I saw this picture. And I about had a heart attack. How unbelievably incredible is this hoodie? Words cannot describe. I tried to find it online with no luck. So I thought to myself, "Breanne! You have all that leftover fabric spray paint from your shorts. YOU CAN MAKE THIS!!" And I just so happened to have a random white hoodie laying around that I never wear (pretty sure it's a guy's hoodie from like two years ago but don't tell him I ruined it).
What You'll Need:
- Tulip Fabric Spray Paint (from Michael's)
- Masking Tape
- Freezer Paper (You can find it by the tin foil)
(You can pretty much follow my tutorial for the shorts here and get the same thing, but I'll explain this better).
This was incredibly time consuming. I didn't really think it through because my shorts had taken an entire thirty minutes to finish. This was more of a few hour job. But it was totally worth it in the end. I started with the stripes on the arms first. I did two masking tape strips thick (does that make sense) on each strip. And then I got a piece of paper and cut out that width to measure the stripes in between. It's harder than it looks to tape all the way around a hoodie so I started with the front and then connected the tape around the back once I got there. Then I moved onto the stars. **I cut stars out of the freezer paper. Then I ironed them on shiny side down. They peel off really easy when you're done.I used around 30 stars for the whole hoodie. I started the stars right under the armpit and up from there (on the hood and all). I just cut them out and placed them then ironed them on, shiny side down.
Then I took the hoodie to my garage and covered the blue part with grocery bags and taped them down. And then I sprayed. And let me tell you. It took a LOT of paint to cover this hoodie. A LOT. And it's not a continuous spray can. It's a old hairspray bottle, pump til your hand cramps then switch kind of spray. It was terrible. I waited for the red to dry but it took longer than I expected. I would suggest putting a fan near by to make it dry faster. Then I covered the red and did the blue.