In the midst of working on gifts and orders, I managed to finally squeeze in a project for myself (though I still have LOTS to work on)! My last post I wrote about my inspiration for my Ruffled Shrug
from Tea Rose Home
...which is the most adorable ruffled shirt made from just two identical tees. Well, I finally stumbled across some tee's on sale at Wally World for only $2 each and grabbed two grey ones, perfect for work...and finally this project. I LOVE her ruffled shirt and have been dying to make one ever since I saw her idea many months ago!
Here is what I started off with...but two tees of course.
is very helpful, so no need to repeat what she did perfectly...and best of all it took no time to make! The only difference I made with mine was that I turned my tee into a tank. Much more comfortable for the office and easier to throw a cardigan or jacket over :)
And here is the final product!
Thank you so much Sachiko for this simple but super cute idea.
By the way, she has over 140 comments on this little beauty...and no wonder why! :)
AHHH! I love this. I need to make one now! ;) (going to find two inexpensive shirts ASAP)!!!!
OMG! I made something so similar to this TODAY! Weird =) I used big t-shirts that neither John or I wear though! I'm posting it later tonight =) funny how we think the same
PS Hobby Lobby isn't busy during the week after work! =)
Oh this is great! I love the detail. It would look lovely under a cardigan. Good job!
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Excellent job with it! It looks fun!
You should come link this up at Making It With Allie!
Ohhhh LOVE THIS!!! I will definitely have to try this one...Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!
That is so cute! I want to make this now!
holy moly, that looks fantastic! can't believe it's before as a plain ol' t shirt! great job!
wow and to think they are charging like $ 25 and up for these in store..thanks for the link!
@KateB--A co-worker asked me where I purchased this shirt and for how much. Once I told her that I made it she was very surprised! This just goes to show that any $4 creation CAN look just as good as a $25+ shirt from the mall!! :)
Thank you all for the feedback...hope your new ruffle shirts turn out wonderfully!! xoxo
So cute! You did a great job! Great look for fall
Really cute! I love it in heather gray!
Little Sis and I saw this post this weekend. She loved it, and couldn't believe you made it yourself. She's 15, so too "busy" to do it herself, so I'm thinking it'll be a great Christmas gift!
This top is darling and it looks so cute on you - much better than a plain tee!
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Wow! That is darling! Thanks for sharing your “creative mojo” with me on Thrilling Thursday. I hope you will be back again soon :)
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Ruffles and & rosette! Very cute & it looks much more high end than a $4 investment. Very cool! Saw you at Fabric Fun Thursday.
How ingenious is that?! I love it. I found you on New Friend Friday blog (Trendy Treehouse)hop. Love the blog and I am your newest follower.
LOVES IT! I am a new follower!
Super cute! I must try this!
I think you did a wonderful job on your t-shirt makeover! Thank you for sharing!
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Very cute and chic!
So cute! I featured this on Hoo's got talent this week! Thanks for linking up and feel free to come and grab a feature button!
VERY cute! You did a great job! Found you through SSB, and now following you!
Genius! I saw that tutorial on Tea Rose's blog-- LOVE how yours turned out. Hmmmm...I think I've just been inspired! THANKS! =)
so frilly, so girly...so freakin cute!
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