How to Save Money on Kids’ Clothing
Find creative ways to repurpose old clothing. When your kid’s legs are getting too long for those footie pajamas, cut off the feet–your little one won’t mind her feet sticking through and wearing those PJs for another six months. Snag these onesie extenders, which for the price of a couple new onesies, can add a size onto your babies’ whole existing wardrobe. One mom we know repurposed a moth-eaten sweater into arm warmers by cutting off the sleeves. Cut the toes off of outgrown socks, and turn them into little ankle warmers (girls love these, especially when the pattern on the sock is cute). You get the idea–just take a fresh look at your kids’ expiring wardrobe to get some new spins on the items.
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