DIY Tutorial - How to Make Torn Jeans for Kids
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Finally, some custom made clothing for my baby girl. I actually made these a couple years ago for Zander but his thighs were too chunky to squeeze into them. Needless to say, I was thrilled that they fit my petite little Zoey so well.
I felt like a proud mama today seeing my little girl play and take her first few wobbly steps in the jeans I worked so hard on. This was one of the first pairs of pants I made so it was a huge accomplishment for me.
For those interested, I followed this tutorial from Dana Made It to make the pants. To achieve the ripped effect, I watched this you tube video.
Hope this inspires you to make something for your little one – or yourself!
Here are some materials you can use to make these:
Here are some other fun DIY tutorials you might enjoy:
- Baby boots
- Baby shoes with a reversible insole (that look alike Toms shoes)
- Baby bib
- Big kid bib
- Baby burp cloth
- Diaper clutch
- Baby Pacifier leash
- Baby 2-in-1 Car seat canopy and baby blanket
- Baby Soft block toy
- Baby Shower diaper motorcycle
- Baby Tag blanket
- Boys and Girls' Nursery ideas
- Playroom ideas
- Party ideas
- Crochet beanie with ear flaps
- Baby crib shoes
- Kids' torn jeans
- Girls' summer dress
- Kids' Reversible bucket hat
- Kids' reversible hoodie
- Kids' long sleeve shirt made from old shirts
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