Bleach Spray Shirt

Use bleach to paint an original picture on your shirt!
There are so many different chain store and so many clothes to choose from. But when you enter the shops one by one you notice that no matter what the brand is, the styles, motifs and colors tend to be exactly the same. Why should we wear precisely the same way while we differ so much? I never give up asking myself this question, but lead by my desire to be original I Paint, Dye or just cut manufactured shirts to make them unusual.

Recently, I've found a super easy way to transfer a picture to a shirt. Jessi of ‘Practically Functional’ came up with a neat tutorial on Bleach Spray Shirt. She used diluted bleach and a stencil to ‘tattoo’ her T-shirt which, to my mind, looks extraordinarily. The catch is the method works only on cotton shirts and bleach really weakens the material, so don’t use too much, not to get the holes.

I've used a daisy flower stencil on my T-shirt. I wonder what designs you will use. Let me know about your ideas!

Check out the tutorial on Practically Functional!

What you need:

Supplies / ingredients:

  • T-shirt
  • Bleach
  • Spray adhesive

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