Clothes and toy stamps
Hi everyone, it’s Jolanda of “Jurkenenshirtjes“. I would like to give you some inspirations for the Toys theme. You can think of so much ways to combine toys and children’s clothes and you can let your creativity flow! What I think is mainly the challenge when making children’s clothes is to make stylish clothes which my children like to wear. With the Toys theme this last thing won’t be a problem.
My eldest son preferably walks around in T-shirts with Cars, Paw Patrol or Fireman Sam on it. He has one of these in his closet. It’s one he loves and I don’t. This is because I still prefer him in more stylish clothes. Sorry if I’m not a good mom because of that. 😉
More stylishly stamped clothes I make both my son, who loves cars most, and myself happy. I have seen many brands featuring cars on shirts this summer. Bikes and boats (thinking of spring already) will do too. I could also make my son very happy with clothes which are stamped with Paw Patrol‘s signature paw print and stylish at the same time. How cool is that? Some other ideas are to use toy cars for making car tracks or building blocks for fun patterns.
For girls, you could use the foot of a baby doll or big wooden beads as stamps. Alternatively, you could use stickers of their favorite toy characters to create silhouetted stamps. Also, girls often already have many stamps in their drawing kits, so why not use their favorite ones on a shirt? Or on a jumpsuit, seeing as that is an indispensable outfit this coming season.
Lego inspired stamping
Stylish or not, a Lego fan needs special consideration. 😉 Although even this can be done in style. See the various ideas from bloggers on the Internet. You can use different techniques for making lego-inspired clothing. You could stamp the beloved blocks on clothes like pants or a shirt. You could use ‘freezer paper’ to paint a print on a shirt. If you are unfamiliar with this, then this tutorial clearly explains how. Or you could cut out a print out of flock foil and iron this onto the shirt.
If you choose to paint on the shirt with ‘freezer paper’ you could even let your child paint it on him- or herself. How cool is that? Making clothes becomes playing, the clothes become the toys!
And you could even stamp on the clothes so the clothes become toys itself. Think of a being able to disguise yourself with a stamped on moustache or looking a real lady with the help of a stamped necklace. It’s up to you!!
The Internet does not provide a great many ideas for using toy themed stamps, but I hope I have now been able to make you enthusiastic about stamping toy prints or using toys as stamps for your homemade clothes. Be creative! Did you think of stamping with food toys, tinker toys or mini erasers, rubix cube, magnatiles, etc? Looking forward to seeing how you will customize your creations during KCW!