Picture of How to make a Galaxy Print on a white shirt
Most of the DIY's out there for this 'look' are started on a black shirt, and use bleach. But I had a white shirt that I really loved the shape of, and (of course) I spilled coffee on it. This is how I 'fixed' it.

Step 1: Gather supplies

Picture of Gather supplies
white T-Shirt
Fabric Paint
wax paper
old toothbrush
craft stick (or disposable wooden chopstick)
plastic bags or other dropcloth to protect your surface
cardboard & tape
Wow! Amazing artistic skills.
300sqFt (author)  Barrelrider121 year ago

thank you, that's very kind!

-give it a try, I bet you could do it too! :)

tried it on my first shirt tonight. turned out well have a few tweeks for my other ones! thanks for the awesome idea!

300sqFt (author)  cole44656011 year ago

Looks great! I love the way you did the layout! And thanks for sharing the pic!!:)

I love it! Out of curiosity, did you leave the back of your shirt white or paint both sides?
300sqFt (author)  robopancake1 year ago
Thanks! I did leave the back white.
dear292 years ago
your shirt looks absolutely gorgeous!!!!!
300sqFt (author)  dear292 years ago
Thank you!! :)
jvoga2 years ago
I showed this to my girlfriend and she really likes the shirt; could you tell me where I could get one for her?
300sqFt (author)  jvoga2 years ago
Of course! The brand is called ZOA, but I bought it at a Sample Sale from their wholesale store in Manhattan. I'm not sure if they have regular retail stores & where they would be. I would just suggest to Google the brand & see if you can locate a store or an online retailer. Although, I did buy it last summer, so unfortunately that style may no longer be available.
Hope this helps, sorry I couldn't be more specific!
jvoga 300sqFt2 years ago
thank you very much! it was a little helpful, but unfortunately there is just so much stuff by ZOA.....would you happen to know what "style" the shirt is?
300sqFt (author)  jvoga2 years ago
I'm sorry; I don't. As I said I purchased it over a year ago & I don't have any other info on it
jvoga 300sqFt2 years ago
well thank you for all your help! :)
300sqFt (author)  jvoga2 years ago
No problem, good luck!
Pwag2 years ago
Looks great.
300sqFt (author)  Pwag2 years ago
Thank You :)
Stone_UFO2 years ago
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jlindsey42 years ago
This is a fabulous tutorial! I would recommend going with the light colors first - it's much easier to paint black over a light color than vice versa - but clearly it worked well anyways!
300sqFt (author)  jlindsey42 years ago
Thanks for the input!
ab.2 years ago
This is great.
300sqFt (author)  ab.2 years ago
Thank you! :)
danzo3212 years ago
COOL.. white paint, does it have the feel of little beads?
300sqFt (author)  danzo3212 years ago
The paint does have some texture, but since it's fabric paint it is supposed to be pretty soft. Also, because I had to use a lot of black & then add other colors too- it's a little stiffer than prior to painting. So: No; not quite "little beads" more like touching a reg painting.
danzo3212 years ago
never seen a "tshirt' that shape, where'd it come from?
300sqFt (author)  danzo3212 years ago
It's from a brand called ZOA, I actually bought it at a sample sale.
winterfox2 years ago
So doing it!!
300sqFt (author)  winterfox2 years ago
Awesome! Feel free to share your pics! :)
That is beautiful! I love it!
300sqFt (author)  Penolopy Bulnick2 years ago