Tuesday, November 11

Glitter Plaid Shirt.


 I really loved the look of causal plaid with Gold Glitter,
I saw this sequin plaid shirt on Pinterest and I could not wait to recreate my own version.
 Below is my inspiration.
  VIA
Now let me show you how easy it is to re-create using Tulip Glitter and Glue



  1.  Plaid Shirt
  2. Tulip Gold Glitter Fabric Paint
  3. Tulip Gold Glitter
  4. Tulip Fashion Glitter Bond Glue
  5. Tape
  6. Brush
 Lay out your shirt face down and put a piece of cardboard,
 or some aluminum foil or wax paper in between your shirt. 
This keeps it from bleeding to the other side.
 Squirt out your Fashion Glitter Glue on the top panel of your shirt.
  Brush it out so that it is even all over the panel.
 cover with Tulip Glitter
 Now tape off your shirt.
 You could do this in the beginning if you wanted.
 Paint around your edges.
 and over your glitter layer.
*Layering is the key to this.
 Sprinkle more Glitter on the wet paint. Let that set up about an hour. 
 Repeat  this step as many times as you want
 to get it to the desired look you want.
 Once you have the desired look you want, put a thin layer of glue on top of the glitter.
 This acts as a seal to keep all of your glitter from coming off.
* Glitter will shed a little but that is normal.
Remove the tape. 
 Let that dry 24 hours.
Wait 48 to 72 hours before you wash.
 Wash it wash in cold water and hang dry.
* Glitter will shed a little but that is normal.
 Front... Plain Plaid
 Back...Gold Bling.

I love how it turned out.
If you have any questions please Email me at 
 Wobisobi@Gmail.com
Have a Wonderful Tuesday.
Lots of <3,
Anne
 
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7 comments:

Object of Maya*ffection said...

This is TOO FAB for words!!!

WobiSobi said...

Thank you :)

Anonymous said...

Love this!

Abigail said...

This is great but I'm concerned how you would be able to wash this. Wouldn't the glitter come off in the wash from heat or friction?

Tiffany Lee said...

look great,but i also ask how to wash it?

xoxo
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Amber Allen-Sauer said...

Wash is my questions too, plus isnt it super stiff? I've glitter painted a before and it was stiff, but cute. But I just used regular elmers glue, not fabric glue.

Amber Allen-Sauer said...

Wash is my questions too, plus isnt it super stiff? I've glitter painted a before and it was stiff, but cute. But I just used regular elmers glue, not fabric glue.

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