Christmas is such a fun season! There are going to be lots of Christmas parties and events that you will need a festive holiday outfit! These funny DIY Christmas t shirts will be perfect for any occasion! The Go Jesus It’s Your Birthday saying is by far my favorite! I also love the Sleigh All Day shirt though. The good thing is that you can make them both without breaking the bank!
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Here’s What You’ll Need: Plain Shirt | Go Jesus It’s Your Birthday or Sleigh All Day Template | Freezer Paper | Iron | Painter’s Tape | Craft Knife | Americana Multi-Surface Paint | Makeup Sponges or Pouncer | Craft Mat
Step 1: Place the template on the craft mat, and tape a piece of freezer paper on top of the template.Using the craft knife, carefully cut out all your letters. You can also use an electronic die cutting machine to make this process easier if you have one!
Step 2: Once your stencil is all cut out, take another piece of freezer paper and insert it into your shirt shiny side up. Lay the stencil shiny side down onto your shirt and position everything the way you want it.
Step 3: Gently iron the stencil onto your shirt making sure to pay special attention to the edges.
Step 4: Using a makeup sponge, apply the Multi-Surface paint on the shirt in a stamping motion. Go slowly and be sure to dab excess paint off the sponge before stenciling. This will make the edges of the letters nice and crisp.
Step 5: Remove the stencil and allow the shirt to dry.
Then all that is left to do is rock your funny holiday shirt and make everyone you see laugh out loud! What saying are you going to put on your shirt?
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