DIY Eraser-Stamped Easter Shirt
You guys, spring is almost here! Can’t you feel it in the air? Easter is always a fun holiday for kids and adults alike. It’s all about family, fun, and faith. It’s the first big holiday of the spring season. Spring is my favorite season to craft for. The colors are bright and fun and who doesn’t love a little sunshine! My daughter is all about some custom shirts for every holiday and event so it’s always fun to come up with new ideas. For Easter I thought of something cute and simple enough that she could do all on her own. So the idea of the DIY Eraser-Stamped Easter Shirt was born! Would you like to learn how to make it? Let’s go!
This DIY Eraser-Stamped Easter Shirt is so easy to make. The kids could have fun making this all on their own and customizing it however they would like. Using different paint colors, eraser shapes, and even their main shape for their shirt! It’s such a quick and easy project for the whole family to make, and how cute would they be for family Easter photos?
Here is how to make this DIY Eraser-Stamped Easter Shirt:
You Will Need:
- 3 colors of paint (or however many you want to add, the sky is the limit when it comes to paint colors!)
- a pencil (with an eraser of course)
- a shirt (this project works best on white or very light colored shirts)
- An Easter themed stencil. (I found a really cute bunny that I cut out on cardstock. You could even have your kids draw their own shapes on cardstock and then cut them out!)
Step 1: Place your stencil where you want it on your shirt and secure in place. (I just used some tape!). Grab a paper plate and pour some of your paint colors. If you have kiddos you know are a little on the messy side, I would also recommend covering your work area with plastic wrap or a trash bag to make for easy clean up.
Step 2: Now you are ready to get painting! You are going to dip your eraser in your chosen paint color. To switch colors just wipe off the existing color, easy peasy! You will want to go around your stencil using whatever color pattern you would like. You use your eraser just like a stamp! There is no wrong or right way to do this, it’s all up to your creativity.
Step 3: Once you have the outline of your stencil done, you can branch out and make some fun patters to go around it. You can go as big or as small as you would like. Let you shirt dry completely before pulling up your stencil. I would say about an hour and you should be good to go!
That’s it! Just a few minutes and a fun idea and you have a super cute DIY Eraser-Stamped Easter Shirt that everyone is sure to love! It was such a fun Easter activity to do with the family and it was so cool to see what everyone came up with. It was also way cheaper than buying a new shirt with an Easter design already on it. Make sure to check your local craft stores because my local craft store almost always has shirts on sale so you can save some money! I hope you enjoyed this craft as much as we did!