I’ve been making festive t-shirts for my kiddos for years. This time around I thought I would give the reins over to them. I have to say, I think they did a pretty good job.
What you need to make one yourself….
T-shirt (I usually pre-wash)T-shirt form (I made my own from cardboard and covered them with plastic bags)
Pencils and/or sponge dabber
Pattern (I copied an image from google and cut it out of cardstock)
My son made his on a green shirt with white paint.
My girls made theirs on white shirts with different shades of green paints.
Slide your shirt over the t-shirt form to keep your fabric smooth and flat. This will also keep any paint from go through to the back of the shirt. Print out an image the size you need, cut it out and use the glue stick to hold it in place on your shirt while you work.
Put a little bit of paint on a paper plate and you’re ready to start dabbing around the edges of your pattern. As soon as you are done painting, peel the paper pattern off and set aside to dry.
Oh the concentration.
Thinking, thinking, thinking.
Voila!!! Job well done.