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Make a Quick T-shirt Halter Top

29 April 2010 29,209 views 9 Comments

by heather

Ali from Found it in the "Ali" used the Plastic Bag Decal idea from Filth Wizardry for this great t-shirt makeover. She got the gray shirt from the dollar store, ironed a plastic bag decal on it, and snipped and tied it into a cute halter top. She has how-to instructions on her new blog, so [check out how to make a t-shirt into a halter top]

Project Estimate:

  • T-shirt, on hand or $1
  • Scissors, on hand

Total: FREE and up

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9 Comments »

  • Elle Sees said:

    LOVES IT!!!

  • Care said:

    This is FABULOUS — I love the decal design!!

  • Ali said:

    Thanks! Come see my blog! Followers always welcomed :)

    Ali

  • Kathy V. said:

    great job!!

  • Dabbled » Article » Plastic spoon roses, Slave Leias, cephalopods and more! said:

    [...] Via Dollar Store Crafts, check out this tank top from t-shirt tutorial by Found in the Ali. [...]

  • Shelley said:

    Makes a great transformation. The finished top is really cute!

  • Diane said:

    WOW What a cute idea I’ll have to try that.

  • Vaishali said:

    This is pretty neat. I love it.

  • Vaishali said:

    Heather,

    I could not wait till next and just went ahead last night and tried to make the top with an old black rock band t-shirt. Gotta admit it looks very funky. Keep posting these great idea. Love it.

    V

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