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Using fabric paint, freezer paper, and some ninja xacto skills, you can make your own handmade screenprinted clothes!
For this project you’ll need something to screen print on, like a shirt or sweater, some fabric paint, an iron, freezer paper, a paintbrush, a design, and a ...
Take your image (which should be stark black and white) and place it print side down on the shiny side of your freezer paper. Tape it in place. ...
This part takes the longest. Begin carefully cutting out your design from your freezer paper. Keep an eye on "floating" pieces, like this one, and put them aside ...
This is how it should look all cut out. Trust me, this takes a little while...
If you want to add extra detailing, like in my case, sailor stripes, you can use simple things like tape or store bought stencils to add fun effects. ...
Now it's time to secure the stencil. Carefully place the freezer paper stencil on top of your hoodie or shirt, wax side down. Once you’re happy with your ...
Spray a generous coating of your fabric paint over your design, covering all the open spaces. I used a piece of extra paper I had around to help ...
Verrry carefully remove your stencil, taking care not to let any excess paint mess up your crisp image. Use your knife to remove really tiny, delicate pieces. Let ...
Your hoodie, shirt, whatever, is done! No one would guess you made it yourself with at-home materials. Want a more detailed tutorial, as well as image ideas? Check ...
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