the one with the cat print

the one with the cat print

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jeans . blazer . watch . ballet flats

Let’s be real for a second. I’m a complete DIY’er my thought is always to DIY before it is to buy. And I HATE hiring someone else to do anything for me. Sometimes I end knowing it wasn’t worth it, and sometimes I even spend more money than if I would have just bought it. Sometimes I spend way less money, but it just doesn’t turn out ok.  That is what happened here with my cat print shirt. But sometimes they don’t turn out ok, but I still use it and rock it. Because life isn’t always perfect, and it shouldn’t look it, right?! Right.

I always like to have a new t-shirt for Halloween to wear around. One that’s simple and is a neutral color so I can dress it up or dress it down. But this year I just couldn’t find one I liked well enough to spend $20 or even $10 on. So I decided to make it. You can find the tutorial here on my crafty spot. It was easy, and inexpensive. Plus it gave me the pleasure of saying I made it. And that’s the main point of DIY right. It is for me . . .

Are you a DIY’er?

2 comments

  1. Leelee says:

    Last year I bought a cat print cardigan and I wore it to school. As the kids were packing up to leave at the end of the day, one asked me if there was a cat on my sweater. Yes. The cats have been on my sweater all day.

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