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Step 1: getting supplies

Alrighty now what you'll need for this simple build is an x-acto knife, some cardboard (mine is a cinnamon toast crunch box), a pen, a pencil, and some pins or tape whichever you prefer.
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I found 14 x 11in sheets of thin craft foam at the hobby store that I use for my stencils. They cut very easily but are durable for at multiple uses as long as you keep them flat when storing. Just print your design, tape it to the foam, and cut it out with an x-acto.
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Like bignothing says, go with freezer paper. It's much easier to cut and stays put perfectly. Printer paper with spray mount works great as well and lets you print designs from a computer.<br/><br/>Stick with spraypaint if you really want to, but you should check out fabric paint. A small jar costs less than a can of spraypaint, feels better, and provides more control. Check out <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.dharmatrading.com/html/eng/3243-AA.shtml?lnav=paints.html">some of these</a>.<br/>
yeah, i got some of that setacolor by pebeo a while ago and it works great
??? seta color
If you're not gonna put in any effort, then neither will I.
my bad, i was looking at the lumiere and neopaque paints more than the setacolor
read his post ;)
check out my other instructable too see how that works out. <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/E7Z5N1RH8JET2JYP6Q/">http://www.instructables.com/id/E7Z5N1RH8JET2JYP6Q/</a><br/>
For crisper lines/more detail, try using freezer paper: <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/ENHSEHNW1KERV7BX82/">http://www.instructables.com/id/ENHSEHNW1KERV7BX82/</a><br/>It also makes working with islands (like the soundhole on your guitar stencil) much easier.<br/><br/>Thanks for the tips for making them comfy, I have a few shirts that just are too layered with acrylic to wear alone, hopefully this will rescue a few of them.<br/>
More detail on the painting step. I did this about 3 months ago and the paint bled through the shirt fabric. Did you do layers or was it a specific type of paint or shirt? Or maybe you just have better luck than me. Otherwise, I like the "making it comfortable" instructions the best.
My affect has nothing to do with luck, just slip a piece of newspaper that is roughlt the size of the shirt, and paint away.
The stencil thing is pretty obvious. The same as you would make any stencil but thetips on making it comfortable are cool.
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