We made these shirts two years ago when my kids were 3 and 2, and I loved them! When they were outgrown, I cut them up and made them into the world's longest throw pillow, which is now sitting on my entryway bench. I've been walking past that throw pillow all week thinking that we needed to do the shirts again. So I took shirts over to my friend Annette's house today for our kids to paint.
Super easy! Kids put left hand prints in blue fabric paint on the upper left of the shirt, and then took off running. Mamas painted the red stripes with a foam brush. I had intended to let the kids thumb print their red stripes on, but they were wiggly and wanted to get in the pool.
Hey there! I'm Erin, married to my favorite chemical engineer, living in the NOLA 'burbs. I'm a homeschooling mama to a seven-year-old boy and six-year-old boy/girl twins. I make time for crafting because the creative outlet keeps me sane. Thanks for stopping by!