I’m attempting to refashion clothes for myself and our M&M girls. A huge drawback tho is I am not a seamstress. I’m pretty sure I could sew a button onto a shirt if I “had” to, but don’t bet on it (wink wink). I came across the graphic tee below and fell in love….
With a price tag of $34.90, I couldn’t justify buying
it, so I thought I’d try to make a similar one. With the help of one of my BFF’s a.k.a. Aleene’s Fabric Fusion, I did just that! Let’s get this party started!
Supplies: Article of Clothing (in my case a tank top), Fabric Fusion
(Aleene’s), A roll of sequins (I used single strand for this shirt), and
|Start off by|
placing the cardboard inside your article of clothing. This will keep
the glue from leaking onto the other side while you work.
|Next freehand a design onto your clothing. In this case I started with the letter L.|
|Press the sequins into the glue, following the pattern to shape out the design.|
|Keep going till you’re completely finished! Tada! The finished product. Allow to dry per package instructions.|
by Living on Love and Cents Contributor Kristine. Kristine is wifey
to Nate, and Momma to their two M&M girls. She enjoys laughing and
living life! She blogs mostly about her ramblings as a Stay at home
Momma, with some crafting, fashion, and a little bit of sarcasm on the
side. You can read all about Kristine and her family’s adventures at The Foley Family – Unedited.