Love it! And I'm not even a ruffley girl! You should sell these for much more than a paltry $4. Put them in your shop...when you can. :)
Seriously? I love that.Your coolness astounds me.
cute.i love your ruffles.ToOdLeS.
What is better than a girl with ruffles??
Stop, stop, stop! You are killing me with the awesome ruffley ruffleness!!
how did you do it? So much cuter :)
CALLY!!! smarty pants. i lu-huv it.
Awesome, awesome, awesome! Can I give you my wardrobe for you to work your magic on??
Way to make it your own.Cute
Okay, this is how I did it, Tiff.I cut off the bottom of the shirt and cut the scrap into thin strips. Then I measured 4 strips as long as the neckline. I sewed down the middle of each strip with a loose basting stitch and then pulled one thread to gather them up. Then pinned them one at a time onto the neckline, and sewed it on with a regular straight stitch. I had extra strips, so I did one row the same way around the bottom of the shirt.Easy peasy guys. You can do it.I know pictures are better so next time I find a cheap shirt I'll document the process.
wait a second.$4 at old navy has never worked out that well for me. man, that is a super cute shirt!
You've gone crazy for the ruffles! I have to say that looks smokin'! Did Conan come home and drool on you?
That is SO cute!!! I think you could turn a garbage bag into an amazing outfit!!!
How did you even do that? Nice job!
We're drooling! "That is sooooo cool", says Lindsay. Kyle was nearby, and responds to Lindsay's statement, "That's not cool, it's a shirt Lindsay", what does he know when it comes to style - after all he is Brent's son, you know the man that wears tube socks with sandals!
the ideas do they ever stop? I hope not I love it
you are amazing!!! seriously!
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