My girls love seeing what's new on craftster and always want to do something to be on here (they are my models for many of my other projects but they want to have their own project up here)
So I decided we should make some t-shirts!
We bought shirts off the clearance rack...none of them cost more than $4.
We used bleach to create a background and then freezer paper stencils to create the design which we painted with fabric paint. Since I had freezer paper, bleach and fabric paint...we made three shirts for about $12!
The girls told me what they wanted on their shirt and we brainstormed the design...then I drew it and cut the stencils. They did the bleach spray and painting. It took about two layers of stencils for each and some detail painting. The girls did a great job sticking with it and following through! Plus they got to see how many steps it takes to create a shirt like this.
On to the great projects....
My middle daughter loves purple and panda's so she is over the moon about this shirt...
My youngest has a little big eyed doll that she wanted on her shirt. The doll laughs when you press it's tummy...so the shirt says: "ha, ha, ha"
My oldest loves the minions from despicable me and this design came out great!
And here they are together!
Now they have their own project on craftster