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DIY: customize your T-shirt

8/6/14




  1. Take your T-shirt and between the shirt put a paper ( you don't want to ruin your T-shirt)
  2. Draw a heart shape with a chalk
  3. Start to cut one side (be careful)
  4. Do the same with other side.
It's done. Just put your T-shirt into the washing machine and it's ready to be worn.


(sorry, I forgot to put the numbers on images)

  1. Take another  T-shirt  (muscle tee) to measure for a perfect fit.
  2. Than cut the sleeves off 
  3. Take a marker and mark a line on the collar's middle (in both sides)
  4. Than cut the collar off



  1. Online find an image with skull ( like this one below)
  2. Than draw it with pencil. It seems to be hard but it isn't
  3. Draw eyes like oval eggs, nose like a triangle and mouth like a slice of melon :D ( I know, sounds ridiculous)
  4. Than start to cut it, be careful. ( don't forget to put the paper between the shirt)
It's done, It took me less than 15 min. I really like the result.

LaurDIY (youtuber)



P.S.

This is scheduled post, so,right now I'm in France. :)

Anete,xo

9 comments:

  1. Nice tutorial! You did a great job :)


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    isa | http://stoerensexy.blogspot.be

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  2. Great!! I wanna try)))

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  3. Great .... ....
    shall try this out soon .
    XOXO

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