St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner! You still have time paint up tee and show off your Irish Pride! For this design I made stencils using freezer paper, you could also use self-stick shelf liner.
Custom cut stencils are a snap to make! For ease of cutting, always use a sharp craft knife and a self-healing mat.
Paper Printed with an Irish saying
Freezer Paper or self-stick shelf liner
Self Healing Mat
FolkArt White Fabric Paint
1. Begin by printing an Irish saying onto a piece of paper. Chunky letters work best. Re-size the letters as needed.
2. Make a stencil of the saying by laying freezer paper (wax side down) or shelf liner over the words. Tape both pieces to the self-healing mat. Use the sharp craft knife to cut out the design leaving a border around the design.
3. Position the freezer paper stencil in the center of the tee. Use a warm iron to attach the wax side of the paper to the tee. For shelf liner, stick the cutout design to the tee. Stick the insides of the letters to the tee. (this is for letters like o, a b)
4. Dab a stencil brush in white fabric paint. You want to work with a semi-dry brush, so tap off enough excess paint. Working up and down, tap the brush over the stencil. Allow the paint to dry. Peel off the stencil and follow the manufacturer’s instructions to heat set the paint.