Home    Subscribe    Write for Us    FAQ    Contact    HubGarden    Login
Share your craft ideas for a share of the ad revenue. Click on Write For Us.

Handprint Reindeer T-Shirt

by Jane (follow)
Easy (877)      Any Age (404)      Christmas (150)      Gift (55)      Printing (50)      Handprint (23)      Fabric (16)      Fabric paint (5)      Reindeer (4)      Clothing (4)     


Potato print, reindeer nose potato, potato


Create your own Christmas T-Shirt featuring a cute reindeer with handprint antlers. We printed a cheap plain white cotton T-Shirt but you could also try printing cotton or calico shopping bags, baby onesies etc for festive gifts.

Time: 30 minutes
Age: Any age
Level: Easy

Materials
Plain cotton T-Shirt
Fabric paints
Roller (optional)
Potato
Iron to set the fabric paint (or follow manufacturer's instructions)
Baby wipes or damp cloth to wipe paint off hands quickly.

Method
Put a piece of thick paper or scrap cardboard inside the T-Shirt. This stops any paint soaking through to the back.



Blank shirt, plain tshirt, Tshirt printing
Ready to go


We mixed red, green and yellow fabric paint on a flat container to make brown paint.



Blank shirt, plain tshirt, Tshirt printing
Brown paint mixed


Use a roller to cover one hand with brown fabric paint. (You could also use a brush or just press the hand directly into the paint).



Blank shirt, plain tshirt, Tshirt printing
A roller helps to give an even coverage


Press the hand carefully down on to the T-Shirt, with the thumb pointing towards the centre of the T-Shirt. This is one antler.



Blank shirt, plain tshirt, Tshirt printing
One antler printed


Wipe the hand clean then repeat with the other hand to give a second handprint antler, thumb pointing in to the centre of the T-Shirt.
Cut a potato in half to give a circle shape stamp.



Potato print, reindeer nose potato, potato
Potato stamp to make a nose


Dip the half potato in red fabric paint and press on to make a red Rudolph nose.



Potato print, reindeer nose potato, potato


Add black eyes by dipping a finger into black fabric paint and making two fingerprints above the nose.



Potato print, reindeer nose potato, potato


Leave to dry then cover with a tea towel and iron for several minutes to set the fabric paint. (Or follow any different instructions provided by the fabric paint manufacturer).

Categories
#Easy
#Any age
#Christmas
#Gift
#T-Shirt
#Reindeer
#Printing
#Handprint
#Fabric
#Fabric paint
#Clothing
I like this Article - 16
[ print friendly ]
More Articles by Jane
Create an easy spider web invite for a Halloween party
9 likes
Here's a quick and fun introduction to weaving for preschoolers using an unusual loom
9 likes
Create a cute little mouse friend out of a pine cone
7 likes
We recently visited the in Oxford and loved the dinosaur footprint trail in the grounds of the muse...
12 likes
These snazzy superhero masks are fun to make and wear
6 likes
Create your own colourful necklaces or medallions using Hama beads (or other melting beads)
9 likes
view all articles by Jane
Articles by Jane on Other Hubs
Here's how to create your own hand printed tea towel to brighten up your kitchen
8 likes
Here's how to create some pretty hanging decorations from plaster of Paris
8 likes
I recently sold my double stroller and wanted to replace it with a single stroller for my younger ch...
1124 views
ID: 6871
[ Submit a Comment ]
Love this!
Love this!
What a simple way to make something that looks great. This would be a great activity for a kid to make a present for another sibling, cousin or friend.
Trending Articles
This is a really quick and simple way to make a dress up ring using aluminium foil from the kitchen!...
8 likes
There's something very appealing about pom poms
10 likes
Here's how to make a lovely Easter animal by decorating an egg
9 likes
Here's how to jazz up your fidget spinner with loom bands
9 likes
Here’s how to make a beautiful hanging decoration from plaster of Paris
10 likes
How to Sew Placemats: A Step-by-Step Tutorial Placemats are a great way to brighten up any...
1 like
These cute skeleton gingerbread men are just the thing for Halloween
8 likes
Why should fingers have all the fun? This 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' birthday card uses toe print...
3 likes
A simple summer paper craft activity for kids
6 likes
Being old enough to draw is no barrier to creating fantastic greeting cards
3 likes
Categories
Under 5s (590)
Any Age (404)
Over 10s (382)
Baby (12)
Links (1)
Easy (877)
Medium (246)
Hard (37)
Featured on Other Hubs
As well as being a way to create warm garments and rugs, knitting can have health benefits
5 likes
 
Copyright 2012-2017 On Topic Media PTY LTD. ABN 18113479226. mobile version