Oh Canada T-Shirt
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Oh Canada T-Shirt

Be sure edges of freezer paper stencil are down firmly to prevent paint from seeping under. Tulip® fabric paints, fabric markers and glitters make it easy to show some Canadian pride with a special tee that features the symbol of Canadian patriotism, the maple leaf. Designed by Suzie Shinseki.
Uses Recycled Items: No
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Material List

  • Tulip® Soft® Fabric Paint – Crimson Red
  • Tulip® Glitter™ Bond
  • Tulip® Fashion Glitter™ – Apple Red Jewel
  • Tulip® Fabric Markers – Primary
  • T-Shirt
  • Shirt Board
  • Cardboard (2; Fit in Sleeves)
  • Freezer Paper
  • Pencil
  • Craft Knife
  • Iron
  • Cosmetic Sponge
  • Paintbrush
  • Foil (or Foam Plate) Palette

Project Instructions

Use pencil to trace Canada pattern on freezer paper. Leave approximately 2" margin around letters. Carefully cut out pattern with craft knife (save centers from the letters “A” and “D”.

Trace and cut out the two smaller leaves from freezer paper also.

Smooth out shirt to remove any wrinkles. Center “Canada” pattern on upper part of T-shirt with shiny side down and use iron to press onto shirt. Position the cut out centers of “A” and “D” in pattern and press. Position leaf stencils onto sleeves and iron on. Make sure edges of all stencils are well sealed.

Place shirt board between layers of shirt and the two smaller cardboard pieces between layers of sleeves.

Pour puddle of Crimson Red on palette. Sponge paint two coats inside stencils. Let dry after each coat.

Use black marker pen to outline the letters only. Where the sections of the leaves overlap into the adjoining letters, leave fine white line or use black marker to separate.

Brush a little Glitter™ Bond in the leaves of “Canada” and on sleeves; lightly sprinkle Apple Red glitter. Let dry. Brush off excess glitter.