Bunny Shirt for Kids

Bunny Shirt for Kids

Make the kids "hoppy" this spring with a T-shirt, painted with a cute bunny in glittery paint.

Bunny Shirt for Kids

Materials:

DecoArt Products Required
Americana Brushes

  • DBL1002-B - Liner 2
  • DBF3012-B - Shader 12

SoSoft Fabric Acrylics

  • DSS1 - White
  • DSS24 - Lamp Black
  • DSS57 - Baby Pink Deep

SoSoft Fashion Sequins Writer

  • SFS05C - Pink Spritz
  • SFS08C - Blue Glitz


Supplies

  • Pattern here
  • Tracing paper
  • Transfer pen
  • Iron with low-heat setting
  • Shirtboard or cardboard covered with plastic wrap
  • Foam plate
  • Water container
  • Masking tape or T-pins
  • 100% cotton blend T-shirt in color of your choice


Instructions:

Wash and dry shirt without fabric softeners before painting. Insert shirtboard or covered cardboard to prevent paint bleeding through shirt. Secure with masking tape or T-pins. Draw your bunny design onto tracing paper. Flip over pencil-traced design and outline with transfer pen. Position design and transfer pen-side down onto fabric with iron using low-heat setting. Carefully lift paper to reveal design.

1. Using 12 shader brush, fill in bunny ears and nose with Baby Pink Deep. Let dry.
2. Fill in rest of areas, excluding eyes, with White. Let dry.
3. Use Pink Spritz Fashion Sequins to fill in over top of Baby Pink Deep ears and nose. Use Blue Glitz to fill inside eyes. Let dry.
4. Using liner brush, outline head and eyes with Lamp Black. Let dry.

 

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Just in time for Easter! This idea would be so cute for siblings to wear together! For extra fun, add some yarn whiskers to the bunny by stitching it on with a straight or zig zag stitch! Or perhaps even a little bow on one ear made with fabric for your little girl bunny! So easy and so fun to make!

Just what I was looking for. Cant wait to get to the store to buy supplies to try it out

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