Stop Motion Shirt Reconstruction

Well I’ve been down and out with a solid week of food poisoning so I don’t have a finished cloud dress to show you today but instead I wanted to share this super awesome video made by my intern Maggie. I was pretty much in disbelief when she showed this to me for the first time, I mean, it’s a stop motion tutorial for refashioning a button down shirt, it does not get cooler than this! If you dig this video you can check out Maggie’s YouTube channel and FB page Adventures in Crafting for more videos. She’s a really fun, talented lady and I know she’s got some really great video ideas up her sleeve so you’ll definitely want to check back to see what she’s up to!

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14 Responses to Stop Motion Shirt Reconstruction

  1. LLBB says:

    Super nice video!!!

  2. anto says:

    wow, her video is awesome! I can’t believe she did it all in stop motion.

  3. maddie says:

    oh wow! That is super cool! How is the world she made that is beyond me. Thanks for sharing and I hope you feel better!

  4. Semtele says:

    Great video, I really like the part with the machine

  5. Wendy says:

    Brilliant, what a fab idea!

  6. Lou says:

    Hands down the kewlest Tut-Vid I’ve seen!!! Can’t WAIT to go home and try this!!!

  7. KristenMakes says:

    That is amazing! Fantastic work by Maggie!

  8. indigorchid says:

    Way to go Maggie! That is a pretty hilarious video, and then I realized I thought which Maggie it was, and she was. Yey for interns, and talented ones at that!

  9. Jenn says:

    This is great! What a fun way to watch a shirt reconstructions. Good Job, Maggie!

  10. Sallie says:

    That was amazing!! Thank you so much for sharing and feel better!!

  11. Julie says:

    what! that video is amazing!! I was totally enthralled. I’m so sorry that you’ve had food poisioning! that sucks, it’s so totally dibilitating. :(

  12. lsaspacey says:

    Wow! So cool. Can you please ask her how long it took her to put that together? Wow.

    • I’m pretty sure she said that it took about 2 days to film the video and do the editing. She’s a pretty awesome lady right? That would have taken me literally forever, though I never would have come up with it in the first place!

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