– Dish Towels
– Paint Brushes
– Vinyl (any color will work)
– Transfer Tape
– Mod Podge (Optional)
– Electronic cutter (cricut explore, silhouette or other cutter)
– Weeding tool
– Cut File (see below)
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Here is what you do:
Cut out your vinyl with your electronic cutter. Peel out the reverse image so you are left with a stencil to paint. Use transfer tape to apply the vinyl to the towel. It might take some time to get it to stick. *Quick Tip* Use a piece of transfer tape that has already been used or lightly rub a t-shirt on a new piece to remove some of the tackiness. This will help make transferring the vinyl to the fabric a bit easier.
The towel I used was textured, so to help stop paint from bleeding through the stencil, I first applied a coat of Mod Podge.
In case you’re new here…
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