Supplies1 black t-shirt (or the color you prefer)
Bright green fabric paint (or the color you prefer)
Scissors or exacto knife
Harry Potter font (Right click and choose “Save Target As”)
InstructionsOpen a new document in your word processor and, using the Harry Potter font, type the letter S P E W with spaces inbetween, using the largest font size you have.
Print everything out on photo paper.
Cut the letters out making a stencil (they can be seperated from one another).
If the letters are seperated from one another, place the stencils on the shirt as far apart as you would like them and tape them down (packing tape works well). If they are not seperated, tape down the whole stencil.
Using green fabric paint, color in the stencil. You will have to use a lot of coast of paint to get it to show properly.
Let dry and remove the stencil.
Put a period (.) inbetween each letter.
CreditCheryl Skvarcek’s tutorial was taken with permission.
note that the patterns and tutorials you find here have been designed
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