I have been dying to finally do anything using this method. Nathan came home with a Literacy bag that he was able to decorate. EUREKA!! Finally I get to use my Mod Podge to silk screen. A little nervous to start. What if it messed up? What if he didn't like it? What if I ruin his entire bag? It was easy as pie. A little time consuming but it was also my first go. I think next time will go faster.
1.Put your sheer material through the ring and pull and tighten so the fabric is pretty secure. Trim off any excess.
2. Nathan picked out the font and I chose the size. I didn't like that it needed 2 lines to print but in the end it only made the project take longer so I can live with that.
3. Trace your image or letters onto the sheer fabric with a pencil.
The finished product. I added some stripes using tape as my guide and put his teachers name on it like he requested. Not bad for my first time. I love this so much I need to find more to silk screen on!! Happy crafting!! Hope this inspires you like it did me.