-bat shirt template (click HERE to download. UPDATE: For those wanting the file for your silhouette, email me and I can email it to you. I don’t think there is any way I can share the link for that since you have to have the silhouette software to open it. Alternatively, you can save the document as a picture and then import it and use the trace feature on your silhouette—or just email me since that is easier for you!). This template is for a toddler size shirt—the size shirt I used was 3T. You could use multiple templates however, to paint the bats onto a larger area if you want to. To create the template, I used THIS bat.
Ok, so I’m spoiled and my hubby bought me a silhouette for Christmas last year, so I was able to use my trace feature and cut my freezer paper that way. But I sure have done a fair amount of cutting my freezer paper by hand on a few different projects. If I was to do that on this project, I’d probably simplify the shape of the bats a bit while cutting them out (if not using a silhouette, then trace the template onto the freezer paper and cut out the bats, or you can print onto the freezer paper—I’ve done that before but sometimes the freezer paper gets stuck in my printer and that’s no fun!)
All done! A brand new Halloween shirt. My boys loved it so much they want one of their own now. We might just use the bleach pen on black shirts.