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Floral Painted Tee

By Vixenmade @vixenMade
I'm a klutz.  A big one.
So when I got bleach on my brand new tee I honestly was not surprised.  
Sadly, this left me with a shirt I could no longer wear.  But alas!  The fabric paint!
Here's how I fixed my accidentally bleached top to a new graphic floral tee.

Floral Painted Tee
Here's the before:
Floral Painted Tee
Check that out.  The worst possible spot, right!?
Floral Painted Tee
To do this, all you need is a shirt, a stencil and brush and some fabric paint.   First, lay some cardboard between the layers of your shirt to prevent it from seeping through.
Floral Painted Tee
Get your paint and stencil ready.
Floral Painted Tee
Squirt a small blob of the fabric paint onto a dish or lid.
Floral Painted Tee
Using small dabs and a small amount of paint on your brush at time, apply the paint to your shirt.
Floral Painted Tee
Dab the backside of your stencil with a towel to prevent any runaway paint to get onto the shirt where you don't want it.  That's if you are planning on moving the stencil around  the shirt like I did.
Floral Painted Tee
After filling in as much as you'd like and once you're happy with it, lay the shirt flat to dry for at least 4 hours.
Floral Painted Tee
Once dry, try it on and admire!  Yay for a new shirt!!
Floral Painted Tee
Floral Painted Tee
What do you think?
Floral Painted Tee
Have fun!
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