Painted Shirt with Friends – Tulip product review

I don’t know about you, but for me, I’m much more effective at crafting when the kids are sleeping.  So I was planning on making my girls some shirts for them, while they were sleeping.  But then I got to thinking how easy this product is to use and how they’d really love their shirts tons more if they made them themselves – so we went for it!

It was really a lot of fun and I know they will love their shirts because they made them.

I was able to review some products from Tulip –   Tulip® Fashion Glitter™ Shimmer Transfer Sheets and the Tulip® Fashion Glitter™ Shimmer Fabric Paint
Go ahead and click on those links to see more about the products – they were great!  Here’s a sample:

So basically, the glitter sheets are sheets of iron on.  You cut out the shapes you want and iron them onto your project.  The girls wanted hearts cut out so I did that for them.  They ironed on very easily and are sticking great so far.

Then the paint is glitter fabric paint – it doesn’t get better than that.  I painted their names and then they traced over them for a second layer.  Then they added all the other painted embellishments.

The finished shirts:

My review of Tulip Fashion Glitter Sheets and Paint is highly favorable – if a friend ever asks about a good fabric paint, this is what I will suggest – it was just so easy to use, went on smoothly with great coverage, and of course had the glitter factor.

Modeling the fabulousness:

If you are still shopping for gifts, I think this would super fun gift to give to a girl - a blank Tshirt and some of the paint and glitter sheets – like a DIY shirt kit – I know I would love to get that, as would my girls!!  Making it themselves was huge fun.

Big thanks to Tulip for letting me review their product – Find my post disclosure here

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