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ShannonMN
« on: December 16, 2012 06:32:22 PM »

I recently made a few t-shirts for my sister. She's an actress and loves the movie, Goonies.

First of all, a Goonies t-shirt. I used reverse applique with a black t-shirt and white knit fabric.



Second, a white floral t-shirt inspired by The Pleated Poppy Blog. Here's the direct link to the tutorial. http://thepleatedpoppy.com/2009/11/gettin-crafty/



And last, but definitely not least - a Theater Hierarchy t-shirt inspired by an episode of Family Guy, called "From Method to Madness." This t-shirt was painted using freezer paper stencils. For some reason my stencil wouldn't remain adhered to the t-shirt as well as in the past and so the paint smudged a little and it gave a bit of a true stencil effect.



Thanks for looking!
~Shannon
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« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2012 12:25:57 PM »

I love the floral one, that must have been masses of work.
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