Monday, March 17, 2014

Paper Girls Challenge #52: Lucky Charm

Last night before sending my girls off to bed, I got a request for a St. Patrick's day shirt from my oldest daughter. Well, when you make one daughter something, you can't very well leave the other daughter out. So, silly me, I agreed and they got the plain white T-shirts out of their drawer and I started working. I was in a crafty mood anyway. Ha Ha.

One of my problems is sometimes if I get a more complex idea in my hear (like the rainbow), I have a hard time turning it away. I drew out the designs on freezer paper with a sharpie and cut away the different elements with a craft knife. For more on making this type of T-shirt I have a post here that goes more in depth. This time around I used glitter glue and stickles.

Here are some close ups on the shirts I made:
 I couldn't resist going with a rainbow for my younger daughter because she's a little obsessed with them.

My oldest likes simpler designs so I was able to get away with making this shirt for her which was much quicker.

I can't wait to see what you make for this challenge! Don't forget to link up at The Paper Girls Challenge Blog for a chance to win a fun prize!

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