Stenciled Hoodie Refashion… {From the Vault}

 My daughter had been eyeing some embellished hoodies and the light bulb went off… stenciling!! What a perfect way to achieve a very unique and one of a kind look!

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Isn’t it precious! I used the Butterfly Bloom #3 Wall Art Stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils. I think it turned out incredible and she is thrilled!

Supplies Needed for Stenciled Hoodie:

1. Hoodie { this one is from Target}

2.Butterfly Bloom #3 Stencil

3.Paint and Fabric Medium {I used Martha Stewart’s Fabric Medium and Pearl Lilac Multi Surface Paint}

4.Sponge Painter Dauber


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Step 1:

I used painter’s tape to stabilize the stencil on the hoodie. I centered it on the back of the hoodie. I also placed a large piece of poster board underneath to protect my table! :)


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Step 2:

Next I applied the paint using the sponge dauber. Don’t you just love the lilac color?! 

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Step 3:

Carefully remove the stencil from the hoodie. The detail is amazing, I was super pleased with that! I followed the directions on the fabric medium for finishing the sealing of the paint.

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My girl was thrilled with the finished result and so was I!

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Stenciling is so versatile! There are endless possibilities in both design and surfaces!


What have you stenciled lately? Later this month I will reveal a little home decor item that I am currently working on with stencils…gonna be adorable!


Bonnie

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Trish Flake

Author/Co-Owner at Uncommon Designs
Hey y'all! I am Trish and one half of the creative team at Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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