Neon Number Tee! so doable! It’s super easy to spray paint a tee. I must be on a DIY Tshirt kick – – 2 ideas this week! This time it’s a fun number project, and a fun summer camp craft project, and well, just a fun project all-around. Because everyone likes custom shirts and adding their own touch.
The ever-popular pinterest images (I even gave you a couple of options!)
Neon Number Tee
So fun, right?! Let’s go ahead and get started – – you’ll need:
Freezer paper is so fun to craft with because you can adhere it to fabric. There is a bumpy side to it. Make sure you trace your number and cut it out with the bumpy side down. Then just place the stencil onto your fabric and iron it on – – the iron will heat up the bumpy side and temporarily stick it down to the fabric.
Now the fun part! Put newspaper or cardboard inside the shirt (so it doesn’t bleed through) and spray in the general area of the number. I put our numbers on the side, but you can put it wherever you want. In the picture below, the freezer paper looks black because it soaked in the spray of the fabric paint.
That’s it!! so fun, right?! Neon Tees! (or was that Neon Trees…. )
I think they will be super-fun birthday shirts that can be worn and enjoyed all year round because they’re not too “birthday-y”. My kids really loved help making them, which means that they’ll wear them and love to show off their creations.
I kind of have a thing for number tees – – if you want more ideas in addition to the Neon Number Tee, check these shirt ideas out:
This project is part of a couple of super-fun roundups…
the #CreativeBuzz, where you can find tons more cute number projects – –
1. Telephone Table Makeover by One Krieger Chick
2. Month by Month Picture Ombre Frame by Color Me Meg
3. Giant Flashcards Playroom Decor by Crafts by Courtney
4. Neon Number Tees by Sugar Bee Crafts
5. Soft Baby Blocks by seven thirty three
6. Number Wreath by Just Us Four
7. DIY Growth Chart by A Glimpse Inside
8. Back to School Countdown Printable by All Things with Purpose
9. #2 Pencil Treats by Made to be a Momma