How To Make A Sparkle Anchor Tee

Sunday, August 11, 2013

When all you need is a little shimmer, this sparkly anchor tee is just the thing. If you've followed long, you'll remember I tried this Anchor Tee  last summer using navy blue paint and ended up making several for my friends and family as well.  That's the long term pay-off of DIY style. You don't always have to invent new refashion projects to fan the flames of your creative mojo--a great design can be re-imagined over and over. 

Chic Girl's Tip:  If you can't find an anchor stencil and don't own a cutting machine, download out a free printable onto card stock and cut out the shape.

--Plain tee
--Anchor stencil
--Chiffon flower (I bought this from the accessory section at Target)
--Silver fabric paint
--Silver glitter
--Cardboard or other thick material to prevent bleed through


  1. this is really super cool! thanks for teaching us! :D

    <3, Mimi

  2. Hi Kristina! I love the anchor tee! It looks fab on you! Thanks for showing us how to do this! Blessings from Bama!

  3. Ooooo! Loving it! And now I need to go get me a T-shirt to add some creativity to. It looks hot with that skirt too Kristina. Nicely done. Sheree x0x

  4. Thanks, ladies! Hope your summer's been awesome!

  5. This is adorable! I love anchors and anything nautical- such a great idea!

  6. LOVE the whole outfit :) Anchors make everything cuter and sparkles too :) Thanks for linking up to Monday Funday!

  7. I just found you via the suggestion of another blogger friend. I am in awe of everything on your blog - from the sequin sweater, to the anchor top, all of it! I am so glad I found your blog! I am a new blogger and a novice seamstress, so your blog is perfect for me! Stop by and visit me at Blessings! Susan


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