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  • 10 Upcycled T-Shirt Crafts

    Now that the weather’s cooling off, you’re probably sorting through your dresser and closet, pulling out your cold-weather clothes, and stashing your lighter stuff away until spring. As you sort through, you’re bound to find a couple of old t-shirts that are past their prime. Maybe the pits are stained beyond saving or you’re just tired of wearing that particular tee. Those well-loved t-shirts are perfect for all kinds of fun t-shirt crafts! More

  • Ways to Refashion a T-shirt

    How-to: Add a bow collar to a plain t-shirt

    Fancy up a thrift store t-shirt with an oversized bow!

    One of the things I love about thrifting is not just finding that cool vintage dress but when I run across something that’s screaming to be something else. It only took about an hour and change to add this bow detail to my thrifted tee, and I love how it turned out! Here’s how you can make your own. More

  • How-to: Make a Reusable (Not Disposable!) Kid’s Name Tag for School Field Trips

    Kid going on a field trip? Generally gotta have a name tag.

    Instead of buying disposable name tags, my kiddos and I make reusable name tags. These name tags can be made almost entirely by a kid with just a little adult help, and can be used until any of the information changes–if a kid made one of these in kindergarten, and used it until she headed off for middle school, that’s probably worth an entire package of disposable name tag stickers right there, and if the whole class did it, that’s a good effort towards helping a school go green. More

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