Halloween Projects Made with Ready-To-Use Stencils

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Halloween Projects Made with Ready-To-Use Stencils

We had fun creating Halloween projects last year to inspire customers during the month of October, and now we are offering our designs as EZScreen Ready-To-Use stencils

 

DIY Screen Printing for T-Shirts

This fun Halloween t-shirt was made with our regular size Haunted House ready-to-use stencil and Speedball screen printing ink in Black. Once the ink was dry and heat set, it was colored in with Marvy fabric markers.

 

DIY T-Shirt Screen Printing

We made this easy Halloween t-shirt with our regular size Mummy ready-to-use stencil and Speedball Opaque screen printing ink in Pearly White.

 

DIY T-Shirt Screen Printing

 

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DIY Screen Printing for Wood

We wanted to make a two color design, so this fun wood sign was created with our Salem Witch ready-to-use stencil. We first painted a wooden plaque with Speedball screen printing ink in Black. Once the ink was dry, we used blue painters tape to block off the top and bottom border design on the stencil. Speedball screen printing ink in pearly white was used. The stencil was rinsed and tape was removed. New tape was placed over the text portion of the stencil, realigned on the wooden plaque, and Speedball screen printing ink in Emerald was used for the border design.

 

DIY Screen Printing Wooden Signs

Lastly, we used Speedball screen printing ink in Violet slightly watered down to "stain" this wood sign. The Little Monsters ready-to-use stencil was used along with Speedball screen printing ink in Black.

 

DIY Silk Screen Printing

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  • Sloane Garwood
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