These glow-in-the-dark T-shirts may be the ultimate evening wear. Although they require some daytime preparation, they make a fashion statement long after the sun goes down.
On the Con-Tact paper, trace a round plate for a planet or draw a waning moon and stars.
Cut the shapes from the paper to create a stencil, then peel off the backing and press the stencil onto the shirt.
Insert a piece of cardboard between the shirt layers to keep the paint from bleeding through.
Use a paintbrush to fill in the shapes with fabric paint (we used white for the planet and moon, silver glitter for the stars).
After the paint dries, add a layer of glow-in-the-dark paint (we used orange for the planet, white for the rest).
When that paint is dry, peel off the stencil.
Add green glow-in-the-dark rings to the planet.
For small stars, use a cotton swab to dab glitter-paint dots onto the shirt.
Follow the fabric paint instructions for setting the design and washing your shirt.