How to make a Disney t-shirt

VIDEO: A t-shirt to rock your Disney trip

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Want to take your Disney family vacation to the next level of awesomeness? With a little puffy paint and imagination, you can. In this fun video, Disney enthusiast Melissa Caldarone  (who also happens to work at InsureMyTrip) shows us how to create a t-shirt design of your favorite character.

Supplies you need:

Freezer paper, X-acto knife, pen, paper, cardboard, t-shirt, puffy paint, iron, paint brush and silhouette paper print out of your favorite character (find a template on sites like Pinterest).

How to make a Disney shirt. Here's all the supplies you need. Watch the video to learn more.

Step 1: Use freezer paper and trace your silhouette with a pen.

Make a Disney t-shirt. Step one. Trace it.

Step 2: Cut out the silhouette shape using an X-ACTO knife.

How to make a Disney t-shirt. Step 2. Cut out the design.

Step 3: Get your t-shirt and a hot iron. Pick out a spot where you want the painted character to appear and place the cut out.

How to make a Disney t-shirt. Step three: Get your t-shirt and iron. Pick a spot to place the cut out.

Like this:

How to make a Disney t-shirt. This is an example of the cut out on a t-shirt. Watch the video for entire instructions.

Iron the freezer paper cut out onto the shirt.

How to make a Disney t-shirt. Iron the cut out on the spot of the shirt. Be careful when using an iron.

Step 4: Use puffy paint and color in the character.

How to make a Disney t-shirt. Step four: paint it.

Peel it off when done and let dry.


How to make a Disney t-shirt. Peel off the freezer paper on the t-shirt. Watch the video for full instructions.

Wear it on your next Disney vacation:

The Disney t-shirt shown in the video.

What do you think of this craft project? Share your own ideas in the comments section below.

 

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