The original tutorial is here from Craftgrrl.
I found some drapery sheer fabric at JoAnn’s on the clearance table for $2/yard.
I followed Sabra’s advice and used Collage Pauge to paint my screens. (I picked that up at JoAnn’s, too.)
The theme for camp was “For The Strength of YOU”, so I chose the strong man. It’s just clipart that comes with Microsoft Word.
Here’s my fist attempt:
And here are a couple of shirts we did at camp:
See how that print was all blotchy? SUPER windy. The screens were getting clogged on account of drying out.
No worries…she filled in the lines with a fabric marker and it turned out super awesome 80’s retro.
And here’s one with both the silk screen and the Sharpie tie dye I talked about yesterday:
We ended up throwing away the screens when we were done (on account of the whole no running water thing), but I rinsed one out at home after my test run and it was definitely reusable.
I’ll FOR SURE be doing this again!
***Don’t forget to enter the Kikki’s Designs giveaway here***