Fabric Printing DIY

I have been wanting to create my own stamps for a while now and finally got the time to do it. I used a simple eraser to create the stamp and used it to restyle a scarf. It's very easy and fun to do, and also extremely inexpensive (which to me, is always a bonus point!)

Here's how:

1. Draw your shape on an eraser.
2. Cut the shape out.
3. Apply the fabric paint onto the shape with a tiny brush.
4. Make a test sheet, to see how much paint you need to use.
5. Place the eraser onto the fabric, to transfer the painted shape.
6. Use a tiny brush to perfect the shapes.




 Pictures by Lana

10 comments:

  1. Is really beautiful and easy too!!Thank you for sharing!:)

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  2. love this! thank you for sharing! will try this one out for my headband scarf :)

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    1. Hi, thank you! Good luck with your headband scarf and let me know how it works out! x

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  3. Lovely...easy and so original! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Gorgeous scarf!! I love the two colors you used. These pics make me want to wear a scarf like that ;)

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    1. Thank you! I also love how the colors match!

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  5. I've been wanting to make my own stamps for fabric printing for a while now but I thought it would be a lot of hassle. But an eraser! That's such a good solution!

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    1. It's very easy! And thank you for your comment, have fun stamping!

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Thank you! x Lana