OK, I am not that gifted in Tutorials yet, however I will be making up a drawing (the old-fashioned way) and scanning it into my computer soon for this Project. Basically, this "dress" is two parts:
-one large unbleached cotton t-shirt to make the top: sleeves trimmed of their edges, neck cut out, laid flat, and then a deep-V cut starting from the bottom edge (right square in the middle of the t-shirt) to each side of the neck hole. You end up with a V-shaped piece of fabric you can toss into your scrap pile for use later. Then the bottom is folded up about 3.5" and sewn along the top of the fold with a zigzag stitch on the machine. You then cross-over one side of the hemmed shirt so it's hugging your hips comfortably, and pin it. Now sew along the bottom of the hem, so it's securely in place, again with a zigzag stitch.
Now you're free to make a very simple stencil (I used an exacto knife to cut out the bird-shape into a slab of cardboard) and spray to your heart's content! I used cheap acrylic florist's spray, and it's probably not water-proof, but this was my first project of this nature, so who cares! Let dry several hours.
The skirt consists of another large unbleached cotton t-shirt that has been chopped up, and wrapped around the hips, and secured with a safety pin. I got the idea for it in a book, "Generation T", and it was the 'bohemian wrapsody' skirt on page 170 that I did. It requires no sewing, just a large t-shirt and a pair of scissors, and a pin to hold it at your hips. I'd try to describe it, but it wouldn't make sense without the little diagrams in the book, I'm afraid! Once you do it, it's super-easy though.
These two pieces can be easily worn together, or separately. The top is also reversable, and is dead cute with skinny jeans and slouchy boots too! It's extremely comfortable, and flattering.
Sorry for the quickie tute...I promise my next one will be more professional and easier to understand. Pictures will be forthcoming!