Run To Overcome Breast Cancer Awareness T-Shirt by Tulip®
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Run To Overcome Breast Cancer Awareness T-Shirt by Tulip®

Whether you’re running for the cure or supporting it from the sidelines, promote breast cancer awareness with Tulip® Fashion Art products! A pink T-shirt and a pair of tennis shoes go a long way with a little creativity and some fabric paint.
Craft Time: 60+ minutes
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • Tulip® Dimensional Fabric Paint – Pink Slick and White Slick
  • Tulip® Sticky Fabric Stencils – Breast Cancer Awareness
  • T-shirt – Pink
  • Pair of Flat-bottomed Tennis Shoes
  • Paper Plate
  • Craft Sponge
  • Paper Towels
  • Cardboard (cut to fit inside shirt)
  • “Run to Overcome” Template
 

Project Instructions

 

Step 1 Pre-wash and dry T-shirt to remove sizing. Insert cardboard inside shirt to prevent paint seepage and place it on a flat surface.

Step 2 Squeeze Glacier White Soft® fabric paint onto a paper plate. Dip sponge into paint and dab onto the bottom of the right shoe.

Step 3 Press shoe, paint side down, onto center of shirt at an angle as shown, pressing evenly to make sure paint fully transfers onto shirt.

Step 4 Repeat with left shoe, creating shoe prints in front of and behind center shoe print as shown. Let dry.

Step 5 Slide “Run to Overcome” template inside shirt over the center of the middle shoe print.

Step 6 Tap the tip of the White Slick dimensional paint bottle on paper plate to remove any air bubbles and trace over wording from template with White Slick.

Step 7 Place Ribbon sticky fabric stencil on shirt to the left of wording, overlapping shoe print as shown.

Step 8 Use the craft sponge to dab Glacier White paint into stencil openings. Remove stencil and press onto shirt to the right of wording, overlapping shoe print. Repeat, adding paint, then remove stencil and let dry.

Step 9 Trace each ribbon design with Pink Slick dimensional paint and fill in as shown. Let dry.

Tips

Practice using Dimensional Fabric Paint on a paper towel before applying to shirt to get a feel for bottle and flow of paint.

Craft Notes

Crafted for Michaels by Kristen Thompson courtesy of iLoveToCreate.