Getting Down To Basics with Tees

Kids Art on T-shirts.

In the modern world when it comes to clothing there are many ways to add a personal touch if not make your own clothes. Today art and craft for children has been taken a notch higher as that extends to the making of their own t-shirts if not the print on them. It’s an activity that can bring a family together doing something that they love and enjoy. Your children could invite their friends to do the art together. The different methods to go about making t-shirt art varies with age but one thing for sure is that it’s a constructive pass time activity.

Since the art making requires concentration you will not have to do supervision compared to if your children were engaging in other activities. This is a good activity for a kid’s party and sleepovers as well. Some of the methods of making t-shirt art with your children are very simple and will not require much to accomplish. You can make your t-shirts online which is the least hands-on way because all you do is upload a photo and send it to the designer who will print the image and mail the finished product back to you.

The art could be something that they do by hand or a photo of something that is special to them such as a family pet. The second method is the iron -on, here your children will feel like they have made something of their own and will be proud to wear it every time they have a chance. Children could have many forms of art to iron on a shirt such as a movie character or message that they enjoy. Scanning what you want to go to the t-shirt will help you make any adjustments that you want before finally having what you will have on the shirt. Fabric markers is another way to go for your children to make t-shirts of their own taste.

Children can draw or write on the t-shirt directly whatever they want but it will need to be set with iron for a short time. You can opt for the fabric paint where children literally paint the t-shirt with what they can even their own fingers, here messes will happen but if it’s something they enjoy and creative then its allowed. If you want a little bit less refined work you can draw your image with pencil first and then fill in with a brush. Sewing is another way to go if you think your children can handle the concentration and patience needed to come up with the desired art.

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