Do you want to learn how to make a DIY Lace T-Shirt and make it look good?
Do you need to add some life to a boring t-shirt that you never wear? Think how good you will look after you have spiced it up using this DIY Lace T-shirt tutorial.
Are your friends wearing CUTE little T-shirts? I’m sure they purchased them from a large name brand store and paid LOTS of $$ for it. Imagine what they will say when you tell them you created yours for under $10.00! Be proud of yourself, they will be asking you to make them one.
Do you have a black, white or other colored T-Shirt? Create multiple shirts, use your imagination. The first thing you will want to decide on is your lace and trim. I went to my local fabric store to purchase these items, that is where the best selection is in my hometown. You could also try your local Wal-Mart, if they have a fabric section. I chose to use white lace and silver trim on my Black T-shirt. I can imagine hot pink lace with white trim, I think that would look nice also.
Do you have a little “Princess” Party in your future? Use a white T-shirt, light pink lace and gold trim, that would be very “Princess-ish” for a toddler party or Little Princess’s Birthday Party. You could even personalize them with a fabric marker and they would make a great party favor. Imagine it with a little cute Tulle Skirt too.
You can create this wonderful DIY Lace T-shirt on your own with just a few simple materials.
- T-Shirt – your choice of color
- 1 yard of Lace – your choice of color
- 1 yard of Decorative Trim – your choice of color
- Liquid Stitch Adhesive
- A few stick pins
- A piece of cardboard – to slide in between the layers of your shirt so adhesive does not go thru to the back!
You can complete this easy DIY Lace T-Shirt project by following this simple instructional video. BE SURE TO PLACE A PIECE OF CARDBOARD BETWEEN YOU LAYERS BEFORE YOU START TO APPLY THE LIQUID STITCH ADHESIVE!!!!
Now, you have your AWESOME DIY Lace t-shirt made and you are ready to ROCK IT! Wear it with pride and secretly laugh under your breath at your friend who went out and spent $40 on hers. Please share your complete project on my Facebook page, Crafty Ladybug Creations.(link)
Are you looking for more ideas for DIY Lace T-shirts? You may like this simple DIY Lace Trimmed Top from apairandasparediy.com