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


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.


  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.

  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.

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

    It's awesome btw!

  4. Wow, great job on your shirt!

  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.

  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