Stenciled Pencil Skirt Refashion!!

If you love a great refashion, you need to check out Brassy Apple. Meg is AMAZING and her site is full of fabulous refashions. One of my all-time favorites is this pencil skirt refashion.

Not only did she transform a dowdy skirt into a super stylish one, she also stenciled a modern print. Come over and see the “before” skirt – you will be amazed. Be sure to check out the entire Stenciled Pencil Skirt Refashion.

Have a Happy Weekend!

Turn a Onesie into a Bubble Dress!

Do you know Ashley from Make It And Love It? She is amazingly creative and a fabulous seamstress. I love this refashion idea she created. She took one of her daughter’s onesies and added some knit fabric to create an adorable bubble dress. She even embellished it with a coordinating flower!

Be sure to check out the full Bubble Dress Tutorial on Make It And Love It!

Add Rainbow Polka Dots to Anything!

As you can tell by our challenge this month, we love rainbow! It looks especially fantastic on white an as an accent (you know, like Mork’s suspenders). We spotted this tutorial for jazzing up a white t-shirt with rainbow polka dots and had to share! Now it’s time to pull something out of your closet and add rainbow polka dots to it – just follow this tutorial.

DIY Polka Dot Pencil Eraser Shirt at Momtastic

$3 Sleeve to Sleeveless Blouse Refashion!!

You may have a shirt sitting in your closet that needs an update. Maybe it’s not fitted and you still love the print. Here’s an awesome refashion that takes a long-sleeved, baggy shirt and turns it into a fitted and trendy sleeveless blouse, and for $3!! Plus, I’m a sucker for anything polka-dotted.

Find out how to make this fabulous refashion at Extrapetite!

 

PS — be sure to link up to our Rainbow Challenge. You can link up right now and enter to win $70 of awesome products from I Love To Create!!

 

 

Amazing Prom Dress Upcycle

refashioned prom dress

This is one of my favorite refashions ever – not just because it’s cool, but because it was done by a teenager! It’s so fun that she bought her own dress from the vintage shop and then altered it to be the beautiful prom dress you see on the right. She makes it sounds easy – visit the blog to read about how it was done.

Prom Dress: Vintage Upcycle at The View From In Here

Make Rainbow Glitter Shoes!

In honor of our Rainbow Challenge this month, here’s an awesome DIY refashion. Maya in the Moment took a pair of brown sandals and painted them. Plus she added glitter and Tulips Beads in a Bottle to look like studs. The result is a happy pair of shoes that surely attracts smiles! Find out more about how to make these shoes at the I Love To Create Blog.

And be sure to link up to our Rainbow Challenge. You can link up right now and enter to win $70 of awesome products from I Love To Create!!

“Don’t Get Out of Bed” Pants — From Bed Linens!

Tamara had this brilliant idea for the days you just don’t want to get out of bed — so now you don’t have to! Using an existing favorite pair of lounge pants or yoga pants, Tamara’s downloadable PDF shows you exactly how to make a pair of “don’t get out of bed” pants from a set of bed linens … soft and comfy. We love this idea!

Don’t Get Out Of Bed at Ducky House

Make a Squeezebox Top Out of T-Shirts

Refashioned squeezebox top

I love it when bloggers attempt something they see and it works out! This top is the perfect example of an idea gone completely right (no craftfails here!), and a designer inspired top results. And the inspiration is from one of my favorite stores ever. I bet it’s yours too! Visit the post to see what store I’m talking about and to also find out how this fancy top was made.

Squeezebox Top Tutorial at U-Create

The Rainbow Challenge — Link Up to Win!!

Welcome to the Refashion Files — Rainbow Challenge!!!

We have been counting down the days and it’s here!!! It’s time to link up YOUR Rainbow Refashion projects!!

(here’s my Rainbow Project — Ruffle Shirts)

If you link up a project, you will be eligible to win a $70 prize package from iLovetoCreate!!

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Make a Cascading Ruffle Skirt from Old T-Shirts!!

 

Got old knit t-shirts? Or some favorite knit fabric? Check out Wee Share’s super cute idea for making little girls’ cascading ruffle skirts in fun colors — perfect for girls who love girly, twirly skirts.

The Cascading Ruffle Skirt at Wee Share