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Thursday, February 5, 2009

a play on words.


what do you get when you combine a t-shirt, a little dye, some home-made stencils & a spritz of household cleaner? the perfect birthday present for a gal who likes to "make stuff".

23 comments:

ginger said...

Totally cute!

Pinkmom3 said...

That is really cute!

Mom2fur said...

Wow, that's very cool, and original, too!

Suz Broughton said...

OMGosh! this is so funny.

Cafe Johnsonia said...

That is awesome. The end.

Kara Jayne said...

I la la la love it!!!

Bonnie B. said...

So cute!!

This is Carrie said...

I love it so much!!

Heather, aka Jake's Mommy said...

Aww!! How fun is that!! :-) And are you the oddball in the family that likes to "make stuff"? ... Me, too.

sewfunky said...

I so love this t. :) Well done!

Mama Krit said...

This is awesome! I need one for me!!!

Jenny and the Princess Peonies said...

So cute!

Ranee said...

Wow that is so cute. You are really crafty, wish I was as clever!

AnnieJackDesigns said...

I love that. Wish you had them for sale as I would buy for me and my crafty friends!!

Chloe said...

I love it SO much and of course, it is perfect for Carrie...well done!

Eli's Lids said...

Ahhh!! This is great... I LOVE my machine.

Rose said...

i may be a little behind the 8-ball, but are you gonna tell us how to make it?? I also love making stuff... :)

Robin said...

That came out really great.

Lauren Horsley said...

This is awesome! I have to ask a totally dumb question - what's the "spritz of household cleaner" for?

i'm kelly said...

making this shirt is pretty simple. all you do is use freezer paper stencils ( http://www.according-to-kelly.com/2008/02/who-says-t-shirts-are-boring.html ) & then bleach. i diluted the bleach, put in a spray bottle & spritzed away. slowly... and don't do too much, you don't want a hole in your shirt!

Anonymous said...

do you die the shirt first? How do you get the machine to stay white? I've never done something like this but would LOVE to try!

i'm kelly said...

i did dye the shirt first. but you could start with a colored shirt. & the design stayed white because the bleach is permanent.

Miranda said...

Gaaaaaaaah!