Plain Shirt? Use Permanent Markers!
I found this yellow shirt on a clearance rack for $1! It wasn't really my style either, but by using a permanent marker I created a fun new shirt. You can see more of my crazy creations here
For this shirt I used the following: A Yellow shirt - I found mine at Walmart on clearance for $1 A black sharpie or fabric paint Wax paper
Put the wax paper in the shirt to stop the marker or paint from going through to the other side of the shirt. Start by drawing a zig zag on the bottom end of the shirt. Then map out with dots the second zig zag line.
Finish drawing the zig zag.
Color in the zig zag. Let it dry and then do the other side. Kids could have a lot of fun with this idea as well.
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- Permanent marker
- Wax paper
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