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« on: August 05, 2009 09:06:53 PM »

So my mom bought herself a Yudu machine for her birthday. To date, she hasn't actually screened anything—but we've coordinated on some cool stuff. AKA she buys the stuff, I'll do the work, voila, some silkscreened awesomeness.


^That's my favorite of the shirts we made... I mixed fuschia and gunmetal to get the silvery magenta. It marbled a littler, which I should have been expecting but wasn't, but I think it turned out cool, even though I didn't get all the details right on the head.


Same design, but in silver for my sis. We did four of these total, but these are my favorite two.


Long story short: at competitions every year, my sisters and I get mixed up and mistaken for each other. ALL. THE. TIME. It doesn't help that we pretend to be each other. Smiley Although we're not the same age and don't even look alike. But since everyone at competition knows us, we thought this would be a fun inside joke. We made three total in different colors, but I didn't have them to take pictures of.

Thanks for looking!
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« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2009 12:33:09 AM »

Good job on the shirts! I especially like the Who Am I? shirt. That is really funny and cute.
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