Hands On Me Necktie
Here’s a tie that Dad won’t mind the hand and fingerprints. He’ll love the bold colors of the precious little hands that welcome him home with hugs every night.
SuppliesTulip Soft® Fabric Paint
BI15794 Cool Blue
Tie – white
Container for water to wash paintbrush
Foam plate or foil for palette
New kitchen sponge
Trace child’s handprints onto contact paper. Cut out handprints.
Place where desired onto tie, pressing firmly around edges to prevent paint seepage.
Pour Turquoise paint onto palette and using paintbrush, paint from tip of tie up approximately one third of the way, engulfing the right handprint. Let dry.
Pour Cool Blue paint onto palette and using paintbrush, paint up tie to about one third from top, engulfing left handprint and overlapping onto the Turquoise. Let dry.
Cut a small heart from sponge. Pour Black paint onto palette. Dab heart sponge into black paint, tapping off some onto palette. Pounce one heart onto middle of each handprint. Let dry.
This craft is reprinted courtesy of ILoveToCreate.com.
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I love this idea!! Where can I find white ties? I’ve looked everywhere!
You might check a tux rental place. Maybe they have ties that could be recycled. Also this would work with light blue, silver or grey.
Found white at Kmart. Used neon fabric markers. Similar look. Thanks for idea