This would be so hard but it would be using just a simple tank top so if you mess up no biggie.

15 DIY Clothing Tutorials - Fashionable DIY Clothes You Should Not Miss

DIY Disney Shirts - iron on teal floral fabric on grey shirts and white dot puff paint mandala border

DIY Disney Shirts - iron on teal floral fabric (cotton) on grey tshirt with white dot puff paint mandala border.

DIY Bleach Pen for Tees Tanks // terrific for family vacation shirts, team shirts, bridesmaids, etc.

DIY Bleach Pen Tank Top

and my shirt looks EXACTLY as it did before I wasted bleach pen gel! 😠 DIY Bleach Pen for Tees Tanks // terrific for family vacation shirts, team shirts, bridesmaids, etc.

Puff painting shirts for the holidays

Puff painting shirts for the holidays

80s PUFF PAINT SHIRT vintage neon oversized t-shirt "Lazy Girls Club" xl

80s PUFF PAINT SHIRT vintage neon oversized t-shirt "Lazy Girls Club" xl

Textured Heart T-shirt with puffy paint and a freezer paper stencil.

Occasionally, when I make skirts or leggings, it's difficult to find tops to coordinate.

70+ uses for Puffy Paint (aka Dimensional Fabric Paint). It's not just for decorating T-shirts! Use for home decor items, jewelry, accessories, holiday decorations, non-skid and non-scratch applications, solutions for visually impaired and more!

70+ Uses for Puffy Paint - Dimensional fabric paint has so many more uses than decorating a T-shirt

I seriously have a million ideas for DIY onesies for Elena all of a sudden

Great idea to make a onesie more girly DIY Baby Girl Onesie. i used pink dimensional fabric paint to make the "necklace". waiting on it to dry and then adding my flower. turned out pretty good.

Ha. The post title just makes me laugh. Anyway, I saw a photo of this really cute button-up shirt that had lashes embroidered over the top of each buttonhole, and I thought it would be such a fun DIY to add to my own shirt! Rather than embroider the lashes, I decided to use some good ol' fashioned fabric puff paint (remember those puffy paint days??) to get a clean...

Ha. The post title just makes me laugh. Anyway, I saw a photo of this really cute button-up shirt that had lashes embroidered over the top of each buttonhole, and I thought it would be such a fun DIY to add to my own shirt! Rather than embroider the lashes, I decided to use some good ol' fashioned fabric puff paint (remember those puffy paint days??) to get a clean...

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