40 Week Pregnancy T-shirt Tutorial
As I said in my last post this pregnancy has hit me the hardest out of all of the 4 pregnancies that I have experienced. I think because of this I am having more ambivalence towards this pregnancy. Don’t get me wrong, I am super excited to meet my new little bundle of joy, but the pregnancy is really draining.
So to get me out of my funk and to give this baby the excitement that he/she deserves I decided to make a cute pregnancy t-shirt to help me remember to take pictures – and to easily remember when I look back!
Want to know how I made this adorable shirt? Wait no more!
First, you need to go and buy a shirt that will accommodate your bump as it grows. I know how big I get as this is not my first rodeo. For some women a bigger t-shirt from Superstore would be great, for others a maternity shirt would be a better choice.
Next you need fabric paint and a stencil.
I bought spray fabric paint because I thought it would be easier – but it turns out that what I had first thought of wasn’t that easy.
It still worked for me. I just used a sponge tip brush and sprayed the paint on another surface and then blotted my brush and applied.
When using the the stencils I used a lot of scotch tape to make sure that I didn’t go over and mark up the rest of the shirt.
I wish that I had bought two stencils as the double digits were a little more challenging.
However, it all worked out in the end and I am so happy with the results!!
So tell me, how would you mark off the dates??