Getting Crafty with T-Shirt Kits

I’m always on the look out for crafty things to do with Max. He enjoys doing that type of thing but I’m a bit rubbish and never have much art and craft kit in the house (Mr Maker would be terribly disappointed). So these ready put together kits are right up my street! Max loved that it was something different (never been allowed to decorate clothes before 😉 ) and of course bonus that it had Lightening McQueen on it!

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The T-Shirt kit is from buytshirtsonline and they have a variety to choose from that include options like Spiderman, Hello Kitty or Princesses. All the kits include a Fruit of the Loom T-Shirt and fabric pens and then an iron on transfer. We  didn’t use all of the fabric pens so it is good value for money.

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I ironed on the transfer for him – it was really straightforward and easy to do

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Max really enjoyed painting his t-shirt, with a little bit of help from Mummy. He spent ages on it and wanted to do more and more and mix up all the colours. Plus, he has been asking to wear it nearly everyday since making it – winning.

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I did wonder if Max (age 3) would be a little bit too young for this kind of craft but he seriously enjoyed it and loved to create something – can see his ‘rainbow’ around McQueen? 😉 He’s really proud of hi t-shirt and tells everyone about how he made a t-shirt – too cute!

What do you think to the t-shirt kits? They’re perfect for us!

Rebecca x

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3 Comments

  1. 26th February 2015 / 3:53 pm

    Hmm that was all the link they gave me – I’ll look into it!

  2. 26th February 2015 / 4:07 pm

    If you want to order one they are £5 – just let me know and I’ll give you the details x

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