lined paper tee knock-off

i’ve teased you all enough i think…it’s time to reveal the easiest and coolest way to pretty up a plain white tee. and with school days right around the corner (like literally on the next week of our calendar), this shirt is the perfect way to celebrate.

of course this idea came from pinterest, as most of my recent projects have. it’s simply the best place to catalog all my crafty desires. and the other great thing is that i don’t have to come up with the ideas, i just have to execute them.

are you down to make one for yourself? come on…all the cool kids are doin’ it!

 ta-da!

now you can show your school spirit!

     

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10 thoughts on “lined paper tee knock-off

  1. dawn says:

    Thank you thank you for showing me this awesome shirt and all your other awesome crafts. I swear this one will be made very very soon. I have to find a shirt though, hope Walmart has one when I go tomorrow oh and fabric markers too. I love love paper and writing so this is sooooo fun. I was just turning off the computer and calling it a night so glad I saw this first. Will dream of wearing my shirt and all the kids and teachers loving it and when they ask where did I get it??? I will say from my cool and smart and crafty friend Andrea then say SORRY this was the last one. Think this will be my secret, ssshhhh don’t tell.

  2. Stephanie says:

    That is so cute! I love the little pocket on the shirt with it. I have a party going on over at my blog if you want to join! I’d love to have you! Check it out under the “Stache Party” page on my blog: mylilpumpkinpatch.blogspot.com

  3. sharde says:

    i totally love this! i saw it on pinterest too and i was like ooh i could do that, and ooh i want that! but i don’t have fabric markers on hand; thats about to change! lol 🙂

  4. Bethany says:

    Yours turned out so cute! I have this idea saved on my pinterest board too, for whenever I get around to it. Thanks for the easy tutorial!

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