Step 1: Supplies
Your chosen design printed and sized to fit the shirt
Step 2: Applying the Design
Step 3: Tracing Time
Then using the flashlight inside the storage container trace the design using the pen.
Step 4: Painting Time
Hold tip to surface and squeeze gently
Follow the lines you applied with the pen
I keep the design attached and the storage container inside the shirt in case of bleed through of the paint.
Sharpies are NOT recommended. My first attempt at this I used a Sharpie but it bled in the first wash. Though they are permanent markers that must mean until you wash them. Not sure if running the shirt through the Dryer first would have set the marker or not. But anyway this process uses Puffy Paint and who doesn't like puffy paint?
Step 5: Just a Little Wait
Fabric can be washed (turn inside out) after 72 hours.
After the paint has dried you now have a one of a kind shirt. (One of a kind because if you are anything like me there are little mistakes)