I love dressing up for the month of October for Halloween. It's a lot of fun! But last year I made a shirt for Elliott with some fabric paint and though I liked how it turned out and it was fun for him to wear, he really only got to wear it for a few weeks, then we had this Halloween shirt laying around that I didn't want him to wear and I knew would be too small before next Halloween. Please tell me I am not the only one. I came up with a solution! Duct tape shirts! They are really simple to make, the tape stays on all day (trust me, we have tried) and when you're done you still have a useable shirt. It's a total win, win!
To make your own, just lay some strips of duct tape onto a cutting mat and use an xacto knife to cut out the shapes then peel them up!
Next place the duct tape pieces onto your shirt and press them on. And when you're done, put it on your kid and watch them love it!
Elliott's best "De Niro". Not bad, right?