My go-to Disney park souvenir is a shirt. I love them because I can buy one, then wear it for the next day’s adventure. However, I also like to arrive with an appropriate shirt already in hand to start the trip off right. Since the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival is currently going on at Disney World, my mind was on flowers when I was working on my project for Undercover Tourist, and one of my favorite Disney scenes is the garden from Alice in Wonderland. Those blooms are so insulted at the idea of a wild flower in their midst!
You can see the complete instructions and pattern over at the Undercover Tourist blog, but all you need is a t-shirt, freezer paper, printer paper, an iron, a permanent marker and some crayons. This is a fairly easy project, but because of the light touch required when tracing and coloring I probably wouldn’t try it with very small kids.
I wanted an ombre look to mine, so I simply layered a few colors like this:
Wear it proud, all you wild flowers out there!