ohhhhh shit how did you do that printed shirt? I've been trying to find a good method for so long
1. first I made the stencil - I just printed out a picture and stuck it to some thicker paper, and then cut the letters out with an xacto knife.
2. I then used spray adhesive to stick the stencil to the shirt and then put newspaper around the stencil (so that I wouldn’t get spray paint on the rest of the shirt). also, don’t forget to put a piece of cardboard in the shirt so the paint doesn’t seep thru)
3. and THEN I spray painted the shirt, let it dry, peeled off the stencil, and VOILA! (I use spray paint because you get a nice even distribution and it’s super cheap!!!)
If you do a lot of stenciling or t-shirt painting, electronic cutters are aweeeessomeee. We bought a Silhouette Portrait back on Black Friday, and it’s great for making stencils, no matter how complicated it is. Using a box cutter to hand-cut your stencil out of freezer paper also works well, but you save a ton of time with this method because everything is already cut for you - you just have to peel it off of the vinyl. (Also, it seems to stick to the shirt a little better than freezer paper)