Thursday, October 24, 2013

Quick Crafts With Big Results #4: Halloween Tees

Want to make a craft that is all treat and no tricks?


Try this simple and quick tee shirt craft, perfect for gift giving- I would love it on a onesie as well, or perhaps on a tea towel, maybe a pillowcase...

Here's what you will need:


-Clean tee shirts, in either white, orange, or black
-Tulip black fabric paint
-Sponge brush
-Cardboard scraps
-Scissors
-Some tape

1. Using a marker, draw out your shapes to make. I made ghost and pumpkin facial features.



2. Carefully cut out the shapes, taping any slits closed from your cuttings.

3. Position a piece of cardboard inside the shirt to protect from paint leakage.



4. Holding a piece of cardboard with the nose or mouth first to ensure even placement, tap the foam brush in some paint and paint the stencil.




5. Remove carefully, and continue to paint in the additional stencil pieces.




6. When complete, move t-shirt with cardboard liner somewhere safe and allow to dry completely.

7. The paint is washable in cold water, tumble dry low.

8. Give your boo-tiful gift to your favorite ghouls and goblins!


 

 
 
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