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Let’s Get Crafty

Let’s Get Crafty

In a time where everyone has an opinion our little ones deserve a voice too! Let them express themselves for the upcoming school year by making their own doodle tees. A great way for them to get creative and express themselves in a happy motivating way. Something they can wear proudly. Going forward with school this fall will be a new experience for us all and we should always do what we can to spread kindness, happiness, and love. So grab some blank tees old or new, some sharpie markers or fabric markers, cardboard, and imagination!

MATERIALS YOU’LL NEED:

  • Blank tees
  • Sharpie markers/fabric markers
  • Cardboard
  • Rubber bands
  • Dye
  • Gloves

DOODLE TEES & TIE DYE SOCKS INSTRUCTIONS:

Make sure your tees are washed and dry. Figure out what you want to draw or write and place cardboard between your shirts so no marker bleeds through. Start by figuring out what colors you want to use and what graphic you want for each shirt. Once your cardboard and vision is in place you can start doodling your t-shirts! Once all of your doodles are done you can give them a quick wash and dry.

Another great way to add a bit more excitement to your daily school wear is making your very own rad tie dye socks! Roll them up, band them with rubber bands, and add your dye (make sure you wear some gloves!) The possibilities are endless. Rinse them under cold water after the dye sets in, squeeze the water out and hang them dry. Wear them with your new school shoes, mix and match them, use them for your pencils, however you decide to rock your socks I hope you are proud of who you are and what you create!

BY THE WAY.

Have fun creating and don’t ever be afraid to just be you!

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Love,

Caitlin Peck

Visit @thelittlebungalow for more fun projects to keep you inspired and busy!

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