If you're looking for a 100 Days of School project idea, you've come to the right post! It's something to celebrate, after all ... 100 days of learning ... and blooming! We love this T-shirt from Design Improvised using Aleene's Original Tacky Glue to adhere 100 blossoms to a T-shirt; it's such an easy 100 Days of School project for kids to make and they'll love wearing their own creation to celebrate. Looking for a different T-shirt idea? Check out this cute monster T-shirt for another option. Then grab your Tacky Glue and get ready to get crafty!What you need:
- Aleene's Original Tacky Glue
- Small faux flowers
- Wire cutters
Make sure the T-shirt is ironed smooth, then insert a piece of cardboard in between the layers of the shirt to prevent glue from soaking through to the backside. Trim the stems off of the backsides of 100 blossoms (if they have stems) and one by one, add a dot of Tacky Glue to the backside of the blossom and press in place on the shirt. You can do simple rows or create your own special design. Get creative and have fun with it!
Let the flowers dry flat for time recommended on Tacky Glue bottle. Check to make sure they've completely dried. Cut out lettering in your desired font from the iron-on vinyl fabric. Iron onto the T-shirt. Once complete, this sweet shirt is ready to wear!
Such a fun 100 Days of School project and a great way to celebrate 100 days of your child blooming in another school year!