Tuesday, February 5, 2013


It was the 100th day of school yesterday, evidently a BIG DEAL on the kindergarten circuit. I found this shirt idea from Really Quite Lucky on Pinterest, and thought it would be perfect. It was easy, although cutting out each tally mark individually with scissors was a bit of madness. But what's a little madness when you get a smile like that?

What you need:
White shirt
Colored fabric (two to five colors works)
A tally mark silhouette
Heat'n Bond or some other iron-on adhesive

1. Trace your tally mark onto the smooth side of the iron-on adhesive paper.
2. Iron the adhesive onto your colored fabric, marking sure to divide the number of tallys per color that you desire.
3. Cut those tallys out like crazy.
4. Arrange in the pattern of your choice on the shirt. Iron.
5. Let your kid be the rock star of the 100th day of kindergarten.

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