Sunday, July 12

ColorBlock T-Shirt using ColorShot

 

Turn a plain t-shirt into something special with pops of color using Tulip’s ColorShot Fabric Spray paint. It’s a super quick and easy way to get solid smooth color on any fabric surface. Let’s get started!



TOOLS & MATERIALS:
T-shirt
Tape

It is recommended that you use ColorShot outdoors with good ventilation.

step 1
Lay your t-shirt out on a flat surface.

Using your tape mask off areas to be painted.

Be sure to completely cover any areas you don’t want to paint.

step 2
Starting with your first color, spray one light, even coat over the whole area.

Let dry.

step 3
Spray a second coat and let dry.

Repeat until desired color.

step 4
Move to your next color section, be sure to mask of any areas you don’t want this color.

step 5
Using your second color, spray one light, even coat over this new area.

Let dry.

step 6
Spray a second coat and let dry.

Repeat until desired color.

step 7
Repeat above steps for each new color block.

step 8
When you’re finished with the front, turn your t-shirt over an do that back.

To see more fun fashion DIY’s be sure to check out my blog 
xoxo
Cathy

8 comments:

Unknown said...

I wouldn't do the back. I'd probably leave it white. ;)

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Mike said...

After watching all the steps of coloring, the final result was shocking but at the same moment pleasing too.

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