Stamping fabric is nothing new, but that doesn't mean the technique should be thrown on the back burner. This project is less about stamping fabric, and more about revamping a plain long sleeve tee and making an easy, affordable, customized stamp. In total, my stamp only cost $.47!
Some days you want to throw on a tee, a good pair of jeans, and comfy boots. As much as my comfort level loves this look, my fashion sense does not. Taking this long sleeve tee and giving it a pretty pattern gives it a more trendy look without sacrificing its comfort factor. Take a look below on how I created my feather stamp...
Supplies: Foam sheet, fabric paint, plain tee.
Pantry Supplies: Scissors, pen, test paper, hot glue gun.
Begin by drawing a feather on the foam sheet. I drew mine by hand, but if you're not confident in your drawing skills, simply Google feather silhouette or feather clip art. // Once you've drawn the feather, cut it out, adding small slits to create texture to the feather. // With the remaining foam, cut it into small rectangles, slightly larger than the feather, and glue them in a stack with the feather glued on top. Test out your stamp on paper before moving onto the shirt. // Once you're satisfied with the stamp, start revamping your tee!
I finished off this look with a pretty necklace and my favorite jeans. This type of outfit is comfy enough for a photo shoot in the great outdoors, but nice enough for a coffee date with clients. Have you revamped any clothing with this technique? Leave a link! I'd love to see.
// necklace is from Charming Charlie //