Monday, October 25, 2010

Donut Destroyer

We made it home from our trip "Up North".  I'll try to get some pictures up in the next couple of days.  Until then, here is a shirt that I made for Willem, recently.


My son Will can eat a donut like nobody's business.  He earned the nickname 'Donut Destroyer'.  So in honor of him, I made a shirt.


Dorky picture, I know.  But the best I could get.
I made it using freezer paper stencils.  Super Easy!  If you can cut out a shape, you can stencil it onto fabric.


Freezer paper has one waxed side and one paper side.  All you need to do is cut out your shape, iron the paper to your shirt, and paint.  I used a make-up sponge and some tulip fabric paints for this project. I used the same method for Ellie's Ruffle Shirt.



Keeping It Simple

Making

3 comments:

Mindy said...

That's a great shirt! I (almost) wish I had one like it in my size! ;-)

Anita said...

I think it's good enough for commercial sales!
Will and I have many things in common, however the difference in metabolism keeps me from indulging... :(

Dani @ Just Drops in the Bucket said...

Oh Em Gee! So going to make one of these for my hubby. What a great tip with the freezer paper.

-dani