The package of sparkle iron on material that we used for the castle t-shirt came with 4 different sheets of glittery goodness. So, we put it to use again. This time with a princess silhouette that we found doing an image search.
This top is another free pattern. It is the size 4-5 basic t-shirt by Dana at Made. To make it look a little more princess-like, I added a self-drafted circle skirt. The fabric is a cotton interlock from Joanns.
We’ve already started sewing for our next Disney trip (or just for playing princesses every day!). This shirt came about when we saw these Tulip Glitter Iron On Sheets at Hobby Lobby.
First, we cut a simple cap sleeve t-shirt out of white cotton interlock. Here is the pattern for the t-shirt that we drew:
You will need to draw it out full -size with each square equaling one inch. Cut out the t-shirt and apply the glitter applique to the front before you sew it together.
We just did an image search for a castle silhouette and traced around it onto the back fusible side of the shimmer material. Then, cut around it and iron in place.
Sewing the t-shirt together is as easy as 1, 2, 3. Just follow the instructions on the diagram.
Everyone deserves a little sparkle!