DIY: Graphic Tee

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DIY graphic tee pose 1 {who is that girl mo?}
This week's DIY project is simple and fun. I decided to keep it easy so I can wear a casual look.
Supplies:
t-shirt
fabric paint
bowl
painter's tape
foam brush
cardboard or magazines
  • After coming up with a design, Apply the painter's tape to the shirt on the areas that you don't want painted.
  • Place the cardboard or magazine in between the shirt so the paint will not bleed through.
  • Pour paint into bowl.
  • Begin applying the paint in the desired areas.
  • Let dry overnight.
  • Carefully remove painter's tape from shirt.
DIY graphic tee tutorial pics {who is that girl mo?}
DIY graphic tee pose 2 {who is that girl mo?}

military jacket skinny jeans combat boots {who is that girl mo?}

DIY graphic tee pose 3 {who is that girl mo?}

DIY graphic tee pose 4 {who is that girl mo?}


Are you into graphic tees?

Outfit Details:
thrifted jeans BDG | boots MIA | jacket Old Navy

Linking up with: The Style Record |  Monday Mingle | Funday Monday
 Monday Bloom | Mix it Mondays | Do Tell Tuesdays | All Things Pretty

49 comments

  1. Here you go again.. with the cute DIY's! I think this is one that I could actually pull off.. :)
    xoxo,
    Nikki at www.bedazzlesafterdark.com

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  2. Great idea! I'm loving that coat as well as the graphic T.

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  3. Very cute. I love causal looks and you rock it with this one.

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  4. Such a cute DIY! I love that this one is no-sew so anyone can do it :)

    -Sharon
    The Tiny Heart

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  5. Nice DYI, i love the no sew projects too. I wish I had more time to do some of your fantastic Dyis.

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  6. Thanks! I have to make time otherwise it wouldn't get done. :-)

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  7. Great idea, love it :)http://fashionovertheainbow.blogspot.com/2014/02/keep-it-simple.html

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  8. Ah, so cute! I could pull this one off, already have the fabric paint and tee!

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  9. Oooh I love this! The black and white was a great idea.

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  10. it's sooooo cool! love it and that jacket.
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  11. Thank you! Black tee with white paint works too.

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  12. i love it...and it's perfect with the mustard hat!

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  13. I never thought about making my own graphic tees before, but this has me inspired to try it out.

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  14. Thanks! I thought the pop of color worked well with this look.

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  15. Something cool and sexy about this outfit. The DIY tee is nice - One of these days amma have to try my hands on one of your tutorials. Defo Saves money!! Looking good gal :-)


    missymayification.blogspot.co.uk

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  16. Such a great idea! I love how your tee turned out! I just might have to give this a try myself! Thanks so much for sharing with Mix it Monday! :)

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  17. Looovvveee the way your tee turned out!! I also am loving that beanie!! xoxo

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  18. I adore the pop of leopard!!! My fave print!

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  19. Saving money is main reason! Thanks. :-)

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  20. Brilliant! Are those acrylic paints? I'd really like to try this and, using tape, I can also by-pass my poor drawing skills!
    Thanks for linking up at Do-Tell Tuesday, Mo!
    MammaNene @ SergerPepper

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  21. Thanks! Yeah, I mixed the acrylic with textile medium paint. :-)

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  22. yes I am into graphic tees. Great way of getting your own. Super idea. Thanks for the fun compliments! (hug)
    Renae of Simple Sequins
    { www.simplesequins.com }

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  23. That tshirt came out absolutely spot on
    Love it
    Brett

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  24. Looking fab in that awesome t-shirt! I am so impressed at how this turned out! :) T. http://tickledpinkwoman.blogspot.com

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  25. Another fun one Mo! You should open your own etsy story and sell some of your creations.

    xo
    Tiffy
    Blog: CuteLA.com

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  26. This is such a cool DIY! I love how neat you kept it - it doesn't look like a DIY at all (which is something I sometimes have trouble with ;) )

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  27. Thanks! The painters tape helped in keeping it neat because I make messes all the time. :-)

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  28. You look so cute! I love that you made your own graphic tee because they can be pricey. I dig your style, girl! Makes me think of some images I'd like to have in my dream graphic tee. I always like pairing it with some cool jacket and funky shoes.

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  29. Thanks and yes there are some pricey cute ones out there. Glads for the inspiration. :-)

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  30. Wow can't believe you actually did this from scratch, you're super talented! I love how you styled it too Xx

    www.jennifernoir.blogspot.co.uk

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  31. One of these days, I will try one of your FABULOUS DIY's. LOVE this! Great job!


    ~Whitney
    www.whitneynicjames.com

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  32. Another winner Mo, I think I can do this one. Very cool!
    http://www.robincharmgne.com/log

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I really appreciate your comments!

Mo