DIY - Do It Yourself!

DIY cut-out tee-shirts ✂

OK so here is what I worked on last week (before my computer’s hard drive crashed, and resurrected).   Sorry it took so long before I publish it, I had to go through a  lot of data transfer to be able to finish the video! SO!  Today I bring you this simple but very stylish project, 3 ideas and patterns to resurrect your own shirts.  I first cut-out my own tee-shirt in university a couple years back, my design was a cat’s paw (lol please don’t judge me!), then a few weeks ago I stumbled upon the very rad cross cut-out tee on the Nasty Gal store… and the rest is history.  So, watch the video, download the patterns and go crazy with your scissors and enjoy every minute of it!  Have fun and let me know how it turned out!!! xo Ari


Click here to download the cross pattern (one page left, one page right)  You need to print this on a 8,5″ x 14″ sized paper!!!

Click here to download the ribcage pattern (one page left, one page right)  You need to print this on a 8,5″ x 14″ sized paper!!!

Click here to download the heart pattern (one page left one page right) You need to print this on a 8,5″ x 11″ sized paper!!!


  1. I love the idea .. now im trying to do one ribcage on my shirt .. but i cant believe that 14 inch are long enough when i want to do it on my t-shirt .
    Should i do 18 inch ? or are 14 just perfect ?

      1. You were right: it depends on how tall one is. In my case 16 » were perfect :) Thank you for sharing your idea.. by the way this has been the first DIY i ever did so ARE an inspiration. grettings from germany :)

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  3. Omg i love the ribcage and the cross <3 totally going to try, saw the cross online but it was over priced. What kind of shit do you have to use ?

  4. Awesome site you have here but I was curious if
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  5. Speaking of shy (my middle name ), what do you wear under these types of shirts? I could see it for bathing suit cover up, but otherwise, how could I wear these cutout designs? I don’t know how to sew, but do you think it could work to use fabric glue to stick on fabric/lace on the inside?

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