Ruby is lucky enough to have a huge room with a double bed and we decided to makeover one of her plain white duvet covers to make it a little bit more interesting. (Poor Pippa wasn't so lucky and ended up with the box room!)
We know you lot out there love a bit of monochrome, so we thought we'd create something black and white especially for you! Playing with fabric paint can be a bit daunting, but it's so easy when you know how and you can produce some amazing creations with just a bit of paint and a cardboard block! We used a duvet set, but you can use a flat sheet to make a throw, a big cushion cover, a piece of fabric to make a wallhanging... you can go crazy!
If any of you like a bit of colour, then this idea can be easily adapted to whichever colour and design takes your fancy! You could try a bit of neon, gold, grey, yellow... or ask your child what their favourite colour is and let them choose! You could print clouds, lightning strikes, superhero masks, circles, stripes. Whatever you like!
What you need:
One plain duvet cover set or flat sheet
Fabric paint - I used Dylon, £2.99 Hobbycraft
plate that you don't use
wooden block or cardboard to print with
iron and ironing board