The leaves have nearly completely fallen and that signals Halloween. This, at minimum, week long build up comes with lots of fun, sweets and some more then disappointing costume choices and idea. I can come up with some pretty fantastic ideas but my execution of these ideas is often less then stellar. I have learned over the years that less is more, don't dismiss a bought outfit and always enlist help when you know your way over your head.
What you will need is a t-shirt, freezer paper (you can get this from any grocery store), pencil (for drawing), fabric paint (I decided to use black and glitter), scissors, another pencil for dipping in the paint (I used a larger one and a regular sized one for different sized stamps) and an iron.
Using the freezer paper, you can make any shape you wish and simply cut it out. I had never used this before and I have to saw, why didn't I know that freezer paper existed and is a thing for crafts?? From there, you put the "shiny" plasticized side down and iron it until the edges adhere to the t-shirt.
Keeping the shapes on the shirt, go a head and get creative! I applied black first with the larger sized eraser and then went back in with silver. After that, let it dry, peel of the designs and you have a custom t-shirt! You could obviously use this for really anything. To set the paint, I let it dry over night and then put an old, thin towel over top and go over the paint with a hot iron.