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Den / Pack T-shirt


Author:  GSLC

Materials needed:
T-shirt, acrylic paints,
fabric medium,
foam stamps,
cardboard,
markers,
brushes or cotton swabs,
plastic plates.

Most craft stores have inexpensive shirts, or
each boy could bring one from home.
Put some paint on plastic plates (1 color per
plate).
Add fabric medium to each paint color.
This helps the paint to adhere to the fabric and
makes it washable.
Place the cardboard inside the shirt so the paint and markers don’t bleed
through to the other side.
The shirts could start with a den or pack theme and the boy’s name.
Each boy could then “customize” his shirt. Use
pre-made foam sponge stamps or make your
own. Designs can also be painted with brushes,
cotton swabs or cotton balls. Different kitchen
objects and other household items can make
fun shapes with paint. Allow to dry. If desired,
decorate the other side as well

References / Source:
GSLC Pow Wow 2008
 
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