Jet-Setter Retro Paris T-Shirt
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Jet-Setter Retro Paris T-Shirt

Travel in style with a custom T-shirt that’s bursting with color and creativity! Give it some nostalgic flair with a vintage design that’s perfect for jet-setting across the globe.

Designed by Lauri Eaton, courtesy of iLoveToCreate®

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Craft Time: varies
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • Tulip® Soft® Fabric Paint – Glacier White, Turquoise, Royal Blue and Crimson Red
  • Tulip® Dimensional Fabric Paint – Slick® Yellow,Orange and Poppin’ Purple
  • Tulip® Fabric Spray Paint™ – Snow
  • T-Shirt, Cotton – Black
  • Freezer Paper
  • Pencil
  • Craft Knife
  • Craft Sponge
  • Iron
  • Foil (or Foam Plate) Palette
 

Project Instructions

Step 1  Iron a large piece of freezer paper, waxy side up, to inside front of shirt. This creates a stable painting surface.

Step 2  Sketch an Eiffel Tower design with airplane onto another large piece of freezer paper and cut out to create stencil.

Step 3  Sketch “Fly Paris” onto another large piece of freezer paper and cut out to create second stencil.

Step 4  Spray Snow fabric spray across center of shirt where “Fly Paris” will be. Continue to spray shirt randomly to create background for fireworks. Let dry.

Step 5  Iron Eiffel Tower stencil to center of shirt. Use craft sponge with Glacier White Soft® paint to fill in stencil. Fill in airplane with Turquoise Soft® paint. Remove stencil and let dry.

Step 6  Position “Fly Paris” stencil over Eiffel Tower and center over area sprayed with Snow fabric spray paint. Iron into place.

Step 7  Use craft sponge with Glacier White Soft® paint to fill in stencil. Let dry.

Step 8  Paint over the word “Fly” with Crimson Red Soft® paint, and the name “Paris” with Royal Blue. Remove stencil and let dry.

Step 9  Use Dimensional Fabric Paint in Yellow, Orange, and Poppin’ Purple to create fireworks around tower and wording. Let dry.

Tips

Ironing freezer paper inside shirt creates a stable painting surface and prevents paint from seeping through to back side of shirt.