I visited Old Navy last weekend and they had their classic t's on sale for $3.00 in a bunch of colors. I picked up several thinking I freezer paper paint t-shirts from Michael's all the time...why not these? It would be a step up from just a cotton shirt. I admit I was nervous, but reminded myself that I only paid .50 more for this shirt than the Michael's shirts I typically do without many issues.
I found a design I liked on the Sweetheart cart and cut it at about 10 inches. I ended up positioning it on the seam of the shirt with most of the design on the lower front portion. I used some cuttlebug dies to weigh down the freezer paper, it tends to roll when you have larger pieces. I then ironed it on a medium high setting.
I used tulip fabric paint I mixed this fantastic aqua color with a bit of white to tone it down and coordinate better with the blue shirt.
Let it dry and remove the freezer paper (I rushed mine a bit and had some slightly unfinished edges as a result). I rocked it the next day to school. I have plans to do the other shirts over the next several weeks. I have 1 more full day of school and 4 student half days/teacher half work days left! C'mon SUMMER TIME!