Showing Love for the Undead T-shirt by Tulip®
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Showing Love for the Undead T-shirt by Tulip®

This Halloween, show your love for zombies with a cool glittered T-shirt. You’ll sparkle like a vampire, but know your true alliance is with the undead.
Craft Time: 60+ minutes
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • Tulip® Fashion Glitter™ Glitter Assortment – Primary
  • Tulip® Fashion Glitter™ Bond
  • T-Shirt – Black
  • Freezer Paper
  • Craft Knife
  • Pencil
  • Iron
  • Craft Sponge (or Cosmetic Sponge)
  • Foil
  • Newspaper (or Sheet of Plain Paper)
  • Shirt Board (or Piece of Cardboard)
 

Project Instructions

Step 1 Enlarge pattern to desired size.

Step 2 Cut piece of freezer paper a little larger than pattern.

Step 3 Use pencil to trace pattern on freezer paper. Cut out letters and heart with craft knife to create stencil. Save the heart, “B” and “O” center cut outs.

Step 4 Press T-shirt to smooth. Position freezer paper stencil on top center of shirt and press with iron (shiny side down). Fit the heart and the letters “B” and “O” centers in stencil and press.

Step 5 Lay piece of paper or newspaper below T-shirt and shirt board between layers.

Step 6 Squeeze some Fashion Glitter™ Bond on foil. Use sponge to tap glue then into the outer heart stencil. Immediately sprinkle red glitter on top. Very gently press with finger or a piece of paper.

Step 7 Tap some glue into the “I” stencil. Sprinkle some silver glitter and gently press with paper, as with the red.

Step 8 Continue gluing the upper portion of the “Zombies”, one or two letters at a time, making sure the glue is moist enough for the silver glitter to adhere. Tap in lightly and press down.

Step 9 Shake off excess glitter on paper below. Sponge remaining area of letters with glue and sprinkle over purple glitter. Press on lightly. Let dry.

Step 10 Shake off excess glitter.

Tips

Using a piece of paper to press glitter into place will help glitter better adhere to fabric

Craft Notes

Crafted for Michaels by Suzie Shinseki courtesy of iLoveToCreate®.