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« on: January 10, 2010 04:07:11 PM »

Hi all,

I want to recreate a t-shirt my boyfriend had when he was a kid as his (delayed obviously) christmas present!  What is the best method of getting this image http://www.the-isb.com/images/Snorlax.jpg onto a soft medium blue colored t-shirt?  I have fabric paint from utrecht that can be used for screenprinting, and I was thinking of either stenciling/ghetto screenprinting the black outline on and painting the color in by hand, ironing on the black outline with iron transfer printer paper and painting in the color by hand or just doing the whole thing iron-on in color, but which method will look best on a non-white tee??

Also a side note, is there some funny saying i can iron on or print on the tee under the picture?  I feel like it needs something else but I can't think of anything!  I want to make fun of his obsession but i still want him to wear it even though hes a college student and not 8 any more!

Thanks so much!
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« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2010 10:47:06 AM »

Can't help you on the medium thing...but how about "Snorlax:  Sleeping and eating is always in style?"

Love snorlax.  Think I'd go carve a stamp with that image on it now.
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