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Saturday, September 17, 2011

T- Shirt refashion- Tutorial

I have not been blogging for a while. Lots to do and we have been sick all the time. Here is the promised T- Shirt Refashion tutorial.

First, the owl shirt. It was made with sparkly (glitter) and a 3d fabric paint. I use those from Marabu as I am very satisfied with the results and it washes very well.


You will need:

- t-shirt
- stencil
- stencil spray glue
- sponge applicator
- fabric paint

First position and glue your stencil onto the desired surface


The textile should be pre- washed and free of softener. Apply the fabric paint with a sponge and let dry. Remove the stencil, fix the paint by ironing according to the manufacturer's instructions and voila!


The next T- shirt was made using the flocked foil and a digital cutter. If u do not have a digital cutter, an exact o knife will do. Here the textiles should also be pre- washed and softener free. As a matter a fact, all the refashions here, although washable, should be washed without a softener.


I cut the design out and ironed it onto the t-shirt according to the manufacturer's instructions.


Added the text with a fabric paint liner, after it dried, I heat set it and was finished.


Some other designs that were cut from a smooth iron- on foil.


The little Julia loved this shirt so much that she did not want to take it off. Made me smile.


Felix also liked his dangerous shirt:)


Yet another one for the little Julia...


This shirt was made using some hot- set stones and the Ryher glue and flitter technique.



1 comment:

  1. Kasia, so sorry you have been sick! :( Hope you are doing better & so glad to have you back!

    These shirts came out too cute! Thanks so much for sharing & linking to the Sunday Showcase! I hope to see you again this week!

    Bern
    http://momto2poshlildivas.blogspot.com/search/label/Sunday%20Showcase

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Thank you so much for all of your inspiring comments.

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