This heart t-shirt Grinch craft for kids is a quick craft the kids can do themselves. And they are perfect for a Grinch family movie night or holiday party
Heart T-Shirt Grinch Craft for Kids
“Well in Whoville they say the Grinch’s small heart grew three sizes that day.” Dr. Seuss
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we’re big fans of The Grinch Who Stole Christmas story. Like many, it’s become a tradition for us to watch one (or all) of the versions during the holiday season.
Recently, I shared our Grinch Christmas bath salts (so cute) and Grinch Shower Fizzies and Bath Bombs. But my daughter wants in on the crafty fun, so today I’m sharing an adorable t-shirt Grinch craft for kids. It’s done in no time at all and the kids can make it ALL. BY. THEMSELVES. #winning
Supplies to Make This Fun Grinch Craft for Kids
The only note I’ll give you is to try and find the thickest felt you can find. You can use craft felt, but it will likely break down in the wash after a few cycles.
- green t-shirt (dollar stores or craft stores both have them)
- red felt
- fabric glue and cardboard (or wax paper, foil, or another item to prevent glue from seeping)
How to Make a Christmas Grinch T-Shirt
I’m not sure this needs a tutorial, friends, but here goes. If this is a one-time wear kind of thing for you, disregard these notes. But if this is something someone will want to wear more than once, go ahead and prewash and dry the shirt to prevent shrinkage after applying the hearts.
Care Instructions: Make sure the glue has set completely. Wash on delicate cycle and air dry (or tumble with no heat).
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