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Paint transforms a plain, grey tee.
I used a folder and drew my own pattern and then cut it out. I painted the stencil then used some blending to make the rose less stencil-y looking. I did the paint splatters by watering the colors down. I used Tulip soft paint so I could use it like normal paint and it won't be puffy and it will be flexible and move with the shirt. I used a matte purple and a matte black. I like using the burnout tee because I think it made it more funky and interesting to paint. I found the top at Target in the 75% rack and the paint was only $2 a tube.

Posted by Melissa Beth from McLean, Virginia, United States • Published See Melissa Beth's 78 projects »
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Sarah D
Sarah D · La Cañada Flintridge, California, US · 31 projects
I agree, it's cool.
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Create&Destroy
Create&Destroy · Chicago, Illinois, US · 2 projects
Looks awesome. =]
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