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duckiedarling
« on: September 26, 2007 12:02:12 AM »

One of my clubs, Students for Social Change, is planning on silk screening (or something like it) t-shirts on the quad (a glorified piece of grass on campus), but we're running into loads of problems.

We go to school in a small town with no craft store. Wal-Mart is the main source for most things, but we're avoiding Wal-Mart because it doesn't do a whole lot for social change. (We couldn't even find Mod Podge anywhere, much less any sort of fabric paint.) So we're at a dead end. We have old curtains that we can use for screens and huge embroidery hoops for the frames, but we need the emulsion stuff and the paint. If anyone has any ideas (if stencilling would be easier, we're open to suggestions) I would LOVE to hear them! Changing the world is hard!

Thanks so much!
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AquaNetRocker
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2007 05:56:19 PM »

 .. Is online shopping not an option?
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duckiedarling
« Reply #2 on: September 26, 2007 07:10:33 PM »

It is, but we need shipping to be timely and if things don't work, we can't just stop by the store to get a refund and/or a better product. We've been hearing various ways of doing it from people. I've done it with the mod podge before, but someone said it might be too messy and a pain if we wanted to do it several times over.
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