Be My Love Boxers

Be My Love Boxers

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Be My Love Boxers
Be My Love Boxers

Be ready for cupid's arrow! This quick project is sure to please your special Valentine!  Festive boxers are a cinch to make with Tulip Soft Fabric Paints. Just cut a stencil from shelf paper, dab on paint with a cosmetic sponge and you're good to go!  Boys of all ages will love these cute boxers, and they're super easy to make.  You could even write cute phrases in the hearts, like "I Love You!" or "Call Me!".  Have fun with these cute boxers and your main man will love them!

Check out the video below to see how you could stencil a pair of shorts as well! 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Difficulty LevelBeginner

HolidayValentine's Day

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Tulip® Soft Fabric Paint™ in Glacier White and Ebony
  • Self-Adhesive Shelf Paper
  • Foil
  • Red Boxers
  • Permanent felt pen
  • Make-up wedge sponge
  • Scissors
  • Pattern

Be My Love Boxers

Stenciled Boxers Instructions

  1. Use scissors to cut two 12” x 14” pieces of shelf paper.

  2. Place pattern under paper then use felt pen to trace random hearts onto the sheet moving paper over pattern.

  3. To create stencil, carefully cut out center of each heart, leaving sheet intact.

  4. Peel off paper backing and press into place on one side of shorts. Run fingernail around each edge of heart to prevent seepage.

  5. Squeeze a puddle of Glacier White of Tulip® Soft Paint™ onto foil. Tap flat end of wedge sponge into paint then tap excess off on foil. Pounce paint into heart stencil adding more paint to sponge as needed. Continue sponging paint into all hearts. Carefully peel off stencil.

  6. Repeat step with other side of boxers and other stencil sheet, stenciling with Ebony paint. Let dry.

  7. Follow paint label instructions for care of garment.

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