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Start with just the letter stencil and center your BOO on the front of your shirt. Use tape to tape off any stencil areas you are not using.
Remove your stencil while the paint is still wet and use a small brush to touch up the “stencil” areas so that your B and Os are complete.
Do one letter at a time until you have something that resembles the image below. Allow that to dry.
Now for my double stencil method. Lay down your letter stencil again and line it up with you previously made letter. Then layer your pattern stencil on top of that.
Paint through BOTH stencils in black to get the effect shown on the shirt below. Repeat for all three letters and you are done.
Be sure to follow all of the instructions on the fabric paint you are using for dry times, etc. Then force your teen to wear a mask and take embarrassing pictures for your blog. Cause you know…that is how I roll.
I hope you enjoy this tutorial for my BOO Halloween shirt. Be sure to stay tuned as I have one more post today of Halloween quick craft features. Then this weekend I will round up all of the Craft Lightning fun for you! Y’all stay tuned!
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