DIY T-Shirt Painting

DIY T-Shirt Painting

Posted by DecoArt on Jun 3rd 2021

Shower the love with this "Love All" DIY T-shirt painting made with SoSoft® Fabric paint


    • scissors
    • 1/4" rake brush
    • masking tape
    • white t-shirt
    • shirtboard or plastic-covered cardboard
    • small stencil brush
    • medium and small flat brush
    • color pencil


    1. SoSoft™ Fabric paint is the best fabric paint for clothes you can find! For this DIY t-shirt, gather a white t-shirt, Stencil Font Alpha (Stencils on a Ring®), a stiff board, and some masking tape. Slide the t-shirt onto the board that is slightly larger that the shirt. Secure the sleeves, neck, and bottom of the shirt with masking tape.
    2. Instruction #1
    3. Print out the provided pattern and cut out the shapes with scissors. Lay out and then trace the templates of the cloud and raindrops onto the shirt with a light blue colored pencil. Tape the stencil letters "L O V E" in the cloud on the right bottom side.
    4. Instruction #2
    5. Using Peacock Teal and a small stencil brush, pounce paint onto the stencil letters. Remove the stencils and tape. If needed, fill in the blank lines left by the stencil and opening of the "O" with Peacock Teal, using a small flat brush. Stencil the "a l l" into the raindrops and outline raindrops and cloud shape with Peacock Teal, using a small flat brush.
    6. Instruction #3
    7. Beginning inside the left side of the cloud and using a small flat brush, paint the rainbow with Santa Red. Continue painting with Cadmium Orange Hue, Bright Yellow, Green Apple, Mediterranean Blue, Lavender, Fuchsia, Dark Rose, and Bright Coral.
    8. Instruction #4
    9. Using a small rake brush, paint Confetti (Glitter) onto one raindrop, the "O" in "LOVE", and the "a" in "all". Allow to dry.
    10. Instruction #5
    11. This is a great DIY graphic tee project to make for yourself or to give as a gift. The SoSoft paints are soft, flexible, washable, and permanent, which make them the best paint for clothes.
    12. Instruction #6


    Cloud And Raindrop Patterns