Saturday, June 11, 2016


“Boho Chic” describes a style that includes flowy clothing, vintage and ethnic-inspired accessories, and natural-looking hair and makeup. The phrase became popular in 2002, when Australian journalist Laura Demasi used it to describe the eclectic gypsy look that was then in vogue.[1]Although it’s been over 10 years since Demasi’s article, Boho Chic is still a popular style.

OK, I admit I love this style and I'm always looking for ways to achieve it. So I printed on my the bottom  of my jeans using my 8x10" Gel Press™ Plate

a stencil ( I have no idea who makes it, it's very old and abused as you can see from the layers of paint left on it, yeah, I don't wash my stencils )

and some SoSoft DecoArt Fabric Paint. I love my fabric paint for it's staying power through washes and for how soft it feels on your clothes! And YES! You can use fabric paint on your stencil, comes off just as easy as regular acrylic paint.

Want to create a boho-chic look of your own? It's very easy and I have a very short video of how I made mine that you can watch HERE. And hey, if you like the video, could you give me a "thumbs Up"? I sure would appreciate it!


Kalea Wavedancer said...

Freaking cool!!

minnemie said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this! What a great idea. I am totally a boho girl , occasionally chic😉, and you just gave me an excellent idea for transforming some of my blah clothing!!! Thanks for sharing!

Pam said...

WOW, they look awesome! I love pheasant style tops, anything comfy.