Bleach Pen Snowman T-shirt

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Bleach Pen Snowman T-shirt by Amanda Formaro
Total Time day projects Ages school-age

Who knew laundry supplies could be so much fun? Celebrate the winter season with your very own snowman shirt! The first time you where it to school, all your friends will want to know exactly how you made it. A fun gift idea to make for friends as well. Pick up t-shirts from discount department stores and dollar stores and line them all up to make at one time!

Download Bleach Pen Snowman T-shirt Template

What you'll need

  • Colored t-shirt
  • Bleach gel pen
  • Piece of cardboard or foam core board
  • Rubber gloves
Helpful Tip:

Wearing rubber gloves will keep your hands from coming in contact with the bleach. If you get any bleach on your skin, be sure to rinse it off right away and wash with mild soap to avoid irritation.

How to make it

  1. Bleach Pen Snowman T-shirt by Amanda Formaro

    Place cardboard or foam core board inside the shirt and place shirt on the work surface. Put rubber gloves on and use the bleach gel pen to draw your snowman design. You may use the pattern I have provided here, or make your own design! When finished, allow the bleach gel to dry completely. I left mine overnight.

  2. Bleach Pen Snowman T-shirt by Amanda Formaro

    Now that the bleach gel has dried, remove the cardboard from inside the shirt. With rubber gloves on, rinse all of the residue off with luke warm water. When you're comfortable that it's all been rinsed out, add a tablespoon of laundry detergent to give it a quick hand wash. Rinse it out completely and wring out the excess water. Toss your clean snowman shirt in the dryer. When dry, your shirt is ready to be worn!

    Find more of Amanda's craft tutorials on Crafts by Amanda.
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