So you cleaned out your closet and found hundreds of old t-shirts that you don't wear anymore. Maybe you don't want to throw them out because you still love the Mötley Crüe or Taco Bell logos on those shirts? WhatsUpMoms has just the thing. Turn those shirts into tote bags! It's very easy to do and you don't need a sewing machine.

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