One of my very favorite Tulip products is the fashion glitter transfer sheets. I think it's so cool that you can easily put glitter anywhere without making a big mess. The transfer sheets made this glitter polkadot shirt really easy to make.
To make this tee you'll need:
– a plain t-shirt
– a paper punch of your choice
I wanted to see if I could use my paper punches on these glitter transfer sheets and I was so excited when it worked. It saved me a lot of cutting time. I punched a sheet's worth of polkadots and laid them aside. (Tip: Depending on how old/sharp your paper punch is, it may cut really well or it might cramp up a bit. If it gives you trouble, just put a sheet of paper behind the glitter sheets so that you're cutting through both layers.)
I made sure I had enough dots to cover the shirt.
I placed them where I wanted them, working from the bottom of the shirt to the top.
To make them adhere to the shirt, you simple cover them with a thin cloth. (I use a pillow case.) Then you iron them on. It's so simple.
I also cut some of the polkadots to fit by the neckline, so the pattern was consistent. The shirt can be worn alone, or it makes a cute, neutral layer for warmer weather.
It would be fun to try out different shapes if you have different paper punches. I could see stars and it would be fun to add them to leggings too.