Upcycle your old t shirts into baby bibs #How-To & DIY#babies#diy November 7 | Guest post by Rebecca Photos and tutorial by Rebecca. When my son was born, I had the biggest distaste for baby bibs. I hated how "babyish" they looked, yet I knew how functional they were for drool, food, and so on. So, I came up with an alternative: bibs made out of upcycled shirts! So much better. You can make these with either adult graphic tees or toddler button-down shirts. What you need Bib patterns found here and here Adult graphic tees or toddler-sized button-down shirts Scissors Sewing machine Paper Velcro To read the tutorial, head over to Rebecca's blog! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Guest post written by Rebecca http://betterlifebags.com/ PREVIOUS Make party-ready votives out of funky gourds NEXT The Dog House Sofa: helping you share your couch with your furry friends without actually having to Show/Hide comments [ 6 ] OK,SO CUTE! I totally want to make adult-sized ones for lobster/chicken wing/spaghetti night – or am I the only one who ruins all her shirts while twirling pasta/scarfing wings/cracking claws? 7 agree Reply Brilliant!! Reply Love love love! I might even get my husband to donate some of his holey-armpit shirts to the cause and get them out of his closet #bonus 2 agree Reply guh. now i am sad that i gave away my awesome tees i don't wear anymore. still, i might have to do this with what's left ('cause my babies are already so much more fly than me). Reply Also a great use for thrift store finds that are too big/small/worn for regular wear but you love the design of. 2 agree Reply Um, AWESOME!!! All over this! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.