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« on: December 08, 2005 07:59:12 AM »

Hi.  This is my first official posting of a project other than a craft challenge--its also my very first stenciling project.  A little background info:  My uncle is a wanna be rock star, he has a few bands that he plays drums in, and he goes by the name of Bad Ronald (yes this is a grown man of 42 who acts like a 22 year old hee hee).

Here's my shirt I made him.  It was supposed to be for Christmas, but I got so excited about it I had to give it to him early.  He went nuts!

The shirt:

Close up of the detail: (here you can see my messiness! eek)

I found a font called "rockstar" on the web and the stencil was based largely on one of the pictures in the font.  I had wrote the "Bad Ronald" and "Rock Star"  I printed it on normal paper becuase i had no card stock.  I put the paper and a piece of heavier paper that was part of a piece of junk mail together and put clear contact paper over both sides to laminate them and cut the stencil out.

Hope you like!

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« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2005 08:02:42 AM »

Very sorry guys I think this belongs in the stencil board   Embarrassed    Now that I posted it I dont know how to move it.  So sorry.  Please forgive me  Kiss


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« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2005 08:06:41 AM »

Rock on, Bad Ronald!

Great job...god he must have gone insane over it...it's really cool. That's a really special gift. You are now officially his favorite niece of all time, I'm sure. I love the arm detail! Did you use speedball ink/paint, acrylics, or spray paint?
« Reply #3 on: December 17, 2005 08:32:14 PM »

Hey ... back during the server melt down i actually replied to your post.  Sorry I didn't notice until now that it got eaten by the server monster  Shocked

I used Jacquard Textile paint.  I had some fabric paint laying around that my mom gave me but its the kind that you dint iron.  Everything I read on craftster used textile or acrylic with textile medium, so I went with my textile paints.

I am the favorite... i was here first!  Squatters rights ya know  Grin

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