How to make a stamp of potatoes, for decorating clothes with it? Step-by-step instruction for lovers of exclusive decor

How to make a stamp of potatoes, for decorating clothes with it? Step-by-step instruction for lovers of exclusive decor

I like t-shirts and blouses with differentprints, drawings, stamps. Few people know that this kind of things can be made by yourself, at home. It is possible to stash polka dots, birds or kittens on a T-shirt using homemade stamps. How to make them yourself? Very simple and cheap! Here's an instruction for you! Materials:

  • raw potatoes
  • large and small sharp knives
  • the garment that you wish to decorate
  • paint for fabric

What why? 1. Make a sketch on paper - create your own unique pattern (muzzle of the seal or whatever you would like to have on the shirt / T-shirt). 2. Cut the potatoes in half and cut the pattern with a felt-tip pen. 3. Using a kitchen knife, cut out the pattern. You can cut pretty deep. How to make a stamp of potatoes and decorate clothes with it? Step-by-step instruction for lovers of exclusive decor. Photo №1 4. Wet the potato print in the paint and make a proof impression on an unnecessary shred of tissue. Practice to determine the optimal force of pressing and how much you need to dip your self-made stamping "tool" into the paint. 5. Proshtampuyte shirt. If you want to do this as neatly as possible, you have to press the catholic to the fabric for a long time. But do not press too hard not to damage the stamp itself, but for the company and your thing. I like that every impression looks different and a bit blurry. In my opinion, it's more interesting. 6. Allow the paint to dry. 7. Stroke the front and back of the shirt. 8. The beauty is ready! In addition to potatoes, otherobjects for creating stamps. For example, an eraser can do it perfectly. Peas can be safely done with an elastic band, which is usually present on the top of a simple pencil. And in the stationery children's stamps are sold. Of them I like stars and flowers. Potato is good because it costs less.

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