But then we had another child join the ranks, so a new shirt was in order. The handprints aren’t near as nice, but I don’t think it matters too much:
And here he is, super dad! I’m sure he loves posing for the craft blog……
Plenty of time before Father’s Day — go make one – you can do it!
Jessica at Me Sew Crazy says
very cute idea!! I love it! Might be used in this house this year, think it is awesome!
Kristen @ Who's Watching the Baby? says
OH MAN,I like it even better now that I’ve seen the handprints on the back! That really is great! Although I suggested freezer paper, I thought about that for about 2 minutes before I went to the Silhouette store and ordered heat transfer. 😉
Cranberry Morning says
Cuuuuute idea! Love those little handprints. 🙂
Such a great Idea, I own a daycare center and we are going to do them for the Infant Dads!
Kassi @ Truly Lovely says
How cute is that!!! Bet Dad loves it! 🙂
Oh I wish I had kids, this is such an amazing idea!
Kari @ Ucreate says
K, this is a perfect gift for dad or grandpa!! Super cute!!
Still loving our shirt. Mark wore it just a couple of days ago. Thanks again. They were a hit!!
Huggs and Kisses xo says
This shirt is too cute! I showcased it on my blog with a link back to you. Thanks for sharing.
Johanna over @
Huggs and Kisses xo
Lynette @ My Craft Discovery says
I think I’ll be doing this for the grandpas. I’ll need to hire some help (aka aunt or grandma) to get my 2 month old’s handprint though! 🙂
Sarah A says
I know this idea is from forever ago but I LOVE it so I just had to comment! I am totally getting my girlfriends together so we can have a craft day with the kids!
What kind of paint do you recommend using? I’m worried it’ll wash off or fade over time!
Mandy Beyeler says
I used fabric paint, or you can use regular acrylic paint with fabric medium mixed in to it. It hasn’t washed off. Great question!
Thank you for sharing! I used cafepress.com to make the shirt and will put the handprints on the back when it arrives. Such a good idea!