This week, I’ve put together an instructional pdf for three different ways to make t-shirt designs.
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This is what my bunny-vader t-shirt design looked like before rinsing and after!
I really want to see the shirts that you design! Make sure if you make your own t-shirt designs that you upload them to the flickr craft pool!
12 thoughts on “Weekend Projects: DIY T-shirt Designs”
iron-on velvet flocking rules!
cut out your own shapes with velvet flocking sheets
Another way to do this is with bleach gel pens, they’re a little messy but I’m sure there’s a way to control it. I’ve done some stuff on clothing with them and it comes out quite cool.
I know, I love the velvet flocking. Definitly check out Spreadshirt.com – they let you make all sorts of t-shirts and they have the flocking in tons of colors. their blog is funny too http://blog.spreadshirt.com
GoodStorm.com lets you put your designs on t-shirts. High-quality digital printing on heavyweight t-shirts at the lowest base prices. Setup your own online store, or try out the new holiday t-shirt creator. All you need is a good idea. Enjoy!
I’ve heard about that t-shirt ecard on http://tcritic.com/ cool concept.
Hello Everyone, I’m trying to get info on where to buy good quality shirts, I’m trying to make my own business and I’m getting all the info I can, compare prices, etc. I’m also interested in expos in the California Area, so I can learn more about screen printing and Networking as well. any info is well aprecciate it.
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