Tut Tuesday: DIY Heart T-shirt

February 7, 2012

                                 

Remember that glorious stuff called freezer paper? It’s da best. I love it when I want to make a quick stencil and can open up a drawer in the kitchen and get started. This project is a super easy way to dress up a plain white T. It took me about 15 minutes from start to finish. Easy, right? I drew the heart for this project. I love it’s crooked character. I’ve included a download for the template at the end of this post. Because I love ya. 

You need:

a white shirt, freezer paper, a stencil, some cardboard, X-acto knife, a marker, and some red and gold spray paint

                    

Trace your stencil onto the freezer paper and iron that onto the front of your shirt. Make sure the edges are completely sealed after ironing. Don’t want any paint getting through!

Place some cardboard inside the shirt to protect the back from leaking paint.

Spray away. I sprayed red first and then lightly spritzed some gold. Spritzed. 

Give it a few hours to dry.

Done!

“Sharing is caring”, I always say. Download template here.

Wear this for your Valentine. You’ll be irresistible.

**Happy Tuesday**

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