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  • Shawna Rush

    Easy DIY shirt for kids!!!

  • Andrea Coleman

    super simple sandpaper printing technique that will keep your kids busy and make one cute shirt! The best part about this fun little craft is that the supplies were bought at the Dollar Store, even the T-shirt! We used crayons we already had so we only spent $2.00 on our new T-shirt.   Supplies for Sandpaper Prints good quality crayons, a t-shirt, iron and fine sand paper. Our package of sandpaper had a selection and we used the f...

  • Gaia

    Sandpaper Printed T-shirt Kids Craft: color on sandpaper and iron onto tshirt

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Kids did this in Kindergarten...they LOVED it! Draw on sandpaper with crayon, turn upside down, iron onto T-shirt. how proud will kids be to wear their original art designs!

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Tshirt craft Color a design on a piece of sand paper. Place on a tshirt (design will be reversed) with an iron cloth. Iron on cotton setting transferring picture to the tshirt. Remove sand paper and iron again with cloth to set the design. Toss in dryer to finish the process.

wow- had no idea this was possible. Draw on sandpaper with crayolas iron the image on to a t-shirt. My sis totally needs to do this with her awesome art!

Color a design on coarse sandpaper. Color hard and thick. Remind your child the image will be reversed. Place cardboard inside t-shirt. Place sandpaper onto t-shirt with colored side down. Put parchment paper or paper towel on top and iron on cotton setting for 30 seconds. Iron it with paper towel on top to remove extra wax. Toss in dryer for 20 minutes to set color.

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Color on sandpaper with crayon, then iron. The result will look very similar to sand art, but without the mess.

  • Romy Polizotto

    This method also resembles pointilism. It's fun to show little ones George Suerat paintings and have them look at all the dots with a magnifying glass.

Great craft project for the kids, and then could glue a magnet to the back and send as gifts for the grandparents :)

Draw on sandpaper with crayon, turn upside down, iron onto T-shirt. Jack would be so proud to wear a tshirt he designed himself.