October 29, 2020

10 Ways to Make a Spooky T-shirt

10 Ways to Make a Spooky T-shirt

Who doesn’t love the spooky scary fun of Halloween? Halloween is one of the best holidays of the year, and what makes it more festive and fun is the spooky decorations and fashions. So this year, instead of paying for a fast fashion Halloween t-shirt, how about making your own?

SpectraUSA premium quality blank t-shirts are ideal backdrops to create your unique spooky Halloween designs. When you choose a Spectra USA t-shirt you are guaranteed a high quality garment that will last you a lifetime. Stop wasting your money on fast fashion every year and invest in good apparel and engaged creativity.


Here are some ways to make the best spooky t-shirt this holiday season!

  1. Stencils: Paint and stencils are tools that make it easy to create your own custom t-shirts at home. All you need is a base material for the stencil (such as cardboard), a quality t-shirt, fabric paint, and paintbrushes! What’s fun about stencils are their customizability– cut out a jack o lantern, ghost, broomstick, or spiderweb as your stencil and you’ll have a spooky t-shirt in minutes.
  2. Bleach: Use bleach on a dark t-shirt to create a spooky skeleton pattern. First, find a skeleton pattern to use for reference. Paint the first coat of the design with 4 parts water, one part bleach. Continue to go over the foreground of the design with 2 parts water, one part bleach to highlight. Once dried, go over any parts that need a touch up, rinse and wear!
  3. Spooky Tie Dye: Grab your orange and black dye and transform your basic tee. With many different tie dye designs to choose from, your black and orange color scheme has endless possibilities.
  4. Jack-O-Lantern Tie Dye: Transform a simple dye bullseye tie dye shirt into a spooky jack-o-lantern. When you use orange dye on the first section of the pattern, you create space for the jack-o-lantern face. Once the dye sets and the shirt is laundered, use a black fabric marker or paint to make the face.

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