Hello! MayaInTheMoment here! Since Day of the Dead (also known as Dia de los Muertos) is quickly approaching AND my mom has her product line, "CraftyChica" out in select Michaels stores........... ;) I thought to turn this plain shirt into Day of the Dead glam!
Dia de los Muertos (Nov 1 and 2) is a celebration of life. It's 3,000 year-old Mexican holiday where you honor your loved ones and ancestors who have passed away. You remember their lives and celebrate all they brought to the world. It's not meant to be scary, but fun, meaningful and colorful. :-)
- Crafty Chica Flocked Iron-on Transfer
- Tulip Fabric Spray in Black and Neon Pink
- Crafty Chica or Tulip Fabric Markers
- Blue Painter's Tape
- Fabric, iron and Aleene's Fabric Fusion Peel and Stick Sheets
Place tape in vertical strips, I narrowed mine in the center to emphasis a smaller waist.
Press the tape so it if firmly on the fabric with no bumps. Spray the black on the fabric.
Spray on the hot pink paint, let dry then if you want more design/texture add dashes with the fabric marker.Fabric Fusion Peel and Stick Sheets. Press the applique in place. The adhesive is meant to be washed and even dry cleaned, so no sewing is needed!
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