It can be really sad watching your kids outgrow their clothing. Sometimes you’ll find that your little ones only wear something for a short period of time before the item is no longer useful. However, there is a way around this! You can recycle your kid’s clothes in so many differing ways. Below we have some awesome clothing ideas for kids that will have their wardrobe summer ready. Furthermore, so many of them are super cheap to replicate which is great for those who are on a strict budget. Take a look and see if any of the projects take your fancy!
These baby bloomers are so adorable! You could make as many as you like with loads of different patterns. Instructions here!
This adorable creation was made from a t-shirt! Find simple to follow steps here.
You probably have loads of readily available body suits that you could transform into stylish dresses! Click here for more information!
Who doesn’t love a cute bow? Transform a shirt into a skirt in just a few simple steps! A tutorial can be found here.
As the title suggests, this piece is so simple to replicate! Here’s a helpful video to show you how things are done.
Multiple Pattern Dress
We love this idea! It’s a great way to salvage pieces of clothing that your child has grown out of. The design possibilities are endless! Helpful instructions can be found here.
Using just one t-shirt, you could fashion a full set of pajamas! Find out how here.
How adorable is the dress below? We’re surprised it started as a pillowcase! If you want to take on this project, you can find the helpful steps here.
One of the easiest clothing transformations you can make is turning a pair of trousers into a pair of shorts. Here you can find some helpful tips.
You could make your child’s pants much more interesting with a few simple alterations. Instructions here!
Skirt With Shorts Attached
This awesome combo comes in so handy for warm weather! This one you see below cost only $1 to create! See how it was made here.
No-Sew Tutu Skirt
So many kids love tutu skirts. You could create your own version that doesn’t even require any sewing! Find a tutorial here.