April Challenge – A Month of Photos & Reflections: Day 15, Cute outfit from 2 t-shirts

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I’m cutting up t-shirts again today! Nothing like a little destruction to make you feel good! 😄 This is just a fun little project that is suitable for teens and tweens who may be going stir crazy at home. Speaking as a former homeschool mom, I think they should get Art or Home Ec credit for this. 😉 Everybody has some old tees lying aroud, right?

This is a fun project. Since this fabric doesn’t fray there is no need to hem any edges. But if you want a more finished look you could. I probably will eventually.

Have fun with this & stay safe!


  1. Wow! These outfits look so nice, remind me of the times when I was a kid! Nice colours! 🙂

  2. Great way to upcycle! I love this idea and will show my daughter, she gets into creating fashion.

  3. definitely very very cute! I am absolutely charmed by the looks and would definitely wear it

  4. My mother in law loves to do these sorts of projects with old clothes. She cuts up t-shirts and jeans etc to make clothes to take to their holiday home. I’m not as handy but I admit I used to bleach images etc onto clothes. I wish I could do that again.

  5. Wow this is so much fun and I love the simplicity. I’m going to try making this myself, I have so many different t-shirts I could use!

  6. This is so adorable. I love your creativity. I’m fairly new to sewing, but this is probably something I can do. I love how comfortable this looks. Anything made out of t-shirts would be awesome. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Those are some pretty cute outfits right there. Such intense colors there. I will have to show these to my daughter. She is interested in fashion.

  8. cute outfit! I would go with different colors though. lol the bright green makes my eye twitch! lol but its a great idea! I should try it

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