You could be a winner! 101 Tees Giveaway!

101 Tees just released {{happy dance}} and to celebrate, I am giving-away signed copies, crafty goodies and Hot Glue Gun Helper finger caps.  Visit this link to view all the posts about the book!




sneak peek!

Can’t wait to win the book?
You can find it here….
This weeks loot is a $50 value!

Hot Glue Gun Helper Finger Cap

What to do?

To enter: Leave a comment about your favorite t-shirt or a tee makeover that you have done!

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Contest Ends: August 21, 2011 at midnight! 

Contact Info: Be sure to leave your contact info!

  1. I needed a quick bumble bee costume for myself & my son. We grabbed a couple of black & yellow t-shirts, cut them up, swapped the stripes & sewed them back together.

    sd_staves@yahoo.com

  2. What a wonderful package !!! Would love to win it!
    The only t-shirt make over I did was to transform an old t-shirt into a purse….can’t wait to do more things !! Thank you for the give away!!
    morticia111@gmail.com

  3. This book looks amazing!!! The only thing I have done so far was remove the trip and cuffs from a different shirt and add them to an existing shirt. But I would LOVE 101 other ideas – thanks! bugruder at gmail dot com

  4. i had an awesome jersey material tie dye skirt that I needed a shirt for. I found a jersey sheet set that was the perfect color. I made fabric flowers out of one of the sheets and sewed them to a white tee. They were awesome!

    Cathy
    cwilburn@comcast.net

  5. My kids love learning skills they can apply to real life situations. One of my girls was given a t-shirt that was too small to be comfortable for her to wear and so we cut it up and made it work. She was able to wear the shirt but in a way that worked for her style choice.

    We love that you have come up with new ways to restyle shirts, that works for adults and teens alike. We look forward to reading more about your new projects and books and would love to win a copy of this book.

  6. I love the happie bird tee so cute but I’m a bird lover. I just love you and Steve I watch you guys all the time I have set to record so I never miss anything. Thanks for a chance to win
    Hugs
    Debbie
    mrs.deb@sbcglobal.net

  7. wHAT A gREAT gIVEAWAY! My favorite design where the ones I did for my daughters birthday party give a way gifts! I used the plaid peace sign stencil

  8. My favorite tee recycle was something I made for my girls. When they were little they loved wearing my husband’s tees as nightgowns, so I used fusible web and stuck pretty fabric appliques on the shirts, used glue-on jewels, and put ruffles around the bottom and on the sleeves. They loved the new nighties…needless to say my husband was no longer interested in wearing the shirts himself. 😉

  9. My favorite tees were a couple of years ago when I decided my kids and I really needed to tiedye! I got us each 2 tees and 5 different colors of dye. We got out the rubber bands and went to town! I still have the kids’ tees, even though they grew out of them, because it’s such a great memory, and yes, I still where mine to this day!!
    jwitt33 at live dot com

  10. I just attempted my first t-shirt makeover! I made a shrug out of an old t-shirt. It’s a bit rough but, I have a taste for re-dos and a need for decent equipment. 🙂

  11. That would be my awesome maternity top which upon my daughter’s request became her dress and when we got tired of it as a dress I turned into a beautiful flowy skirt for her. Now, that’s up-cycling in my book 😉
    naslyyadid(at)gmail(dot)com

  12. My favorite tee-shirt project, even after 35 years, is my first attempt at tie-dying. My college roommates and I had little money for Christmas gifts, so all of us made tie-dye t-shirts for our family members. My dad wore his at least once whenever I was home (along with his love beads). I inherited both when he died 6 years ago and often wear them myself.

  13. Wow! That is some giveaway! The last time I tried to makeover a t-shirt with stains it ended up in the rag bag. I need some more practice….

  14. I guess I’m new at t-shirt makeovers…I tried once to turn my favorite tee into a pillow and it wasn’t exactly a success, but I’d love to try new ideas! Thanks!

  15. I have done several t-shirt revamps. I am currently saving up special t-shirts that are getting a little battered for a quilt. My favorite is a Cats t-shirt (from the musical) that I slashed up on the sleeves and lower torso part. I thought all of the slashes worked well with the Cats motif. I get compliments on it every time I wear it. 🙂 I would love to get some more ideas from your book. Thanks for the giveaway!

  16. i just makeover a long sleeve shirt into sleeveless because the sleeve have a hole and i love the shirt. I don’t like to throw the shirt so I just turn it into sleeveless so it can still be wear. perfect for summer season

    gustosagiveaways atymaildotcom

  17. My recent project and favorite shirt I have done was for my neighbor. He gave me a white and pink thick striped shirt (loved that he rocked the pink) that he was getting bored of. He asked if I could do anything to make him love it again. I’m a crafty person, so I was excited to take this project I have never done before. I don’t know why, but this shirt reminded me of Charlie Brown, which inspired me. The shirt definitely needed a image on the front. With Charlie Brown in my head and the urge to make the shirt have a punk style; I sketched a punk version head of Charlie Brown. He had more hair that was scruffy, conniving eyes, a nose ring and his tongue stuck out. I took a black fabric marker and drew that bad boy onto the shirt. Then I outlined the pink lines with black. But something was missing, and then a another random inspiration came up. When I think of the word “PUNK” I also think of a British guy. When a British guys gets angry at someone (no offense) the say “Piss off”. So on the back right side of the shirt at the bottom I wrote “Piss Off”. Completely random, I know, but it was a lot of fun. The shirt came out awesome, I would have kept it if he didn’t want it. He liked it so much that he gave me more shirts to change. It doesn’t seem fair to use a black fabric marker again. Once I saw your 101 Tees I thought this defiantly is my next craft book and obviously the book to help me get through the next 5 t-shirts. :-)I hope you enjoyed my story and I hope to win 🙂 Thank you.

  18. Thank-you for a very thoughtful giveaway.
    Landing pads on my T shirt..not fashion statements but shoulder pads to protect me from my pet bird. He considers me his mobile tree and loves to be in on the action from the best vantage point:) jil weftandwarp (at) hotmail (dot) com

  19. My make over was for my granddaughter(age 4)…she loves wearing dresses/skirts, so I cut a t-shirt and made her a skirt. I decorated with a Clorox pen. She loves it.

  20. My favortie t-shirt remodel was one of my husbands t-shirts that he never wore, I turned it into a tank top shirt that I can wear to the gym (since it is two sizes too big—I can’t stand tight clothes when I work out). It is super comfy and it motivates me to never to be able to fit into it (hehe).

    aleigh
    aleighoop@ msn.com

  21. I think my favorite t-shirt recycle that I have done is to turn them into teddy bear underwear… complete with a little hole for the bears tail to stick out. I like to do this with characters on the legs for my boys’ to dress up their bears with.