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  1. I am in love with this!! Thank you for the tutorial! i can't wait to try it out. I have a couple tanks that need some sprucing up.

  2. Olá, Heidi.
    Eu adorei essa dica !
    Parece ser fácil de fazer, e é muito legal poder ter uma camisa exclusiva !
    Obrigada por compartilhar.
    Beijos.

  3. Thanks so much for the tute! I love the idea, especially how the cutout part is a contrasting fabric. In all my years of altering tees and tanks I can’t believe I’ve never thoguht of doing something like this. I think I’m gonna play around with the idea some and see if i can figure out a way to use it with a tee since I personally don’t wear many tanks. But even if I can’t I know plenty of people that wear tanks that would love a cute one like this for xmas.

  4. Admiring the time and effort you put into your website and detailed information you provide.
    It’s awesome to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same unwanted rehashed information.
    Great read! I’ve bookmarked your site and I’m adding your RSS feeds to
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  1. […] My dollar store has had a regular supply of t-shirts and other clothing lately, so I've been having a great time refashioning things on the cheap. I love this idea from Heidi at Honeybear Lane — making a very pretty alteration to a boring tank top. Using a fat quarter and a cool cut-out trick, she customized an inexpensive tank top into a very pretty refashion. You can remake a tank top you already have on hand, or hit the dollar store, thrift store, or big box store to find a shirt that will work for this project. [how to make a snowflake cutout tank top] […]

  2. […] My dollar store has had a regular supply of t-shirts and other clothing lately, so I've been having a great time refashioning things on the cheap. I love this idea from Heidi at Honeybear Lane — making a very pretty alteration to a boring tank top. Using a fat quarter and a cool cut-out trick, she customized an inexpensive tank top into a very pretty refashion. You can remake a tank top you already have on hand, or hit the dollar store, thrift store, or big box store to find a shirt that will work for this project. [how to make a snowflake cutout tank top] […]

  3. […] My dollar store has had a regular supply of t-shirts and other clothing lately, so I've been having a great time refashioning things on the cheap. I love this idea from Heidi at Honeybear Lane — making a very pretty alteration to a boring tank top. Using a fat quarter and a cool cut-out trick, she customized an inexpensive tank top into a very pretty refashion. You can remake a tank top you already have on hand, or hit the dollar store, thrift store, or big box store to find a shirt that will work for this project. [how to make a snowflake cutout tank top] […]

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