DIY Holiday T-Shirts

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To check out fabulous holiday projects with Tulip Shimmer Paints and Tulip Shimmer Sheets, visit the I Love to Create website. You can also find them on FacebookTwitter, and Pinterest.

Oh. My. Glitter. Heaven.

Y’all know I love me some glitter goodness.


Well, apparently Tulip Shimmer has kicked it up a notch with all of their amazing glammed up glitter products! Just look at all this sparkly amazingness!

I am seriously going to be posting glitter projects for the rest of my life.

After getting all these fabulous tools in the mail, I got right to work making some super cute holiday glitter t-shirts for Evey. (aka the pickiest child on earth when it comes to clothing.)

Here’s what you need for the first holiday glitter snowflake t-shirt project:

Plain white paper


Tulip Shimmer Fabric Spray Paint


First, fold and cut a single sheet of white paper to create a snowflake. This is a fabulous project to do with your kids as snowflakes are easy to cut and it’s quick to see how they turn out.

Next insert another sheet of white paper in-between your shirt layers so the paint doesn’t bleed through. Then lay your snowflake down flat on top of your t-shirt.

Gently spray the Tulip Glitter Fabric Spray Paint on top of and around your snowflake.

Peel off your snowflake pattern, and wait a few hours for your shirt to dry.

That’s it! I love how subtle the pattern is, and how soft and sparkly the glitter appears on the t-shirt.

Next I am going to show you how to make a glitter chevron holiday t-shirt.

You will need:


White paper

Tulip Shimmer Fashion Glitter Transfer Sheets


First you will need to choose one sheet of the Tulip Fashion Glitter Transfer Sheets and cut it into 1/2 inch strips. Then you will cut your strips in half, and half again, giving you four rectangular pieces.

Next place a piece of white paper in-between your shirt laters, and then lay out the desired pattern on your shirt.

Carefully iron each piece with a second sheet of white paper between the glitter pieces and the iron.

Another great craft to do with your kids! My seven year old was able to easily cut the pieces and even loved helping me gently iron them on.

That’s it! I love how this shirt turned out, and I especially love that when I look at it I am reminded of my daughter’s creativity. It may not be perfectly straight, but she LOVED the fact that she made her own t-shirt. She is already planning on wearing it to our family holiday party this year!

To check out more fabulous holiay projects with Tulip Shimmer products, visit the I Love to Create website. You can also find them on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Disclosure: I received product and payment via The Blueprint Social for this post, however, opinions are 100% my own.

9 Responses to “DIY Holiday T-Shirts”

November 19, 2012 Reply

Oh that’s so sweet! I love that your daughter made it! Definitely reminds me of Charlie Brown’s shirt! :)
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Mimi @ Irresistible Pets
November 19, 2012 Reply

I love the gold and blue together! Such a pretty color combo.
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Lindsay @Artsy-Fartsy Mama
November 19, 2012 Reply

Loving these shirts!! So fun :)
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How much fun are these and all the fun goodies!

Jamie Lott
November 19, 2012 Reply

I want one of those chevron shirts for myself!!
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November 19, 2012 Reply

Cute, cute, cute! Can’t wait to create my projects!

Love that black and chevron shirt…..cute.
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Cute projects! Love the shiny shiny!
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November 26, 2012 Reply

LOVE both of your shirts!
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