So I am pretty great at puff paint- just keepin it real. But before a friends baby shower a year or so ago, it had been years since I had so much fun playing with it! When I was in elementary school, my mom had a friend create a sweatshirt with a horsehead painted onto it with puff paint/Tulip Dimensional paints... I LOVED that sweatshirt. I was totally into horses and the fact that it was dimensional paint (a.k.a. puff paint) was way cooler! It was the 80's and Tulip Paint was all the rage! Can you relate!?
Oh boy- I turned 30 yesterday and being a child of the 80's has some great memories! Puffy paint, tye dye, shirt rings, side ponies! So when Blueprint Social contacted me about a campaign with Tulip Dimension paints, I knew I wanted to be a part of it! When I received my Tulip items in the mail and saw the awesome red, white and blue colors, I knew it would be perfect for a 4th of July theme for my girls!
Onesies, T-shirts or Tanks
Tulip Soft Fabric Paint in Red and Blue
Tulip Dimensional Crystal Paint in Red, White, and Blue
Tulip Sticky Multi-surface Star Stencil
2 different size paper doilies
First we will start with the Fireworks shirt- perfect for a little girl!
Find a small child with cute rainboots who will hang out with you and encourage you, telling you how pretty everything is :)
Next up- Captain America inspired!
Peel back the other piece of the star stencil that we didn't use on the back of the Firworks onesie. Place the star in the center of the shirt/onesie. Using a brush, roughly trace a circle around the star, connecting the points until it is filled in and creates a circle around the star.
Leave the star in place, use a paint brush with your red paint and create a red circle around the outside of the blue circle.
One for your little girly firework and one for your Captain America!
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