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    Do this with old t-shirts!

    • Bella K

      This is SUCH an easy DIY for summer with any t-shirt. You can even make cute crop tops or cut outs or paint them or tie dye or anything fun to make them your own!

    • Aubrey Williams

      Do this with old tshirts.. Perfect for running or as a bathing suit coverup Reminds me of summer <3

    • Portia Kettering

      This is so cut it would b awesome 4 one of thos hot summer days that its just 2 hot 4 a t shirt!

    • Madison Wobig

      tshirt cut into this.. also need to tye dye something soon cut bathing suit cover up

    • Stephanie Erickson

      Do this with old tshirts.. Perfect for running or as a bathing suit coverup

    • Libby Ostler

      i love summer clothes & tye dye!

    • Laura Curtin

      #tiedye #tanktop #summer

    • Megan Hruby

      summer time craft

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    do this with old t-shirts.

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    Use T-shirts to make this top, just take 2 shirts, cut from one arm pit to the other so you have a full circle piece, then do the same to the other shirt, then loop one through the other, sew the back together and sew the folds in front. TA! DA! ...Not sure this would actually work as the website says use spandex, but then, it seems like nobody knows what they're talking about. Looks nifty.