You already know my love for Hopper… and his shirt. If the MUG wasn’t enough, I just HAD to get Joshie a toddler version of the shirt. The problem? No one makes them! What, are we living in the Upside Down? I got Jeffrey the grownup version HERE, but had to paint a shirt for Joshie. It was easier than I thought, and only took maybe 2 hours and that was to let the paint dry.
To be honest, Joshie is more of a Dustin (DUSTIN DIY HERE with my middle one Max!) but this had to be done. If you’re more of an Elle, you can make ELEVEN’S EGGO WAFFLE PURSE DIY HERE.
WHAT YOU NEED:
* Fabric paint: pink, green, white (see below for color suggestions)
* Paint brushes – 1 thick for the bigger areas of dark pink and green, 1 thin for the accents in light pink and light green
* Black fabric marker or Sharpie
* Mustache or face paint
* White toddler button down shirt (or would be soooo cute as a collared onesie!)
* Brown belt
At first you can unbutton the shirt and lay it flat, but eventually you’ll want to put it on a hanger while it dries. You can add detail on it that way if you’re impatient like I am!
It’s not a perfect match, but it doesn’t need to be. The less precise you are, the better it looks in my opinion. Just be confident in what you’re doing, and it’ll magically just work out. Or at least that’s what works in my brain!
I tried to stick on the hairy mustache, but Joshie was NOT having it. I had to draw it on with face paint instead.
Toddler Hopper to the rescue! Happy Halloween!