When I found this jacket I knew that it would be perfect a couple sizes too big with a stencil of Robert Smith on the back.
First I found a nice free stencil online (actually really easy, just google it), printed it off, cut it out very slowly and carefully with nail scissors ( took about 15, 20 min and my fingers really hurt afterwards).
I got this great paint from the local craft store that you mix with acrylic paint to make fabric paint.
Fabric paint always leaks through material a bit, so put plastic or newspaper underneath if you don' t want to make a mess of the floor, not sure how easily it comes off!
Once it was dry to the touch I put it on a hanger to dry overnight. The instructions for this one are to dry for 24 hours then iron. I Used a towel when ironing, just to prevent any possible uron ruining.
And here it is, looking pretty awesome, plus DIYing was a big part of 80s Trad Goth culture!
I am really happy with it!