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Half the Earth Shirt

This planet-inspired Half the Earth Shirt designed by Lauri Eaton for I Love to Create is a fun craft because only half the earth is painted on each shirt. When two people stand side by side, they complete the picture. It is a cool DIY craft to make with a friend to celebrate Earth Day. Make use of a plain white t-shirt by painting a planet on it for some creative collaboration with a friend. Being green has never been so easy.

Half The Earth Shirt



Tulip Shimmer Fabric Paint:

  • C1   Shimmer Blue 
  • C1   Shimmer Crystalina 

Tulip Beads in a Bottle Paint:

  • C1   Semiprecious 

Tulip Fabric Paintbrushes

Tulip Soft Fabric Paint:

  • C1   Cool Blue 
  • C1   Glacier White 
  • C1   Holiday Green  
  • C1   Lime  
  • C1   Marine Blue  
  • C1   Royal Blue 


  •       Scissors
  •       Freezer paper
  •       2 White T-shirts
  •       Stiff paper or cardboard for pattern
  •       Iron
  •       Pencil


  1. Iron freezer paper to underside of left side of one T-shirt, underside of right side of the other T-shirt to create a stable painting surface.
  2.  Use pencil to lightly trace globe pattern on both T-shirts, with land shapes facing the same direction on both shirts.
  3. Use paintbrushes to fill in water areas with Royal Blue. Shade with Cool Blue, Marine Blue and Glacier White. Let dry.
  4. Fill in land areas with Holiday Green and accent with Lime. Let dry.
  5. Accent around outside of entire globe with Shimmer Crystalina. Accent water areas with Shimmer Blue. Accent land areas with Shimmer Lime and Shimmer Green. Let dry.
  6. Use Tulip® Beads in a Bottle Semiprecious Silver to accent around globe. Let dry.
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