shirt: DIY jeans: kohls sandals: target tree necklace: K.Jane
I was inspired by Sarah's post from the winthrop chronicles and made this shirt last week.
(She has lots of sweet tutorials that I plan on trying this summer!)
I've been wanting something neon and am so excited this shirt turned out.
Since I already had the white tee at home, I only spent $3 on the spray paint.
All you need is a white t-shirt, painter's tape and spray paint.
The spray paint I used said good for indoor or outdoor use, and was florescent yellow.
Use the painter's tape to mark off your stripes.
I kind of wish I would have used smaller tape so my stripes were thicker, but this is what I had at home.
I made my stripes smaller on top and bigger as they went down.
Use some paper to block the top and bottom of the shirt.
Do a few coats of paint and let dry.
This was one of the faster projects I've done and I love how it turned out!
I've washed my shirt once and the color was still just as bright.
I'm thinking I now need to make some onsies or kids' shirts using spray paint.
So many possibilities!
Hope you've had a great weekend!