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Stenciled T-Shirt Craft

Stenciled T-Shirt Craft

GOOD…NIGHT my Jaderbugs! It has been a long day. Still very blessed with the life I was given and you can bet your kitty’s winter wardrobe that I am not taking any second for granted! EVER!

Guess what! It’s almost Halloween. I think this time of year is so much fun. I love carving pumpkins and {{usually}} cutting myself, baking, opening windows, burning awesome smelling candles all over the house! You get it, it’s FALL!

This craft was super fun and super easy. There are a couple of things that went wrong and I will share them with you to make YOUR life a little easier. Let’s face it. Sometimes we have to come up with a “costume” of some sort (and it could be for ANY holiday) last minute. We may not have what we “want” but we can improvise with what we already have! Which is what I did. 
I started by drawing a “sketch” of a skeleton’s rib cage and arm bones out on a piece of wax paper. Then I cut out what I wanted to be on the shirt. This is where the tricky part comes in. I just placed any object I could find around me {{NOT SMART jaderbomb NOT SMART}} and used them as “paper weights”. No. Not smart. I had to do it all over again because where I was putting my paint was getting all messed up because my paper kept moving. I suggest you spray the backside with some light spray adhesive and place it on your material. Trust me it won’t stay forever, in fact you will be able to peel it right off.  I suggest using the stencil brush set that I have below. They work the BEST and I’ll bet you Martha’s wardrobe on that one… {{sorry Martha!}} After you pounce every spot you want, lightly peel off the wax paper. You can add a flare to the shirt by sprinkling glitter on top of it. If you do this I would suggest waiting about 7 days before you wash it. Without glitter 48 hours. 

Then TADAHHHH!!! That is it. This project if really fun because you can print out whatever you want and put it on ANYTHING you want. I love stencils because when you peel away you have a clean and crisp edge! This looks nice! 
OH and make sure you use the Fabric Medium I have pictured if you are panting on fabric. 
Here are the links to everything I used:

The color I used in the middle is called “wet cement”

Remember, when you are cutting things out you want to cut them out very nicely so they look great on the surface!

I know these babies look crazy right here but trust me, it was a rough sketch LOL

I used the color Wet Cement because I figured on the black shirt it would come out almost “off white” to resemble bones.
I hope you enjoyed this craft and it sparked some craft light bulb in your brain! 
Sending you droopy eyes that will finish this before they fall asleep on the computer,
your one and only: jaderbomb 


(me on the show!)


Just in case you are not aware of my countdown I am doing right now you can click HERE to read all about it!!!
Make sure you click on the Martha countdown tab on my blog to see the crafts I have already done!
And I will put a link on my website which is www.jaderbomb.com!!!!
AND IF YOU DECIDE TO DO ANY OF THE CRAFTS, SHOOT ME AN EMAIL AND I WILL ATTACH  IT TO THE POST WITH A LINK THAT GOES STRAIT TO YOUR BLOG! OR IF YOU DON’T HAVE A BLOG JUST EMAIL IT TO ME AND I WILL STILL PUT IT UP!!!!
JADE@JADERBOMB.COM
Thanks to Martha Stewart crafts for sponsoring me with craft supplies! 

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