, which can be found online or at a craft/fabric store. Also, gather up some fabric glue and whatever shirt you decide to decorate. I love to decorate! Get super creative with where to put the studs and how to decorate your shirt! Once you have your design, poke the studs through the shirt and fold the edges down (this keeps you from getting poked). Fabric glue helps be sure the studs are on there good and tight! For the full tutorial and all the details, follow the link to- A Dose of Paige

DIY Upscale T-Shirt

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I wear my clothes until they are ready to buried! No resale store options for me. I don’t always have the money to buy new stuff but I can always find the time to make new stuff. A DIY Upscale T-Shirt is just the thing I need to replace my recently deceased cardigan!
DIY Upscale T-Shirt
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You need two super soft t-shirts (go a couple sizes bigger that you normally wear), fabric scissors, needle & thread (or a sewing maching if your are super high tech), and some optional lace. There is a lot of cutting and sewing but super easy I promise! Everything that you need to know for this DIY Upscale T-shirt and more is all layed out-How Joyful

DIY Tank Top

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As you all know, around here we love to add new life to old things – clothes in particular. Why go spend a bunch of money when you can create new clothes right at home?! For this DIY, you’ll need chalk, an old tank top (for the outline), an old beloved t-shirt, and some scissors.

Trace the outline of the tank top onto the t-shirt with the chalk, then cut along the chalk line. That’s it! You’ve got a vintage-y broken in tank top (which are the best kind!)

Thanks to Pinterest for this awesome idea!

4 Summer Shirt Cut Out Ideas

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It’s so easy to get sick of the clothes in the closet! It seems like lately, I’m trying on 9 different outfits before I feel I can leave the house! (I hate it when that happens…).

Here are four easy DIY’s to spruce up the clothes you’ve already got without spending any money!

1. The Backless Tee

This is definitely the most simple of the four. Take an old tshirt, and cut a narrow triangle section out of the back. (CAUTION: don’t cut too high up, unless you don’t want to be able to wear a bra!) Tie the two ends you’ve just created together and there you go!

Backless

2. The Striped Back Tee

On the back of a tshirt, begin cutting slits about two to three inches apart. Leave at least three inches on the bottom. After you’ve cut your slits, cut the hemline off of the bottom of the shirt. Proceed to cut that into two and half to three inch sections. You’ll use those fabric pieces to wrap around the sections of the tee you cut. You can throw a stitch or two in there to secure the piece, or (like me) you can use a dab of hot glue.

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3. The Diamond Back Tee

This looks much more complicated than it actually is. The most important part is marking off the sections you don’t want to cut. Trace a diamond shape on the center of the back of a tshirt (you can do just about any shape you’d like here!). The mark a one to two inch border around the back of the shirt. Again, this is where we’ll stop cutting, so it’s really up to you where you want this to be. Take a pair of scissors and begin cutting narrow strips in between the diamond shape and border. Do this all the way around the shirt.

Diamond Cut Out

4. The Bow Back Tee

This DIY does require some sewing. It’s a more complicated version of the striped back tee. Use a scrap fabric you’ve got lying around that  you like. Cut it into three by five inch strips. (The amount of these you cut will depend on how far down the shirt you want to go). Cut the same amount of one by two inch strips. Next, cut a section out of the back of the tshirt. I’d make sure it was no more than six inches wide and no less than four inches. Head to the sewing machine! Sew in the bigger sections on each side of the section you cut out. After you’re finished with that, take the smaller fabric pieces, wrap it around the center of the bigger fabric pieces, creating the bow shape. Throw a stitch or two in there to secure the middle piece (or use hot glue again!)

Bows

Happy DIY-ing!

(Sources: Pinterest)

Vintage Tee DIY!

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We all have those super old t-shirts hanging in our closets. We choose not to get rid of them for one reason or another, a couple of those reasons most likely being nostalgia and we love how soft the worn fabric has become. Here is a brilliant tip on how to keep your old tees feeling soft!

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4th of July Fashion

What better way to show your patriotism than to wear the American flag (not literally of course)!  Here’s two DIY’s that you can do on clothing that you already have. The third is not a DIY, but I just couldn’t resist posting them because they’re so dang cute!

Shorts

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Racerback Tank

4th of July Tshirt

American Flag Toms!!!

Toms

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DIY Workout Shirt

Need some extra motivation to work out? Me too. And for whatever reason, new workout clothes always seem to do the trick (for a little while at least!). Here’s a fun, easy, and quick DIY that will hopefully help us get our booties to the gym!

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