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1  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / Chimp T-shirt on: September 15, 2007 11:18:52 AM
Boyfriend said he wanted a T-shirt. I told him to pick whatever he wanted and I would make it. Boyfriend picked Chimp. Picture looks a little weird because it's not laying completely flat and the camera flash makes the black look a little washed out. It's not, I swear.
Hope you like.......

Oh yeah and if you feel like you want to 'Say Anything', Lloyd Dobler. Fyi: There was still a piece of freezer paper on the inside when I photographed it if you're wondering what the stiff square thing is....

2  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / "Stenciled" Wall Hanging Housewarming Gift on: September 15, 2007 05:48:26 AM
I just started stenciling about a week ago. I'm using freezer paper and did a few from stencilry.org just to try. I was planning on getting a copy of Photoshop so that I could start making my own but read somewhere that you can make them in WPs so I tried it and voila! It worked! And it was easy......
Anyway, I took a photograph that I took last summer and made a stencil from it. I always read people posting in threads about how they won't cut a stencil that has floating pieces and they bridge everything. This stencil was funny because I don't think you can call it a stencil as every piece almost was floating. Regardless, freezer paper rocks, I smothered the paint on without being careful in the least and the lines are as clean as anything. My camera sucks. I swear the pictures don't do it justice. Oh and the the whole thing is on about a 2 feet by 1 1/2 foot frame that I made and stretched fabric over with a staple gun.   




I wish I had a better camera.....
3  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Funny Cross Stitch (language may be found offensive) on: August 29, 2007 08:31:09 AM
This is my first attempt at cross stitching and my first craftster post. I got the idea to make this for a guy friend and just pretty much winged it as you can probably tell my made-up makeshift "border"

Anyway, I think he liked it.
Tried to post this yesterday and it appeared to have posted and then didn't show up. Not sure what I'm doing wrong....
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