I always make sure the boys have cute holiday pj’s, but I never really put much thought into what I wear. My pj’s normally consist of some random t-shirt and an old pair of yoga pants. Totally darling, right? Ugh. I have gotten better this past year and I have actually picked up pj’s and this time around I decided I wanted holiday pj’s as well! So I picked up a plaid sleep shirt similar to these. Mine was purchased at Old Navy in this pattern, but it’s no longer available online. Of course I can’t leave good enough alone so, I decided to add a little holiday saying with felt letters and voila my tutorial for DIY felt letter holiday pj’s!
Here is what you’ll need:
-Article of clothing: I picked pj’s, but you could use whatever you like.
-Felt: A sheet or two of felt will do. I went with a glitter red.
–Heavy duty wonder under fusible fabric
Step 1: Cut a piece of your heavy duty wonder under fusible fabric and iron it on to the back side of the felt you are using. You can do this with any fabric, but when you use felt you don’t need to worry about frayed edges. I did this project with fabric here if you want to see how that works.
Step 2: Print out your saying in whatever font and size you like! I went with FA LA LA! Attach print out to your felt on the right side of the fabric (fusible side will be on the back) and cut out your letters.
Step 3: Decide on your placement.
Step 4: Get a damp cloth and place over your letters. Then iron for 10-15 secs on each letter. Felt is thick so, it will probably take a couple of rounds of doing this to get it fully stick. Once it fully adheres you will be able to run this in the washing machine.
Now you are ready to enjoy Christmas morning!
Guys, how cute are my socks? I picked them up at Old Navy as well, but can’t find them online. Hopefully you can still find them in stores!
It was such an easy project! Tackled it quickly while Hudson was at school the other day! Now I’m ready to add a felt letter applique to everything! Perhaps another silhouette applique pillow of the boys. I never made one for Asher!