My favorite part is the hand prints. The one at the top belongs to my youngest and the one at the bottom belongs to my oldest. We used a freezer paper stencil for the hands and the words. It's super easy, you just cut out your pattern and iron it on.
Here's a picture of the stencils on the shirt. Hopefully it's not too hard to see.
I set out a bunch of fabric paint and cottonballs for the girls to 'dab' the paint onto the shirt.
I taped off the areas around where I wanted the girls to paint. The tape also kept the shirt from sliding around while they were painting. We pulled up the stencils while the paint was still a little tacky and it came up great.
After the paint was dry (over night) I stitched a satin heart below the words. This was my very first applique. It's not perfect, but I'm happy with my first try.
Hope everyone has a safe weekend and an awesome Father's Day!