The boys in my family have a bit of a thing for t-shirts so we rarely have any that we throw out, so I think I’ll need to stalk some thrift stores for some pretty colored t-shirts to tackle a couple of these projects. Are you tempted to give any of these sweet ideas a whirl?
Love these farmer’s market totes by Delia Creates, but I think I would need one in every color for maximum impact. They look super easy to make too thanks to the photographed instructions here. She made them from t-shirt sleeves for the tiny bags. Just imagine the kids with their own picking out some fresh fruit at the market?
I don’t have a little girl to dress in these Rings of Ruffles recycled t-shirt skirts by Lilygiggle, but I do know a few little girls who would look cute in the ruffles. Purchase the skirt pattern here.
How soft and cuddly do these Mooshy belly bunnies look? You can purchase them from Chez Beeper Bebe’s online store or find the instructions and make your own here. I tried to find a plain striped t-shirt to make one of these for my little guy before Easter, but couldn’t find one in time.
These five strand braided hairbands from Make-it Love-it provide the perfect pop of color and they’re a great way to recycle outgrown t-shirts. You can follow the tutorial here.