Simple designs, like logos or single color images are easy to print onto t-shirts yourself. Yes, it gets more difficult if you want multi-colors, but we’ll tackle that one in another post. Because first, you have to learn how to do the single color ones and that is actually pretty easy.
I’ve been stenciling on an array of different types of surfaces, from fabric to glass, to plastic and I could go on. But to keep this post from getting too long, here are the latest 3 things I’ve been trying:
- Cards (the thicker paper ones),
- Cars (yes, actual moving vehicles - they were parked at the time of stenciling, though),
- Cake (the one I was most thrilled about!)
Keep reading to find out which one thing I won't be doing again...
In this blog post you’ll learn all about silkscreen stencils - what they are made of, what's the difference between All Surface and Fabric/Wood, and, most importantly, how to use the stencils. So let’s dive in shall we?
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I’ll go through proper care and cleaning, things to keep in mind regarding different surfaces, and more - all so you will have the skills and know-how to get amazing results when stenciling - even if it’s your first time.