Recently I’ve been working on making my own spray paint stencils. It’s a slow and tedious processes but its well worth it. I’ve been using my leftover Bristol paper and tracing sheets to make the stencils. After the design I want is transferred onto the Bristol paper, I use an X-Acto knife to cut out the shapes. It’s a great way to have your own designs added to clothing. The paint doesn’t come off in the wash so just make sure that it’s the design you want. I’m really happy with how my stencils turned out and I can’t wait to make some more. It’s a great way to get a consistent design that’s clean.