- Paint, we used red, blue, and glittered acrylic craft paint
- spiked squish balls (ours came from the dollar store, I’d recommend one for each color)
- white paper plates or bowls, one for each color
- cardboard or something to place in between t-shirt layers (sometimes we use lids from plastic totes)
To make your shirts place a piece of cardboard, sometimes we use a lid from a plastic tote, inside your t-shirt to keep the front and back layers from touching. Now pour a little paint into your paper plates or bowls, one for each color. Dip your spiked squish ball in the paint and stamp your shirt with it. You can practice on paper or cardboard a few times to get the feel for it if you want to. We used one color at a time, using the glitter last to make sure it sparkled on top of the other colors. We also tried to let the colors dry mostly before stamping over them to keep them from bleeding into each other. The paint dries really fast so we really didn’t have to wait any longer then it took us to trade colors. That’s it! They were super easy! I love how each kiddo was able to create something unique to fit their individual personality:)!