DIY A Chic Scarf

September 16, 2021

DIY A Chic Scarf

Love fun patterns and design but tired of the designer prices? Find some ceramic dishes and create your own fun designs using our new Equestrian Mesh Stencil and Ceramic Paint! Watch as Cristie from Joyful Art Studio shows you how she created these chic jewelry/key holders. Scroll below to find out how we used our Equestrian Mesh Stencil to make a scarf!

 

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Equestrian Scarf

Supplies:

· Mesh Stencil – Equestrian

· 4oz – Almond Daze

· Gel Art Ink – Bless His Heart

· Gel Art Ink – Grass Is Always Greener

· Gel Art Ink – Metallic Gold

· Angled Squeegee

 

Additional Supplies Needed:

· White Cotton Bandana or Scarf (Hobby Lobby)

· Large Container

· Gloves

 

Instructions:

1. Begin by mixing 1 part Almond Daze One Step Paint with 3 parts water. Be sure to put on a pair of gloves rub the bottom of the container to ensure no clumps of paint are left. Presoak the scarf before submerging it into the dye bath. Once in the dye bath, be sure all creases are saturated before removing and squeezing out the excess dye.

2. Allow the scarf to fully dry and then place the stencil about 1.5” from the edge of the scarf.

3. Using the Angled Squeegee, apply the Grass Is Always Greener Gel Art Ink to the center design.

4. Repeat using Gold Metallic on the chains and Bless His Heart along the dotted borders. Careful not to go outside the stencil.

5. Once done, remove the stencil and wash in lukewarm water. Allow the stencil to fully dry.

6. Then line the stencil and repeat the steps to complete the design along the edge. Allow the scarf to dry for at least a few hours before setting the ink with a hot iron (no steam).

 





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