DIY Summer T-Shirt Series: Draw Something Nautical On It


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Even if you’re landlocked this summer and won’t be anywhere near the sea, you can still rock the nautical look with this cute hand-drawn, life preserver T-shirt.

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All you need is a white T-shirt, a blue fine line permanent marker, a large coffee can lid, a small coffee can lid and a magazine.

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Click here for the rest of the tutorial.

And……….how ’bout another giveaway.

I just love it when you comment on my posts. It’s so fun for me to know who is reading them and to hear what you think. I want to thank you for taking the time to do that, so to be entered to win on Saturday, August 2, click here to check out my tutorial and let me know what you think by leaving a comment. Thanks so much!

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And kudos to my cute DIL for hanging out with me on a Saturday to draw and be a model for the first time EVAH.

Thanks Heather, you did great!

For more refashion inspiration:

Easy DIY Refashion Tutorials

About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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18 Responses to DIY Summer T-Shirt Series: Draw Something Nautical On It

  1. Anny says:

    Sending this to my granddaughter who loves nautical themes and is having fun this summer thrifting and upcycling tees.

  2. Thanks Annie! I always appreciate your encouragement! Have a wonderful Sunday!

  3. Mother Deer says:

    Another cute project, Beth🙂 Seeing the resemblance between your new model and her younger counterpart made me smile. What a handsome family you have!

  4. Margaret says:

    Another cute idea — thanks for the inspiration, Beth!

  5. Amanda says:

    It looks great! I’m not sure mine would look as good as that!

  6. Anonymous says:

    What a great idea! What a beautiful model, I’m kind of partial to her. Can’t wait for your next idea. Penny

  7. Linda Lou B. says:

    Just found your site and really enjoyed the ideas and tutorials, I love redoing clothes into something new, Thank you for giving me new ideas.

  8. SandraR says:

    Great tutorial, but am I brave enough to try out my drawing skills?

  9. This is adorable! This gives me good ideas for all the old plan t-shirts I have. Thanks!

  10. I REALLY want to be able to do this! I’m afraid mine will turn out looking like the melting clocks picture! Adorable!

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