One of Tyler's baseball coaches just had a baby boy. I made him a onesie shirt to wear to the games this spring and summer.
I took the shadow of a batter from Baseball and the words BAT BOY from Varsity Letter. I sized them to fit the onesie and flipped them.
I took Freezer Paper (shiny side up) and cut out my designs. I spaced them far apart from each other because I am using them as a stencil.
It is hard to see here because it is white on white, but I ironed the shiny side down on the shirt. I put the batter on the front and the words on the back. I put a piece of cardboard inside the shirt.
I used Tulip fabric paint and a foam brush to paint inside my stencil. Don't forget to iron on the little pieces that go inside the Bs and A!
Once the paint dried, I just peeled off the freezer paper to reveal my design!
Here is the back of the shirt!
I love making these kind of shirts for my son as well as for gifts!!