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Easter Tees

Designed by Allee Marderosian


Have fun making some clever Easter tees for him and her with Tulip® fabric paints and a little creativity.


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Instructions

Boy’s Tee:
1. Use pen to trace “CHICK MAGNET” pattern onto contact paper.

2. Use craft knife to cut out to create stencil.

3. Insert Tulip® Fashion Form inside shirt and place on a flat surface.

4. Remove backing from stencil and press down on tee.

5. Squeeze Ebony paint onto palette. Dip sponge into paint, tap off excess and apply to stencil except for “G”. Apply Crimson Red paint to “G” leaving the ends unpainted. Refer to photo.

6. Mix Glacier White and Ebony on palette to make gray. Use paintbrush to apply to the ends of the “G” with to give the look of a magnet. Add Ebony to the inside of the “G”. Refer to photos.

7. Slide chick pattern inside tee. Trace with Black 3D Paint. Place copy paper over Black 3D paint and gently press. Remove paper.

8. Squeeze out Sunshine Yellow palette. Use sponges and paintbrush as needed to paint in chick.

9. Add eyes using Back Slick 3D paint and paper press technique.

10. Use paintbrush to paint in beak with Mandarin Orange and lightly shade under beak by fading color.


Girl’s Tee:
1. Place pattern under clear contact paper and trace “LOVE BUNNY” with pencil.

2. Use craft knife to cut out to create stencil.

3. Insert Tulip® Fashion Form inside shirt to prevent paint seepage to back of tee.

4. Remove backing from contact paper stencil, position on shirt and press down firmly.

5. Squeeze out Ebony Soft paint onto palette. Dip sponge into paint, tap off excess and apply to stencil.

6. Slide bunny ear pattern underneath shirt. Trace pattern with a thin line of Black Slick 3D Fashion Paint.

7. Place paper on top of 3D Fashion Paint outline and gently press with your finger. Remove paper.

8. Repeat outlining technique for heart in the word “LOVE”. Refer to photo.

9. Squeeze out Azalea Soft paint onto palette and use paintbrush to fill in bunny ears and heart.

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