Craft Club - DIY Tribal Shirts

Everyone I work with is insanely creative so when I received an invitation to Craft Club I knew it was not-to-be-missed. Last night Lindsay Leaf hosted the get-together at her beautiful apartment. After wine and hors d'oeuvres we got started. On our team we have a DIY pro, Jenna Colombini, who has been crafting for years. Our project for the night was creating Tribal Tanks and Tees. Jenna pulled together inspiration boards and gathered the supplies from Michaels. This was the first of many more craft nights and we are already discussing our next project. Incorporating a DIY activity into a party really adds to the fun factor - people love an opportunity to get creative. 
All supplies can be purchased at Michaels - pack of sponges cut into shapes (triangles, squares, etc.), Sharpie Stained markers, painting tray and most importantly t-shirts 
(we purchased from Forever 21).

Our fearless DIY leader, check out more of Jenna's DIY creations on her blog: http://jennarosecee.tumblr.com/

Dip one side of the sponge in paint and then 
press on your t-shirt. 

Make sure to place a piece of paper/cardboard between the shirt to keep the paint from soaking through.
Jasmin getting started!

Our fabulous final creations!
Jasmin's parents were visiting from Carmel
and joined us for the fun. Her dad Rudy was so
creative and helped with the finishing touches.
First night of craft club was a success! Can't wait for the next one!


  1. That was a great craft club night. So glad you were there!!

  2. Can't wait for the next one! You are the best crafter I know!

  3. looks like adult Indian Princesses