Sunday, 3 June 2012

Quick and fun textille printing with a toddler

Whoa time goes fast now that hubby is home. I've had hardly any time to get on the computer as I'm enjoying cooking. Yes who would have known! But I'll share more about that later.

Now I just wanted to quickly show you guys what our little miss wore on the graduation day. And it's as if she knew what the shirt was saying, because she has been testing our nerves more than ever during the last week.

I cut the letters out of contact paper (with a big help from my lovely sister-in-law) and then Emma went nuts with the paint over the shirt. I did have to monitor her quite a bit so that the stamping stayed on the letters. She still had a lot of fun.

Then I just waited it to dry and peeled off the letters. Quick and easy. I don't know what I was thinking when I chose the green colour, I should have gone with blue of course. Blame it on the pregnancy brain which has made me mix my words around lately so that no-one understands what I'm saying.

So here's to hoping that you understood the method even if I didn't make any sense. Do try it, it's a lot of fun!


  1. Ooooh, that is sooo cute. Great idea, so many options using this technique...

    I think this t shirt is a keeper.....

    Claire :}

    1. Thanks so much. Yeah I already have so many ideas where I could use this technique, now just to find the time.. :)

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    1. Eik oo! Suosittelen kokeiltavaksi!


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