T-shirts made with my kindergarten class- fun and super easy! They loved them! I put letter stickers on the front for the Brickies (our HS mascot) and their names on the back, and they used Fabric Spray Paint by Tulip, then peeled off the letter stickers.

DIY t-shirt upcycle using Tulip Fabric Spray Paints. Worked perfectly and turned out absolutely beautiful!

Monster Blow Painting - an easy art idea - what a fun activity for a kids' Halloween party! (Think I'm gonna try this at our next play date).

Allie's t-shirt she made at the party. The Tulip spray bottles were difficult for the kids to spray. Next time I'd put the paint in a kid friendly spray bottle

Legoland lego t-shirts- Front Steps: Need white t-shirts, spray fabric paint, letter stickers (scrapbooking area), and cardboard 1. Place piece of cardboard between 2 layers of fabric in shirt 2. Place letter stickers on shirt 3. Cut out strips of cardboard and tape together to make various sizes of rectangles 3. Lay rectangles on shirt - no need to tape or stick onto shirt in any way 4. I used kid's circle stickers to make the circles- attach these. 5. Spray each area a different…

Put a paper heart/sticker in the center of your child's palm AFTER you paint their hand... then press to paper! Frame one for each child. Perfect for The Kissing Hand!

Who doesn't love tie-dye? This is a lot easier than you'd think- purchase Batik fabric from your local fabric store, and cut out shirt shapes. Then, use puffy paint to write names on them!

Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas
Search