|Piece of t-shirt.|
|Frame without glass.|
|1. Cut the piece of shirt to a size that is slightly larger than the back of the frame.|
|2. Cut a piece of flat batting, slightly smaller than the back of the frame.|
|3. Put the batting on the front facing side of the back of the frame.|
|4. Put the fabric face down, and put the back side of the frame with batting on top of it.|
|5. Then using common household tape, I taped the edge of the t-shirt to the back of the frame. Using tape instead of a glue gun, made it a kid friendly craft|
There you have it, a low tech craft, that is cute and safe for a kids room. If you don't have batting, you can use another layer cut from the t-shirt itself, to give the image more lift. The batting I used was from the padding of an ironing board cover.
Re-cycling t-shirts seem to be very popular trend. I have used the arms of t-shirts to make head bands, a toddler t-shirt to cover a travel pillow and fairy wings. Do you have something you have done or plan to do with an old t-shirts?