July 28, 2012
Anyways, on to the tutorial - - first off, I grabbed the shirt on sale at Old Navy a few days ago for $3 - I am always on the look-out for cheap blank shirts - you never know when you'll need one.
Then I had this paint from Tulip on hand (we used it when we painted shirts) - it was perfect - glitter fabric paint. In Red White and Blue. The White was actually more of a clear with glitter.
So I cut out a design on my Silhouette Cameo, but you can use an exacto knife and hand-cut contact paper - that's what Kate did - I used her shirt for inspiration.
Then I painted over the design/stencil that I had stuck onto the shirt, like so:
Then I put it on for the Olympic Opening Ceremonies - nothing like last minute!
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