One of our family’s traditions is opening one present on
Christmas Eve. And that one present is new pajamas. I like to either buy/make
pajamas that are characters of movies/games that they like. My little girl is
fairly easy because she loves all the Disney stuff and they are super popular,
so I just picked her up a pair during Black Friday. But boys are a different
story, they like some of stuff that is popular right now, but they are obsessed
with Minecraft. And because Minecraft is newer they still don’t have a ton of
Minecraft pajamas, that isn’t super expensive. I found a pair online that I loved
but they were about $20 a pair, which times that by 4 and it’s really
expensive. So I decided to make a similar design and make them myself. They only cost about $6 each to make, much better than $20 plus they
turned out so cute and good, I can’t wait to give them to my kids on Christmas
the design on two ways, you can use vinyl and fabric paint or you can use heat
transfer vinyl. Either way is a great way, it just depends on what you prefer
(or have on hand).
I then cut it out with vinyl. I then removed the images, leaving a stencil to
use to paint with.
backing and then put it onto the shirt. You have to go slowly because there are
little pieces that can stick the paper.
then took away the vinyl and then ironed it, to set the paint.
**Make sure to mirror your image before cutting it out!!**. I
then peeled away the excess HTV, leaving the design.
little more expensive than vinyl.
material) using this tutorial. But if you’re lazy like me, you could also just
buy a pair of green pants (I got the TMNT pjs from the Black Friday sales).
excited about them. Plus they can wear the shirt as a regular shirt to school
take a picture and show you how they look on. He’s pretty darn cute in them!!!
And I know that the other pjs are going to look great on my boys too!
Crafting Table with Book Ends
Steve, Zombie and Creeper Costumes
Foam Pickaxe and Sword