1. Cut off the sleeves. I cut inside the seam. Start with less, you can always cut off more if needed.
2. On the back only, cut in little deeper- so it looks like a racer back tank.
3. Cut the bottom of shirt to the desired length. All three of these shirts are an adult small, but after the hack- one fit my 5 year old and one fit my 9 year old. To get the length 'just right'- use a shirt you already own as a guide. Lay it on top to help you figure out how much to cut off the bottom. I also rounded it instead of cutting straight across. It makes the shirt 'hang' cuter.
4. Use a scrap from the sleeve to gather the back of the tank. Tie the scrap into a knot - which looks like a bow!
We wore the shirts to both the 'Stars and Stripes in Southlake' on July 3rd and our neighborhood 'Bike Parade' on July 4th.
Now that the holiday weekend is over, I am going to try this t-shirt hack with some of my girls' other t-shirts. This would be cute for a camp shirt don't you think?
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