These t-shirts were one of the most fun projects I’ve done with the girls this month. They’re easy, cute, affordable, and I smile every time I see them wearing their adorable artwork. I’m seriously considering buying a few more t-shirts for myself so I can wear some of their drawings.
The supply list is really basic:
T-shirt (We bought ours at Michaels for $2 each, and the quality is decent.)
Quality crayons (We used Crayola)
Fine grain sandpaper (We found a multi-pack at the Dollar Tree)
So first, draw your design on the sandpaper, then go back over the design to really give a thick coating of crayon. I went over the girls designs several times to make sure it would transfer well. (Can you guess who drew which?)
To set the image, throw in the dryer or use a blow dryer for 15-20 minutes.
I love the antenna on the ladybug. Madeline explained as she drew them that “they were blowing in the wind.” 🙂
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