Last week I totally went to town making muscle shirts, two more for each boy. I used the Hipster Henley pattern again as a blue print since the fit was so nice on the first set of shirts. This time in the spirit of speed I left out the button placket and the ribbing around the arm holes. Opting instead to add details in the finishing.The littles over here are obsessed with Angry Birds, what kid isn’t lately, so we decided to freezer paper stencil the new shirts. We haven’t done this for some time, and every time we do the whole crew gets involved here and we have a blast!
If you haven’t freezer paper stenciled before you are missing out. It is so fun and so easy ! For a great tutorial click here But basically you find or draw a stencil. My printer was being moody so Mr. Lemons drew all of ours. Transfer it onto freezer paper, this great stuff that is one side paper and the other a plastic. This is found at any grocery store. Cut out your stencil. Iron onto a shirt, the plastic backing acts as a seal, and paint with fabric paint.
As you can see the boys love it and feel so proud of the awesomeness they create. With their little tongues out in concentration on their masterpieces (too cute right) K’s chosen angry bird is the elusive Eagle, that’s the beauty of it, totally custom for your little people!
The material is a mix up, the skulls and orange are from the jersey knit sale I hit up last month ( yea that is the orange from the colour blocked maxi) and a grey that has lived in my stash a long time (you can see it used here too.)
I really love the way they shirts turned out. Great fit. Awesome details. The boys love them and request to wear them lots. Mr Lemons had so much fun crafting with us he wants to do some shirts of his own next time 😀