I don’t know about you guys but the 100th day of school sneaks up on me every year and before I know it my kids need a t-shirt with 100 things stuck to it. Luckily, Darice is here to save the day (and moms’ sanity!) There are tons of 100 days of school shirt ideas out there, some of them super easy and others extremely involved. I’m going to give you some really basic ideas using Darice stickers on themed t-shirts you can make with your kids that won’t give you a headache or break the bank!
- Darice Felties Stickers or Darice Foamies Stickers
- Darice Permanent Fabric Markers
- Darice Iron-On Heat Transfer Paper
- Blank T-shirts
Step 1. The thing that makes these 100 days of school shirt ideas so crazy easy is the huge variety of Darice Foamies Stickers to choose from. There’s only a couple things to keep in mind when selecting stickers. Stay with small stickers, large ones will fall off easier. Also pick stickers that can easily be worked into a theme. Here are some of my favorite combos:
- Planes, Trains, & Automobiles – 100 Days of Going Places
- Sea Creatures – 100 Days Under The Sea
- Peace Signs – 100 Groovy Days of Fun
- Pirate Stickers – 100 Days at Sea
Step 3. Depending on the age of your children, have them count out and attach 100 stickers to their t-shirts. You may have to use both sides and be cautious when slipping the t-shirt over their heads. If the stickers aren’t adhering as well as you would have liked, you can use either a stapler or some fabric glue to assist.
There you have it! Totally easy 100 days of school shirt ideas that can fit any personality. Don’t worry too much if the stickers don’t stay in place permanently, your kids will be too excited about rocking their 100 Days t-shirt they won’t even notice!
If your little one really wants to wow on the 100th day of school, consider covering a shirt in these fun monster craft kids buttons. Plan ahead with this project idea as it will take more time to create!
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