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Sep192013

DIY Spray Paint Bachelorette Party Shirts

I was inspired to make shirts for my BFF Lindsay's Bachelorette party. I'm always up for a challenge and love to learn new ways to DIY. After a little googling I found these shirts from Hipster's Tea Party and started to create. LOVED how these shirts came out.

For the spray paint I used Rust-Oleum Automotive 11-Ounce Vinyl and Fabric Spray Paint, Flat Black $6.70

I was able to make 13 shirts + 2 or 3 tests with one can.

I bought the shirts from H&M for $8 each.

 


I used my sister in law's cricut machine to make the stencil. I have to say, this cricut is pretty amazing and I'd love to have one! For the brides shirt we used the cut out letters and for the other shirts we used the negative stencil left behind. I used a spray adhesive to get the stencil to stick securely to the shirt when I sprayed it. I lightly sprayed the stencil and lace every other time to get it to seal. When I first did a spray paint test without the adhesive, the paint would bleed and leak under the stencil.

A roll of lace from Wal-Mart for $3 is all I needed for the bottom detail. I used one strip 2-3 times only, because it would get a little gunked up from the spray adhesive and spray paint.

I happen to love the cut of these shirts and wear mine often! Lindsay is getting married VERY soon so I need to get my wear out of the shirt now :) I've washed (not dried) my shirt often and the paint has stayed fine.

 

If you have any questions for me about these shirts, please leave a comment or send me a message! happy crafting!

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