This Woman Makes Miracles Out of Unusable Clothes
You know how some people seem to just naturally have a higher sense of fashion? Well, those are exactly the people we like to motivate to do an even better job by sharing their amazing accomplishments. This lady you're about to see has made the impossible - bought absolutely uses, ugly pieces of clothes and […]
You know how some people seem to just naturally have a higher sense of fashion? Well, those are exactly the people we like to motivate to do an even better job by sharing their amazing accomplishments. This lady you're about to see has made the impossible - bought absolutely uses, ugly pieces of clothes and ended up working her miracles and making them into trendy, stylish pieces of art. She is so creative that we absolutely felt the need of sharing her art and maybe she'll give you some ideas too and you'll be able to make something out of the clothes you don't really like. Trantham's rule when she's buying her clothes is not to spend more than $10 on any item. After all, the actual point of this is to save money especially considering how much time she puts into each of her transformations.  
 
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DONT @ ME ABOUT THE BROWN PEACOCK APPLIQUÉ 🤣🤣🤣 Jk, I was just so surprised when the people of TikTok got big mad that I took off 🥴 Let’s talk about the real challenges of this dress- 5 layers of tulle and underskirt! This was my second attempt at anything tulle. The first one failed miserably 😂 Also, this dress had a side zipper that I had to take out to size down the bodice. I put it in the back and it does not look... polished. 🤣 Anyway- this was just a fun experiment for me! I love testing my abilities, even when it doesn’t turn out 100%. But, sad news- this was the last dress I got at Goodwill before the shut down. I have other stuff to work on, but it was bittersweet to see this one finished! ❤️

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Happy Valentine’s Day! Here’s my 80s bridesmaid dress turned perfect pink 50s party dress 🥰❤️💕 I hope some of you were able to watch my stories and see this come to life! This dress is made from acetate, and it’s basically like sewing with a plastic table cloth from the dollar store. 🤣 There was a lot of drama. Things that should have been easy became insanely hard, because the fabric rips easily, can not be ironed, has no stretch and is slippery! I started by dismantling the entire dress with a seam ripper. The collar on top was sewn into the top seam of the bodice, so it all had to come a part. I made the straps from pieces I cut off the skirt. I re-used the collar and the bow (thanks for voting on that one guys!) on the waist, and that’s all hand sewn. I TOOK OUT AND PUT IN A ZIPPER. Ahahaha that’s big time for me! It turned out exactly how I pictured it when I tried it on at goodwill. 😭🙌🏻 Now someone invite me somewhere fancy! 🤣 Again, thanks for all the encouragement and participation on my stories, it helped me not give up on her!

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