Easy T-Shirt Cape Tutorial
This is a sponsored post for Pampers UnderJams through Acorn Influence. All opinions are mine.
Growing up is hard. It really is. There’s learning to walk and speak at a really young age, then a bit older you worry about wearing the right fashion and making friends. Some kids also have certain issues that can make them feel different or embarrassed. Like enuresis. But kids are also superheroes, and deserve a cape. Make their own with our Easy T-Shirt Cape Tutorial.
Enuresis, otherwise known as bed-wetting, is a very common occurrence among children. In fact, up to 10% of kids still wet the bed at age 7. While my kids no longer have this problem, and only suffered a brief period when they did, I know the confusion and embarrassment it can cause. It’s an uncomfortable situation. But it doesn’t need to be. Pampers UnderJams hopes to give children back their confidence in this tough time as well as create an easy solution to tackle bedwetting problems.
Available at Walmart, Pampers UnderJams features night wear leakage protection with a NightLock ultra-absorbent core. They are made with ComfortWear, a quiet, cloth-like material for privacy as well as a low waist so only your child knows they are wearing them!
Because kids are superheroes, there’s no need to be embarrassed. Whether you’re a superhero over autism, like my Buzz, a superhero over a chronic disease, such as Jedi, or a superhero over bed-wetting like us and many kids out there.
And every superhero needs a cape!
This t-shirt cape tutorial takes only minutes to make and are a great accessory for every superhero in your life.
DIY Superhero T-Shirt Cape Tutorial
- old t-shirts
- red and yellow acrylic paints
Grab a couple old t-shirts and cut off the front and sleeves, leaving only the back and neck.
Gather a cape design stencil. A simple star and lightning bolt work well. Tape the stencil onto your t-shirt. You’ll also need to make sure to hold it in place.
Position a piece of paper or cardboard under where your design will be on your cape and begin rubbing in a thin layer of paint until you get the desired color.
Put on your cape and #ConquerBedWetting, or anything else you need to conquer! Super Kids save the day!
this is such a cute tutorial. My boys had capes like these when they were little and wore these practically everywhere.
Those are insanely cute. I love how they came out 😉
I love those capes – so cute! I am glad that there are things like Under Jams for kids who suffer from enuresis. No need for the stigma.
This is so cute and I’m sure many kids would love to have one of these capes. This is a simple craft that will please almost any child.
These are just way too cute! I bet my preschooler would go crazy if I made one for him. I think I’m going to have to raid daddy’s old t-shirt drawer and see if I can turn him into a superhero!
My kids’ are participating in a Jog-a-thon this year that’s superhero themed. These would be so much fun to make for them to wear.
Those are darling! I have 2 superhero fanatics at home. I think I can pull off this craft! 🙂
This is such a cute project. Everyone must have an extra t-shirt they can use for this!
I love this! Yes, all kids are superheroes!! This is a great project for our homeschool group.
These are so freaking cute. I love how you repurposed the shirts, too!
I just love this idea. A kid will really feel like a superhero with a cape. And it looks so easy to make.
These are so cute and do simple I love them!! And YES every kid deserves a superhero cape!
Those capes are the cutest! I love how easy they look to create.
Thank you, I need to make one of these! My son insists that after he goes to bed at night he goes out & fights villains, so naturally he needs a cape.
That is super clever! And I love how easy it is too – great job!
These are very cute and would be a great craft for a superhero themed birthday party. Also another way to decorate them would be to use permanent markers.