T- Shirt Stenciling

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Introduction: T- Shirt Stenciling

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Step 1: Pick an Image

self explanatory
http://stencilpunks.mattrunningnaked.com/
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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    38 Discussions

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    horrorguru
    horrorguru

    9 years ago on Introduction

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

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    turner22
    turner22

    11 years ago on Step 6

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

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    NuGFX
    NuGFX

    10 years ago on Step 3

    ur weird but bold admirable kinda disgusting JELLYROLLS

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    moomooman
    moomooman

    10 years ago on Introduction

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

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    Long John
    Long John

    11 years ago on Step 6

    Why do you use spray paint and not fabric paint?

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    firemanfu
    firemanfu

    Reply 11 years ago on Step 6

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

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    reckz1
    reckz1

    11 years ago on Step 3

    JELLY ROLLS

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    reckz1
    reckz1

    Reply 11 years ago on Step 3

    You got that right

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    mg0930mg
    mg0930mg

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

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

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    firemanfu
    firemanfu

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    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.

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    TK409
    TK409

    11 years ago on Step 3

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

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    slimguy379
    slimguy379

    12 years ago on Introduction

    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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    firemanfu
    firemanfu

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

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

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    NeonLime
    NeonLime

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    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.