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1  Re: The Candy/Sweets Swap Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by colorfigment on: September 13, 2008 01:55:19 PM
Hee! I'm really glad you enjoyed your package. The shirts are actually stenciled, and I'm happy the designs worked for you.

Here's a picture I have of the candy box. I was covered in glitter by the end of that:

Getting a decent picture of that thing was impossible!
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2  Dangerous Sugar! T-shirts in Stenciling: Completed Projects by colorfigment on: September 13, 2008 11:47:04 AM
My partner received her package for the Candy/Sweet swap, so I thought I'd post some pictures of part of what I made her:

For ice cream! I thought it was funny, but I'll admit my sense of humor is a little wacked. I drew that little guy and knew he'd make a great t-shirt.

The cupcake stencil is actually from a shrinky-dink necklace I found somewhere online. And I'm in love with that gold fabric paint; it holds up really well in the wash, too.
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3  Re: The Candy/Sweets Swap Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by colorfigment on: August 20, 2008 04:44:03 PM
Hi everyone! So I got home today and discovered my package from crazy wazy had arrived in the mail. Check out my lovely goodies!

Everything together! I received: a gorgeous bag (the pear and apple fabric is adorable!), three sets of yummy earrings, a cupcake pincushion, the cutest little photo holder, and candy! Yum! Those coconut almond candies are AMAZING.

A close-up of the earrings. They all look good enough to eat (especially the truffles). Smiley

The pincushion (my first!) and photo holder.

And a final shot of the bag. Isn't it beautiful?

Thank you crazy wazy! I love everything!
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4  'Nothing Nice to Say' Webcomic in Stenciling: Completed Projects by colorfigment on: July 13, 2008 12:18:27 PM
My friend is a huge fan of Mitch Clem's webcomic 'Nothing Nice to Say,' so for her birthday I decided to stencil her a shirt.

Fletcher, one of the main characters, wears a generic 'BAND' shirt.

It's not actually crooked, I swear. It's just the way the shirt's laying.

But I thought that looked a little too plain, so I stenciled a panel from the comic on the back:

Here's the original comic: http://www.mitchclem.com/nothingnice/407/

Any other NN2S fans out there?
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5  Harry Potter & Riot Grrrl Shirts in Stenciling: Completed Projects by colorfigment on: July 22, 2007 10:48:08 PM
I have an immense love for all things Harry Potter, so I hopped on the bandwagon and made my own version of the ever-popular "Weasley is Our King" shirt.

I snagged the crown stencil (and idea) from claypulsive's earlier post (https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=21275.0) and the Harry Potter fonts (Lumos and Harry P) from dafont.com. It was my first time using metallic fabric paint, and I think it turned out pretty well. I'll have to see how it holds up in the wash, though. Oh, and the movie was pretty brilliant too, yeah? Smiley

Close up!

This shirt was for a friend's birthday and is a stencil of Bikini Kill's album cover for "The Singles". Those little bridges took FOREVER.

And another close up.

Thanks for looking! Cheesy
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6  Ted Leo Hoodie in Stenciling: Completed Projects by colorfigment on: March 15, 2007 11:48:29 AM
A stenciled Ted Leo hoodie, in celebration of his new album coming out later this month. Who else is excited? Cheesy

Made with Speedball Screen Printing Ink and (my love!) the ever-trusty freezer paper.

Other views and links because Photobucket loves to resize pictures.

Thanks for looking!
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7  Pirate Girl and Ska Stencils in Stenciling: Completed Projects by colorfigment on: August 08, 2006 09:48:00 AM
I've been stenciling for a few months now, but these are the first completed projects I've posted to Craftster.

The pirate girl shirt I made for my friend and I for the opening night of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. Made from a (slightly modified) Kurt Hasely stencil found on Stencilry and the tried-and-true freezer paper method.



Sorry for the slight glow!

And since I still sometimes get flack for being a ska kid in high school, a shirt I made in retaliation:

Long live ska!  Grin

Questions? Comments?

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8  Black & White Decoupaged Name Box in Completed Projects by colorfigment on: August 06, 2006 06:46:08 PM
First time poster! This was just a little rainy day, weekend project. Simple, unfinished wood box from AC Moore which I sanded, painted, and decoupaged with various magazine cutouts. The hardest part was finding only black and white pictures!

Front View:

Sorry about the glare!

Side View:

And yes, those are my notes from the documentary "Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room" Cheesy.

I recently completed another name box for my friend's birthday. I'll have to post it as soon as I remember to take the pictures.

Thoughts? Comments?
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