T- Shirt Stenciling





Introduction: T- Shirt Stenciling

About: interested in most all the things mentioned in this site, and willing to try most all the projects...


Step 1: Pick an Image

self explanatory
check this site out

Step 2: Trace It

place and tape a sheet of waxed paper over your image and trace your image onto in.

Step 3: Cut It Out

self explanatory

Step 4: Tape It to the T

tape over any rips in your stencil

Step 5: Paint It

read the instructions on the can if you don't know how to use spray paint

Step 6: Your Done

note: I do not know if spray paint stays in in the wash
that will be posted
paint any extra details on if you want, i did the grenades pin



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    handwash the tshirt and the color will stay in longer use fabric paint and the stencil desidn will last longer on the tshirt

    wat's yer favorite stencil website? i mostly do my own pieces but i use kittybuttons alot.

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    thanks for introducing me kittybuttons.im in love

    ur weird but bold admirable kinda disgusting JELLYROLLS

    if you want your shirt to look even better use spray on adhesive

    Why do you use spray paint and not fabric paint?

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    i didn't have any fabric paint, but the spray paint has held up great over at least twenty washings

    You got that right

    let's see your 'way better' work...

    A i refer back to stencil punks were i found the image B. i think it looks just fine i'd prefer if you kept your opinions to yourself it works just fine for me.

    Doing an instructable in your underpants? That's gutsy. Well done!

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    this idea (specifically this design) would look killer on a pair of jeans on the pocket.... but maybe a different color!?! I say THIS ideas is good because I did a stormtrooper w/ cross bones on jeans w/ black shirt iron ons and after a few washes they looked like crap!

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    mine have been washed probably 8 times now and the acrylic faded but not the spray paint

    I Have A Pair Of Jeans That Are Purposely Faded And The Bottoms Are Purposely Bleached, So This Idea Would Be A Great Idea To Add Onto The "Trashed" Or "Old" Look.