I love to screen print with StencilPro™ and PhotoEZ™! It's soooo versatile, economical, and fun. You can screen print t-shirts, fabrics, cards, glass, woods, metals, plastics, clay, ceramics, polymer clays ... for yourself, organization and for gifts. StencilPro™ and PhotoEZ™ are flexible pre-coated silk screen sheets that are developed by the sun. I love this product so much that I've started my own online business from home!
I hope to inspire you to visit my website at sunsilkscreens.com for additional information on how you can DIY screen print at home!
Step 1: Design
Design your artwork using Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Word or a similar program leaving at least a 1" border around your artwork. Artwork must be black and white only, no gray scale, not even a very dark gray. I used Microsoft Word and pasted a cute bee clip art to design this t-shirt.
Print your design on paper and hold it against a t-shirt. When you're satisfied with your design print it on transparency.