i have more fun and very inexpensive crafts to do with your kids!! yay!! this does not have to be limited to halloween, we also did some of these at easter time, and at the fourth of july and they were super cute! these are diy shirts using freezer paper, paint, an iron, an image from the internet and maybe some spooktacular imagination!! first of all, i googled free fonts, the other day (i will divulge why at a later date closer to christmas!! you WILLwant to stay tuned!) anyway, i came upon the site california fonts. they have some seriously wonderful FREE fonts. i found some awesome halloween fonts that were actually pictures, so using their fonts, my boys chose a picture they wanted for a halloween shirt. carson chose a very cute mummy, and cody chose a bat. the shirts we used were just random blank shirts that were in their drawers. walmart has blank shirts for super cheap, fyi. anyway, i traced the image on my computer screen (again, no working printer) onto my freezer paper on the paper side, not the smooth plastic side. i carefully cut it out, and used the negative image (as shown below) and ironed it on, being sure i got the edges of the paper.