Saturday, December 10, 2011

Another Holiday T-shirt

Before Thanksgiving I blogged about the Granddaughter and I having fun making a Turkey T-shirt together. We had so much fun making that project that we decided to try our hand at a Christmas Tree.

Materials needed:
White tee shirt 
Heat and Bond
(the red package)
3 pieces of fabric in green , brown and blue
Beads, jewelry, ribbon (any decorative items from craft area
Following the directions on the Heat 'n Bond package, apply the Heat 'n Bond to all the fabric.
Using the Christmas Tree template, cut out the tree and then a star and tree trunk out of the construction paper. Following the directions on the Heat 'n Bond package, apply the Heat 'n Bond to all the fabric.  Cut out your tree, star, and trunk  Arrange the tree and trunk on the shirt how you'd like them, and iron them down one by one. Sew on layered beads, bells, lights, ribbons as desired. Use your imagination, it could be made out of anything decorative from the craft department.



  1. She did such a Great job!!!They are so cute!!!Good Ideal NanNa....LoveRH

  2. Your shirt is so cute...your granddaughter is precious and what nice memories you're making together "hugs"...we stayed in all day and didn't attempt to get out in all the traffic....people out there seem to be in a hurry ....stay safe...Mel

  3. You are very talented NanNa & you are teaching her so much. She is such a cutie.

    Have a wonderful Merry Christmas!


  4. Looks like so much fun! You guys did a wonderful job! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  5. i loved it . i tured out so nice . good job !

  6. So sweet!! That look on her face is precious!!

  7. You are such a great granny....I hope some day to have the opportunity.

    Judy Elaine

  8. Aww what a cutie & the shirt is fabulous! Great job!

  9. Very, VERY cute! I really love this. :D

    The...Late, Young Family


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