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COLORSHOT DRESS DIY

The super creative people at i Love To Create have done it again, with their latest product: Tulip’s ColorShot! I had so much fun making this dress and mixing up the colors in this Colorshot Dress DIY using this new fabric spray paint!

ColorShot Dress feature by Trinkets in Bloom
Click through to see how I did it and how you can make your own!

TOOLS & MATERIALS:

ColorShot Dress supplies
It is recommended that you use ColorShot outdoors with good ventilation.

Be sure to put down a lot of paper and move or cover anything you don’t want paint on. It is still a spray paint.

step 1
Lay your dress out flat.ColorShot Dress before

step 2
Starting with your first color, spray in short bursts in a stripe across your dress.ColorShot Dress spraying first color

A short burst will give you a vertical line.

As you can see the color comes out a little different than a traditional spray paint, it’s more of a vertical line.

Spray all of your stripes in your first color.

Let dry.ColorShot Dress first color complete

step 3
Using your second color and slightly overlapping your first color create the stripes for your second color.ColorShot Dress spraying second color

Let dry.ColorShot Dress spraying second color complete

step 4
Use your third color to fill in and make stripes in that color.ColorShot Dress spraying third color

Let dry.ColorShot Dress finished detailColorShot Dress finished

step 5
When the front is dry, flip your dress over and repeat steps 2, 3 & 4 on the back.

This image shows the actual finished color the best.ColorShot Dress front by Trinkets in BloomColorShot Dress back by Trinkets in BloomColorShot Dress side by Trinkets in Bloom

I have to admit I really wasn’t sure what to expect with ColorShot and I wasn’t too sure how well it would turn out. But I was truly amazed that I was able to get the look I wanted. I really had a lot of fun with this stuff!

I do recommend that after your garment has completely dried you wash it according to the recommendations on the ColorShot and your garment. If you don’t wash it, the color can get a little sticky.

i Love To Create asked me to make a few projects to help them promote ColorShot, so I will be sharing a few more projects using ColorShot in the coming weeks. Be sure to check back for more DIYs!

This is a sponsored post. I have been compensated for this post, however all opinions and tutorial are mine.

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