Thursday, May 6, 2010

TB Tee

I discovered a cacher over the weekend! He was his very own travel bug.

I've seen these shirts online, but this is the first time I've encountered one. I loved it so much, I decided to make one for myself!

TB Shirt TB Shirt

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It's blue with sliver paint and it's not perfect (I got excited and started to pull off the freezer paper too early) ....but I really like how it turned out. I have TB tag laying around here, so I will use those numbers. I've been trying to find something to do with it anyway. I just need to add the numbers and probably my caching name too and I'll be done! ;-P

PS. Here is a tutorial I did about doing a freezer paper shirt.

7 comments:

  1. In Czech Republic, I discovered a car that was TB. It was a surprise for me and I was very pleased.
    Congratulations to the discovery and production of custom shirts.

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  2. Vizdalka, that's awesome! I have a magnet on my car, which turns it into a travel bug too! Ive never seen another one... just at events.

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  3. XXL - White on a prewashed T = a great Mother's Day gift

    It's awesome btw!

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  4. Wow, great job on your shirt!

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  5. I created one for the Ducky-Mobile.
    Used our photo logo to make a computer line drawing of our logo. Added some flair and some words. Used numbers from an unassigned TB tag and now the Ducky-Mobile is a traveling ducky in more ways than one.

    I debated using the TB symbol, but decided I wanted our T-D symbol instead.

    Love the work on the shirt, though.

    Next time we get custom hats, I'm going to make them into TBs.

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  6. love it :)

    I have made a few stencilled t shirts, but I usually cut my stencils in plastic and pounce the fabric paint through.

    I'll have to try and get some freezer paper (not so easy in the UK)- you get such nice clean lines

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