I have been looking for a way to decorate shirts that does not involve heat transfer vinyl.
Bleach in a bottle that has a very fine mist
Stencil (vinyl or freezer paper) click here for a link to a tutorial for making freezer paper stencils
1. Wear an apron or something to protect your clothes from bleach splatter while working on this project.
2. Eye protection is not a bad idea, especially if kiddos are helping you.
3. Wear Rubber/latex gloves to protect sensitive skin from bleach.
Step 1: affix stencil to t-shirt (mine is a sticker I made from vinyl on my electronic cutter)
Step 3: Lightly spray bleach (mask off any area you don't want color to be removed)
Within seconds you will begin to see the loss of color.
Step 4: Blot the shirt with paper towels to remove excess bleach.... then wait
Step 5: Allow to dry in a well ventilated area then wash seperately to avoid bleaching something unintentional.
Thanks for looking.
Next I will be trying out fabric spray paint to add color to white t-Shirts with Stencils...I'm totally addicted to crafts.