Monday, December 8, 2014


Hey guys!
How are you doing? Here's another DIY for you. Today I will show you how to make a backbone cut-out shirt and it's really easy and fun to do. So if you have any oversized tee that you don't use or wear anymore then change your tee into a new piece. I hope you'll like this tutorial. Enjoy.

What you'll need
- A t-shirt
- A white pencil
- Scissors

Let's begin
1. First we change the t-shirt into a tanktop (if you don't want a tanktop then skip this step). You can choose to have low-cutted armpit or just a normal armpit cut. I went for a low-cutted armpit. Put on your t-shirt and outline the part you want to cut off with a white pencil. Then lay down your t-shirt and start cutting the lines that you just drew on the t-shirt.

2.  Now it's time to draw the bones on the back. Turn your tanktop to the back and start drawing the backbone. You can search on the internet for guide photo or just randomly draw it. I used an image to help me guide the lines of the backbone.

3. Take your scissors and start cutting around the white lines. Make a little cut in the middle of the 'bone' and then start cutting it from there.

5. Rinse your tee with warm water to get rid of the white pencil on the tee and let it dry. If the tee is completely dry, you're done!

And here some photo's of one of my best friends Dorana wearing the cut out tanktop:

I hope you liked this quick and easy DIY. Please stay tuned for more posts soon.
Will work on it and also on my current blog design! Thank you always for reading and following my blog.
Much appreciated :) I love you all!

PS: I got a new blog design now, but I'm still working on it. Also, I have a new page called Categories. Nothing special but I just wanted to announce it :)

Have a nice day.

Love, Elli


  1. This turned out so so well. Thank you for sharing it!

  2. Hey Elli ^^
    great diy AGAIN! I love to read your posts. I think the new blog design is great. It looks more mature and totally suits your style !
    Greetings from Germany ;*

  3. YES! Definitely in love with your blog!

  4. omg that's great! i'll try it on the next tshirt haha

    1. Thanks! Let me know how it turned out ^__^

  5. That's such a great and easy way to spice up an old shirt! *_* Thanks for sharing. <3

  6. Elli, you're so creative! Maybe I'll try this out on one of my shirts~ I adore this idea so much omg Thanks so much for sharing this DIY~

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  7. lovely diy :-))

    xoxo Alice

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  9. Love this DIY~! The shirt you uses is super cute <3


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