Hey everyone, sorry for not tipping lately but hopefully I can get back into the habit.
I don't know about you, but I love the moon phase shirt from Brandy Melville. So I came across this DIY for a moon phase shirt and thought I'd share it with you guys! Let's get started!

- black tank top (or whatever shirt you want to use)
- white and grey fabric paint
- adhesive foam sheet.
- scissors
- sponge paint brush
- ink pen
- cup for tracing
- Begin by tracing lines of circles onto the foam sheet. The rim of a cup is good, but you can use anything with a round base, depending on how big you want the moons to be.
- I suggest three circles across, filling the width of the foam. 
- Next, draw and cut out a moon chart. You can find a template by simply googling "moon phases" and clicking "images". 
- Next, lay the tank top flat and place a piece of cardboard inside the tank top so that the paint doesn't soak through. 
- Remove the back of the foam template, place it onto the front of the tank top, and firmly press it down, securing it in place.
- With a sponge paint brush, apply shades of white and grey throughout the moons, giving it a splotchy look. 
- Once it dries, remove the foam piece. 
- If you want four rows of moons, but the foam only has enough room for three rows, simply remove the foam, cut off the top row, and turned it upside down so that the bottom row of moons would be going the opposite way like an actual moon chart. 
- Hand wash it and let it air dry. 

And yeah...that's it. 
creds: http://sincerelykinsey.blogspot.com/2013/06/moon-phase-shirt-tutorial.html
xx Samantha xx
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