Category Archives: Crafty

How To Deconstruct a T-shirt For Maximum Refashioning

This is the best way to deconstruct a T-shirt & get the largest cuts possible for refashioning. Chopping up a t-shirt isn’t neuro-science; and this process may be instinctive for many long time sewists. If you’re a newbie to sewing or textile … Continue reading

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Anatomy of Boutique Hair Bows

I received a copy of 50 Ribbons Rosettes & Bows to Make in exchange for my honest review.  50 Ribbon Rosettes & Bows to Make by Deanna McCool begins with types of ribbons and their properties. It helps you choose tools … Continue reading

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Stenciled T-shirt Refashion for Tweens

I’m sharing a stenciled t-shirt refashion today! (Its another mama-daughter collaboration!) The spray painting is easy enough for older kids to handle, but we did pick up some tips for you. By that, I mean that we ruined a shirt … Continue reading

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DIY Fringe T-shirt Refashion for Tweens

Here’s a DIY fringe t-shirt refashion that your tween girls will love. It’s an easy way to recycle t-shirts that are too big, too short, or stained. Plus…it will entertain them for a little bit, so you can finally have … Continue reading

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Motivation? Not on Monday.

I thought I’d show you what I’ve been up to. I haven’t felt like writing lately. Seems like every day, I’ve woken up thinking, “I need to write a blog post.” Then I talked myself out if it, because not … Continue reading

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