Snowy Day Polar Bear Tee

Even if Mother Nature doesn't sprinkle snowy goodness on your hometown, you can still have a snowy day whenever you sport this wintery tee!

 

Designed by Pattie Wilkinson, courtesy of iLoveToCreate™.

 
 

Craft Time: 60+ minutes

Uses Recycled Items: No

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Materials

  • Tulip® Fabric Spray Paint – Snow
  • Tulip® 3D Fashion Paint – Glacier White
  • Tulip® Fashion Form™
  • T-shirt – Black
  • Freezer Paper
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Paper Towels
  • Jingle Bell, Small
  • Pattern (download button below)
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Instructions

Step 1
Wash and dry T-shirt to remove sizing; do not use fabric softener.

Step 2
Place freezer paper over bear pattern and trace with a pencil. Cut out center of design to create stencil. Place freezer paper stencil waxy side down on top center of shirt and iron to adhere design in place temporarily.

Step 3
Insert Fashion Form™ inside shirt to prevent paint seepage to other side.

Step 4
Test Snow fabric spray paint on paper towels to get a feel for spray pump.

Step 5
Spray a light covering of paint inside bear design. Let dry then spray again for medium coverage. Let dry.

Step 6
Peel away freezer paper stencil and discard.

Step 7
Create a “snow” effect over bear and across top of shirt with fabric spray paint. Tip: Pressing spray pump only halfway down will produce a splatter effect. Create another “snow” effect on bottom left of shirt as shown. Let dry.

Step 8
Practice using Glacier White 3D Fashion Paint on a paper towel. Use Glacier White to create snowflakes around bear and at bottom left of shirt as shown. Let dry and remove Fashion Form™ from shirt.

 

Rosette Option:

Step 1
To create rosette, cut four equally sized pieces of ribbon (two red and two green) and fold cut edges of each piece to backside and glue in place for a cleaner look.

Step 2
Create an “X” with each colour pair and glue together at the center point. Stack the green X on top of the red X as shown and glue together.

Step 3
Create a bow from smaller ribbon, tying a small jingle bell in the center. Glue in place on center of rosette. Let dry completely.

Step 4
Safety pin rosette to neckline.

Download Pattern

Tips

When using Tulip Fabric Spray Paint, pressing spray pump halfway will produce a splatter effect; pressing all the way creates a mist.