Thursday, April 3, 2014
Superman Hearts Wonder Woman
This challenge for PRP turned out to be an adventure in color blocking and freezer paper stencil painting!
This time around I decided to make an outfit for each of my super adorable kiddos. Be prepared, this post is photo heavy!
There was just too much cuteness to squish into a couple photos. Seriously, this Superman loves his Wonder Woman.
I began by working on Lorelai's outfit. The challenge this week was to make the fabric. I started by grabbing some plain white jersey knit and painted on some gold stripes.
Kent's shirt started out white with stripes too but I hated it. So I pulled this blue stripe fabric from my stash and added the red stripe. The stripes were all made with freezer paper and Tulip Soft fabric paint.
I painted Wonder Woman and Superman onto their shirts with some freezer paper stencils I printed out. I finished of Wonder Woman's crown with a wonderful button I found at Joann's. I love how it adds dimension to the shirt.
Kent does not understand why they don't have eyes. They just don't ok?!
Now the pant's... Those were a labor of love... Mostly just labor but I LOVE how they turned out! I used my freezer paper to make a ton of star stencils and then I used a bleach pen to make all of the stars. It took ages but these are easily my favorite made by me jeans.
I used the bleach pen to make all the Super S's on Kent's jeans to. Those I just free handed. I was going for a "look". Booty shot! Aren't those Super pockets so much fun?
I love making clothes that my kids love. I love that my kids love each other!
I also love that they will humor me for photo shoots :) How adorable are those models?
We did it! We made it to the end!
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I'll be back every day this week for Kids Clothing Week, it starts tomorrow morning. I'll see you then!