After assembling the materials, this project only takes about ten minutes. Grab your (cleanest) most sentimental item of clothing, a canvas frame, and a stapler (or better a staple gun). See full tutorial from Gap-Threadless on pinterest.
I love this owl onesie to use as the foundation for an art project. If my long-torsoed ten month old would fit in the 12-18 month size, I would buy TWO (one for wearing and one for crafting). Or I would cheap out and purchase one for a quickie photo before creating my canvas. It’s $16 right now on gap.com.
- Create a larger kids shirt from a favorite baby tee.
- Make a stuffed toy ball.
- Create a very personal laptop sleeve (another TIY project from Gap and Threadless)
Tee-shirt refashioning not your thing? Choose another Makin’ It project from our series of totally doable DIY ideas for parents.
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