If you’re struggling to keep the little ones entertained over the school holidays why not get their creativity flowing by designing a tee. A great way to keep them busy, it’s also a great indoor activity for when the weather isn’t playing along.
Check out some examples that our team prepared for us with our Blue Ink range and tips on how they did it below.
Roughly fold fabric flowers into thirds, then sew onto your tee.
Cut a thin green straw into 1cm pieces and sew in between each flower.
Soak your white t-shirt in green dye for a few hours. Rinse and allow it to completely dry. Twist the t-shirt in desired way (Google has plenty of designs to choose from) and apply rubber bands to hold in shape.
Apply small amounts of blue dye from a squirt bottle making sure there are still areas of green showing.
Let it dry.
Printable Transfer Paper
Copy a favourite piece of artwork onto special printable transfer paper using an inkjet printer.
Iron onto your Blue Ink Tee.
Cut out your shapes from a piece of self-adhesive paper.
Stick the stencil onto your t-shirt and apply paint to the cut out areas.
Once dry, remove the stencil and paint in the details.