Start by spraying water on the T-shirt to moisten it.
Spread watercolour textile paint with a broad, flat brush and add as many colours as you like. (Try leaving some space between the colours, to give them space to flow outwards).
Rinse off excess paint with water. Remember: the sooner you rinse out the paint, the lighter the hue will be.
Fix the paint in the oven at 150°C for 5 minutes. (Make sure the fabric does not touch the heating element and that it has no plastic buttons).
Tape the stencil where you want your pattern to be and roll on Palett fabric paint in any colour. Use the paint sparingly, otherwise it may seep under the stencil.
Fix the design according to the fabric paint instructions.
Give old T-shirts a new lease of life with fabric paint and resist-dyeing! This fabric paint makes it easy to give your old garments the lovely look of a watercolour painting. Boldly experiment with the paint by spreading, spattering and dotting it on, and by crinkling up the garment. When you are pleased with the design, fix the paint in the oven. Then make cool patterns with stencils. The only limit is your imagination!