Painted holiday glitter sweater
lay your top on a hard surface. Put something between the front and back so the paint doesn’t bleed through to the other side. I recycled plastic notebook covers from work, but you can take apart a couple of cereal boxes and use those. I suggest something a little stiff for the sake of ease, but use whatever you have readily available. Straighten it out as flat as possible. If you need to iron out the wrinkles, do it now. It will make the measuring easier.
Mix your paint and fabric medium according to the fabric medium’s proportions. I used Martha Stewart’s Tintable Fabric Medium and silver paint. I also added fine silver glitter to give it a little extra sparkle. You want to mix in the glitter with the paint.
If you’re happy with the paint saturation remove the tape carefully. If you need a second coat, allow the paint to dry on the surface and apply a second coat. I used two coats since I started with a glittery gold sweater. After the final coat, remove the tape carefully.