Here’s What You Need:
- A Cute Stamp from Stampendous
- DecoArt SoSoft Fabric Paint
- Foam Brush
- Knit Fabric of Any Color Cut Into a Small Rectangles
- Thread to Match T-Shirt Color
- Sewing Machine
Step 1: Ink up the Stampendous Stamp with SoSoft Fabric Paint. I did a test stamp first to be sure that my stamp was fully inked. Next, I stamped a few of the small fabric samples, and let the SoSoft Fabric Paint dry. Once they were dry, I selected the fabric piece that I thought turned out best, to be used for my applique.
Step 2: Trim the fabric into a square. You could do any shape though.
Step 3: Pin it onto the T-Shirt to hold it in place. Use a matching thread color to sew the applique onto the T-Shirt. I like the look of the rough, raw edges, so I didn’t sew too close to the edge of the applique. If you’d like a more finished look, you could do a zig-zag stitch around your edges.
It’s that easy!
Hey, have you heard about the blog hop that Stampendous, DecoArt, the Princeton Brush Co. and inspired by Willow Wolfe have put together? They are showcasing projects like my Stamped Applique T-Shirt and a HUGE variety of other’s created by fellow bloggers from around the World.
They are also giving away a prize package that includes a collection of Media Fluid Acrylics from DecoArt, a Creative Palette from Stampendous, and a set of Select Brushes and a Catalyst Wedge from Princeton Artist Brushes. To learn more about the prize package and to see MORE creative and inspiring craft ideas, head on over to the Stampendous Blog and enter to win.