Monday, June 14, 2021

A quick gift- Stenciled T-shirt

Hi Friends,

My Thrift Shop had racks and racks of

Brand New Baseball style t-shirts-

all were black and white small and large.

I bought 2 for .99- It was Half-off Day!

I wish I got more!

I wanted to make 

His and/or Hers' PJ Shirts

First I marked the center of the shirt with tape.

Made sure my tape was level.

I used my COFFEE stencil

Inspired Barn Stencils by Cathe Holden
12'' x 12''

I removed the vertical tape underneath

 and taped down


I used black multi purpose Acrylic paint and

a stencil brush.

I use an old tray to remove excess paint from brush

before stenciling.

I only used one color and I left off the border.

Clean up is easy-

a little soap , water and a soft brush.

Set your design with a clean cloth

 over the painted area and a hot iron.

I let my mannequin model for you!

I think I need to go back to the store

to get some more t-shirts!

I hope you have a wonderful week and hey-

Happy Fathers Day!

Thank you for hanging out!

I'm so glad you are here!

xo Lisa S


  1. I absolutely love a good thrift project!

    1. Thanks Charlie-
      Me too!!!
      xo Lisa S

  2. Great project! Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ's.

  3. Adore this . Thanks for posting at Funtastic Friday.

  4. What a great find! I have had the same problem at times and they are gone once you go back for more. I like the stencil you used. #HomeMattersParty

    1. Thanks Donna-
      I wish I would learn by lesson and get it when I see it.
      Thanks for hosting and visiting.
      xo Lisa S

  5. Great china! Have you ever tried fabric paint?

    1. Nancy
      I wanted a grungy faded look, but if I was making something nice I would use fabric paint. The acrylic works like a dream and more variety of colors.
      xo Lisa S


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