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5 mins

Great for the thrifty crafter!
Total this project cost me about $7 (w/ tax) dollars for page protectors, the T-shirt, and the paint. I bought it all from the craft department at Walmart, since I'm kinda broke! So hopefully this helps you!

Posted by Toxic Tea Party from Olathe, Kansas, United States • Published See Toxic Tea Party's 14 projects »
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  • How to stencil a stenciled artwork. Make Your Own T Shirts In 5 Minutes - Step 1
    Step 1

    Lay your T-shirt out on a flat clean surface!

  • How to stencil a stenciled artwork. Make Your Own T Shirts In 5 Minutes - Step 2
    Step 2

    Get the image you want for your shirt and place it in the page protector.

  • How to stencil a stenciled artwork. Make Your Own T Shirts In 5 Minutes - Step 3
    Step 3

    Paint the picture how you want, I painted mine solid.

  • Step 4

    Now place the painting on the place you want on your shirt, when the painting is flat push down gently with the sponge.

  • Step 5

    Peel off gently and place let it dry as the instructions on the paint bottle say. Mine said 4 hours.

  • How to stencil a stenciled artwork. Make Your Own T Shirts In 5 Minutes - Step 6
    Step 6

    And presto! A new shirt for you!

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PJ F.
PJ F. · Fort Valley, Virginia, US
Am I being stupid or what? Do you paint the page protector or the image? After putting your image in the page protector do you paint the protector?
Toxic Tea Party
Toxic Tea Party · Olathe, Kansas, US · 14 projects
You paint the page protector love
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CO + K User

so cute do you have to flip the image first so it comes out unflipped
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Mia S.
Mia S. · 1 project
Oooh, good idea! Thanks for sharing! I will try this out for sure!
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Ariel B.
Ariel B. · Kalamazoo, Michigan, US · 23 projects
Message me if you do, please. <3
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Ariel B.
Ariel B. · Kalamazoo, Michigan, US · 23 projects
GENIUS!
Also, do you have that Alice picture so I may use it for other purposes? =)
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Adenine
Adenine · New Orleans, Louisiana, US
Didn't realize it could be that easy! Thank you for the great tutorial.
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