6 white t-shirts (already had, found at the dollar store) - $6
6 colors of fabric paint (already had these, but they run about $1.25 ea at craft stores) - $7.50
Multi pack of sharpies (found on sale at Kmart) $3.50
sponge brushes (already had, dollar store) $1
freezer paper (already had, found at Walmart) $3
Project Total for 6 Thanksgiving Shirts for the Family = $21
Memories of making your shirts as a family = PRICELESS :)
4. Using the multi color pack of sharpies, let every one draw or write everything they are thankful for on their shirts! We had so much fun with this! It was also a great way to keep the kids busy on Thanksgiving morning and really get into the spirit of the day :)
My sweet babies
And their awesome shirts!
My oldest (14) is in French at school so she chose "I'm Thankful For" in French ;-)
I love how she set up her shirt :) and that she is not only thankful for butter, but also for bacon ;-) A girl after her mama's heart!
My 12 year old stepson :)
I thought it was cute how he used the letters in FAMILY and FRIENDS for other words and he used pictures too. And also that he is thankful for "Nerds" LOL
My 9 year old baby girl :)
So cool how she set hers up like a crossword puzzle! And that she is thankful for herself LOL! Oh and also bacon ;-)
And my youngest (6) :)
I thought it was so sweet how she was thankful for her teacher first and foremost! And her house and room and hearts ;-)
And then there's me :)
I tried to do mine in a Subway Art Style. Mixing different colors, fonts and directions. I really love how it came out :)
And my amazing husband who is a VERY good sport and totally got into the spirit of things!
He's such a sweetheart :) He had fun making up his shirt!
My favorite part of the whole thing was how much fun we all had designing them :) I adore my big old crazy family!