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How To Make Disney Pixar Incredibles 2 T-Shirts

It’s nearly time for Incredibles 2 to hit theaters (June 15th) and we cannot wait to see it. Recently, Vera posted a whole lot of free Incredibles 2 activity and coloring pages for you to download for the kids … perfect to keep them occupied this summer. Let’s use those coloring pages to create fun t-shirts the whole family can make together and wear to see the movie.

These are not only fun for a movie night, but would also make a great craft and take-home project for an Incredibles themed birthday party, or just a fun wearable summer craft for kids.

Incredibles 2 T-shirts – what you need:

  • Plain white t-shirts
  • T-shirt transfer paper
  • Printer
  • Iron
  • Fabric markers
  • Cardboard

The first thing you need to do is download the free printable Incredibles 2 coloring pages  – download the jpg’s (images), not the PDF’s for this project.

Next, you need to flip your images (to create a mirror image).  You may be able to do this directly on your printer, but if you can’t, you can use a service like PicMonkey to flip them, it’s as easy as the touch of a button.

Print your image on t-shirt transfer paper. If you want to trim the words off, or just use the image of ‘Dash’, then use scissors to cut out the section you want, otherwise, just go with the whole page like I did.

Follow the directions on the package of t-shirt transfer paper to iron your image onto a plain t-shirt, and then place a piece of cardboard (or a small cutting board) inside the t-shirt to prevent the fabric markers from bleeding through.

Using fabric markers color in your shirt, set aside to dry, and you are ready to see the movie.

Do a different t-shirt for each member of the family.

Will we see you in the theatres on June 15th so see Incredibles 2? Hope so!!! Be sure to rock your brand new t-shirt design and show off your DIY skills.

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Tonya Staab
Lifestyle blogger. Content creator. Aussie mum of 3 living in California.