IBP: T-Shirt Refashions

I have a confession, I have postponed doing this episode for a while now. In fact, I was still making the darn examples late the night before I filmed. Funny thing though, I really like how it all turned out. I was able to show some of the yummy PINS on Pinterest and still show you a couple of very easy techniques. So be sure to check out the T-SHIRT REFASHIONS episode on My Craft Channel.

Here's the links to the blogs referenced in this episode:
Includes notes and tips on what worked and didn't work for me. 

It all started with a cute pin that compared a more expensive t-shirt from Anthropologie to one that was refashioned for a lot less. My issue with Anthropologie, besides the fact I won't spend $68 on a t-shirt is that they don't carry clothing in my size. So how awesome was this that I could take t-shirts that I bought  somewhere affordable and jazz them up to look trendy and cute.

Designer on a Budget Blog
Cute Meg from Brassy Apple

Flower Ruffled Collar
This was the technique that I use to embellish the t-shirt I was wearing in this episode.
Sarahndipities Blog
Momma Go Round
Make It - Love It
Here's my examples from the episode today...


The Ruffled Bib T-Shirt Refashion
I was so excited that my cute daughter, Emma could come be my model for this episode. Out of the shirt techniques I tried this was the easiest one that had the quickest affect on the t-shirt.

My daughter Emma was my model!!
This was my favorite technique - by the way Emma took the flower
off immediately after the episode and I haven't seen either since! 
Sarahndipities Blog
Nancy Couture Blog
Other Items from T-Shirts
I was going to talk about these on the episode today and totally spaced it. So I thought I would share them here. I love that both the pillow and the rug are made from t-shirts! 
Oh So Crafty Blog
Rags by Sock Monkey
To check out more fun ideas for T-Shirt Refashions, visit my BOARD on Pinterested called IBP: T-Shirt Refashions.

Be sure to join me next week me next week when my daughter and I show you how to create amazing flowers from plastic spoons.

Disclaimer: Pinterest is a great place to find inspiration but not all pins lead to blogs. I tried to only pick those ideas that I could find the original creator and give credit to. Please take a moment and check out these great blogs because without them I wouldn't have content to talk about on the new My Craft Channel show Inspired by Pinterest.  If you've never been to Pinterest and would like to check it out, you need an invite to the site to gain access (I don't know why). Just leave me a comment with your email and I'll send you an invite. However, I cannot be responsible for the time you will be spending on Pinterest!!


Irene said...

Thanks for choosing projects that are fun, practicle and not to complicated! Love your ideas.

Irene said...

Thanks for choosing projects that are fun and not too complicated. I enjoy your show!

skstroud said...

i love these kind of crafts where you dont have to spend alot of money. Thanks for sharing.

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