DIY stamped fabrics

Hooray, I'm very happy to finally release this new DIY project; the DIY stamped fabric. Also known as the "potato stamping technique" I used the linogravure, which I learned in school and is very versatile to print a pattern onto a fabric. There are tons of possibilities, I put a pattern pdf available for download at the end of this post.

Material (all available online here on DeSerres)

- You can print on any cotton fabrics, jersey & canvas is ideal. I used American Apparel's loose crop tee and tank
- Fabric Paint, opaque or transparent,
- Wood carving knifes
- Lino stamp pad
- Paint roller for stamping

Click here to buy the material online

Hooray, I’m very happy to finally release this new DIY project; the DIY stamped fabric.  I’ve been working on this one for a while so I really hope you will like it, and that you will give it a try.  Also known as the “potato stamping technique” I used the linogravure, which I learned in school and is very versatile to print a patttern onto a fabric.  There are tons of possibilities, I put a pattern pdf available for download at the end of this post.  Enjoy xo Ari

Material (all available online here on DeSerres)

  • You can print on any cotton fabrics, jersey & canvas is ideal. I used American Apparel’s loose crop tee and tank
  • Fabric Paint, opaque or transparent,
  • Wood carving knifes
  • Lino stamp pad
  • Paint roller for stamping

 

Click here to download the patterns :)  The half circle will give a “scale” pattern if stamped side to side

 

10 Comments

  1. Laura
    24 septembre 2012

    These are amazing! I did this for an art project of my face and it worked well. I’ve been looking for a good diy blog and i love this~!

    Reply
  2. maya
    2 octobre 2012

    I LOVE your blog! your diy tutorials are the best I’ve ever found

    Reply
  3. Yabut
    5 octobre 2012

    Stamps are so expensive and now you have shown me how to make some of my own. There are already wood carving knives in this house, so guess what I’m going to bring home next time I get to my arts and craft store. Thank you so much for this tutorial!

    Reply
    • Ari
      6 octobre 2012

      You are welcome! Happy DIY!

      Reply
  4. Jacqueline
    22 octobre 2012

    your tutorials are so amazing and the things you make are so creative. your bracelet in the video is really cute, I’m guessing you made it. how?

    Reply
  5. Annika
    9 décembre 2013

    How are we supposed to wash the shirts later?

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    • Ari
      9 décembre 2013

      just wash it! :) it’s permanent paint

      Reply
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  7. Sarah
    21 mars 2014

    This is so lovely! I can’t wait to try it out myself :D

    Reply

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