Royal Tee T Shirt Stamp

Hi there! I’m Kimberly from A Night Owl and I’m just so excited to be here on Lil’ Luna as a crafts contributor this year! I have two little boys, 2 and 3, and sometimes I find it’s just so hard to find fun and original clothing for them, in a decent price range. But when I found these fun crown foam shapes at the dollar store, I thought of a fun craft that I knew would turn into something I loved!

Royal Tee T Shirt Stamp on { }

And here’s the “Royal-Tee!” Cute and simple, but that’s really what I look for in boys clothes. And they’re really simply to make. Here is all you need  to make your very own.


  • Plain tee
  • Crown foam shapes
  • Tacky glue
  • Box or some sort of base for your stamp
  • Fabric paint



Start out by simply gluing a few of the foam shapes together to build up the thickness of your stamp.


When you have a decent thickness (I used four of the foam shapes), make sure the crowns are lined up and let dry.


Once dry glue your new foam crown stamp to a box or some sort of base for your stamp. Once dry, simply dip your new crown stamp into the fabric paint and push down onto the center of your tee!


For mine, the end result was a somewhat imperfect, edgy looking crown and I love it! It’s exactly what I was hoping for from the project. And all just for a couple of bucks!


What do you think? Would you like one of these tees for your little prince? Now if you’re a mom to little princesses, the same store had girly crowns as well! This same tee would look adorable dipped in some fuchsia paint, don’t you think? Well I hope you enjoyed my first craft here on Lil’ Luna! I can’t wait to come back and share some more!


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  1. 1

    Cute! I always look at those fun foam shapes and wonder what I can do with them – this is a great idea!
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  2. 2

    How creative to use the foam shapes to make a stamp! And cheap, too. :-)
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  3. 3

    What a sweet idea Kimberly! perfect for a little prince! thanks for sharing!! 😉
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  4. 4

    Very cute! My little ones would love that!
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  5. 5

    Love it Kimberly! Such a cute idea and the possibilities are truly endless. #innovative

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  7. 7

    I LOVE these, definitely passing this on to my girlfriends to do for their little ones…. heck I may even make myself one (don’t judge me lol)


  8. 8

    So Cute Kimberly!!! Thanks for sharing this creative idea! I know my daughter and I will have fun with this craft idea!!! Cheers! Jennifer

  9. 9

    What a great idea!! I love finding new things to make for my boys. There isn’t enough cute ideas for boys out there! I can’t wait to try this out.:)
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  10. 10

    stinkin’ CUTE!! And what a wonder, I never wouldn’t thought to stack foam shapes to make a stamp, my kids would LOVE this!

  11. 11

    Wow, this is super cute and I never thought I could use foamies to make a stamp. I am definitely pinning this to my kids board! Would make for a great personalized gift 😀

  12. 12

    So simple…even not crafty people like me can do this!
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  13. 13

    What a super cute idea – I never would have thought of that – and there are so many options of how could change this! Thanks for sharing.

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