the little Lisa, a friend's daughter had a birthday last week. Most of my friends are very excited about all the T-shirt refashion and have been requesting that I make some for them. Lisa got a small present that she wished for and two t-shirts and a monster plushly with function.
Lisa loves monsters, so a monster shirt was a must. This one is made with the freezer paper and fabric paint technique. I will show you below how to do it.
Front with 3D paint and some flitter.
Back with glitter paint
The second T-Shirt is made using the iron- on flocked foil from Silhouette with an exchangeable flower. Will explain to you below how to make this one.
Because I never come empty- handed when there is a second child in the house, Lisa's sister Julia also got one.
Last but not least the cool Moster Plushy with function. His name is Brutus Wehus Tutus von bis and zur Auagone. He is stuffed with a removable "hot- and- cold pack pillow. i will be sharing a tutorial on the 10th of October on J&M Eyecyndy during their Scare Team series.
So let me show u how I made the moster shirt...
First I cut the stencil out of freezer paper. I used a design that I bought from Silhouette. I cut the design with my silhouette, but you can certainly use an exacto knife. Second, iron the stencil onto a pre- washed shirt of your choice.
Apply your paint with a sponge applicator and set to dry. I added some flitter into the still wet paint.
Iron according to the instructions to puff up and fix the paint.
I made another stencil for the back of the shirt with the text: " Monster number 7, Lisa" as Lisa turned 7. for this stencil I used glitter paint that was applied in the same manner as the one for the front.
For the second shirt(s) I used the flocked iron on material that I also cut with the silhouette. The design I drew up myself. Remember those? I had some of the flowers that I made weeks ago. I attached a sew on snap onto the shirt, made a ribbon covered hairpin to which I also attached a snap on button. One more button on the flower(s) and the "feine dame" (German) - fancy lady is finished.