Have you ever wanted to spice up a plain tee but was never sure how without needing any previous artistic experience. Well i found out how to use plastic bags to add a design to a shirt without damaging the shirt even if you mess up on filthy wizards website .So basically al you do is melt a piece of plastic to the shirt with enough pressure till it fuses.
So to to this you'll need :
A plain cotton tee ( i haven't tried anything else, but i dont think fine fabrics will work.)
Plastics bags in assorted colors OR a bag with a design already on
Scissors, (the smaller the better)
Stencil ( optional if you cant draw it free hand)
A piece of parchment paper ( i used the backing of a sheet of labels)
Step 1: Cut out the shapes
First cut out a square from the bag you want to use and place your stencil and draw the shapes you want. Next cut them out making sure that its one whole piece .Trim the pieces to get and even shape and to make sure there are no unwanted strips or chips in the plastic.Here having a small pair of scissors is helpful
Step 2: Arranging your design
Place the butterflies or whatever shape you want on the shirt and adjust hem until you're satisfied with the way they look.Its best to do this on the floor so you get even pressure from the iron. So now place your newspaper on the ground next to your iron. Turn your iron on the highest setting.
Step 3: Fuse the design
Carefully place the parchment paper on top ( or just remove the labels of of a label sheet and use the backing, paper side touching the iron) . Immediately press down with the iron and swivel it around the design slowly. Apply even pressure and lift the parchment paper to check if its fused properly after about a minute.