Sometimes, no many how many stain removers you try you can’t get a spot out. This is a great trick for hiding them or personalizing one’s clothes with children’s building blocks! Materials Blank t-shirts, pillow cases, aprons etc. Fabric paint Blocks Paint brushes Cardboard Craft tray Shallow tray Directions Don your smock. Insert a piece of cardboard into your shirt, bag etc. to protect it from being glued shut with the fabric paint. Put approximately a tablespoon of your chosen colours of fabric paint onto your craft tray. Carefully paint one side of your shape (we find the painting gives a more even coat that dipping) and then apply it to your chosen surface. Create a design using your shapes. Here we are, covering up a spot or two on the smock: While you are working, be sure to enjoy a song or two! When you are done, immediately wash your shapes and brushes to prevent the paint from adhering (we keep a few blocks that we only use for these types of activities) and allow your projects to dry overnight or according to the product directions. Enjoy your custom made stuff! Wouldn’t this make a perfect pillow case for camp or for days when kids are sick? Purpose Using a variety of tools and techniques to exploring painting Creating personalized materials Safety Notes Be sure to wear a smock and use a craft tray to protect your clothing and surfaces from the fabric paint! Please like & share: Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.