AWESOME CLOTHING HACKS
It’s high time to upgrade your wardrobe for summer season! And I’ve got plenty of super stylish and unique handmade clothes design ideas you’ll be yearning to try asap!
If you accidentally splashed some paint on your denim jacket and thought it was over, I’ll prove you wrong and demonstrate an awesome way to revive your favorite jacket and turn it into perfect summer outfit!
So grab your scissors, threads and needle and let’s get to work!
I’ll also show you numerous ways to transform your old T-shirts into unique skirt or dress dress! You can make little straps at the bottom of the T-shirt, tie them in cute knots and easily turn sleeves into pockets.
You can turn your plain jeans into sassy ripped ones, all you need to have is pair of scissors and tweezers for decoration.
If you like adding holes to your clothes like I do, you can make heart-shaped open back in your dress or T-shirt, which is especially comfy during summer time!
You can also make stylish holey leggins and super cute lace pockets for your denim shorts.
Guess what, you can even make breathable sneakers, just grab the scissors and…you already know what to do! ; )
Every time I get the chance to transform my clothes and be a designer at least for an evening I use it! So grab your scissors and let’s get creative together.
We can make awesome new collar on your boring T-shirt. Take out a thread which connects your collar to the T-shirt. Cut this collar strap in half. Then sew it with machine. Now you’ve got a double collar.
I wanna share with you awesome way to make bow sleeves. First turn your T-shirt inside out. Cut the edge of the sleeves and the bottom line of the T-shirt. Cut out 2 little straps from the bottom line and make cute bows on the sleeves. Put them together using some hot glue gun.
1:16 SAVE YOUR FAVORITE JEANS
3:15 GET RID OF YELLOW STAINS
4:15 THESE JEANS DEFINETELY NEED A TRANSFORMATION
6:58 BEST JACKET EVER
9:30 BREATHABLE SNEAKERS
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