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March 11, 2013

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Gina at CampClem

Love! It! Hosted a get-together of girlfriends to do this today for our church's VBS shirts.

I love to do this with my little daughter's shirt too--just get a couple of sizes bigger and use ribbon instead of straps and add ruffle to the bottom, wheeee!

Here's how mine & hers turned out (posted on facebook): https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=436786103084283&set=a.293324947430400.64756.243687912394104&type=1&theater

THANKS!

Tiinathestore

Great Idea! I thinks it is the best way to save money and make proper use of old t shirts.

Nancy


Nice shirt but even nicer that you participated in saving lives and helping people celebrate more Birthdays. To me that's the real story!!!!! Sorry... I RELAY and that's my passion!

Lazyhippiemama.wordpress.com

I'm on the committee for my local festival and I hate the t-shirts we have to wear. I used your instructions to alter mine and every single woman on the committee wants one like mine now! hahaha! Thanks for the great tutorial!

Brenda S

Thank you Nic!!!! Wonderful way to turn 'boy style' T's into great wearable Tanks! A girl I play baseball with did this to her team T and I wondered where she got it???? Genius!! She has seen your post....I have a ton of 'boy style' T's to convert.....thank you so very much.

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great man :D

Phyllis

Thanks! Now I know what to do with my Relay for Life T-shirts that I don't wear.

SUE GRIFFIN

MADE THIS WITH ONE OF MY HUSBAND'S SHIRTS WITH TARE AT POCKET EDGE, I AM GOING TO PUT SOME LITTLE DECORATION AT EACH CORNER

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