Did you know that there is a spraypaint for fabric?! It’s awesome! It means that you can easily use a stencil to make cute tees, like this holiday must-have outfit for your little one. I have all the how-to about DIY Stenciled Shirt with Colorshot and Chalk Couture stencils on fabric. This is a sponsored post and may contain affiliate links.
So cute! I think with a stencil and spraypaint fabric paint you can get a more soft, vintage look than with other diy tshirt methods. It’s something new and fun to try!
DIY Stenciled Shirt with Colorshot
–blank tee or onesie
–stencil (mine are from Chalk Couture – their stencils are awesome!)
DIY Stenciled Shirt with Colorshot – Video Tutorial
And I even have a VIDEO TUTORIAL for you! If you’d rather step-by-step in photos, I have on down too 😉
DIY Stenciled Shirt with Colorshot – Tutorial
Insert cardboard into tee to prevent bleeding onto the back layer. Place sticky stencil onto tee, pressing firmly.
Tape off the edges of the stencil. Tape down cardboard to protect the rest of the tee from overspray.
Shake ColorSHOT for at least 30 seconds, according to package directions.
Spray in thin even coats over the stencil. Let dry at least 30 minutes. Spray second coat if desired. Let dry. Do not spray too thickly – it’ll want to run on your fabric.
Remove stencil. Voila!!
See how thin those lines were, and they came out so awesome!!
And you can see that it has a “vintage” feel, nice and soft and flexible. Love it!!