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Turn T-shirt Into Cute Bag

This cute project allows you to turn any t-shirt, even a tank top, into a super cute bag. And you can do it in about 10 minutes or less!
Find one of your boyfriend's t-shirts that you love.
Wash it to death to rid it of your boyfriend's stank.
Trim the sleeves.
Turn inside out and sew the waist together.
Turn it right side out.
If my instructions were impossible to follow, then you can watch this short informative video by Chana Putnam on YouTube. If you get into some SERIOUS trouble for stealing one of your boyfriend's shirts, DO NOT blame me! haha <3
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