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on: June 21, 2009 01:01:39 PM 
Started by ofenjen, Message by okidoki
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So, thanks for putting the stencil up!  Cheesy I had plans to make a jacket for my friend's birthday present for the longest time (coughcoughsixmonthsagohackwheeze) and I just finished last night! And I wanted to share since it was your idea that inspired me! Smiley

The front came out waaay messier than I had wanted it to, but this is my first time stenciling, so, let's chalk all the weird white spots up to beginner's errors  Wink I put a little sparkly apple up there too :]


Then on the back, a little glittery red apple in the corner (a la book 1/the front of the jacket)! Smiley And I outlined the stencil a little with white glitter as well.


Then I put little stars on the hood with silver glitter paint...what can I say, my friend is really into shiny things?


But mostly, just wanted to say thanks for sharing your stencil! Cheesy
 
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on: June 21, 2008 02:12:03 PM 
Started by ofenjen, Message by ofenjen
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So, I saw the Cullen crest in this article about the Twilight movie and my first thought was that it would make a fantastic stencil.

And so it did!

I used red Lumiere paint on a white baby doll t-shirt.  I think it would look amazing on a red t-shirt with black paint, but as I didn't have a red shirt, and was in the stenciling mood, I used what I had.

The paint is still a bit wet in the photo, which you can see from the few little splotches.  I used freezer paper for my stencil, which is my favorite method.  It worked beautifully, but some of the pieces were so fine that it was trashed after I peeled it off.

The stencil is here for anyone that might like it.  I had to take some artistic license with it, but I'm still really happy with the way it turned out.  I hope you like it!

 
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