Kick off school vacation with a summery coloring page to pass the kids’ now-lazy days. This doodle prints perfectly on a plain letter sized piece of paper. OR, print the mirror image onto soft inkjet transfer paper like this. Then iron it onto a white or light colored tee and let your little one color it in with fabric markers. They will be so proud of their wearable masterpiece! It would also be a great project for a summer birthday or pool party!
Boo tested out the new doodle print recently:
The doodle print was printed in reverse onto t-shirt transfer (using Super Soft Transfer Paper that feels like it’s part of the fabric) and carefully cut out.
The transfer was ironed according to directions on a tank top and then stretched onto a piece of cardboard. Double-sided tape was used to keep it from shifting around:
Using fabric markers Boo colored in her design:
So proud to wear her design to school today!
Click the image below for the download and click here if you prefer the mirror image graphic for iron-ons.
Have a great summer! Stay tuned for a boy version soon!
Click here to view more printables by Stephanie Corfee!
Jennifer Dingman says
Love!!! I made a white racer back tank dress yesterday and gave it along w/ fabric markers as a bday gift. My daughter is asking for one now and this printable will be perfect to add to her dress. Thanks!!! You both rock.
Megan Daniels says
So cute! I can’t wait to see the boy one (I have two boys :)). Thanks!
i looooove this! i love summer and i love this print! thank you so much to your and stephanie for being so generous and sharing with us! 🙂
Thank you, and Thank you to the talented Stephanie Corfee.
I have been meaning to grab her new book, thanks for the reminder!
Mary Dailey says
I love this! I’m going to do t-shirts for each of my granddaughters! Thank you!
Love this! Which doesn’t surprise me. l have to test thus out within the next couple of weeks. Thanks again to all of you for giving me a project to do with my kids! You should come out with a design for a boy. *hint hint*
Ooooh I love this!!! I’m sure my li’l artist will be thrilled to paint this on her shirt :)Thanks again for sharing your great DIY ideas 🙂
I do summer camps for littler kids! This will be a must do!!
Check out Boo! Love her smile…too cute.
Marilyn Hanuschik says
Any chance the boy one would be available before Monday? We are heading out on a road trip this monday and this would be a great project for the kids to do in the car!
This is brilliant – I LOVE it. And will definitely be doing it with my daughter so soon – thank you thank you! And I am DELIGHTED to hear that there will be a boy version too – awesome!!!!
Thank you so much!!!
So cute! Thanks so much!
I’ve been trying out different transfers. I’ve yet to find one that washes nicely, no cracks. Tell me more about this one. Can you wash it normally? Dry it in the dryer? Also, how is the washability and color staying power w/the fabric markers?
I’ve got some fun ideas for this, but don’t want to ruin any shirts. lol
Julie Edwards McCartney says
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