This has become his favorite shirt, and he wants to wear it daily. He gets very mad that mommy won't let him wear it when it needs to be washed!! Be warned, though, ever since we made the Up shirt, the Wall-E shirts have been gathering dust. :(
What you will need:
-Fabric marker (Black)
-Small, flat object for stamp backing. I used a milk bottle top.
-Airbrush (optional) for clouds
Step 1: Step 1: Make Your Custom Balloon Stamp
To make your balloon stamp, just draw a simple balloon shape in the size you want on your craft foam and cut it out.
When making a large stamp, I have often used a cd cover as a backing because it is transparent, allowing me to see where I to easily position the stamp. In this case, though, I wanted to use something small enough for small, toddler hands to use. So, I chose a milk bottle cap.