Spray Paint T Shirt (T Shirt Hacks Contest)

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Introduction: Spray Paint T Shirt (T Shirt Hacks Contest)

This is a cool way to show off your awesome spray painting skills or just have some fun. All you need is a shirt, spray paint, and if you want some lids or shapes to spray paint around. Dont forget to vote! Thanks!

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Step 1: Painting the Shirt

This is very easy, just take the lids and stuff and place them on the shirt. Just spray paint around them. I used a piece of Styrofoam for straight lines and a medium sized lid for circles. Once you are done with spray painting it just let it dry and you can wear it. Also included here is a picture of me wearing the shirt.

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    21 Discussions

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    Catling
    Catling

    12 years ago on Introduction

    You gotta watch out though, man, spray paint washes right out of fabric. (This has been a big problem with sports T-shirts at my school.)

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    DaNerd11
    DaNerd11

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    hmmmm... i have not worn it yet so there was no need to wash it but i will see after i do wear it. Thanks for the heads up though, and dont forget to vote! :-)

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    inventinator
    inventinator

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    are you kidding?! if it does wash out, who's going to vote?

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    DaNerd11
    DaNerd11

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    The kind of spray paint you use matters. I used one for wood and it didnt come out. You could test other kinds to though. So yaaaa... Dont forget to vote :-)

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    Foaly7
    Foaly7

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    So spray paint for wood wont wash out?

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    pokiespout
    pokiespout

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I know I'm a bit late to the discussion, but I have been spraypainting t-shirts for years. I've always used Krylon, and the very first shirt I ever spraypainted is still spraypainted. It has faded a bit over the years, but has never, ever washed out.

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    sunshine n a bottle
    sunshine n a bottle

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Ur right at my school at p.e. when i wash my shirt at home it gets all my other shirts jacked up wit da color b careful bless up 1 luv!!!!!

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    Zaineb
    Zaineb

    11 years ago on Introduction

    To keep it from washing out, you might want to try covering the print with wax paper then ironing over it. That usually locks it in for at least a couple washes.

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    the.mk95
    the.mk95

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    that sounds like a really good idea zaineb. you should try silk screening :P

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    Zaineb
    Zaineb

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Hmm... never really considered it

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    DaNerd11
    DaNerd11

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    OMG, NO WAY!!!! CAN U USE LIKE FOOD COLORING SO THEYRE STILL EDIBLE????

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    Zaineb
    Zaineb

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah, you use chocolate syrup. Smuckables brand works best, Hershey's is worst. Look up that instructable by lamedust

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    the.mk95
    the.mk95

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    you really sound like you know your stuff......heh....

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    the.mk95
    the.mk95

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    no actually i think you use syrup..here...search Pancake Mod by Lamedust on instructables...really cool!!!