Or perfect for the SUCH A BOY in your life who has nerdy parents (which is probably more the case with Little Brother.)
recent post about a book called Dirt on My Shirt.
Mud Pie Annie by Sue Buchanan & Dana Shafer
I thought I'd be able to find some good "Muddy" font on the internet to download and use easy peasy...but none of them were designed to be blown up this big. I ended up printing out the Mud Pi in a regular font and than pencilling in muddiness. So I figured I'd post the stencil here to save another nerdy mom the work.
There are lots of tutorials on the web for how to use freezer paper stencilling...but you can find my freezer paper tutorial here. You'll want to be sure to iron over your painted design (as it says in the tutorial) before washing. I forgot to do that with this shirt, and the pattern faded a bit more than it otherwise would have.
Click here for the Free Printable Mud Pi Stencil Pattern.
If you're looking for additional inspiration, you can see my full collection of Pi-inspired projects here.
And if you love math enough to consider making a Mud Pi shirt, you'll definitely want to enter my current giveaway for a Pi Necklace from Boutique Academia. The giveaway is open until March 18th at 12:00am.
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