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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Kiss Me: Lip Sweatshirt DIY.

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Also, if you live in the Central Florida Area.
 Orlando Southern Women's Show is happening from October 11-14,
 you should definitely check it out.
  1. Lip Stencil
  2. Sweatshirt
  3. Tulip Fabric Paint* Thank you IlovetoCreate.com
  4. Tulip Sponge pouncers Ilovetocreate.com
  5. Cardboard or wax paper *for going in between the shirt*
  6. Scissors
  7. X-acto knife
  8. Hot pink Glitter
  9. Mod Podge Fabric Glue  HERE or HERE




Lip I liked.
  I found this on the internet. 



Print it.
 Use your x-acto knife to cut out your stencil.

Cut off your collar.


Place your cardboard in between your shirt.

Tape your stencil down.


Pick the color paint you want.
I picked the color Hot pink, and  I put paint on a piece of wax paper.

Pounce straight up and down over your stencil.
When I was all done with the color
 I used a little Mod Podge fabric glue  
and pounced it around the edge of the lip.


Then I sprinkled the glitter just on the edge,
 to give it that 3D effect.
Let that dry really well (4- 5 hours), then gently shake off the extra glitter.
*Wait 48 to 72 hours before you wash.
Hang Dry No dryer.

Wearing this out tonight with Keira Lennox, aka  A Pretty Penny
You should check out her wonderful boot re-style she did with tacks HERE.
Simply awesome.
Have a wonderful Wednesday
Lots of <3,
Anne.

33 comments:

  1. wowwwwwww
    I love it!

    thanks for share it

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  2. Wow ! My daughter will love this ! (and so does her mom...)

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  3. I looooooooooooooooooove it!!!!!!
    thank you so much Anne!!

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  4. Awesome!!!!! Gonna try try.

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  5. Que lindo! Quero muito fazer.

    Beijos, Drika do oucacoloridovejaalto.blogspot.com.br

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  6. Love your website and your wonderful projects! Where did you find the lips at?

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  7. This would probably work with contact paper as well! Super cute, but then all of your projects are! ;)

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    1. Thank you so much.. I could not find my contact paper:( but yes it would work wonderful with that:)

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  8. This look fantastic!
    xx Tanya
    http://aciddreamsandsugarhighs.blogspot.com/

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  9. I totally love how you gave the lips depth with those 2 shades...also LOVE that boot diy from a pretty penny! brilliant!

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    1. Thanks Jamillah.. you are an angel:)

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  10. what size sweathshirt is that ?? really want to make this!! :)

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  11. Love it!! I print clothes too but with other methode. I follow you!!

    thefashiondiyscorner.blogspot.com

    xoxo

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  12. This is so stinking cute! I love that exact sweatshirt! What brand/type is it??

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    1. Thank you so much. This is a Foot of the loom sweatshirt.:)

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  13. http://www.makeupforbest.com/i-did-it-so-you-can-do-your-t-shirts/

    I think they used your images and didn't credit you :(

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  14. Is there a particular secret to getting the glitter to stick after the first wear? It was my first try and I might not have used enough glue, but I'm losing a lot. I might need to go back and add more.

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    1. I suggest the tulip glitter glue to seal on top of the glitter. I need to add that to the instruction. Thank you for reminding me.

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    2. You just put the glitter glue down on top of the glitter and let it dry?

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    3. Yes, it will act like a sealer. but just a thin layer.:)

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  15. I know you did this DIY a long time ago but how did you get the stencil and what size was it? sorry for the 20 questions but I really am interested in doing it. thank you.

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    1. The Stencil was the size of an standard piece of paper, when you print it just make it fit the page. I love the questions. always ask them and never be sorry:) feel free to ask me anything else.
      Lots of love
      Anne

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  16. Thank you! I've seen this shirt all over tumblr and they summarized the full explanation but I didn't understand it at all. Finally I found the tutorial. Thanks a lot!

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