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Bow Sleeve T-Shirt - Speaking of shoulder details, how 'bout this t-shirt remake by Sew, What's New? user Ruby Murray? The shirt originally had long sleeves, which she cut off and used to make the bow embellishments. She even uses the cut-off seams to create additional detailing around the neckline, so not even the smallest scrap of fabric goes to waste in this project!

Custom cakestand~ A plate, Elmer's Stix All, a candle holder and your favorite color spray paint ON THE BOTTOM ONLY...Not to come in contact with FOOD!! :o)

Easy t-shirt with DIY pattern That is great Pattern Template, reminds me of the laminated t-shirt boards they sell for embellishing with paint or glitz. Great Job!! It translate from German to English.

Recycle ~ Recycle ~ Recycle Your old T-Shirts This would be so fun with a tank or (I'm remembering a long-sleeved, collared, black, lace button up that I have. Would look fantastic!) Here is another fun tshirt recycle I designed and quite easy. It is a nice way to create a unique shirt without showing too much skin (just enough). It can be dressy or casual as well.

Another easy shirt I found this linen knit at the fabric store on Tuesday. It’s the most comfortable hot day fabric I’ve ever felt. Any breeze goes right through it, even walking cools you off. I went for a long hike in it yesterday, and it’s like not wearing a shirt at all, only you don’t get sunburned. Perfect.

Paint a white ball of yarn any color and place it over a glass to make an adorable vase! This is a great idea for glassware found at your local Goodwill!

So easy to make! Make the dimensions a little bigger and you could make it a really cute makeup bag