This ghost face Halloween t-shirt is actually a pretty easy Halloween craft for kids to make. My almost 4 year old was able to paint it all by himself!
How to make the Ghost Face T-shirt Craft
I made a stencil using freezer paper and an exacto knife (available by the aluminum foil and wax paper). I freehanded the design, but of course you could print a template to use. Make sure you place cardboard in between so the paint doesn’t leak through to the back of the shirt.
I gave my little guy black Tulip fabric paint to paint with. I put an art smock on him because he sometimes gets a little crazy when painting and didn’t want it to ruin his clothes. He enjoyed doing this activity a lot and was so proud to tell people that he painted it all by himself!
Here are 2 photos of my little guy sporting his Ghost t-shirt at the pumpkin patch.
This would look so cute as a pumpkin shirt, monster face shirt, black cat silhouette- the possibilities are endless! How adorable would it be to personalize a baby onesie for Halloween?!