Batman needed a t-shirt for school to celebrate this milestone. I suggested something like googly eyes(I have a stash with stick back, just peel and press on the fabric) - we could make monsters out of them, or add 1 in front and make a 100.
But of course, my Kindergartener thought that was too baby-ish!
He wanted tally marks. So I googled it, and saw this lovely post on tally marks t-shirt!
But I don't own a Silhoutte. And don't trust myself with "non-erasable" fabric markers.
So what to do....
Iron-on transfer paper to the rescue!!
A quick trip to Michaels, and I had the t-shirt and the transfer paper!
I made the tally marks in Word, printed it out on the trusty inkjet (just select glossy paper and print quality as high in the settings), and just ironed it on. Easy.
Here is the t-shirt still on the ironing board after I peeled the paper backing off...
The beauty of the tally marks is that you don't have to do a mirror image!
You can see the outline of the paper in the picture. If you don't want that, trim off the excess paper.
Here is the proud owner of the t-shirt on his way to school!
My only mistake? Not doing the whole thing after the kiddos were in bed!
Now I have requests for Ninja shirts, Star Wars shirts, Angry Bird Shirts..........
Did you decorate a shirt for this milestone as well?
Here is the link for the pdf file with the tally marks.