Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Sneetches Shirt Tutorial


This Friday my grade level is having a Dr. Seuss celebration.  For the celebration each kindergarten class will switch classes and read a story and have a snack that has to do with the story.  We have seven kindergarten classrooms so this will take all morning.  I am super excited to do this.  I picked to read The Sneetches. (I actually may watch a movie of someone reading the story so it is a little different for the kiddos).  We are going to have a star shaped sugar cookie covered with green icing. Yum!  I decided to make a shirt for me and my intern to where this exciting day.  

Here is what I started with.
2 yellow shirts
2 packages of green iron on letters
1 green shirt
fabric glue 


Here are the final shirts.  One of the shirts is facing forward and the other one is facing backwards.


I think they turned out so good.  I think I will have to walk around with my nose up in the air so I can act like a Sneetch. :)
 


22 comments:

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    1. Thanks!! It was easy to make! The hardest part was figuring out the iron on letters.

      April
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  2. Adorable!!! I am your newest follower! Can't wait to see more!

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    1. Thanks for becoming a follower!! Thanks.

      April
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  3. So cute! Love them! I made a Daisy shirt and my teamie and I are going to be Daisy Head Mayzie's tomorrow :)

    Natalie
    TeacheryTidbits

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    1. Thanks! I bet your Daisy shirt is so adorable! Have a great day tomorrow!

      April
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    1. No way, really?!! Yea!!!! I am so excited and honored you blogged about them. Thanks so much!! Maybe I will get some more followers! Woohoo!! You made my night! :)


      April
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  5. I think your blog is awesome! I nominated you for an award! Come on over to accept!
    ~Jada
    Daisy Days for Learning

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  6. SOOOO stinkin cute!!! I must make these!!

    Michelle

    The 3AM Teacher

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  7. I SO wish I had seen this before Friday. What a cute and easy idea! I will definitely have one made for RAA next year!

    Laura
    Kinder Kraziness

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    1. Sorry you didn't see it earlier. Try to keep it in mind for next year. It was super easy to make!

      April

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