CD pieces decorated collar Shirt: Hey kids! Heard about upcycling? Yes! Do not waste resource and start recreating new products out of old. Have your favourite old solid colour shirt? Here is a simple and easy DIY where you can stylish your old shirt by decorating the collar instead of buying a new one.

All you need is ….

  • Old Shirt

  • Scissor

  • Fabric glue

  • A gas stove and a vessel to boil

  • Used two old CDs

  • A Towel

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So yeah! Let’s begin.

To create…..

  • Take a vessel on which the CDs can fit and pour a glass of water. Immerse the CDs in the hot water for 5 minutes as shown below.

NOTE: Adult guidance is mandatory to use the Gas Stove for boiling.

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  • After 5 minutes, take out the CDs from the water and wipe the water using towel.

  • Cut the CDs into two halves.

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  • Now the bottom and top layer of the CDs gets separated easily. Leave the transparent top layer and use the bottom.

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  • Now cut the bottom into different triangular shapes and sizes that suits your collar.

  • Once the CD pieces are cut start sticking it on your collar.

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  • Now let it dry for 3 hours and your recreated favourite shirt is ready to wear 🙂

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Hope you like this tutorial.

Click Here to download step by step full tutorial.

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T. Janani
Paper and pencil are the basic needs to start my day. Yes, I’m a design research student who loves craft, textile and fashion. Pursuing my higher studies in same field is helping me to come up with innovative and creative products. Creating crafts is my passion and I would like to explore new things each and every day. Observing different things around me and drawing inspiration from it is a habit of mine and I love cooking different food cuisines apart from my passion for craft, textile and fashion design. Writing about my crafts would complete my work and would create a platform to share my ideas.

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