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sarah.g.vollmer
« on: November 22, 2009 12:33:36 PM »

I was reading Nylon's October issue and they had an artical on printed jeans. I'm getting ready to take a pair of skinny jeans I've had for a while and redo them. I'm bleaching them right now and I'm trying to come up with a brilliant idea for a print to put on them after.
Zebra print? A Chick with a mohawk? Lace?
Has anyone tried making their own yet?
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« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2009 12:14:16 PM »

I was reading Nylon's October issue and they had an artical on printed jeans. I'm getting ready to take a pair of skinny jeans I've had for a while and redo them. I'm bleaching them right now and I'm trying to come up with a brilliant idea for a print to put on them after.
Zebra print? A Chick with a mohawk? Lace?
Has anyone tried making their own yet?

Hi I have done a similar thing in the past, I had this really good idea for a print using peoples faces like nelson mandela,chaygavvara etc but I guess you could think of some well known women or use a theme like most successful women and try and blend them into each other. I hope that makes sense basically you have a few prints and try to combine them but so its like an optical illusion.
hope this helps I feel like such an  novice compared to you guys on here, but I feel inspired by the whole thing.
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« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2009 06:53:45 PM »

Dude, those damask ones are beyond gorgeous.  I'd go by how much experience you have.  Have you stenciled anything like this before?  Ever done a repeating pattern?  And what's your personal taste?  Zebra print would be awesome, but I know I wouldn't wear something like that.  It might be right up your alley, though!  Tattoo designs would be really cool, too.
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