I’m not the only one who gets sad when one of your favorite clothing gets stained, right?  Usually my favorite pieces of clothing are my daughters clothes. haha  One of Emanuelle’s cute t-shirts had a stained and it was just breaking my heart knowing I had to throw it out.  Then I got looking at it and realized I could re-purpose part of the shirt. YAY!! Look what I did:

Ok, so I didn’t actually re-purpose the t-shirt itself… I re-purposed the embellishments that were on it.

Step 1: Take out an old t-shirt that has embellishments on it.  Step 2:  Cut out the embellishments.  Step 3: Place the embellishments on a piece of felt, trace the outline of the embellishments on the felt and cut it out.  Step 4:  Hot glue the embellishments onto a headband and then hot glue the piece of felt onto the back of the embellishments (this is to make it extra secure on the headband).

And voilĂ !  It’s that simple!
Here’s Gabrielle sporting the headband:
Have a FABULOUS day!!

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