Fawning over DIY

July 18, 2012


Hello Loves, It's that time again.......


You can learn all about The Glamorous Housewife by clicking HERE

This weeks Craft-ity Craft is
Pretty awesome, right?? I had a lot of fun creating this one and it was so EASY after the second try.....

You will need
  •  Freezer paper which you can find at the grocery store usually located near the foil wrap. I   actually used construction paper because I was to lazy to head out to the store JUST for freezer paper
  •  a T-shirt: Be sure it is made of cotton or the bleach wont work.
  •  Scissors: To cut out your silhouette
  •  Spray bottle that has a misting option (I found the lighter the spray the easier it was to create a proper silhouette
  •  Silhouette image: I choose a fawn  I found on google
  •  Bleach and Water for Spray bottle 30/70


I then taped the fawn (BTW I am in love with this fawn cut-out. I think I am going to call her La-la) cutout to my T-shirt, I really liked the look of La-la  in the bottom right corner. Once La-la was in place I proceeded to spray over the t-shirt with the bleach/water combo.


Sadly, I forgot to check the setting of the spray bottle and OF COURSE it was on full spray......
so that is my one warning for you.. MAKE SURE TO CHECK THE SPRAY BOTTLE if not you could end up with this
Once the spray nozzle was on the misting setting it was time to start again and VOILA


Here is the link to the original tutorial on the awesome site SIX SISTER STUFF

What do you think, is a little bleached T-Shirt DIY in your future? It will be in mine!

Happy Hump Day

XOXO
A

5 comments:

  1. That is so cool! I love that idea. My 16 year old and friends wanted to tie dye but had no white t-shirt. This is a great alternative!

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    1. I was so excited to try out this DIY. It was easy and alot of fun. They should def. give it a try!

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  2. I LOVE LOVE LOVE how great yours turned out! You have given me the inspiration I need to try it again, one more time! I think I just keep over saturating the t-shirt. Maybe I will try to only use 1-2 squirts this time....

    Thanks doll,
    The Glamorous Housewife

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    1. NO thank you for hosting such a FAB series and for posting such great crafts!!!

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  3. This is extremely cute!
    Kristy @ 4 the love of WOOD

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