Sunday, August 17, 2014

Rad T-Shirt Stenciling

We went a little crazy with t-shirt stenciling on a rainy day. Each stencil was hand drawn and then hand cut out of freezer paper (with a dull, rusting exacto knife), ironed on, and then painted with acrylic paint (it works just is a little crispier).
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Scarlett making a rad heart diagram t-shirt (which are her thing) and one with a daisy on the sleeve.
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Dull blades—how fun
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2 of my cut stencils.
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Painting—my favorite part
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My house stencils & Scarlett’s incredible tree shirt.
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Working on concept designs and cutting out stencils while listening to music and eating veggies.
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Awesome postcard-sized, major-detailed stencil made by Paris.
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Awesome, modern, hip shirt my little sister Grace made.
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So many little details cut out.
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Our first batch of t-shirts, Paris, camera landscape shirt, Scarlett's heart shirt, Grace’s arrow shirt, my house shirt.
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abstract triangle tee I made.
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The work table. All day and night being used.
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Random crazy tee I made with a  bunch of crazy things. It’s mostly my favorite.
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All the tees I made. It was quite a successful endeavor.

3 comments:

  1. Wow! Those are amazing:) Good work. I want to go make some now too LOL.
    -Kat

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  2. Love, you girls are so talented. I can picture all of you working hard all the day long, and Gram just refilling that little snack plate with healthy snacks to keep you going. ;)

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  3. You all worked so long and hard, guess it pays to have rain once in a while :)

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