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DIY Fireworks Shirt

Patriotic Shirt

Tie Dye Firework Patriotic Shirt

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Patriotic Shirt

Tie Dye Firework Patriotic Shirt

This DIY Fireworks Shirt is an easy, quick and fun way to make your own Patriotic shirt.

With your own homemade DIY Fireworks Shirt, you’ll look Patriotic on the 4th of July. 

Because you’ll be wearing Red, White and Blue in an imaginative and original way, since YOU designed it!  

You can customized this  DIY Fireworks Shirt to your own personality.  The best part is, this craft does not require artistic ability, and it will turn out perfect!

It’s a great project for teens or a youth activity.

Get your family together so they can express them self in art, while having a fabulous time together.  You’ll also stand out in the crowds (and easy to spot each other which is a nice bonus) while enjoying the celebrations, parades, fireworks and all we have with our blessed freedoms.  




DIY Patriotic Firework Shirt

Supplies:

Sharpie Markers

Spray bottle

Rubbing Alcohol

Cotton t-shirt

Plastic, cookie sheet, cutting board, anything to put between the front and back of the shirt so it does not bleed through Patriotic Shirt 1




Directions:

Pour the rubbing alcohol into the spray bottle, do not dilute

Place your t-shirt on a flat surface.

Tuck the plastic, cutting board, whatever you are using in between the front and back of the shirt to prevent bleeding through

With any color of sharpie marker you desire begin to make designs

Patriotic Shirt 2

 

Continue all across the t-shirt in the pattern of your choice. Patriotic Shirt 3




When you are finished with your masterpiece,  spray the ink designs with the rubbing alcohol to make it ‘bleed and run’Patriotic Shirt 4Continue until you are happy with the resultsPatriotic Shirt 5ALLOW TO DRY FOR at least 1 hour.

When the shirt is COMPLETELY dry, put in the dryer for 15 minutes to set. 

We have not had a problem with the ink coming off onto other clothing in the wash, but test for your own results.

Carrie Groneman Pattern, Copyright Carrie Groneman, A Mother’s Shadow, 2014, 2018

Recognize a blessing and be a blessing today.




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17 Comments

  1. Definitely looks easy enough for even a craft impaired person such as myself. Will have to try for my girls and totally pinned to do so 🙂

  2. How cute are these? Very creative, and it looks like fun! I love sharpies- is there anything they can’t do?

  3. This is so cute and it looks very simple to make too. I can’t wait to give it a try!

  4. Heather says:

    Bet kids would love this! So fun. Happy early 4th. 🙂

  5. Diane Roark says:

    Carrie,

    This is so cute and perfect for the 4th of July or anytime.

    Blessings and sharing,
    Diane Roark

  6. Sinea Pies says:

    This looks great!

  7. Jenny.U says:

    What a cute idea! Great for kids in anything they’d like to draw.

  8. Tammy says:

    I really love this and will make this for sure for me!! Thanks for sharing.

  9. Jess says:

    Oh my gosh…how adorable! 🙂

    Again, thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

  10. Thanks for coming by the Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop. Love your post and appreciate you taking the time to share.
    Blessings,
    Shari
    PS. I have been chosen this week to co-host the Let’s Get Real Link Up beginning on Friday (5pm EST) and I am featuring YOUR DIY Fireworks T-shitrt! Hope to see you there too! 🙂

  11. Bobbi says:

    How easy! Looks great too!!

    Thanks for sharing!

  12. Laurie says:

    How cute!
    I would be honored if you would hop over and share with us at the Tip Me Tuesday 4th of July linky.
    (http://www.tipjunkie.com/post/4th-of-july-crafts-and-recipes-add-yours/)
    Wink~ Laurie {aka The Tip Junkie}

  13. Lynda Hardy says:

    I love the idea of quickly making a shirt for the 4th of July! We’re featuring it our Independence Day Round Up at Reviews, Chews & How-Tos: http://rchreviews.blogspot.com/2014/06/independence-day-diy-round-up.html Thanks so much for sharing!

  14. What a fun idea!! The color possibilities and ideas are endless! Lynn

  15. Laurie says:

    Thanks for linking up to Tip Me Tuesday linky party. {knuckle bumps}

    Did you know that I can “lend” your blog posts my Google page rank for better search engine traffic? {fabulous}

    If you upload at least 2 images, 2 steps, and blog post URL into your Tip Junkie craft room, you’ll be in business!
    {wink} ~ Laurie {a.k.a. the Tip Junkie}

  16. Easy enuff for even me to do!! lol

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