Snowman T-shirt tutorial

Tis the Season! Here’s a fun way to spice up a plain white tee for the winter season!

I made these snowman tee’s for my kids years ago. They are quick, simple and adorable!

Supplies: 
White t-shirt
scrap of orange fabric (for carrot nose)
Fabric Adhesive
Scissors
8 black buttons (mine were mismatched)
thread and hand sewing needle
Step 1: Cut out a carrot pattern to trace. (A carrot is really just a tall, skinny triangle with a rounded bottom).

Step 2: Place your orange fabric right side down and apply the fabric adhesive per the package instructions. Trace your carrot pattern and then cut out.

Step 3: Place the carrot on the tshirt and arrange the buttons for the eyes and mouth. Remove the backing on the carrot and iron into place. 

Step 4: Sew the carrot securely into place with a zig zag, statin or straight stitch. Then using your hand needle sew on the buttons for the eyes and mouth and you are done!
These can easily be made into a girl snowman by adding a hair bow or even eyelashes.

If you try them out – let me know!
I will be linking up here all week! 

Comments

  1. That is super cute!!!

  2. I love it!!!

  3. How cute! Pinning this!

  4. That is so cute!!

  5. I am so making these for my kids! Thanks so much for linking it up today at Creative Me Monday!

  6. Oh wow – I absolutely love this! So simple but very very effective!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

  7. This is SO CUTE, what a fun idea :)

  8. Super cute!!! Hmmm, I might just have to make one too!

  9. oohh I love this!! I think I will make one for ME ME ME!! I have an obsession with snowmen!

  10. oh I totally need a cheap gift for the niece and nephew this year. I think I could probably handle this. I could make a girl one, and a boy one, and they’d both be happy!

  11. cute!cute!cute!!!!!!

  12. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [30 Nov 02:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

  13. Love this …. great idea so thanks for sharing :O) I will add a link to this on my blog – http://everydayimstitchin.blogspot.com/ over the next few days.

  14. What a cute and easy idea! And I have tons of black buttons left over from my Halloween pumpkin project! Check it out at http://palmettosandpigtails.com/2011/11/09/its-fall-yall/

    Thanks for sharing!
    -Shara

  15. SOOOOOO much cuter & cheaper than the $25 Gymboree one that looks very similar :)

    Definitely pinning this to make!

  16. Thanks for sharing…I used it as inspiration for an appliqued version instead. Didn’t want buttons around the babies! :)

  17. The nose is the best part! Adorable! Thank you so much for linking up to Upcycled Awesome and Everything Else!

  18. Adorable! Thank you so much for linking up to Upcycled Awesome and Everything Else!

  19. I love this! Sometimes the best ideas really are the simplest, it’s so effective & impossibly cute.

  20. So cute!! And a shirt I could actually handle making! Thanks for linking up!

  21. ADORABLE!!!!! Thank you for sharing this!

    So nice to ‘meet’ you today! I blog at “Only A Breath” and would love for you to stop by and visit :)

    Hugs!
    Melanie

  22. How cute is this?! I have to make one for my daughter!

    I’d love for you to link up and share: http://tutusandteaparties.blogspot.com/2011/12/pinteresting-link-party-week-sixteen.html

  23. Thanks so much for sharing this last week on Thingamajig Thursday.

    Hope to see you again this week!

    Alida
    radcrafter.com

  24. Oh so cute Megan!!! I love this shirt – it’s fun and so sweet! I featured you today – http://www.flamingotoes.com/2011/12/crush-of-the-week-think-pink-features-31/
    Thanks for linking up!!

  25. I made that shirt and it is AWESOME. Thanks for sharing this, my niece will love it.
    You can check mine out here: http://bilingual-crafting-sewing.blogspot.com/2011/12/day-15-through-19.html
    Greetings from Germany
    Catrin

  26. funny idea!

    I linked to your tutorial on my blog – thanks for sharing!

    doro K.

  27. Hi, I made your shirt. It’s adorable and my niece loves it…
    Thank you
    Greetings from Germany
    Catrin
    P.S. You can check it out here: http://bilingual-crafting-sewing.blogspot.com/2011/12/christmas-gifts-weihnachtsgeschenke.html

  28. Such a cute idea! I featured you on my pinterest finds post! http://www.lovebugliving.com/2011/12/pinterest-christmas-inspiration.html

  29. Finally I can dress my kids in something matchy-matchy! I have a boy and a girl, so it doesn’t happen often. I made your shirts for my kiddos for Christmas! Thanks for the idea. You can check mine out here. http://prattlindsay.blogspot.com/2011/12/christmas-day.html

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