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World of WarCrafts: Mojo tee

Every Thursday, Shelbi Roach of The Bronze Kettle guides you in creating WoW-inspired crafts using real world mats with World of WarCrafts.

There's just never enough Mojo to go around. Fortunately, this tee will let you show off your love for Mojo without having to get lucky with your hex stick.

The method can also be applied to bags, hats, or even shoes. And if by chance you don't fancy Mojo, you could always mix it up and make a shirt with a huge Willy.

Here is what you will need:
  • T-Shirt
  • Glue-on Jewelry Beads
  • Fabric Glue
  • Cardboard
Click on the images below to view a gallery of step-by-step instructions.

Want to print the step-by-step instructions? Copy and paste the instructions below.

Step 1

Gather your supplies.

Step 2

Print out your Mojo guide. It's also a good idea to separate your beads so it's easier to quickly add the pieces later.

Step 3

Figure out where you want to position Mojo and use a piece of tape or sticker to make a guide.

Step 4

You can either apply glue to the back of the bead or you can apply it directly to the shirt. It may be easier to squeeze some glue out onto a plate and use a toothpick to dot the glue on the shirt if your bottle does not have a fine tip.

Step 5

Place a piece of cardboard under inside your shirt. This will keep the sides from sticking together. Glue your beads onto the shirt using the print out as a guide.

Step 6

When finished, Mojo should look similar to this. You may vary a bit in color or size, depending on the beads you purchased.

Step 7

Complete the shirt by adding Mojo's name. Check out other creative WoW ideas at World of WarCrafts!

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