Hello there friends!
Welcome to another Tot School Tuesday with myself and See Vanessa Craft!
We dedicate Tuesdays to fun and even educational activities that we can do with our tots and preschoolers.
Today I am going to share a sort of “upcycle” project that my preschooler and I worked on yesterday. My daughter has a couple of shirts that still fit her and are in good condition, but that have a couple of little stains on them. I hate to let good clothes go to waste, so we improvised and made it into a fun craft.
We just stamped right over those silly little stains!
*Depending on the age of your child will determine the amount of help/assistance you will give them.
Place cardboard inside the shirt to prevent paint bleeding through.
Paint the fabric stamp with the sponge brush and allow your little to stamp the shirt. I even allowed my preschooler to paint the stamp.
Remember to press the stamp straight down on the shirt and lift straight up.
We used 3 colors of fabric paint, but you can use as many as you desire.
Be sure to read the directions on your fabric paint.
Pastels and owls. Perfection!
Thanks for hanging out with us for a bit. Be sure to head on over to See Vanessa Craft for more Tot School ideas.
Do you have fun and educational ideas to do with your kiddos?
Link them up here! We’d love to see what you’ve been up to.