How To: Use a stencil on a shirt to get a screen print effect

Use a stencil on a shirt to get a screen print effect

In this two-part tutorial, learn how to use a stencil on a shirt to create a screen printing effect. Although this does not show you how to do real screenprinting, by using a stencil you will create the look of a screenprinted shirt and be able to transfer your image. Materials you will need include: A blank t-shirt, a high contrast image, acetate, Scotch tape, a sponge, a Sharpie, Exacto knife, some acrylic paint, and glue adhesive. Get your favorite image on a t-shirt you can wear with help from this video tutorial!

(1) Part 1 of 2 - How to Use a stencil on a shirt to get a screen print effect, (2) Part 2 of 2 - How to Use a stencil on a shirt to get a screen print effect

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