- stencil cut out of contact paper. I used my Cricut to cut the rib-cage but you could easily trace and cut with an exacto knife.
- Tacky Glue or Mod Podge Fabric glue.
- Paint brush, I ended up using a smaller junk paint brush.
After you've cut your stencil and set up your work space you can begin the jerky task of getting that stencil on the sweatshirt. I found that putting painters tape on the front of the design before you peel the back off worked the best.
After the front is covered with painters tape, peel off the back and adhere to where you'd like your design. Give it a good rub down and begin to peel the tape off. You may have to hold the contact paper edges down but it shouldn't stick to the tape. If that makes any sense at all...
Now start painting the glue on. I would paint a bit then sprinkle the glitter on, working in sections until it was covered in gluey, glittery mess.
Then let it dry. I gave it about one Arrested Development episodes worth and carefully shook off the excess glitter.
When it no longer feels wet, peel off the contact paper. I used a little lint brush roller to get the stray glitter. Your done. I'm not sure how this will wash so I will err on the side of caution and say hand wash this lovely.
Im interested to see how you fare. Have fun.
Oh and thank you to my Supervisor(s).