T-Shirt Tiered Maxi Dress
Cut your first t-shirt at the waist, then sew three layers of different colored t-shirts to create an attached skirt.
Bleach Pen Your Clothing
Use a bleach pen to write a message or design on your clothing for a new look.
Stamp It Up
Dip a stamp is some clothing paint and stamp up your clothing to create a fun new piece.
Does your favorite garment have bleach or other unremovable stains? You can try dying it to cover the stain. Dying your clothes isn’t as tedious as it may seem. You can do it right in your bathroom sink.
Macrame Razorback T-Shirt
You can cut up a t-shirt and twist it in such a way that you can create a macrame look. Here‘s how to create that pretty macrame razorback top.
Slit Back T-Shirt
Cut multiple slits in the back of your shirt to give it the appearance of being slashed or make four spread out slits and wrap each panel with a bow, lace, ribbon or embellishment in the center.
Add a Zipper
Get a funky and modern look by inserting an exposed zipper into the sides of your t-shirt or the tops of your sleeves or in any unique spot.
Chop off the top of an old sweater, add an elastic waistband and you have yourself a brand new skirt. If you don’t want to complicate things with elastic, use a belt to hold it up.
Bow Back Sweater
Snazz up a boring sweater by cutting a scoop shape into the back the sewing a large ribbon to each side of the sweater back below your neck and tie it in a beautiful bow.
Safety Pin Shirt
Cut a slit down the middle of the back of a shirt or sweater. Use a few nice looking safety pins to hold it together.
Men’s Shirt Dress
Use an oversized men’s collared dress shirt to create a dress. You can cut a triangle into the shoulders so your shoulders are visible or cut off the sleeves and collar. Throw a belt on and you’re done.
Add ribbon to a spaghetti strap tank top or dress to create a cage top look.
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