Fourth of July DIY | Star Print Denim Jacket

Fourth of July is right around the corner!! I have been collecting American flag and star inspiration images for a few weeks now. But, when I saw this Current Elliott denim jacket on their Instagram, I instantly knew I had to create a quick tutorial. I can't wait to wear it over a red bandeau and cutoffs and hang out by the beach.

- Denim Jacket (here, here, and here)
- Fabric Paint in Glacier White
- Paintbrush
- Paint Palette 

1. Pour white fabric paint onto the palette.  
2. Paint a light coat of fabric paint onto the star stamp.
3. Stamp all around the front side of the jacket.  Let fully dry, then continue stamping all over the back. Let fully dry.
Note: As you are stamping away, I recommend cleaning the stamp (running it through water and wiping off any excess paint) after stamping a couple times because the fabric paint tends to dry pretty quickly.

*This tutorial is similar to my DIY Floral Print Short.  Check it out: here.


Mari-Liis Suvi said...

That denim jacket is adorable!

raven said...

This is super cute + of course genius! Your DIYs are always rad though. May have to do this on some shorts...


Miki's scrapbook said...

What a cool tutorial, as usual! ;)

Hope you've started the week off with a smile ;D.


Amanda {} said...

whaaat....this is tight!! loves it!
will you be rockin this for the 4th?!


Natalie_vintage_girl said...

cool as :)

Mandy Crandell said...

Awesome! I might do this with a pair of shorts. Thanks! :)

Grace - Stripes and Sequins said...

This is so awesome!

Michelleesque said...

I absolutely love this tutorial!! Thanks for sharing! :)


Second Hand Rose said...

Wow this looks amazing! So simple yet it looks brilliant! How do you make it waterproof? XxxX

funnyizbunny said...

love this idea i did one like this in another sense i put a star fabric on the upper back of the denim shirt it came out amazing and this idea is waaay better very creative:)

Natalie (NJ in L.A.) said...

You're so G O O D at what you do!

LaRon said...

if only i could do this without ruining everything in site!

christian said...

such a smart idea!
love it!


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