Step 1: Tape the Edges of Your PhotoEZ Stencil.
Before stenciling your t-shirt, be sure to put a piece of cardboard between the front and back to prevent any ink from bleeding through.
Step 2: Ink One Edge of Your PhotoEZ Stencil.
Too little ink will cause voids in your design so do not be afraid to use more than appears necessary. Any excess can be put back in the container.
Step 3: Squeegee Ink Over PhotoEZ Stencil.
To prevent ink from bleeding under your stencil, avoid sharp squeegee angles or brushing motions. To prevent voids in your design, be sure to use plenty of ink.
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Step 4: Carefully Lift Your PhotoEZ Stencil.
Step 5: Enjoy!
Before washing or wearing your garment, be sure to follow the manufacturers recommended procedure to set the paint/ink. This usually entails heat setting your garment with an iron set on high for 30 seconds or so.