How to make an easy Cards Against Humanity costume. These would be perfect for a couple or two friends!
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I have to be honest- I saw this idea on Imugr, but I decided to make a parent/kid friendly version the cards as a costume. I needed something to wear at the last moment- and so did my husband. And this DIY Cards Against Humanity Costume was just so easy to pull off!
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- Cards Against Humanity
- A white shirt and a black plain tee-shirt (known as “blanks”)
- Black paint and white fabric paint
- Optional (if you don’t use either, you can free hand it with paint):
Once you pick out your cards, you need to line the inside of your shirt before you paint the top. Otherwise the paint might seep through. I used some cardboard.
The card size for my XL shirts was 13″ wide x 20″ tall, but you will need to adjust that size down if you use a smaller shirt.
Alternatively you could use the iron on vinyl to create the outline. Would certainly dry faster.
If you want to create your own words, Helvetica is the closest font. Personally, I think I may have used Arial on these. The width of my words for the size of my cards was around 6-7″ wide… but you may need to adjust this if you are making a smaller shirt/card.
Cards Against Humanity is open source which means they share their content free. As such, you can probably just upload the image of the card to Design Space if you have Cricut and enlarge it to make your own duplicate card for the shirt. Just a thought.
Pin it for later: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/48554502213369092/