Amazing Ways to Upcycle Old T-Shirts!
Photo – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Qf_tqGHoy0
T-shirt modification has pretty much become its own art form. If you have a lot of T-shirts that you no longer use, this video we discovered by AndreasChoice will teach you how to turn them into cute and funky pieces! T-shirts are one of the most widely used items of clothing in the entire world. They are so comfortable and with a few tricks here and there, you can style them in different ways and create all kinds of fun outfits!
Tools and Materials Needed:
1. Old T-shirts
5. Picture Frame
Tied Cropped Top Style Tip: This piece is great to use as a cover up for your bikini tops. Choose brightly colored T-shirts for this project, especially if you’re planning to use them for the summer. Try to match the color of your bikini with a contrast-color top. This will make your outfit look more interesting.
Fringe Tank Style Tip: If you don’t want to show too much skin, use high-waist bottoms. You can also wear a tank top underneath the fringe shirt.
Muscle Tank Style Tip: After cutting the first sleeve, fold the T-shirt in half and use that side as a guide for cutting the other sleeve of the shirt. The muscle tank always looks best when worn with a cropped tank or bandeau under it.
T-shirt Picture Frame Tip: Buy a frame that will fit the size of your T-shirt. Fold the shirt well and secure the back of the frame with tape or a strong glue.
No-Slip Clothes Hangers Tip: Use different colored strips and alternate the colors after every wrap.
T-Shirt Bracelets Tip: You can make a bunch of these accessories and give them to your friends. These will serve as your own friendship bracelets! You can get a bunch of beads at Michaels, Hobby Lobby or any other arts and crafts store.
Style Tip: Wear a bunch of these bracelets together to make a really fun-looking arm candy. These bracelets will look so awesome during the warmer seasons!
Additional Tip: If you have a really good quality T-shirt and you want to spruce it up a little bit, you can get rhinestones, studs or pearls at a crafts store and then stick them onto your shirt with fabric glue.
Ok here’s the video: