We are SOOOooo excited for the boys’ FROZEN birthday party! The only problem is that there is hardly any FROZEN merchandise to be found. All my nearby stores have been cleared out of toys and well, just about everything else FROZEN related really. And, I’ve not really seen too many “boy” options for character clothes anyway. So, I decided to make them some Olaf shirts for their party…and I LOVE the way they turned out!!!
- White t-shirt(s)
- white, black, and orange fabric paint (I used puff paint)
- Olaf face template (download here: Build Olaf)
To make the shirt, I used the Build Olaf download and enlarged it so that just his head printed on a piece of paper. Then, I slide the template inside the shirt where I wanted his face to go and used the template to trace Olaf’s face on to the shirt. Once you have the face traced on, then you just fill in with your paints! I started at the top and worked my way down (to help minimize the likelihood of accidentally setting my hand in wet paint). I just outlined the eyes with black, but I didn’t do the insides white (I just let the shirt show through). I wanted Olaf’s big snowy tooth to standout though, so I did use white paint for that. I filled in the black for his mouth first and then the last thing I did was the white tooth. To be safe, I let the shirts dry overnight (about 15+ hours of drying time). They may have been done before that, but I didn’t want to take any chances. So, just keep that drying time in mind if you’re going to make these!
I repeated the process on another white shirt (so the big boys could match for their party) and on a white onesie for Baby Brother! I can’t wait for them to all in their matching shirts at the party! Fingers crossed that I can snag a group shot of them!
Would your kiddo(s) love an Olaf shirt?
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