- clean t-shirt
- freezer paper (NOT wax paper)
- stencil of image to go on shirt
- scissors/ exacto knife
- washable, permanent craft paint
- paint brush or paint sponge
The first thing you need to do is find the image you want to paint onto your shirt. Disney Family has great images that can be used for pumpkin carving. Or you can do a Google image search for the character you want and silhouette. Below I found Darth Vader by searching “Darth Vader Silhouette”. You can also search for “Darth Vader Stencil.” Both will have good results.
I am a lucky girl. I have the best friends ever- from college until now, I’ve been surrounded by wonderful people. Even in my blogging life, I’m surrounded by the best!
My sweet Disney friend and fellow Auburn fan, Donna Kay has showered my with goodies from her etsy shop, Magical Creations and Celebrations! Over time, she has shared a decal I have on my laptop, a mailbox address decal, t-shirts and more!
Our most recent surprise from Donna Kay were t-shirts for me and C-man. Since C-man is on a huge Star Wars kick, it was appropriate that he got a Darth Vader shirt. I got a chevron Mickey shirt with my initials!
We have actually had these shirts for a few months… but we wear them so often, I couldn’t get them both clean and on us to get photos together! One day we lucked out and both wore our shirts from Donna Kay and they were clean! C-man insisted on ‘posing’ as a Star Wars character. I have no idea who he thinks he is in these photos! I also had to pull my hair up to show how cute the back is- so excuse the way I look! ha!
These shirts have been through the wash several times. I turn both inside out when I wash them- just in case! So far, we have had no trouble at all with the decals coming off, cracking or fading. We can’t wait to wear them on our next Walt Disney World Vacation!
d order a few products from her! She does outstanding work! In fact, we’ll be ordering more before our trip! 🙂
Welcome to those of you joining me from Frontierland Station and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 2nd stop on our Magical Blogorail.
Each time I go to Walt Disney World I spend quite a bit of time planning what we will wear. Will we wear matching shirts or matching colors? Will we wear whatever we want? Will we at least wear a shirt with a Disney theme or character? I ask myself all these questions and more!
When the topic “Celebrating America at Disney” was chosen for this month’s loop, I immediately thought about what I would wear to the parks if I were to celebrate America’s birthday at Walt Disney World! My first task was to do a google search. I was able to find more than I thought for my family!
|images from The Ranch Boutique and Clean Cut Studio|
|images from The Disney Store|
|All from Kohl’s: Minnie tank, Minnie for girls and flag tank|
|images from Amazon, Kohl’s and Target|
|images from Ebay– search for
Disney Patriotic Trading Pins
After I was able to find all these great American/ Patriotic items to wear in the parks for July 4th, I decided we should make our own Americana Disney shirts! You can find the directions to tie dye your own Mickey Mouse shirt here. Stay tuned for photos from our July 4th celebration in our matching shirts! 🙂
Our journey through the alphabet is coming to an end. Only 6 more weeks! Thank to Heidi for hosting and giving me the opportunity to look through all my old photos and relive the memories! Today I bring you Disney Ts.
Over Labor Day, we made Mickey tie dye shirts to wear next week at WDW. Then, I found the “name fills” thread on disboards and had absolut_mandy make me some. I was blown away by how stinkin’ cute they were! I printed each of our names on iron on transfer paper and went to work! I’m not sure how many washes these will withstand, but they’ll work for one day on our trip.