Kids can create their own style with these ideas for easy handmade fashions.
Kids can create their own fashion lines by using shoe treads to stamp colorful designs onto T-shirts.
There's just no denying it: 1980s fashions are back in style. Embrace the trend with this classic ribbon barrette.
This simple craft foam belt will add a touch of spring to just about any outfit.
Our easy-to-create -- and customize! -- totes
are fall's must-make accessories for stylish girls.
Transform an elastic hair band into a one-of-a-kind accessory with felted wool made from an old sweater.
Redo boring barrettes with bows, beads and little trinkets
Rev up your backpack! All it takes is a few shiny toy cars and a bit of Velcro with this great craft from Spoonful.com.
To craft this funky satchel, simply fold and glue a brightly hued length of faux fur.
It's a cinch to use sequins and spangles to transform an office-supply staple into a sleek, modern handbag.
These pie-plate gloves make it a breeze to gather -- and toss -- a pile of leaves.
This fuzzy fleece scarf features pockets that double as hand warmers; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
This hat's floppy fringe and foam stars are sure to turn heads on the slopes, the school bus, or anywhere else.
This cozy cap is just the homemade gift to give for fighting brisk winter weather with easy instructions to make.
Turn a sweatshirt into a fashionable new shrug.
Make a cute belt out of an old tie; another great craft idea from Spoonful.com
This pom-pom scarf is incredibly easy to make and super cute to wear; another great craft from Spoonful.
Kids can show their team spirit with these wearable keepsakes -- perfect for belt loops, backpacks, or gym bags.
Jump-start the spring season with these cheery, wearable felt blossoms.
A posy of pinwheeling blooms turns a plain tee into a wearable garden.
This fab and thrifty clothing set starts with a bit of constructive deconstruction on some old T-shirts and ends with an apron, a headband, and a pair of wrist warmers.
Repurpose old wool sweaters by felting the fabric -- shrinking the wool until it's thick and ravel-proof -- and then it's a cinch to create a bevy of stylish bracelets.
A plain bag pops with pizzazz when you add decorative details made from felted wool.
April showers bring faux flowers (or fringe) with this easy springtime craft.
While many hair gels get their strength from synthetic chemicals, our low-tech version does the same job with the natural stickiness of gelatin and water — and we added glitter for some rock star flair.
This cut-and-tie design uses strips of one old shirt to ruffle up another.
To promote harmony -- and recycle a puzzle with missing parts -- stamp a shirt with a clever visual pun.
This custom T-shirt project allows your kids to customize their shirts each day.
Take your pet with you to school -- on your shirt!
Recycle old jeans into a hip over-the-shoulder bag
Directions for making your own lip gloss
Trendsetters won't be able to resist the creative trick of transforming a pillowcase into a sassy skirt (or beach cover-up).
Kids will love this easy-to-make rubber band belt, another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Make your jeans last longer by dressing them up into these cute capris; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Get creative turning wooden chopsticks into unique hair ornaments; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Transform your old jeans with a personal design; another great craft from Spoonful.
Turn your daughter's outgrown jeans into a trendy no-sew denim skirt.
Shirts With Sole
Weave a Barrette
8 Cute Critter Clutches
Hot Rod Backpack Straps
Fabulous Fur Handbag
Pretty Plastic Pocketbook
Key Chain Pennants
Dressed-up Rain Gear
Glittery Hair Gel
Plastic Pocket T-Shirt
Student's Pet Tee
Denim Pocket Purse
Lickety-split Lip Gloss
No-Sew Pillowcase Skirt
Rubber Band Belt
Chopstick Hair Ornaments
Skirting the Pants
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