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Freezer paper can be ironed onto t-shirts. This is good for stencils.
Shirt Paint(I use acrylic, whatever works on fabric should work for you) Freezer Paper Hobby Knife Iron Some sort of brushy thing Something to stencil...
First: Find yourself a stencil. You can draw directly on the freezer paper (sticky side down of course), or use a stencil someone else made, or you ca...
Slice out the black parts of the stencil. Save any islands you have with great care, seperate from the scrap pieces and such, and in a way that you'll...
Now apply your paint. I would advise using as little paint as necessary to get whatever effect you're after(whether it be brush strokes, solid color, ...
And there you have it. This technique is great for covering up unwanted logos on shirts, as you can see below. And I might as well tell you to listen ...
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