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Why so serious?
Another nice T-shirt for my dear dear Boyfriend, looks like he liked it =D

Posted by eccemullier from Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico • Published See eccemullier's 89 projects »


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Nancy! · Shawinigan, Quebec, CA · 64 projects
One word.... WOW!!
look soooo good! i love stencil but, i hate cut them with exacto knife.. it's take soooooo much time!
and all the little details! O_o ...arfg!! lol!
eccemullier · Mexico City, Federal District, MX · 95 projects
Svenning: Thanks for your comments =D Truth is I've been practicing for my stencils to look not made at home, just because I'm weird LOL! It depends on the trademark of fabric paint you use, mine is more liquid. There's a type of fabric paint that is similar to the acrilic paint, that's not a good one, it usually leaves sticky lumps that usually ruin your stencil. And I use Tizzalicious' method for stenciling, see the link:


About your question.. yes, the fabric paint lasts a lot, without loosing color, I mean the Joker t-shirt is practically new, but I've been doing t-shirts with this method since more than a year ago, and all of them, since the very first, looks as recently stenciled, and believe me: my boyfriend uses his t-shirts reeeally often. Of course, your t-shirt will look used as much as you use it, but your stencil will stay even longer than the t-shirt (weird, but true =D) Happy stenciling, I'd love to see your project. =D

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Wauw.. It looks so professional! Does the color fade a lot when it is washed? I am doing my own t-shirt stencil project right now, so just want to know if the fabric paint actually lasts? Happy
Natalia C.
Natalia C. · Waterbury, Connecticut, US
I want this stencil Dx
Darling Chelsea
Darling Chelsea · Belmont, North Carolina, US · 54 projects
I like it!